There are essential oils made from traditional herbs. The herbs have been used for centuries to prevent illness associated with food – and are used to this day, in less developed countries, hence their use as spices. By combining them we get an antiparasite, antibacterial, even antiviral effect. All of these invaders enter with food, and can be conquered with food, namely spices.
- 1 tsp. peppermint oil
- 1 tsp. clove oil
- 1/2 tsp. white thyme oil
- 1 tsp. coriander oil
- 1tsp. nutmeg oil
- 1 tsp. fennel oil
- 1/2 cup maple syrup, boiled
Mix in glass bottle with enough room to shake. SHAKE VERY WELL before use to prevent separation of oil. If you don’t, the bottom portion will not have potency.
The dose is 1/4 tsp. 2 times daily. Measure accurately. Do not mix with water. Tip the spoon at the back of the tongue and swallow quickly. Chase with a bit of bread until you are used to it. For children: 1/8 tsp. once a day.
- 1 tsp. whole cloves
- 1 tsp. coriander seed
- 1 tsp. cardamom, ground
- 1 tsp. fennel seed, ground
- 1 tsp. whole barley
- 1 tsp. anise, ground
- 1 tsp. turmeric powder
- 3/4 tsp. nutmeg, ground
- 2 1/2 cups of water
Add all the ingredients to water in a non-metal saucepan and simmer 20 minutes. Strain one cupful through a plastic strainer and return the solids to the saucepan; refrigerate.
Add a safe sweetening to the cup of tea. Sip over 1 to 2 hours. This is one day’s portion. Do not drink more than one cap daily. Next day strain another cupful and sip as before, hot or cold.
Next day, add a cup of water to the sauce pan and reboil for 5 minutes to yield a third cup of tea. Finally, you may eat the solids, one-half portion in one-day.
This tea replaces same spices taken as spice syrup. You may add other supplements or hide spices in this tea. This tea kills a variety of parasites, bacteria and viruses. It can also activate the liver to produce a green bowel movement. Even “gallstones” may appear.
Six Fresh Seeds
- 6 large apricots OR 6 peaches OR nectarines (in order of effectiveness)
After two hot washes, remove the pits, saving the fruit to cook thoroughly for other uses.
To crack open pits: find a rock or piece of cement brick. Slide it into a zippered plastic bag. Position it in your sink over the drain. Or, if you are near a cement sidewalk, slip the 6 pits into a double zippered plastic bag. Procure a heavy hammer. After cracking the pits, remove the seeds and place in grinder. If you are very sick choose the larger seeds, at least the size of your thumbnail. Adding the following is optional:
- 1/4 tsp. Nutmeg
- 1/4 tsp. ground barley
- 3 tsp. shredded coconut or flakes
Grind 1 tbsp. whole barley first for 4 seconds (only) in coffee grinder and store in freezer. Grind all ingredients together for 3 seconds only. Eat it all within one hour. The raw barley provides the drying effect that keeps fresh seeds from clogging the grinder and brings organic manganese.
It may be thought that amygdalin or “laetrile” is the active ingredient, but there is no evidence for this. Clinical trials got stalled decades ago after finding it promising against cancer. Amygdalin keeps its potency but the active ingredient in this recipe does not.
Apricot kernels in health food stores have lost their potency, in spite of refrigeration, so you must prepare your own. Do not crack these pits ahead of time nor store seeds, although you may store pits. The Syncrometer finds that the active ingredient is already a part of our metabolism, somewhat like a vitamin, and in similarly small amounts. It is not yet identified, chemically. Sick organs have none. The correct amount is essential for us but large amounts are toxic, somewhat like trace elements and hormones. I have not seen any side-effects. Nevertheless, do not take more. Six Fresh Seeds can single handedly kill SV 40, Fasciolopsis buski, the tumor nucleus, and prions, as well as destroy many phenolics.
The dose is one set of 6 kernels daily for 5 days; then take 5 days off and repeat the cycle till you are much better.
Note: Only the apricot kernels are essential, you may grind by pounding. See old warning on page 248.