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DR. OTOMAN ZAR-ADUSHT HANISH
SCIENCE OF DIETETICS
A COURSE OF 14 LESSONS
EDITION HEAVEN ON EARTH
DR. O. Z. A. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS »
Dr. O.Z.A. Ha'nish
Founder of the international and interdenominational Mazdaznan-Movement
First Edition, 1914 (British) Second Edition, 1935 (Abridged) Third Edition, 1944 (Revised) By The British Mazdaznan Association Langham House, 308 Regent Street, London. W. 1
DR. O. Z. A. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS »
A MAZDAZNAN is one who has attained mastery over self and is therefore able to direct his thought into creative channels assuring success in all his undertakings. - Master.
I: II: III: IV: V: VI: VII: VIII: IX: X: XI: XII: XIII: XIV: XV: XVI: XVII: XVIII: XIX: XX: XXI: XXII: XXIII: XXIV: XXV: General Principles Dairy Foods Fertilizers: Pulses and Mushrooms Grains: Cereals: Nuts Vegetables & Edible Plants: Savouries: Salads: Soups: Stews Alphabetical List of Vegetables Fruits: Their Virtue and Use: Citrus Fruits Alphabetical List of Fruits Medication of Foods and the Medicinal Value of Herbs The Efficacy of Fasting: Lenten Season Beverages Gland Foods: Cultures Nutrition: Childhood to Maturity Monthly Season Hints Food Combinations at a Glance Inharmonious Food Combinations Recipes Specimen Menus Days of Remembrance: Hallowe'en Pottage Thou Shalt Not Kill The Art of Healing Selective Dietary Horticultural Hints Mazdaznan Remedies Glossary
HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » INTRODUCTION THE Mazdayaznian Science and Philosophy of Life has come down the ages from the dim and distant past. likewise the governing power which has controlled the entire world from the earliest dawn of creation. understanding. knowledge. like watchmen upon the high towers. Now I can see how man may be capable and able to delve into the depth and the height of things without being conversant with the theories of the academic world. known as the Spirit of the Times. The Avestan Philosophy is the oldest known in the history of the world. a task which occupied about ten years. gave expression to this ancient Avestan Philosophy in the form of dialogue. O. which has inspired all the great founders of religions and cultural movements down the ages and which he imbued with the three great precepts: Good Thought. As a result the Zarathushtrian Philosophy permeated into the western hemisphere. Z. propounded this ancient Avestan Philosophy. Now I can see how it is possible for me to become enlightened by the spirit of Higher Intelligence. keeping guard over their trust. A. where from the lofty mountain peaks they could cast their ever-searching eyes over the tideless sea of space into the farthest corners of the earth.000 years before Plato. into whose keeping was entrusted the earth and all that appertains to it. Good Word. To these philosophers. the great German scientist. These eminent philosophers lived apart and remote from so-called civilization. Avestan philosophers are as old as is the philosophy which they represent. through which divine order was established. said: " Now I understand the relation of planet to planet. Ernst Haeckel. psalm." Flammarion. In the year 1754 Anquetil Duperron. because they are all in this book. the modus operandi. wisdom. song and aphorism. said: "Had I this book forty years ago it would have saved me many years of arduous labour and research trying to prove evolutionary facts.COM . who lived some 9. presented to the world by Great Teachers in a manner best suited to their day and generation. the Mother unto the White Race. the noted French astronomer. studying the Zarathushtrian Philosophy with the Parsee priests. Otoman Zar-Adusht Ha'nish for making available some of these gems of wisdom under the title of The Pearls of Ainyahita. AINYAHITA Ainyahita. visited Persia and India and remained out East for seven years. Good Deed. The western world is indebted to Dr. scientist." ZARATHUSHTRA Zarathushtra. The teachings of Zarathushtra were comprised in the various books of the Zend-Avesta. in acknowledging acceptance of a copy in the year 1913. was given the supervision of all things. in his day. the controlling hand that guides the stupendous momentum which governs the multitudinous operations throughout all planes of being. like the sun shedding its light on all the world. after having read some of the Pearls of Ainyahita. It is a solution to my Riddle of the Universe. of which few only remain. they formed the nucleus of light and power. From this centre of intelligence has emanated the light. Dr. older than the white race. 4 WWW. order.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. they came from the beginning. He returned to Europe from Surat in India in 1762 and commenced the translation of the available records. the renowned philosopher.DR. of intelligence. the French orientalist. the governing powers – law. reformer and horticulturist.
separated from God. it can come only to those who lay all upon the altar unreservedly. to them we owe the great blessings of all that we enjoy here and now. until to-day wefind that this present civilization carries with it the crowning glory of all the preceding ones. when time will have accomplished its destiny. A. sages. O Lord. is. nevertheless. however remote from truth mankind may have drifted. begs God to hear and answer prayer: From pain and sorrow. nor has it entered into the mind of man to conceive. he bows his weary knees in supplication. through blighting. JESUS This culminating epoch has been the theme of poets and singers for ages past. like distant receding waves. From bondage of the flesh. he drank life's bitter cup. sociology and religion in the world to-day is due to. Freedom is man's long-lost heritage. Like the tides of the ocean.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. having fulfilled the object of its great purpose. chained and fettered by the material demands. It comes at last. has pierced the density of space. as a merited reward for faithful service rendered while making the weary pilgrimage through the long and dreary night-time of Egyptian darkness where. philosophy. again receding with the weight of the undercurrent. And dominion of matter impart release. This centre of light and power. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » To these trusted guardians we are indebted for the privileges and advantages of to-day. wandering amid snares and pitfalls.COM . have foretold of the coming of this day of days. masters. and yet freedom can only be experienced. It has borne us our saviours. shall be revealed to you. It is the day of culmination. but Thine. man trudged through hot and blistering sands. still holds and binds the individual. We stand to-day on the pinnacle of the greatest revolutionary wave that has ever come into manifestation. prophets. like the sun. perchance. and has penetrated with its powerful rays the uttermost circumference of the outermost spheres of manifestation. bewildered and alone." In reality the initiate does say these words. and though at this time man but faintly reveals principle as expressed by these Royal Pioneers of the Ancient of Days. veiled and unconscious. priests and kings. it has given rise to civilization upon civilization. the soul and the spirit are free. the hour in which man may choose his freedomfreedom is his for the asking. the Avestan Philosophy. Through wilderness and desert. still this fading current of to-day. poets. These cyclic waves mark the creative days of the world's evolution. Saviours. they came sweeping the world onward and upward. and has been re-voiced by Our Saviour in those memorable and prophetic words: "What eyes have never seen and what ears have never heard. only to gather greater momentum to launch still higher the oncoming waves. They constitute the Royal Family of God on earth – the Royal Ancestry of Ancient of Days. faint with agony and despair. until at last. 5 WWW. be done. Z. And whatever there is of science. but will he ask for it? Will he have the strength and the power to reach out and grasp the long-wished-for prize? He may have it without money and without price. prophets." The Avestan Philosophy has led the intellectual armies of the world forward through all the development of the human race. and have pointed with their index finger to the dial of eternity's great clock directing its hand to this closing hour of this culminating day. and has had its origin in. O. but the mind. related to the centre' that once gave it birth. dual in its operations.DR. and in resignation and complete renunciation be able to say with Him: " Not my will. O give surcease. cutting winds and scorching suns. until to-day we stand in the hour of culmina tion.
Particular attention must be given to the rhythm of the breath. Z. happiness and success. A. needs to confine itself to Nature and Nature's Laws. revealing a state of mental poise hitherto undreamt of. they assure health. behaviour and the exercise of individual rights. soul and spirit. Dietetics. (b) Philosophy. worthily followed in the footsteps of the Great Ones who preceded him. the heart beat becomes regular and a better circulation is established. proven by facts undeniable and harmonious with the planetary and universal laws. to be such. Mazdaznan declares that: (a) Religion. showing by means of self-respect. proving by virtue of corresponding relation between the objects of life the manifestation o f variety as a means to an end. considering the processes of creation and evolution as ever changing. Rhythmic Breathing. for they enable one to know intuitively what kind of nutriment the body needs to sustain and keep it free from disease. and Glandular Exercises to the accompaniment of music and song complete the triune principle of the daily walks of life. If rightly understood and scientifically applied. the possibility of union and harmony in the blending of individual complexity unto altruistic collectivity. but never ending. are able to make their demands known to the mind.COM . DIETETICS The principles of Dietetics expounded in this volume are of value only when applied in conjunction with the other fundamentals of the Mazdaznan Science and Philosophy of Life. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » HA'NISH Dr. through the sympathetic nervous system. (c) Science. Light and Love.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The vital functions of the body are thus brought under the control of the dynamic action with a corresponding balancement of nerve force and brain action. In this connection the whole organism responds more readily as to impressions from within and from without. right conduct. (d) Sociology is to meet the requirements of time. the power of memory appreciably improves. and being also much better able to register such impressions on the mind. The Mazdaznan Science and Philosophy of Life informs man how he may unfold and develop his true individuality by calling out his higher nature and thus unfold naturally the attributes. for the final redemption of man from the dual aspect of life lost in classconsciousness.DR. talents and endowments held within his being-that of body. the only Source of Life. Ha'nish moulded this wonderful philosophy into a practical Science of Daily Life. must prove by virtue of daily exercise the immanent knowledge. phase and place. unconditionally and freely imparted. Personal Diagnosis. to be of any value to the individual. So it is that the organic intelligences of the body. mind. must deal with questions of vital importance. 6 WWW. meeting the requirements of time. the combined intelligences of the cells and organs will call for just the right kind of food to uphold vital functions. The whole of his long life was dedicated to the dissemination of the self-same Avestan Mazdayaznian Philosophy under the name of Mazdaznan. revealing the tic that binds finite Man to Infinite God. Eugenics and Gland Therapy. Dietetics. MAZDAZNAN Dr. O. Otoman Zar-Adusht Ha'nish. born in the year 1844. embracing the five great fundamental principles: Breath Culture. When the inhalation and exhalation are of equal length. recognizing perfection in every sphere. to be of benefit to humanity.
Both substances are supplied through salines formed from food and directed by the power of the spirit gained in breath and breathing. Leucocytes are carriers of salines. Therefore. The only true ultimate guide in food selection is a sense of intuition equally developed with all sense tendencies and corresponding to the consciousness of mind. magnesium. and. secretion of the glands. etherealizing the hormones toward charging the blood and vitalizing the nerves. it becomes a matter of observing a few simple rules and classifications. A. seven volatiles. Instead of eating to appease and please appetites. sulphur. If one lacks distribution of etherealized substance one is not capable of an original idea.DR. the blood must contain these elements in balanced proportions. re-quicken. These elements are emptied into the blood stream.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. the diet problem is solved. are able to register these impressions on the brain. fluorine. Therefrom are created the saline 7 WWW. SCIENCE OF DIETETICS CHAPTER I: GENERAL PRINCIPLES The body is comprised of sixteen elements: oxygen. the other feeding the tissues. silicon. VITAMINS Vitamins are the procreative forces in a process of assimilation. phosphorus. in order to keep the body in a state of health and immune from disease. yet oneself uses no intelligence. sodium. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » while the sensory nerves. adjust and harmonize all intelligences within and without. recharging weakened or starved tissues. chlorine. Gradually one begins to awaken. attention should be directed to the selection of food and drink conducive to the formation of vitamins and leucocytes. assisting the circulatory system in general. manganese. nitrogen. iron. and what is needed is food so compounded that it will readily give up its saline properties in order that it may renew. These elements are a vital necessity. O. receiving their impressions from without. separating. One merely has memory. elimination of the poisons from the blood stream and the waste matter from the system. in order that the body may be able to perform its physiological functions of digestion and assimilation. calcium. As development proceeds. potassium. Through the process of mixing. one becomes physically depleted and the mentality does not develop. carbon. and iodine. etc. potencies are brought about which become stored up in the glands. The glands require to be persuaded to part with these potencies in order to increase the functional operation on the part of the bodily organs. inasmuch as through the blood they are conveyed to all parts of the body to perform their particular function.. In the food partaken of are found twelve bio-chemic salts. the one sustaining cell life. and extend the operations of cellular life. hydrogen. if held back.COM . soul and spirit. SALINE SUBSTANCES The saline substances contained in food are the only medium that holds life to the body. and three acids. making the individual application. Z.
In the words of Plutarch: "The body should sit light and easy around the soul. Appetite is a disease of the mind. Adults need very little of the body-building or nourishing kinds of food. which is the spirit essence thereof. phosphates to the brain. Food should be assigned to its proper place and cells. By this rejuvenation of the brain cells rebirth takes place. A. as it not only stimulates the salivary glands and induces them to yield their precious substances." The proper selection of food is possible only to the one who is free from appetite and guided by intuition. the more varied the mental attitude. It. becoming converted and re-converted or transmuted at last into ethereal substance. while hunger is an organic necessity. but enables the aroma of the food. that which passes through the digestive system upholds the physical organism. Then. mastication. of which little is required. whilst strength and vitality depend upon the organic action set into operation by the compounds absorbed from the elementary domain through the power of breath. and while doing so contemplating upon every move through the process of mastication. All liquids to be drawn between the teeth and turned in the mouth several times before swallowing. and lastly through etherealization it enters the glandular system. Food furnishes only the soil substances necessary for the formation of cell tissue. is this substance created by salines which the ether makes use of. less food serves to satisfy the appetite. the more the functions of the body are under control. Imperfect assimilation indicates that rhythmic breathing is not being practiced in a systematic manner. Z. and what is consumed will be more perfectly digested and assimilated. even renewing the dormant brain cells. To effectively supply salines 8 WWW. he alone is able to determine the kind of food conducive to health. so as to cast no burden upon the various organs of the body-relieving the circulatory. O. One should partake of food only when hungry.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. passing it through the cellular side. healing to the body and soothing to the mind. the less food one craves. Nutrition is intended to supply saline substances necessary for re-enforcement of cell life. to animate and energize the cells to renewed activity and expansion. entertaining ideas of the highest possible nature appertaining to food value. It is here that one reaches the stage where all things come to one freely and without effort. but the assimilation thereof and its proper direction by intelligence arising from controlled breath. It is breath which supplies the system with the elements required for the perpetuation of the organism and the action of thought through the generation of electric fluids upholds the system. Partaking of little food.COM . it should be of a kind that can be easily digested and assimilated. thus reviving and renewing the glands. and nitrates to the spirit. carbons to the muscle. It is not the amount of food consumed which ensures the substances necessary to perpetuate the building of tissue. quickening the circulation and nerves. On attaining maturity the system demands more of the natural tonics and eliminators to ensure a state of well-being. In selecting food. The more rhythmic the breathing. the less food will be required. will call out the life substance or the spirit essences of the food. All solids should be masticated and insalivated until tasteless. RHYTHMIC BREATHING The importance of rhythmic breathing in the attainment arid maintenance of health cannot be over-estimated. MASTICATION Thorough mastication of food is essential. to enter the system through the soft palate and so sustain the spiritual propensities. The more studious one becomes. transmuting them into remedial agents.DR. insalivation and assimilation. keeping in mind the task in hand. nervous and glandular systems of all tension. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » substances which are carried and distributed. for appetite is a disease of the mind and should be curbed.
thus assisting the weakened energies to resume their work in their cellular composition. Bean (string).DR. then salivate. create ferments in the digestive organs. etc. Z. as the greater will be the benefit to be derived therefrom. should be the rule. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » one needs first of all to masticate well the food partaken of. cabbage. digestion and assimilationn of the remedial properties of nutrition. Meals should be partaken of under happy conditions and in quietude. Good Thought adds appreciably to the mastication. and in a fresh state. they will then cook in their own juices. season to taste. Artistic dishes.COM . PREPARATION OF VEGETABLES All vegetables not used in their raw state should be cooked. but without haste. so that those who partake thereof may derive the maximum amount of benefit therefrom. happiness aids digestion and assimilation.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. while heart and mind were filled with thanksgiving for the gift of all heavenly blessings. sliced or grated. Vegetables immersed in oil and after. where food which has been scientifically combined and so treated becomes digested. appreciation and thankfulness for all the wonderful and exquisite provision made through nature by Infinite Intelligence. All root and tuber vegetables. and. lettuce (head).. The medicinal value of vegetables cooked in water is destroyed. Partial mastication and insalivation of foods rich in carbohydrates. and eventually assimilated. retaining the life substance contained therein. as too many boiled or steamed dishes are inclined to soften the membraneous lining throughout the alimentary canal. avoiding all disagreeable thoughts. besides impairing the delicate membraneous lining. dandelion. A. Haphazard and hasty preparation deranges the digestion of the more highly organized. It is well to remember that whatever can be eaten raw. vitimised. carrot. 9 WWW. consideration and alertness. and the toxins thus engendered eventually result in an over-acid condition of the system. potato. parsley. like beetroot. either conservatively in a casserole on the stove or baked in the oven. Happy thoughts draw the spirit out of the food partaken of. turnip. otherwise baking should be resorted to. and one benefits accordingly. parsnip. The origin of prayers before meals was that they should serve as rhythmic exercises to prepare the digestive organs to receive the food. Asparagus. minerals are deposited in the system. cauliflower and foenucky should stand in boiling water for five minutes. strain and then bake in a small quantity of olive oil or fat. caraway or dill seeds being added thereto. nettle. Cut the vegetables into slices and add a little oil and just enough water to allow the moisture of 'the vegetable to create steam. such as bread and cereals. strained and then baked in a small quantity of olive oil or fat. Those subject to catarrh should avoid boiled and steamed dishes altogether. Prayers are equally appropriate in these days in recognition. Brussels sprout. wards baked develop salts which create the salines – the preservers of cellular life. PREPARATION OF FOOD Food should be prepared in congenial surroundings with love. beautiful surroundings and a contented mind go a long way towards making one happy. especially during the first 15 minutes of the repast. a few anise. should be baked in order to dextrinize their starch content. throwing it against the palate before it passes down the esophagus and into the stomach. spinach. and the leaves of beetroot. celeriac. salsify. It is for this reason that prayers or blessings were advised at meal times so as to promote the power of concentration in order to assist the mind to conduct or control the functional operations of the digestive system. radish and turnip should be scalded. season to taste. and besides rendering them indigestible. O.
Where there is an intake of too many mixtures.e. citrus fruits. thus absorbing the light vibration through and by a process of concentrated action only. Consequently. plum..LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. cereal. The stomach is divided into two compartments --. and the small fruit berries. The walls of the two compartments come forward and attract the constituents of the food imbibed to the appropriate chamber. The pulses are congenial to one another.e. O. Where fruit forms one of the courses of a vegetable meal. supplying the cells with vitality and the power of resisting disease. barley. Ripe fresh fruit contains grape sugar in its most assimilable form. avocado. which is compelled by its nature to mature below the ground. grape. When the combinations are inharmonious the vitamins do not develop in the process of assimilation. but must be observed. grape fruit. peach. The more man advances the more his constitution calls for scientifically prepared dishes.: serve only one starch at a time. and more independent. and so become more conscious. macaroni. i. It is interesting to note the limitation and superstition amongst peoples living almost exclusively on foods like the potato. rice.one deals with the acids which are present mostly in fruits. and. provided that no mushrooms or pulses figure on the menu. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » FOOD COMBINATIONS To attain health and keep it.COM .g. In the measure that food is properly combined the body becomes free from mucous substances and vitamins in the cells are capable of seeking and finding their own. as such a combination interferes with the digestive processes. to prevent disease and eradicate it. the juices of citrus fruits may also figure as an ingredient of a salad dressing in place of vinegar. The combination of egg with cheese is particularly deleterious to digestive well-being. A vegetable may be defined as the product of a plant that matures during the same season in which the seed is sown. A. and the other with the salts and minerals present mainly in vegetables. fermentation arises and results in skin and blood affections. nectarine. more positive. potato. i. melon. it takes an appreciably longer time in the digestive process. The banana. whereas the grape sugar present in vegetables is in the form of starch. Onion combines harmoniously with any of the acidulous fruits. etc. pear. Nevertheless. representing in character the phases of 10 WWW. The juices of sweet orange.DR. also the juice of baked lemon may precede a meal. and therefore easy of digestion. It is a sound general rule to avoid the use of fruits and vegetables together at the same meal... if life is to prove a state of joy.e. although it is transformed to some extent when baked.. e. i. artichoke (Jerusalem). different kinds may be used together. pineapple and the small berries. if fruits are combined with vegetables. SUN RIPENED FOODS As far as possible one should endeavour to live on the foods which ripen in the sun. It is not a question of how delicious the food tastes. which are not only to be known. Z. pineapple and strawberry come within the category of transitories. pineapple. etc. the digestion of the fruit is retarded and fermentation ensues. One root and one tuber vegetable may be combined together. Fruits and vegetables supply the mineral or organic elements which play an important part in nutrition. but how correct and scientific are the combinations. it is well to remember that fresh ripe fruits or their juices should precede and baked fruits should follow the other courses. but not with the stone fruits: cherry. banana. It is not desirable to mix different starches at the same meal. happiness and success. they fall between the two classifications: vegetables and fruits. nature provides a few simple rules. A starch and a pulse also make a correct combination. apple. melon. certain fruits may be partaken of with a vegetable meal by the normally healthy without digestive disharmony.
and just so much must be drawn by the plant from the air as an ethereal compound in order that it may thrive. nuts.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. really a harmony of sound (breath) and colour. O. alkalies. the physical. The spiritually based individual naturally breathes a higher or diaphragmatic breath and sees everything in a bluish colour. eggs and other dairy products. especially when milk or cream is used therewith.. long (spiritual base). spiritual and intellectual propensities of man have been formulated. iron. These heavier foods. and each season brings forth its own kind according to climatic conditions.COM . The intellectually based individual breathes the upper chest lobes breath or brain breath.. which should be eaten sparingly. BASIC PRINCIPLES The basic principles previously alluded to are governed by the degree of activity and development in any part of the brain. Autumn and Winter. The porous system closes up on damp days and the intake of too much liquid places too great a strain upon the system. of its compounds are drawn from the soil. should come from the tropics. which are tissue builders. A. and just so much as it absorbs will it thrive. and in consequence the organs of elimination are overtaxed. The tendency of darkness is that of superstition and limitation. silicon. living upon its products. By these colour vibrations each base readily recognizes its corresponding food through nature's colour variations – red. and is inclined to see things in golden or yellow colours. magnesia. or square (intellectual base). dew and rain. until to-day they are beginning to reach a measure of coordinated polarity. fig. and one should follow each season. Each is due to a certain vibratory activity or rhythm in nature. the abdominal breath and seeing everything tinged with red. are drawn from the air. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » darkness. 'SELECTION OF FOOD ACCORDING TO SEASON Nature provides four seasons: Spring. like the date. Analyze the plant and one finds that sixtyfive per cent. Thus one finds the physically based individual breathing. One should rely more upon the green-leaf vegetables and green salads than on the heavier kinds of food like the pulses. nerves and blood stream to be adequately charged. just so much salt. while thirty-five per cent. just so much moisture. In addition to the observance of the general rules relating to food combination already outlined. water. grow and develop. moisture. The basic foods that nature produces where one lives must be of sixty-five per cent. copper. Remember that damp wet weather calls for hot solid dishes rather than fluids. The application of this principle to one's own being implies that one will grow and thrive well if one keeps within the boundary lines of nature's laws. should be always accompanied by green-leaf vegetables or green salads. and also honey are permissible in small quantities.. etc. likewise so much sunshine. nitrate. Saccharine fruits. During damp cold weather liquids should be taken cold and solid dishes hot in order to aid elimination. etc. potash. minerals. which cannot work it off. blue or yellow and relative tints. Summer.DR. 11 WWW. tendencies and operations. The products of the climate in which one lives are 9easonable for the sustenance of the life principle. Avoid sugar on cereals. as their mixture causes rapid fermentation and produces dyspepsia. Too many fluid dishes are constipating and frequently interfere with regular habits. fog. while thirty-five per cent. it is essential to have regard to individual temperament and basic principles in order to select the food best suited thereto and enable the glands. The unfoldment of the secrets of nature reveals that there is to be just so much percentage of soil compound. and the contour of the head is determined thereby – it being round (physical base). sunshine. Z. During evolutionary processes. especially by those leading a sedentary life. in youth particularly. raisin.
new realms open up according to the promptings of the spirit. By adopting a scientific method of living. The dairy foods. and those of the intellectual type. selecting one's food according to season and individual temperament. In the prognosis of disease. Z. also nuts and oils. and fruits should be also added to the dietary. i. one gains health. indicating that they do not need to eat so much if they breathe deeply enough. another differently based needs in smaller quantities as inclinational food. These problems solved. Dried fruits in moderation are good as they assist elimination. salads. as they contain. these foods should predominate in the dietary. those of the spiritually based with the generative or sex organs. the object is to balance up all three by vibratory action (breath). as they are inclined to create mucous.e. becoming immune from disease and perpetuating and upholding oneself through all adverse conditions. The intellectually based respond to the yellow vibration and all its tints. otherwise the liver becomes affected.. 2 The basic foods of the spiritually based are the green leaf vegetables and peas. The red or reddish brown coloured foods should be chosen. As each base has the other two of the three types as inclinations. the fruits. as they contain the phosphates necessary to uphold the spiritual brain. beans and rice. The basic foods require to be supplemented by other of nature's products.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. 12 WWW. Consequently. and having regard to harmonious combinations. As far as possible the bluey-green foods should be selected. A. one knows that the root cause of the ailments which affect the physically based individual lies with the mal-functioning of the liver. new vistas. it is advisable not to include too much fruit or vegetables of an acid nature in the diet. root vegetables. Foods rich in proteins should be consumed sparingly. appropriate food and exercise. with the dynamics-the lungs and the heart. should be used with discretion.DR. As the spiritually based generate acid more readily than the other bases. and nature's products of these hues should be chosen as foods. strength and vitality. however. The basic foods of the intellectually based are the concentrates and effervescences. O.COM . the nitrates so essential to the maintenance of the physical brain. What one person uses as a basic food. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » The basic foods of the physically based are grains and cereals. Dairy foods.
Raw rolled oats (dextrinized) have the propensity. using distilled water for the purpose. stone or glass ware dishes. of absorbing acids.COM . fresh or baked fruits. a dash of cayenne to stimulate the circulation. farina. and gruels made from wheat. use it so hot that it requires to be spooned. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » KITCHEN UTENSILS The use of aluminium utensils in the preparation of foods and in the heating of liquids is not recommended. inasmuch as the chemical reaction is such that digestive derangements are likely to ensue. Cereals are better taken raw and crisped in the oven in order to dextrinize their starch content. 13 WWW. A small teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda in a tumbler of hot water for acidity. also raw rolled oats. a few drops of eucalyptus or a prism of permanganate of potash to cleanse the system. corn or oat meals. together with fresh ' cream. Whether following mental pursuits or whether engaged in manual labour. THE DAILY REGIME It is better not to partake of food first thing in the morning. Select good quality enamel. not breaking fast until hunger is apparent and one feels that any simple dish like fruit and cereals will meet all demands. a few simple exercises should be indulged in and then one should proceed to the daily task. wood drink should be taken in order to activate the liver and generate warmth generally.DR. A. Z. O. and a small quantity should be always taken with a fruit meal. LUNCH. Hot medicated drinks are recommended to be taken first thing in the morning. together with some crisp-bread or shredded wheat. The ideal breakfast is a combination of citrus fruit juices. barley.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. it washes the blood. inasmuch as more work can be accomplished when the digestive organs are not unduly taxed. especially in the case of those who are predisposed to indigestion and dyspepsia. or a teaspoonful of grape or lemon juice to act as a tonic. After attending to one's toilet. or a selection from the dairy foods. as being more weighty than ordinary water. To remove mucous take the size of a small pea of cayenne and ginger with a dash of white pepper in a glass of hot distilled water. A light salad with a nut cream dressing. will be found more beneficial than a heavy meal. a light breakfast is best. BREAKFAST. On bitterly cold mornings a sage or worm. occasionally a poached egg. assists the nerves and increases hormonic flow in the gonoidal glands. season.
It must be remembered that anything which has to be sweetened necessarily interferes. The evening should be spent in a congenial way. as it contains a percentage of formic acid. however simple. which is a product of the glandular secretions of the bee. should prove wholesome and appetizing. or (c) Salad – entrée – dessert. especially the granulated and bleached variety. Sugar of Milk (lactose). taken between five and seven o'clock in the evening. it softens the teeth and induces many forms of catarrh. It is preferable to procure the genuine article. and nervous affections. free from business cares and domestic worries. A. When sugar and milk are combined together the digestion of the milk is retarded by the mucous.S. etc. lung. as it no longer contains saccharine of a tissue building nature. For sweetening purposes. DINNER. dyspepsia or rheumatism should avoid it. those suffering from anaemia. a process upon which health. therefore. SUGAR Sugar. The ordinary white sugar is an intestinal irritant and causes the stomach to produce large quantities of mucous to protect itself. use the saccharine fruits. bladder and kidney affections. or attending lectures. or the genuine brown cane sugar. strength and vitality depend. as Milk Sugar. and though hardening the bones. visiting friends. and is.COM . the liver and bile to turn sluggish. not only with digestion. (a) Fruit (fresh ripe) or juices – salad – entrée. O. date. known in U. abscesses. one should have regard to the order of the various items on the menu. according to season. This mucous combines with the hydrochloric acid of the gastric juices and so retards digestion. but is not nearly so sweet. This should be the principal and the only really full course meal of the day. It is a constituent of the milk of all mammals in various percentages and is the most digestible sweetening for infants. concerts. should be used sparingly. A combination salad. such as raisin. more easily digestible. but above all things with assimilation. honey. Taken in moderation and in season. is similar in chemical composition to cane sugar.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. or (b) Soup – entrée – salad – dessert. HONEY Honey is assimilated by the system without having to undergo a fermentative process like sugar. it is helpful in heart.g. Saccharine is necessary for tissue building and may be obtained from the saccharine fruits. Z. even though it cost a little more. ORDER OF THE MENU When serving a full course meal. e. 14 WWW. one or two baked dishes. Many of the brands of honey on the market today are adulterated by the addition of ordinary commercial sugar.. and the lungs to be overcharged with carbon. Honey is in season from June to the end of September.A. also diabetes.. etc. by the cultivation of the arts. followed by mn Irish moss or Agar-agar mould or other dessert. An endless variety of dishes is possible. tuber vegetables. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » which inclines one to be critical.DR. A quick hot bath or a friction rub and a change of dress will ensure a happy frame of mind to enjoy the repast. it is also slightly laxative. and honey. fig. ferments set up and gastric distress ensues.
using cereals sparingly. pineapple. Continued and regular use of sweets and chocolate brings about an eventual breaking down of stamina and resistance to disease. When out of season it should be clarified. Take a level teaspoonful of clarified butter and then the grated apple. it is permissible to use it also in December and January.DR. During the Clarified Butter Cure take plenty of grated apple and organic troubles will disappear like chaff before the wind. the physically based for three days. Children have a natural craving for sweets. also raisins with blanched almonds. Abstinence from sugar and sweets during the Lenten season-the period of physical and intellectual adjustment – gives the cells an opportunity of becoming disease resisting.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. and where there is a quiescent scrofulous or cancerous condition in the blood. The remaining elements – carbon. inasmuch as they are conducive to mucous. coughs.absorb all the calcium. bronchitis. Z. Chocolate is also manufactured from refined sugar and should be used with discretion – whether it be as a beverage or a sweetmeat. boil slowly for ten minutes or until it becomes a thin syrupy consistency. A. and they may be allowed half an ounce after the principal meal of the day. The treatment should be taken for 3 to 9 days according to temperament at each new moon during the Fall of the year. adults may indulge in crystallized ginger. The constant use of chocolate has a very detrimental effect upon the system. gradually depleting the cells of this valuable element. When clear. unsalted fresh butter (unclarified) is of particular value during the month 15 WWW.COM . HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » SYRUP FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES One cupful of cane sugar and one cupful of water. coughs. In the refining process the natural calcium content is entirely eliminated. Unclarified butter nurses bile. lemon or orange peel. it also affects the duodenum. the intellectually based for nine days. days. colds. BUTTER Butter is in season during April. liver and digestive troubles. when used freely with fruit and fruit juices. Clarified butter is excellent in all digestive affections and will alleviate catarrh. CHAPTER II: DAIRY FOODS MODERATION should be exercised in the use of butter. hydrogen and oxygen – search around in the human system and . catarrh and many other discomforts. etc. Abstinence therefrom during the autumn will aid considerably in the cure of catarrhal conditions. place it in an earthenware vessel and bring it slowly to boiling point. phlegm and other slime-creating organisms detrimental to membraneous operations. Butter for cooking purposes should be always clarified. the spiritually based for six.. SWEETS AND CHOCOLATE Sweets are made from highly refined sugar. pour it into porcelain jars and it will keep indefinitely. For remedial purposes. O. and are thus responsible for colds. May and June. cream. The nervously inclined should discard it from their dietary. eggs and milk. To clarify butter. the weakened cells become the object of attack. cheese. In moderation. skimming off the foam that forms thereon.
(finely chopped). watercress. Warm sour milk slowly by immersing the vessel containing the milk into another containing cold water. Curd or cottage cheese may be considered always in season. It should be used sparingly. peppers and onion go well with egg.DR. but should be avoided by those suffering from catarrh. A. etc. Roquefort. It may. CREAM Cream may be used in divers ways in conjunction with fruit. throat and nasal affections.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Radish. a sprinkling of grated cheese on pulse dishes is permissible. Egg yolk (raw) applied to joints. be used with advantage in the preparation of other dishes.COM . are to be preferred. but discard during February and March (Lenten season) and the summer months. Z. In order to counteract the sulphur in the yolk. Fermented cheese does not combine harmoniously with fruits (especially the small berries). then strain through a cheese cloth and season to taste. Limburger. etc. The germ of the egg does not allow the germ in the cheese to continue the process of fermentation. combine with cereal preparations like shredded wheat. however. olive oil. Egg yolk (raw) contains all the essential ingredients corresponding to the chemical elements of the human anatomy. it also retards mental and spiritual development. cereals. EGGS In season from Easter to the end of June. CHEESE Fermented cheese is in season during April and May. It contains all the qualities of the Violet Ray. like Camembert. like red beet. chives. The addition of caraway or anise seeds give it added potency: Cottage cheese combines harmoniously with fruit. therefrom altogether during the summer months. etc. yarrow or any finely grated root vegetable. as it develops casein and neutralizes the oil. use a little radish. granose. or when melted and thinned down with fresh cream. pimento. otherwise the salts as well as the albumen pass off unassimilated. the albumen in the egg and the casein in the cheese do not agree. owing to its heating properties. parsley. Cheese should not be served at a meal at which egg or mushroom figures on the menu. cream. they are permissible in winter. turnip and black radish. Avoid cheese altogether during the summer months. particularly in those of advanced years. particularly those suffering from liver and kidney affections. The finer varieties of cheese. including banana. Cottage cheese can be medicinally improved by the addition of avocado. and place in a slow oven until the curd separates from the whey. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » of May for those suffering from lung. Always combine with salads or green-leaf vegetable dishes. O. A little grated cheese may be used in soups and stews in place of oil or butter.. and indigestion invariably follows. it loses its heavy indigestible properties if taken with dill pickles or horse-radish. these latter are inclined to be rather greasy to some temperaments. especially during the month of August. yarrow or parsley therewith. and such a combination calls out animal heat and with it a chemical change which is hard on the digestives and depressing to the nerves. green pepper. swellings. as it is constipating and irritates the membraneous lining. Eggs should not be given to youths during the adolescent period (9 to 17 years of age). particularly during August. or over 16 WWW. They should be used sparingly by adults. abstain. tomato. Cheese is more easily digested when combined with other dishes and cooked..
boiled. the egg should be immersed in a pan of boiling water and allowed to stand therein with the lid on for about five minutes away from the heat. It was a religious command also not to boil milk owing to indigestibility when served in that way. a normal condition will result.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Afterwards one gradually left off taking much milk. cow's milk was given as a substitute. pulses and sprouts. Avoid too frequent use of fried eggs. it ferments easily in the stomach and forms acids that are poisonous to the system. owing to its heating propensities. which contains the spirit of the chicken. including the small fruit berries with the exception of banana and pineapple. The liquid (whey) was used in all cases of kidney affections. pastry. they are preferable taken raw. a knowledge of the effect of heat on their component parts is essential. and add thereto hot vegetable broth or distilled water. is in order with banana and pineapple. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » parts of the body where the muscles sag. when it will prove an excellent remedy for many ailments. In some countries it is even so to-day. milk was the principle article of food. it is the thick whitish substance which adheres to the yolk. then passed through a cheese cloth. If desired boiled. eggplant (aubergine). well beaten. Fahrenheit. Milk is primarily produced by nature in order to develop the offspring of cattle. with the addition of a pinch of salt and borax – mother's milk being richer than that of the cow in salts and minerals. as the stomach is easily overheated thereby and the digestive organs become over-charged with mucous. The Zarathushtrians prohibited the use of milk during the months of February and March. cheese. milk was allowed to stand from eight to fourteen days. when the effete matter of the animal mixes with the milk. Custard and scrambled eggs are best prepared in a double boiler. scrambled or poached. When the mother was unable to suckle her child. and any greater heat renders this substance tough and indigestible. The moment milk turns it should be left until it is well fermented before use. A.COM . and if application is made daily over period of five weeks. The germ of the egg. asparagus. which is completely coagulated below a temperature of 170 deg. Avoid combination with artichoke (globe). For medicinal purposes. and bring it to steaming point (170 deg. In cases of malnutrition use yolk of egg (raw). banana. as these months are periods of purification.DR. and also during July and August. sleeplessness and for purification purposes generally.). mushroom. it requires to be diluted by the addition of 20 per cent of 17 WWW. When poaching an egg. especially by infants. corn. THE PREPARATION OF EGGS In the preparation of eggs. in order to ensure purity of the milk supply. Fahr. The white of egg is composed of almost pure albumen. then remove the pan from the fire and allow the egg to set for 45 minutes. however. To cook a hard-boiled egg. place it in cold water in a covered pan. should be discarded. Z. Custard should not be flavoured with nutmeg. Until the child was more developed. keep the water below boiling point and remove the egg from the water immediately a film forms over the yolk and the white is jellylike. Eggs combine with fruits. In this way the albumen will be reduced to a jelly-like substance and easy of digestion and the yolk will be dry and mealy. thus rendering it unwholesome as an article of diet. MILK AND ITS USES In Zarathushtrian days the cow was looked upon as a sacred animal and great care was taken of the herd. the organic sulphur will be absorbed. white of egg. and for human consumption. in custard. Buttermilk was looked upon as an excellent means of removing fermentation and excessive acid from the system. O.
but not boiled. and a pinch of salt and borax.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Milk is not a food for adults. take a tablet of willow-bark charcoal. consumption and spinal troubles. it is advisable not to indulge therein for an appreciable period after concluding the Cure. BUTTERMILK Buttermilk may be used freely with beneficial results. fluorine and phosphorus. is far superior to cow's milk for children. MAZDAZNAN COAT'S MILK CURE Goat's. a small quantity of Sugar of Milk or honey. precede these by agar-agar in small quantities with warm water. CLABBER For intestinal affections and tendencies to fibroidal growths. When the milk is found to be too heavy in fats or casein. A. In order to obtain its full vitamic value it should be undertaken when the cattle begin to graze in open pasture in the month. dandelion leaves. sorrel and watercress are desirable during the Milk Cure in small quantities in order to assist elimination. The Milk Cure is of value only when scientifically pursued. frequent herb teas and hot drinks are called for. While increasing the quantity of milk. the latter helps to neutralize the acids therein. O. Small fruit berries. Likewise. it is left to individual judgment. a craving will be experienced for salads. also cereals. milk is excellent for all sufferers from pulmonary affections. Take the allotted portion of milk first and then partake of the salads and cereals. followed by a tablet of willow-bark charcoal.COM . also Oil and salt rubs. Commence with one quart per day. but sweetening with Sugar of Milk or honey is indicated. tumours. which is needed for the eradication of all acid accumulations. the latter should be dextrinized. when decreasing the milk. to be effective it should be used fresh. For nine days take four quarts per day. in order to improve skin action. After each portion of milk. and these should be sipped very slowly. lettuce. increase the quantity of salads and cereals. should be avoided. adding half a pint daily until four quarts are reached. chicory. of May. During the treatment. but care should be taken that it is the farmhouse product and not milk which has been chemically treated. haemorrhoids and 18 WWW. which is rich in calcium. Both salads and cereals should be well masticated and the pulp discarded. a dilution with distilled water is proper. Take plenty of pine-nuts and pine-nut creams prepared with goat's milk. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » distilled water. Goat's milk. but it may be used by them as a remedial agency. It should be preceded by a few days of purification and a fast. Fresh fruit juices are permissible during the Cure in very small quantities. MAZDAZNAN MILK CURE The Milk Cure is one of the means nature offers for physical regeneration. endive. decrease the use of the fresh greens and cereals. Milk may be taken either cold or heated. asthma. By the time one gets down to one quart of milk per day. Green salads comprised of asparagus (fresh). as it will be found helpful in restoring organic disorders. chives.DR. except a little fruit and dextrinized raw rolled oats. also cereals. as it is almost of the same consistency as mother's milk and of similar chemical analysis. but discard all other foods. and gradually diminish the quantity by half a pint daily until one quart per day is reached. Z. however. To some temperaments cold milk is chilling.
In using milk which is a mixture from several breeds of cow. one hour after meals. MILK IN RELATION TO BASIC PRINCIPLE Milk from different breeds of cow varies in colour. use boiled vinegar in milk. Spiritual and Physical bases respectively. adding a tablespoonful of grape juice thereto. In the case of cholera.: 3 oz. A CHILD'S BASE One who breathes heavingly is intellectually based. fruit or prepared foods. Fennel tea. any hardships. It will prove a great factor in dispelling a cold and breaking up a fever. any disease. but are unaware of the reason why it helps the babe. and. it will not be able to assimilate any of it and will not thrive. Orange juice combined with milk makes a very refreshing and nourishing drink. A.lemon juice is excellent for the liver. which can be determined by holding it up to the light. NUTRITION OF INFANTS AFTER BREAST FEEDING FROM 6 TO 18 MONTHS OF AGE When the infant awakens: ¾ 6. buttermilk or lemonized milk is the panacea. Take every two hours. The clabber or thick part should be beaten well with a silver fork. The day will come when a child will walk immediately it is born. MILK WITH CITRUS JUICES Milk combined with . It is desirable to adjust the bedding in order to enable the child to breathe equally all the three breaths indicated. acting readily upon the kidneys. Use this treatment for three days in succession and repeat the process after ten days. O. Remember always that clabber should not be kept in the same place as vegetables. A wineglassful of whey taken upon an empty stomach will act upon the liver. Goat's milk. place one quart of milk in an earthenware vessel. Take the clabber at night and the whey in the morning. and shows talent very early in life. add the juice of two baked lemons to a pint of milk and whisk it up. Children now coming into manifestation are much brighter and more intelligent. 7 oz. Z. The child so trained grows up without any trouble. Physicians often advise that milk be mixed.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Ordinary milk should not be used in case of fever. and the Durham cow's milk is of a ruby tinge. beat it into the clabber. 19 WWW. while it is fed on milk from a single cow that is not of its base. Where lemon is not available.COM . adding to every glassful the juice of one baked lemon. especially during the summer months. Stir well before use. cover with a perforated lid and allow it to stand for four days. The Jersey cow gives a yellowish shade of milk.m. one wineglassful of whey will aid and hasten digestion. One who breathes diaphragmatically is spiritually based.DR.0 a. These three shades of milk correspond to the Intellectual. an infant will assimilate only that of its own basic principle and will throw off other kinds. Beat one tablespoonful of vinegar which has been boiled into a glass of fresh milk with a silver fork. pour off the whey into a glass. the Holstein yields a bluish shade of milk. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » tubercular germs. The addition of a dash of nutmeg or mace enhances the medicinal value. One who breathes with the abdomen is physically based.
Orange juice. different kinds may be used together. Care should be taken not to use the pulses as a regular item in the dietary.e. Goat's milk. ¾ 5. purposes.e. Pulses are congenial to one another. a starch and a 20 WWW. Fennel tea. the latter frequently loosening up heavy soils. i.m. if the infant does not take all the milk. Distilled water. Powdered milk may likewise be used in this manner. i. then 7 oz. and are a link between vegetables grown above the ground and those that ripen under the ground – a transitory state from one class into another. it must not be forced. phosphate and ammonia will suffice. followed by 2 tablespoons of cream of wheat.m. Fennel tea may be alternated with linden blossom tea (lime blossom). requires fertilizers. sugar. then pour off and add 2 ½ teaspoons of honey.:1 oz. goat's milk. unsweetened tinned milk. too.0 a. even so the human body calls for substances of a fertilizing nature. ¾ 3.0 a. others need gypsum. ¾ 6. 7 oz. Inasmuch as certain soils.m. coffee. either neat or diluted.COM . 2 oz. followed by 7 oz. the more highly organized human body seeks to find its fertilizer in the vegetable kingdom in order to tone up the system and wrest therefrom vitality that brings strength. lentils and peas. ¾ 9. ½ teaspoon of honey.m. Elder flower tea may be also used from time to time. It imparts a pleasing flavour to the dishes prepared therewith.: Bath. Allow to stand 2 minutes. In some instances. RECIPE FOR GOAT'S MILK 5 oz. virility and buoyancy. Fennel tea. When considering soils one needs to know what substances are most needed and what results are desired. Goat's milk. Goat's milk.45 a.: 2 heaped teaspoons grated apple mixed with ½ teaspoon of cream. Z. The human body. While soils are treated by substances gained from the mineral kingdom. Use honey or brown cane sugar. thus easing the burdens of cultivation..0 p. CHAPTER III: FERTILIZERS PULSES & MUSHROOMS THE pulses. may be used in place of dairy milk. ¾ 11. MILK FOR CULINARY PURPOSES For culinary .45 p. O.. are classed as fertilizers and are for the purpose of building up an impoverished system.m. or legumes. sweets. require fertilizers to ensure good crops. Goat's milk. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » ¾ 7.00 p. but simply as a change for ten days at a time. etc. Fennel tea is a panacea for all infant ailments.: 3 oz.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. A.m.: 3 oz.:7 oz. They are rich in nitrates and phosphates. and when the weather is cold use very thin linseed tea. especially those which are constantly worked.DR. more particularly in the Spring and in the Fall. vigour. as they are sometimes called. RECIPE FOR FENNEL TEA 1/3 teaspoon dry fennel seed added to 1 pint of boiling water. dried beans. Avoid giving infants stimulants such as tea.
meeting all demands and sustaining perfect health. Fresh raw garden peas are of greater value to the kidneys when combined with raw sweet corn. Then boil for fifteen minutes and strain. also with rice or parsnip. fast boiling hardens them. Avoid combination with egg. Avoid combination with celeriac. Then strain the remaining liquid and add a bay. and so forth. gumbo (okra). the water being thrown away twice each day and fresh added. use in conjunction with green salads. A. Pulses. they combine digestively with onion dishes and potato. spinach. this not only increases the bio-chemic salts. O. tomato. cheese (grated) in very small quantities may be added to pulse dishes as a garnish. this method of cooking makes for easier assimilation. Beans and lentils take bayleaf. Afterwards place them in a casserole with a little hot water and simmer slowly until tender. Chapter XVII. They are in order during the Lenten season and until the beginning of May and again in the Fall. and which are of inestimable value in their time and season. and again one should alternate these with Indian corn. together with thyme or marjoram. 21 WWW. leaf or two and any other seasoning. A dish made with an edging of cooked rice and the centre filled with creamed mushrooms. Still. preceded by a green salad. either baked in jacket or creamed and dextrinized in the oven. of which there are numerous varieties to select from. makes an excellent combination. Fresh garden peas and beans come under the same category as the pulses. the wheat will continue to remain the main product. and therefore should be taken only in small quantities at a time and in their season. The use of savory herbs with pulse dishes add glandular virility to the system. this nullifies the effect of the zanthin. and in accordance with climatic conditions. being fertilizers. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » pulse also make a correct combination. See Recipes.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. and peas take mint or marjoram. should be taken in small quantities at a time. and sprouts." owing to the concentrated nature of compounds basic in their make-up.COM . dairy foods. and served with salads or green vegetables. Mushrooms may be used in small quantities for flavouring sauces to go with appropriate savoury dishes. together with a little oil. as a side dish. and mushroom. CHAPTER IV: GRAINS CEREALS BARLEY BUCK WHEAT CORN (INDIAN) MAIZE MILLET OATS RICE (UNPOLISHED) RYE SAGO WHEAT WHILE fruits are of tonic value and vegetables are largely eliminators. fruit. and bake in the oven.. pulses. eggplant (aubergine). fruits. rice. in any clime. Z. At times one should have barley and at other times oats or rye. Pulses are more wholesome when cooked in olive oil rather than with butter. The "Staff of Life. Pulses should be steeped in cold water for three days. The addition of browned white flour to pulse dishes in the nature of a sauce assists in eliminating gas and other objectionable after-effects. but makes them more wholesome. will continue to be realized by the grains. salsify. MUSHROOMS Mushrooms are also classed as fertilizers. for method of preparation. buckwheat. although their protein content is not quite so great.DR. cucumber. neither of them contains sufficient nutritious value to sustain energy and vitality.
Man can subsist for months and be well fed on a few tablespoonfuls of wheat and one tablespoonful of olive oil daily. and in fact for all who desire perfect health. Wheat is more economical than all other foods as it is highly organized and concentrated and therefore a little only of it is required. pre-digestive and of electrification. according to Greek chronology. etc. Z. Upon thorough examination and analysis. sulphur. For this reason wheat has been the food of man for thousands of years and has ever been the ambrosia unto the health of the nations. The comparative ease with which they can be harvested. WHOLE GRAIN WHEAT The whole grain wheat is. The layer next to this contains fixed phosphates. invalids. truly the " Staff of Life " as it is the most balanced and the most nutritious of all the grains. ensuring proper flushing of the system and giving vigour and natural activity to the alimentaries – a condition so absolutely necessary to sustain harmonic operations throughout the more delicate parts of the body. magnesium and such elements as are essential to promote peristaltic action. sodium. which constitute the greater portion of the kernel and which may be likened unto the ovaries. growing children. the wheat plant is the outcome of the hybridization of the plants of various grains and grasses and brought to perfection by the world-renowned agriculturist and horticulturist – Zarathushtra – who lived many thousands of years before Plato.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. chlorine and other chemical elements which sustain the bones. of wheat. every element conducive to health is embodied therein. however scientific. sinews. the latter will continue to hold its own owing to the fact that no process can be devised to improve upon what nature has so fully determined in the crystallization of organized elements.COM . with the addition of a little fruit and green salad. especially those fed from the bottle. Although most of the grains are homogeneous to this planet in a wilder state. contains all the essential ingredients corresponding to the chemical elements of the human anatomy. Wheat. The outer skin has iron. and encircling it all like unto a protecting layer of the skin are seed coats containing potassium. Just as water cannot be distilled to a point so fine as to equal fruit juices. transported and stored renders them always available to provide a means of sustenance when other products are scarce or unobtainable. of 22 WWW. for nursing mothers. and consequently quicken digestion and promote assimilation. of oil and 8 ozs. supplying in natural proportions all the properties so essential to the building up and development of perfect health in the human body. calcium and such salts as assist to convert starch into sugar. In the glume we find the soluble phosphates in quantities sufficient to quicken the ganglionic system. as well as all other grains. It is an indispensable article of diet for infants. all other grains may be improved upon to take the place of wheat.DR. A. assisting the organs of the body to perform their diverse functions as commanded by nature. O. The arrangement of its various qualities is of such a nature that beginning at the glume as its life centre. are the culmination of evolutionary processes directed by the ingenuity of man and prompted by inspiration. which impart heat and energy. next thereto in the inner halves. Wheat raised in a warm climate contains more gluten than that grown in a colder climate. Persons performing hard manual labour can live on 6 ozs. can bring other grains to a point so highly developed as wheat. 2 ozs. like the raw yolk of egg. hence the superiority of Italian macaroni over that produced in other countries. concentrated and economical form of nutrition. are the starches and albumen. so no preparation. Although through manifold processes. enclosing these ovaries are the nitrogenous substances so necessary for the sustenance of the muscular tissues. teeth. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » In the grains nature has devised a convenient. and following layer upon layer to its outer coating. it is found that whole grain wheat. silicon.
as they supply the necessary ingredients which uphold the bony structure as well as the teeth. Add thereto 1 pint fresh milk. this kind of bread leads to malnutrition and partial starvation. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » fruit per day. Strain and then add thereto 1 quart water and cook it slowly in a thick earthenware jar in the oven or in a double boiler for 3 hours or more. irritates the intestines. increase the quantities of wheat and water proportionately. it also induces a desire for intoxicants. starch. The bread used by the majority of people to-day is made from refined white flour and contains 75 per cent. Cereals are necessary for children. 1 oz. at the same time as the milk. When made into porridge or milk puddings a hard biscuit should be taken therewith in order to ensure proper mastication and insalivation. according to kind of grain used. wheat. Where a reserve of gruel is desired. a teaspoonful of honey or brown cane sugar. The process of fermentation. pass it through a colander and return both the purée and the residue to the saucepan. the meal of 10 finely milled blanched almonds. Budding manhood and womanhood subjected to the strain of scholastic work often reap as their reward the blighting touch of brain fever instead of a meritorious education when nerve force is depleted by partaking unwisely of carbonaceous foods. those of sedentary habits on 4 ozs. rice and corn are essential. as it creates fermentation in the system. of wheat.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. add to the foregoing.DR. After blanching the almonds. oats. The most important problem which confronts the health-seeker is that of bread making. Many physical and mental derangements may be traced to its excessive use. keeping a clear mind and able to do mental work without fatigue. and sweeten with 1 ½ tablespoonfuls Sugar of Milk. Up to the age of seven years. Wheat gruel may take the place of goat's milk indicated in the régime for infants given in the chapter on Dairy Foods under "Milk and its Uses. The use of yeast in bread-making is not advisable unless the baking is thorough. Should the babe be weakly. strain through a cheese cloth. however wholesome. continues after the bread has 23 WWW. the water to be changed twice each day and fresh added. NUTRITION OF INFANTS It cannot be too strongly emphasized the important role wheat has to play in the nutrition of infants. a little salt.COM . and is the one and only real substitute for mother's milk. A. Z. Where possible cereals should be eaten in a dry state. When tender. dry them immediately and pass them through a nut mill. adding the fresh milk and other ingredients as indicated. excites the delicate generative organs. and after cooking. Use as required. and owing to its stimulating properties." WHEAT GRUEL FOR INFANTS Soak ½ cupful whole-grain wheat for 48 hours. when not checked by sufficient heat during baking. It is far superior to any commercial product. O. of fruit. of oil and 10 ozs. The main essential is to resort to deep rhythmic breathing and exercise in various ways. As there is no nutriment in starch. This liquid will keep good for several days. YEASTED BREAD It is desirable to get away from the constant use of yeasted bread. A thin gruel made from whole-grain wheat makes an excellent liquid food for infants and may be administered immediately maternal lactation ceases or is lacking. Allow it to come slowly to simmering point and then pass it through a cheese cloth. of grain and 12 ozs. of fruit. This gruel may be given to babes in a feeding bottle. while those who follow mental pursuits will thrive on 2 ozs. rye. barley.
and not in the ordinary way. Should those sanctimonious souls. It acts as a slow poison to the system and lays the foundation for untimely illnesses. increase the heat to finish the baking. make a well and into this pour one pint of warm water or milk – sour or fresh. but on investigation it will be found that the crust is practically the only portion of a loaf of bread which is entirely free from ferment. Buttered bread weighs down the duodenum. A. Children should be given white bread only occasionally. yeasted bread and starch foods generally from the family table. Dissolve one ounce of yeast in a cup of lukewarm water to which has been added about a tablespoonful each of salt and sugar and a dash of cayenne pepper. – a tablespoonful of oil and add the yeast. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » been taken into the stomach. O. must be sought in the adoption of a form of nutrition lacking in essential vitamins and biochemical salts. The principal cause of present-day degeneration of the human race: tuberculosis. It must be kept in a warm place for about fifteen minutes. in food values which have been lost in the milling process. Scientific investigation has shown that the excessive use of white yeasted bread is one of the prime causes of inebriety. enlarges the bile and inflames the liver. Allow the dough to rise three times. neurasthenia. The browning process changes the starch into dextrin. scrofula. turn their attention to the exclusion of meat. If necessary. Some sodas will develop arsenic. and this will cause a headache.. white flour is denuded of the vital nutritive elements of the germ of the wheat berry and the valuable organic mineral salts and vitamins of the outer husk or bran. which is nutritious and easily digested. WHITE FLOUR All superfine flours now on the market are sadly deficient . Wholesome bread may be made at home by using the following recipe: BREAD. Work in all the flour and knead well. working it back and kneading well each time before making it into loaves. Digestive disturbances usually follow indulgence in hot yeasted bread. As there is an appreciable amount of alcohol in this kind of bread its use creates a morbid craving for ardent liquors. It must be remembered that too much breadstuffs cause irritability and a critical attitude. of wholemeal flour which has been warmed. In localities where there is much lime in the water (seaside places especially) more sugar and less salt is required. owing to the arsenic developed by its yeast content.COM . Bread should be discarded altogether during the summer months and replaced by dextrinized cereals. under the grill. especially at the back of the head. rickets. especially when spread with butter. and they are neither profitable nor safe to use to any extent in breadmaking.DR. It may be necessary to add more or less flour. and also partially destroys the ferment or yeast germ. Soda and baking powder have a similar effect. All this may be demonstrated by soaking a piece of white yeasted bread in a cup of warm water for four hours and noting the changes which take place. If bread is allowed to cool. after which allow it to rise once more and place in a moderate oven and bake for seventy minutes. In the milling process. Statements have been erroneously made that the yeast plant is destroyed during baking. as well as more or less sugar and salt. etc. anemia. For this reason many persons are wedded to white yeasted bread like a bibber to his morning glass. The 24 WWW. In the meanwhile sieve 3 ½ lb. working so diligently in the ranks of Temperance Societies. When yeasted bread is desired it should be toasted to a golden brown in a moderate oven. Z. The presence of arsenic interferes with the action of the stomach and everything taken into it hardens and becomes heavy. the arsenic will evaporate and not do much harm. cancer.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. intemperance would be a thing of the past. and when that organ is in a weakened condition great distress ensues.
and consequently to the nervous system. destroying the life-giving properties of the food and forcing alcoholic productions upon the organism which prove detrimental to the heart. Where the wheat cannot be ground at home. The mineral salts of the bran. for there is no comparison between the freshly prepared article and the various wholemeal products sold over the counter. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » germ contains valuable oils. which aids resistance to disease. including the bran. especially during warm weather. are merely mixtures of devitalized white flour and a percentage of bran or other residuum of the milling process. which is more concerned in producing a greater number of loaves to the sack of flour than for the well-being of mankind. O. using it while still warm. and again blended with the flour. the heaviness experienced in digestion. and surpasses in flavour and sweetness bread made from inferior ingredients. White flour suffers adulteration at the hands of the millers by the addition of what is known in the trade as improvers. and. which are highly injurious to the delicate membranous lining. which is more wholesome and nutritious. Much of the brown flour and that which masquerades under. The secret of making unfermented bread. Bread made therefrom is deficient in vital nutritive elements and is inferior to the genuine wholemeal bread..DR. in conjunction with the germ. may be. Bread made from white flour is comprised mainly of starch and is deficient in vital nutritive elements. There should be a hand-mill in every household for crushing and grinding the whole-grain. nervous disorders and other ailments which afflict mankind. generates energy. comprises the entire wheat kernel. care should be taken to ascertain that the brown or wholemeal flour purchased is the genuine article. mineral salts and vitamins. Pure whole-grain wheatmeal contains the life germ of the wheat berry. thus seriously disturbing the nutritional balance. Metal burrs affect the grain in grinding to a great 25 WWW.COM . The public antipathy to brown or wholemeal bread is largely owing to darkness of colour and coarseness of texture. chemicals are used in the bleaching process in order to pander to the public demand for a lily white product and also to satiate the greed of commercialism.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. with nothing added thereto or subtracted therefrom. wheat berry as needed. and is nature's storehouse of vitamin B. as it will not retain its wholesomeness and characteristic sweet nutty flavour for an indefinite period. It is the primary cause of constipation. re-ground. such substances are very injurious to the digestive organs. and rebuilds lost vitality. and should be used always freshly ground. producing a gentle laxative effect without the need for recourse to cathartics. easy of digestion and assimilation. UNFERMENTED BREAD For daily use unfermented (unleavened) bread only should be used for food. regulate the alimentary functions. and making it light and sweet. the coarsest of the bran being sifted out. After a little practice it will become just as easy to make the unfermented bread as it is to make yeasted bread. as yeasted bread increases the fermentative action. A.e. To overcome these objections. thus conserving the whole content of the wheat berry. Moreover. It is almost as finely ground as white flour. i. the name of wholemeal on the market to-day. and produces bread of a light golden colour. a new milling process has been devised which produces a whiter and a finer whole-wheat flour than that obtained by the ordinary stone or roller ground process. WHOLEMEAL FLOUR The genuine wholemeal flour of our ancestors was produced by grinding the wheat between stones. It is best to grind the whole-grain wheat as required and so preserve the life-sustaining properties and the heating propensities which enable the bread to rise light and firm without the use of yeast or baking powder. is to have fresh flour. finely ground. digestive derangements. Z.
it is essential that the starch content of cereals should be transformed into dextrin. combined with a tablespoonful of blanched ground almonds. is as good as cooking it in a double boiler over a long period. all the more does the blood become impoverished and lacking in the necessary mineral elements. the staff of life will ever be at hand to stay the presence of the grim destroyer. a handful of raisins and a tablespoonful of skinned raw peanuts. Roller-ground Indian corn necessitates the use of baking powder. This is accomplished by subjection to dry heat by browning the grains (whole. Oatmeal. Barley. one part to five parts of water. will produce more satisfactory results than all the experiments that a pure food laboratory would be able to give in three years. steeped overnight. they are procured. NERVOUS DISEASES Nervous diseases seem to increase as our methods of living become more artificial. and its nitrogenous matter is closely allied to casein. particularly sodium. Oats as a food can be considered as such only during cold weather or in northern climes. making it an admirable food. 26 WWW. with the exception of a few salts. and must therefore be mixed with either wheat or rye to make good bread. then cooked for twenty minutes. stirring the while. they are consumed out of season from a tin can! To counteract the ill-effects of this modern method of nutrition. and in fact will be lighter and more palatable than corn ground in roller mills. Dextrinization takes place also when prepared dishes are baked. and where fruits and vegetables should be obtained fresh in their own season. Z. and with it all corresponding functions become inactive or paralysed.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. especially when the metal becomes heated during the milling process. will prove an ideal meal for those of a nervous. continued for a period of three weeks. This diet.COM . crushed or milled) in the oven prior to preparation. and when used for such purpose never comes up to the old-fashioned Indian corn bread. Rye contains more saccharine than does either wheat or barley. but even then it must be combined with sufficient fruits and vegetables to eliminate its heating properties. under the pretence of convenience. is deficient in true gluten. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » degree. O. It is an established fact that Indian corn which has been ground in an old-fashioned mill will rise when baked even without baking powder. A portion of prepared whole-grain wheat. DEXTRINIZATION In order to assist assimilation. fidgety or ill-tempered disposition. resulting in all kinds of nervous disorders. mankind resorts to stimulants and narcotics. What is true of Indian corn and wheat is also true of every other grain. consequently only as much grain as needed should be ground. the stomach becomes deranged. BARLEY RYE OATS Next to wheat come barley and rye. It has been demonstrated by chemical analysis and innumerable experiments that wheat contains all the elements necessary to sustain life indefinitely. though rich in nitrogenous matter. By the use of whole-wheat or genuine wholemeal flour.DR. irritable. calcium and magnesium. in a paste-board carton. Instead of preparing cereals fresh as needed. Oats contain all the nutriment needed by the body. which only hasten to injure the functional parts of the anatomy. A. The more one subsists on artificial foods and products out of season. which may be supplied by adding onion thereto. Combined with other grains it serves a good purpose in its appropriate season.
and salt to taste. fresh and dried fruit compotes. the life and aroma thereof are retained. and simmer until tender. Oats. A. lentil. in fruit juices. muffins. the roasting or browning process changes the starch content into dextrin. Add olive oil and seasoning to taste and bake in the oven. neutralizing acids which accumulate in the system. this dextrinizes. that which passes through the digestive system upholds the physical organism. Mazda flakes adapt themselves to every conceivable dish. MILLED GRAINS The best method of cooking rolled oats and milled grains is to use two heaped tablespoonfuls steeped in cold water over-night. Add anise seed to wheat. but renders them more wholesome and easier to prepare in various dishes. 27 WWW. salts. fennel to barley. raw rolled. wheat. milk and soups. and are invaluable to those who have need to prepare a quick. rice. appetizing and nourishing meal. When cooked add two or three tablespoonfuls of unsweetened tinned milk and a little butter. least 48 hours. PREPARATION OF GRAINS Before use. oats.COM . spoonful of olive oil. and celery seed or curry powder to rice. which is the spirit essence. Grains should be well cleansed in order to rid them of impurities. as it not only stimulates the salivary glands and induces them to yield their precious substances. fat and organic. These flakes are manufactured by a special process and are of very fine texture.DR. and then soaked in cold water for at. MAZDA FLAKES The following varieties of Mazda flakes are available: barley. they contain the whole content of the grain berry and the legume or pulse seed. are especially valuable as they act as an absorbent. O. The various grains may be milled fresh for each occasion and sprinkled over fruit and vegetable salads. crushed or milled) to a golden brown in the oven. or used in the preparation of gruels. Grains such as barley and rice should be boiled vigorously in fast boiling water: barley for 35 minutes and rice for 20 minutes. two cupfuls of distilled water. They may be served with fresh or dried fruits. Where the various grains are milled fresh. Z. cooked or uncooked. They are improved by dextrinization before use. also as an ingredient in all kinds of savoury dishes. The legume or pulse flakes require the addition of boiling water. green pea and Soya bean. the water to be changed twice each day and fresh added. Blend all the ingredients together and allow to simmer slowly in a saucepan with the lid on over an asbestos mat. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » MASTICATION Thorough mastication of food is essential. Rice (unpolished) is rich in gluten. thus assisting assimilation. rye. but enables the aroma of the food. the exposure of grains to the direct rays of the sun for a period of several hours enhances their vitamic value. The grain flakes may be used without preparation: sprinkled over green salad. their starch content. in like manner to the pulses. this not only increases the bio-chemic salts. caraway to rye. Afterwards drain them in a colander and wash them under the cold water tap in order to separate the grains and remove the starch content. to enter the system through the soft palate and so sustain the spiritual propensities. one table. Place a quantity in a pan with a little hot water. it is ten times as rich in fat and organic salts as the polished variety. they make excellent nourishing soups at a moment's notice and with a minimum of effort. doughgods.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. It is desirable also to roast grains (whole. etc. thereof.
then come the pine kernel.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » COMBINATIONS The grains combine harmoniously with fruits or vegetables (but not with fruits and vegetables at the same meal). which contains prussic acid. figs and raisins. chestnut. O. The appropriate cereals for the spiritually based are barley. and by far more ecstatic experiences conducive to the enfoldment of treasures latent in the mind. etc. The appropriate varieties of nut for the three bases are: Base." Yes. corn and buckwheat. MACARONI SPAGHETTI ETC. with a dash of cayenne. Avoid the combination of yeasted bread with fruits. nuts and the dairy foods. and then again to his senses shall be recalled the wonderful words of the Master. with the addition of such fruits and vegetables as are in season. especially when milk or cream is used therewith. Nuts combine harmoniously with both fruits and vegetables. pecan. pine kernel. but avoid the bitter variety. NUTS Nuts of all descriptions furnish fuel for muscular action by virtue of their oils. more healthful to the body. The almond (sweet) is considered the best... A." With the application of a little ingenuity man can soon learn to prepare innumerable grain dishes which will completely fill the bill. Variety..COM . rice and oats. It must be borne in mind that whilst cereals are a perfect body-building food. if desired. but should be used sparingly. which contain organic alkaline mineral elements. Once the full value of wheat and its treatment in the preparation of dishes is appreciated. brazil. braised onion may be added thereto and grated cheese may be sprinkled thereon. should be boiled rapidly until tender in slightly salted water to which has been added a bean of garlic and afterwards placed in a colander and put under a cold water tap to chill and separate the beads. pecan. soul and spirit than those induced by eating and drinking. Z. Physical . in order to neutralize this acid tendency. saying: "The Kingdom of God does not consist of mere eating and drinking. the variety being determined by temperament and physical conditions.DR. season to taste. It is desirable to avoid the addition of sugar to grain dishes (including the processed cereals). a certain amount of toxins and acid waste form as end-products of the digestive processes. Almond. for the physically based. give him the assurance to reach the goal of his aspirations: perfect health. and for the intellectually based. walnut. filbert. Starchy foods like macaroni. as 28 WWW. It is therefore desirable to combine therewith either fruits or vegetables. walnut. wheat. spaghetti. Brazil.. man will be able to simplify his methods of living to the extent of realizing the words of our Blessed Saviour that "man shall not live by bread alone. etc. but by every word that proceeded out of the mouth of God.. peanut. Nuts are rich in protein and should be used sparingly.. cashew. pistachio. use pure honey. Spiritual . and which used alternately in regular order. cashew. as their mixture causes rapid fermentation and produces dyspepsia. millet and rice. pistachio. Peanut. man will know that there are greater enjoyments. turn into an oiled dish. such as dates. and bake in the oven. prolonged happiness and a harmonious home. Any transgression will revenge itself in membranous affections as well as nervous exhaustion. including the small fruit berries. Tomato sauce. combines well with such dishes.. sweet fresh fruits or saccharine fruits. in place thereof. Intellectual .
two tablespoonfuls to a glass of hot milk every two hours will be found beneficial. it is excellent in the relief of all lung affections if milled and taken with a little salt. Chestnut „ „. Almond combines well with grape. either in the form of salads or conservatively cooked. should figure regularly in the dietary. 29 WWW. Pine kernel „„ apple. and may be used either whole or milled on green or fruit salads. inasmuch as they are excellent eliminators and therefrom are derived the essential organic salts or saline substances for the upholdment of cellular life. and the bile. Peanut (raw) „ „.DR. whip together with the juice of one orange and let down with fresh cream. which serve to neutralize the toxic accumulations in the system and thus preserve the alkalinity of the blood. CHAPTER V: VEGETABLES & EDIBLE PLANTS SAVOURIES SALADS SOUPS STEWS VEGETABLES and edible plants contain valuable organic mineral elements. Over-indulgence in nuts is one of the concomitant causes of high blood pressure. Allow it to stand awhile and then strain. also relieves constipation. Olive oil or sweet or sour cream may be added thereto for salad dressings. The green-leaf variety in particular. egg. they may be used also to flavour vegetable or fruit dishes. lemon or grape fruit juice may be used in place of the orange juice. besides proving more digestible to some temperaments. should be used the same day as made. The beaten white of egg may precede the drink. which are of inestimable value and a necessary part of a well-balanced diet. fig or prune. Pine kernel contains natural turpentine and acts beneficially on the membraneous linings. Nature provides an abundance of edible plants containing these precious organic elements.COM . the pancreatic juice. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » they are a very concentrated source of nutrition. A. Nuts finely ground and whipped into a cream by the addition of lemon or other fruit juices go well with salads. For diabetes. Pine kernel is of particular value to children. O. In fact. Nuts lightly roasted in the oven are a pleasant change. they also assist in the formation of saliva. but care should be taken not to burn them as this renders them indigestible. In season from October to March. ALMOND MILK A delicious and nutritious drink for children may be made by pounding milled blanched almond and mixing water therewith to the consistency of rich milk. combined with raw prunes for breakfast. prune. if preferred. assisting in the cure of colds and catarrh. and the pulses. Z. The skin of nuts should always be removed before use. raw peanut finely ground.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. aids in the removal of phlegm and mucous. The kernels should be always lightly toasted in the oven to a very pale creamy yellow in order to allow of evaporation of some of the oil content. Avoid the use of nuts with cheese (fermented). All nuts should be oven-dried and the skins removed before use. mushroom. An excellent nut cream may be made by taking one part of ground blanched almond to two parts pine kernel. It may be made to the consistency of thick cream and used as a dressing for fruit and cereal dishes. Raw peanut.
like beetroot. O. and in a fresh state. Colds are directly traceable to the lack of such alkaline elements in the blood. dandelion. Z. parsnip. Brussels sprout. sliced. salsify. spinach. As the measure of alkalinity of the blood determines man's resistance to disease. such as sodium. and this in turn retards elimination. potato. season to taste. The more general. and besides rendering them indigestible. the importance of these organic alkaline elements cannot be over-estimated. and then baked in a small quantity of oil or fat.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. potassium. iron. strained and then baked in a small quantity of oil or fat. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » the normal amount of bile cannot be formed unless an appreciable proportion of the foods one consumes contain these valuable alkaline elements. Asparagus. PREPARATION OF VEGETABLES Bean (string). magnesium. It is well to remember that whatever can be eaten raw. cauliflower and foenucky should stand in boiling water for five minutes. a few anise. adding a little lemon juice. carbon dioxide accumulates in the fluids and tissues. minerals are deposited in the system. as the greater will be the benefit to be derived therefrom. yellow) Sprouts Bean (string) Kohlrabi Potato Squash Cabbage Leek Potato. Those subject to catarrh should avoid boiled and steamed dishes altogether. The medicinal value of vegetables cooked in water is destroyed. nettle. A. turnip. ROOT VEGETABLES All tuber and root vegetables. should be baked in order to dextrinize their starch content. and the leaves of beetroot. green. If the blood is deficient in these alkaline elements. sweet Taro Root Carrot Marrow Pumpkin Tomato Cauliflower Okra (Gumbo) Radish Turnip Celeriac (celery root) Melon Rutabaga Yam All vegetables not used in their raw state should be either cooked conservatively in a casserole on the stove or baked in the oven as too many boiled or steamed dishes are inclined to soften the membraneous lining throughout the alimentary canal. radish and turnip should be scalded. green-leaf vegetables and edible plants are: Celery Dandelion Mustard Seakale (Swiss Chard) Chevril Endive Nasturtium leaves Sorrel Chicory Fennel Onion (green) Spinach Chive Lettuce Parsley Watercress Cress Mint Sage There are also a variety of succulent root. otherwise baking should be resorted to. cabbage. parsley. season to taste. should be the rule.DR. etc. bulb and fruit-bearing vegetables which are likewise rich in organic mineral elements. carrot. strained.COM . Vegetables immersed in oil and afterwards baked develop salts which create the salines – the preservers of cellular life. or grated. lettuce (head).. possessing eliminative and curative properties when scientifically prepared and combined: Artichoke (Jerusalem) Cucumber Onion Salsify (oyster plant) Artichoke (Globe) Foenucky Parsnip Samphire Asparagus Garlic Pea Seakale (swiss chard) Aubergine Horse-radish Peppers (red. causing poor circulation. celeriac. and calcium. and this is also one of the principal causes of diabetes. caraway or dill seeds 30 WWW.
for method of preparation. are excellent additions to green salads in small quantities. parsnip. this softens the texture and makes for easier digestion. In the preparation of fresh vegetables. There should be no more than three main ingredients in a salad apart from a little garnish like lettuce. Irish moss (prepared). kale.DR. When using raw onion in salads. and charges the glands. Immediately on removal from the oven they should be prodded with a fork to allow the moisture to escape. In the preparation of combination salads. carrot. radish. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » being added thereto. as they draw to themselves impurities from the atmosphere. lettuce. creates vitamins. otherwise they become soggy – unless they are skinned whilst still warm. radish may always be added. dill. when used in salads. cucumber. yarrow. with advantage. as also are string beans. Cabbage (bleached). be found adequate and satisfactory. SALADS All salad-stuffs should be very carefully washed in several applications of fresh water. A little Agar-agar (granulated or in strips). and other organisms. Seasoning should not be added until ready for serving. should be finely shredded with a sharp knife.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. A meal should consist of not more than three dishes. and bake things moderately. grating. entozoa. mint. Salads become remedial agents by the addition of one or other of the aromatic seeds already alluded to. tomato. Grated beetroot. etc. Banana. O. place them in a bath of fresh cold water. steamed or baked. lettuce. 31 WWW. green leaves with the addition of cooked or raw vegetables. steam things slowly. is more digestible when baked. celeriac. Giving due thought to the finer cutting. Remember to fry things quickly. whether boiled. or a pair of scissors in the case of the green leaf vegetables. i. Cut the vegetables into slices and add a little oil and just enough water to allow the moisture of the vegetable to create steam. in conjunction with one other cooked or raw vegetable. and similar vegetables. steep them for a while in cold water. spinach. are excellent additions to green salads. watercress. Chicory. sprouts. Fresh garden peas. such as anise. caraway. Always use oil or clarified butter in the cooking of vegetables. salsify. Z. and the combination should be of such a nature that if all were put together in one dish it would be palatable. and baked in the oven for use in salads or as cooked vegetables. and bring it to the heating point before placing the vegetables therein. spinach. The practice of long period cooking should be discarded. parsley. and turnip. soak in olive oil for a while. but aids digestion. fennel. the use of a little browned white flour is beneficial. onions (green). pimento. endive.e. or dextrinized cereals may. parsley. cress. mint. use the root vegetables singly. spinach.. A. See Chapter XVII. and watercress should be used sparingly during Autumn as sufficient iron for the system is derived from the fruits available at that season of the year. under Sauces. At certain times of the year it is necessary to wash particularly lettuce. are a preventative against bacteria. dandelion. either raw or baked. a period of fifteen minutes or so should. sorrel. In order to redeem the crispness of green leaves. onion tops. they will then cook in their own juices. or shredding of the various ingredients. Some organisms commonly found in water-cress will not release their hold unless salt water is used. cauliflower. The green saladstuffs comprise: chive. be added to salads. Onion and carrot especially should not be left exposed. either grated or sliced.COM . too. or zedoary. etc. and when sprinkled with one or other of the aromatic seeds. celery (stem and tops). celery. inasmuch as the aroma and finer essences are thereby destroyed. to which has been added a little lemon juice. water-cress and sprouts in a solution of salt water. It not only improves the flavour. raw or cooked. Root vegetables may be also wrapped in grease-proof paper or cellophane. as a rule. in this way the valuable mineral salts are conserved. After standing in the salt water for about ten minutes.
or alternatively. and for general use one should rely upon a plain combination of olive oil and lemon juice. and are particularly efficacious during the month of August. and the petals of roses are excellent blood purifiers. The petals of blue flowers and those of a bluish and white tinge possess curative properties during the month of June. buttercup. and mustard leaves will prove remedial in all generative disorders. then thicken with a quantity of browned flour. too. etc. including honey. but it should he used in moderation. add cream. however. violets contain a potency which eradicates scrofulous conditions. may be used as ingredients of green salads. SALAD DRESSINGS Salad dressings. to which has been added a little seasoning. SOUPS An endless variety of soups will suggest itself as one learns to use judgment in their preparation. Apple. but avoid coffee. melon. and add the desired quantity of boiling water (distilled). Nasturtium leaves and blooms act as solvents. diced. three different kinds of root vegetables are adequate at one time.COM . Tinned unsweetened milk or Irish moss will help to give it a body. leek. banana. or watercress. BLOOMS AND LEAVES OF FLOWERS In addition to the green and other salad-stuffs already mentioned. Allow to boil for five minutes. fig. is very attractive to most palates. mint. Saccharine fruits like the date. especially during the month of July. Violet leaves and blossoms. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » The skins of apple and tomato (also the seeds) should be avoided. cherry and dandelion blossoms are equally remedial. and so assist in the eradication of blood disorders. Fruits. sorrel. In the preparation of soups. use lemon juice instead. Tansy. Raw apple. Buttercup leaves and blossoms assist in nervous affections.. and season to taste. as they are inclined to adhere to the walls of the intestines and cause inflammation. The root vegetables should not be skinned. cottage or curd cheese. or orange may form an ingredient of a green salad. lilac. cut them finely and simmer in oil until tender. well beaten together. pineapple. serve on a bed of lettuce with sprigs of parsley. etc. make excellent bases for dressings. Afterwards. Mayonnaise. but they also serve remedial purposes.DR. with the addition of some green-leaf vegetables: celery. It is preferable to partake thereof while the dew is still upon them. inasmuch as the acetic acid it contains is highly injurious to the delicate lining of the stomach. tea. which give strength and stamina. parsley. for the making of a good soup is an art. pear. Z. Avoid combination of nasturtium and buttercup with radish or horse-radish. ground nuts. The reason why so many people dislike them is because they have not tasted the fine soups made with olive oil as an ingredient. dissolving crystals which may have formed within the various organs. or cottage cheese. the use of blooms and leaves of flowers in salads not only make for artistic presentation of the dish at table. strain. O. chopped or cut into strips. should only be combined with the green salad-stuffs mentioned. in small quantities daily. clover (red and white). A. as in this way the valuable salts which lie immediately under the outer layer are conserved.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. should be immersed immediately in lemon juice to avoid discoloration. combined with lemon juice and well emulsified. elder. when properly prepared. stock. Chrysanthemum. and the addition of a little 32 WWW. but washed thoroughly and scrubbed. It is not desirable to use vinegar as an ingredient of a salad dressing. The simpler the dressing the better. cream. and sprinkle grated nuts thereon. serve to make the dish more appetizing. if desired. or milk therewith. Avocado.
also beneficial for the stomach and liver. STEWS Stews are both appetizing and nourishing when properly prepared. Brussels sprouts. as this organ is more sensitive to heat and cold than the mouth. A. they should be allowed to coot to a moderate temperature. A small artichoke taken daily for a period of five weeks will do more to restore the nerves to normality than any other medicament. also with rice and French bean dishes. one celeriac. etc. Pour off the water and replace by a further quantity of boiling water. CHAPTER VI: VEGETABLES ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED Artichoke (Globe) has evolved from the common thistle and takes the highest place in the vegetable kingdom for nerve replacement. It is excellent as a nerve tonic. The green variety is best for the nerves and the bleached kind for the kidneys. half a cup of olive oil. a bayleaf or two and a clove. (c) One small artichoke. fresh peas. one onion. soups and dishes generally should not be taken into the stomach while piping hot. one tablespoonful each of barley and lentil or chick pea (soaked overnight). O. A whisked egg may be added to soups. baked potato and steamed barley. and dumplings. cheese. this method assists in reducing the excess of copperas which it contains. Avoid combination with egg. cabbage. flavour with a clove of garlic. and add mushroom at one time. one clove of garlic. finely-ground nuts may also be added. Use the same combination.COM . kale. a peppercorn and three cloves. if desired. Asparagus. leek. Beverages. Soups should not be taken while piping hot as they soften the stomach and lay a foundation for neuralgic . conditions of that organ. two ripe or tinned tomatoes. (b) One small artichoke. spinach or fresh peas. lemon or lime juice.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. two tablespoonfuls of finely chopped parsley. A bayleaf or two instead of the clove of garlic will change the flavour. ful of vinegar. spinach. Artichoke is at its best in February and September. pulse. turnip. potato (baked). It contains a high percentage of iodine. Artichoke combines well with celeriac. mashed turnip. adding one tablespoon.. endive. and cook for a further fifteen minutes. or mayonnaise. celery or endive. A sauce made from browned white flour may be added thereto with excellent results. also excellent for the nerves. Strain and add a tablespoonful or two of olive oil. a tablespoonful or so of distilled water. rice. lentil and chick pea. To prepare: pour boiling water thereover and cook for ten minutes. but leaving out barley. a dumpling or a triscuit. cauliflower. Bake in the oven until tender. Take two potatoes. Specimen meals: (a) One small artichoke. Place the whisked egg into the cup or plate and pour thereover the soup. spinach and matzo biscuit. When artichoke is used medicinally avoid the use of potato therewith. mushroom. Use no other water in the cooking thereof. Serve with cream or unsweetened tinned milk. Cream may likewise be added with a sprinkling of chopped parsley or chive.DR. 33 WWW. Hot drinks used medicinally are in order. Z. celery. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Marmite or tomato juice will give it a pleasing flavour. Fresh asparagus is valuable as it charges the kidneys and soothes the bladder. supplying the necessary bio-chemic salts. at another time. barley (steamed).
and allow to stand in boiling water for five minutes. Bean (String). shredded finely together with celery and onion. but do not slice them. however. Beetroot tops combined with spinach and dandelion leaves enrich the blood corpuscles. cereals. ` as the former method dextrinizes its starch content and conserves the valuable mineral salts. green peas. keeping tightly covered. or alternatively raw grated beetroot. white of egg. serve with any kind of dressing. rhubarb or egg. Serve on toast scented with garlic. To cook: String. tones down the blood by encouraging red corpuscles. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » To cook: Scald and then strain and bake in a little olive oil or fat. pimento peppers may also be added. sodium. To cook: (a) First stand in boiling water for five minutes. Excellent in nervous and dyspeptic troubles. It is excellent also for the kidneys and the nerves and remedial in all pancreatic affections. Add more whipped sour cream as necessary. is in order. Avoid combination with egg. Avoid combination with cheese pulse. the sprouts only to be used. It should be like a purée or thick soup.DR. Combines well with corn on cob. season to taste. Combines well with onion. All kinds of dried peas and beans may be so treated. It may be used alternately with salsify. place the cabbage whole into a basin. cassaba or marrow. Blend the ingredients together and allow to stand for six hours. O.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Brussels Sprouts. cabbage. Keep them in a warm room covered with a damp cloth until the sprouts emerge one or two inches. and bake in the oven. Season with bayleaf in conjunction with marjoram. Cabbage may be used either raw or cooked. Combines well with asparagus. it is better baked in the oven rather than boiled. sprinkled with mustard seed. drain and place in a little olive oil or fat. A nice dish is made by baking layers of aubergine. salsify. A tonic for the intestines. Place a generous portion of whipped sour cream into a bowl together with grated or cubed baked beetroot. BORSHT. is in order. baked or fried. May be served in a variety of ways. Beetroot soup is an excellent tonic: see Recipes. strain and place in a pan in which the required quantity of oil has been heated and allow to simmer slowly. a baked potato and water melon. A. also baked or mashed potato and white of egg and green peas. sprouts. thus bleaching the skin. It is one of the few vegetables which creates vitamins. It is an excellent nerve tonic when combined with squash. May be used cold in salad served on lettuce trimmed with parsley. seven sticks at a time. sweet corn. adding a few cloves or a bayleaf or two as flavouring. potassium and fluorine and therefore excellent for the blood and stimulating and strengthening to the heart. Raw cabbage (bleached). and salads. and potato. cauliflower. Asparagus is effective in kidney affections if taken alone first thing in the morning. (b) Cut out the stalky part in order to leave a centre cavity. Bean Sprouts are valuable and replace salad when green-leaf vegetables are not available. Beetroot is rich in iron. Soak the dried beans for two or three days and afterwards arrange them on layers of flannel – or a mat for larger quantities. add thereto a sprinkling of caraway seeds and salt.COM . finely sliced onion and bread crumbs in oil or butter until soft. but calls out remedial agents most valuable to the liver. It may be steamed. however. The leaves may be cooked in the same manner as spinach and are an excellent tonic as they are rich in iron. Aubergine (Eggplant) is a glandular food and of especial value in the case of anxmia. when they are ready for use. It may be used raw on salads. assuring a clear complexion. Does not combine harmoniously with turnip or fruit. tomato or sweet corn. It goes well with sorrel and combination salads. See under Sprouts. Z. Cabbage when baked in a slow oven not only develops vitamins. white of egg. A Russian dish. adding a little 34 WWW. thyme or sage. makes a nice salad. Avoid combination with mushroom or egg. tomato.
to 1 lb. adding salt in the proportion of 1 oz. is excellent for liver and intestinal affections. but taken raw. liver. blend them together and serve. The addition of chopped pimento or green peppers will improve the dish and increase the potential remedial value. Carrot is rich in iron.COM . but must be eaten raw in salads to be effective. bladder and intestinal affections. Raw cabbage is excellent for dropsy and also beneficial in cases of swollen liver. chop up a portion of sauerkraut and grate some fresh pineapple. Avoid combination with turnip. When the cabbage turns cold. fill the cavity with finely chopped onion and a clove of garlic and season with one or two cloves or bayleaf. white of egg. Sauerkraut when used medicinally should not be cooked. urethral and intestinal affections. steamed. It acts upon the adrenal glands and urethral ducts. May be steamed. asparagus. Method of preparation: Place at the bottom of a wide earthenware jar some vine leaves. strain. COLD SLAW. Raw carrot finely grated makes an excellent addition to green salads. select the ox-heart variety. It arrests all irritation and is a very powerful remedy. Use plenty of olive oil therewith. place in a colander or fine. A. To be effective it should be used cold. While draining. and juniper berries. It 35 WWW. Sprinkle the foregoing ingredients between each layer of cabbage. beans (string).S. Serve with French dressing. Goes well with peas and potato. a sprinkle of mustard seeds. over which place a plate and then a heavy weight to press down the contents. never boiled. A scum will form and this must be skimmed off each week and fresh water added as necessary. dissolves gravel.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The brine of the sauerkraut is a powerful agent in the case of liver complaints: take a wineglassful periodically. of cabbage. Cover the vessel with butter muslin. adding a little water and olive oil. Combines well with artichoke (globe). then place a top layer of vine leaves and a further sprinkling of the ingredients mentioned. spinach and parsley.. bayleaves. rinse in cold water. Sometimes known in U. however. Cover and bake slowly for about 45 minutes. sieve. Celeriac taken twice a day. Celery Root (Celeriac) is excellent for all kidney affections. salsify and turnip. is in order. O. mix the onion and parsley therewith. Z. Combines well with rice or potato. season with a clove of garlic. Boil the chestnuts for five minutes. Celery may be taken either raw or cooked. as Cole Slaw. pour boiling water over it. or beetroot. May be used either raw or cooked. Use no salt therewith. Of value in all cases of liver troubles. baked or taken raw grated. peppercorns. Add water to cover the whole. skin and cook gently until done. cut finely onion and parsley. Carrot juice in small quantities – half a teacupful every two hours – will overcome hemorrhage and nose bleeding if used with dextrinized flour mixed to a paste with cold water. sour cream or emulsified olive oil. when soft place in the oven to bake for a short while. and in conjunction with aniseed is excellent in case of worms. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » oil or butter. Chestnuts may be added thereto or made into a purée to use therewith. cures all kidney affections. Allow it to stand for six weeks. If the stomach is weak. To cook: Cut into pieces lengthwise and place in a casserole. and tones up the system generally. the stringy parts should be removed. April and May. with plenty of olive oil. It is an excellent nerve tonic and good for paralysis and rheumatism. it dissolves gravel and tones up the system generally. and then bake in olive oil. SAUERKRAUT is excellent for all bladder. Cauliflower may be used either raw or cooked. To cook: Allow to stand for five minutes in boiling water.DR. Avoid combination with mushroom and egg. especially during March.A. kidney. also in kidney. Cut raw chilled cabbage finely. baked or raw. also offsets scurvy and skin troubles when salads and green-leaf vegetables are unprocurable.
LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. and bake in a little olive oil or fat. and the kidneys. Cucumber Savoury: One grated cucumber. When fresh on the cob it should not be steamed if to act on the liver. Tinned sweet-corn and breadcrumbs together with any savoury may be served as a baked dish with tomato or browned flour gravy. cooling to the blood and aids digestion. It is excellent for the liver. Acts upon the liver and aids peristalsis. stomach. Blend all the ingredients together and bake in a greased casserole. Masticate every kernel thoroughly and use raw to obtain best results. Discard all starchy foods from the dietary. Cucumber is a splendid eliminator. oftentimes the eyesight is affected and the garlic treatment cures it. A. otherwise immerse in boiling water for one minute or so and serve with melted butter. and continue for a further period. To be effective take it for ten days at a time. For haemorrhoids insert a peeled clove of garlic into the rectum after first using cold compresses night and morning.COM . Foenucky. For serious blood and skin affections. it may be used raw in salads or cooked. leave off for a week. Repeat until the condition eases and for some time thereafter. It cleanses the intestinal tract of disease germs. Belgian endive (chicory) is an excellent remedy for liver affections. 36 WWW. Taken with a dash of cayenne pepper or curry powder. To be of medicinal value it should he eaten raw and without salt or dressing of any kind. It is an excellent children's remedy in the case of worms. season to taste. celery and watercress. Serve fennel tea thereafter. For high blood pressure and a general tonic it is invaluable. and mushroom. Garlic is rich in organic iodine and therefore a strong. then strain. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » is best taken raw. Combines well with lettuce. marrow. Garlic in milk taken for a period of ten days alternated with a dose of eucalyptus (Australian) in a wineglassful of hot water taken internally will eradicate dyspepsia. use two or three beans at a time. cream may be added thereto. also rub a little into the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. cayenne and herb flavouring. a larger quantity generates too much carbon and the system cannot readily throw it off. including the bleached leaves. antiseptic and an effective eliminator of germs and bacilli in the digestive tract. it cleanses the blood and dissolves the chalky walls of the arteries. discard coffee. liver and intestinal affections. when baked or steamed. hoarseness and sore throat. The syrup of garlic is excellent in all cases of asthma. Garlic on toast taken in conjunction with a dish of prunes will be found an excellent laxative. under the nostrils and over the navel.DR. also inflammation of the bladder. The outer leaves may be prepared as a baked vegetable. Corn (on Cob) contains sugar milk for strengthening the bones and gives solidity. O. a little celery salt. Avoid combination with apple. dairy foods and patent flour products during the treatment. Take the treatment for three nights. bile. 1 cupful of breadcrumbs or matzo meal. To cook: First scald. Avoid combination with carrot. Oil the rectum with white vaseline or inject a small quantity of oil or a small piece of cocoa butter. adding one tablespoonful of olive oil. Endive belongs to the same class as lettuce and may be eaten raw in salads or cooked. One cob per day whilst in season is sufficient. together with a dash of cayenne or ginger. bladder. Z. take a bean of garlic on the end of a fork and rub it on hot dextrinized dry toast until absorbed. also effective in the case of jaundice. A few anise or caraway seeds used therewith neutralizes its pungent odour. May be baked or taken raw grated or sliced in salads. 2 onions (braised). use no salt therewith. it clears the complexion and relieves a swollen liver. In its green state it is not classed as a starch. 1 beaten egg. Simmer a few cloves of garlic in milk and use for the evening meal. Combines well with asparagus and tomato. Acts upon the alimentaries and assists in removing entozoa. It should be used in small quantities. melon. especially in the Spring and the Fall of the year. take one cucumber a day for thirty days in season.
i. it will prove an excellent tonic for the liver and stomach. It is an excellent 37 WWW. is one of the best blood purifiers. rice. soups and stews. O. Kale (Seakale) may be used either raw or cooked. chop finely and use as a vegetable. To cook: Scald and steam in a little oil. Ripe. well beaten. tomato and pulse. Melon is a splendid tonic and eliminator when used with raw rolled oats and fresh cream. (c) Banana and breadcrumbs. it should not be taken immediately before retiring as it stimulates the circulation. or cut it into squares and bake in a little olive oil. but is available tinned. cooling and conducive to the strengthening of the urethral ducts. season with celery seed. A dash of saffron or nutmeg will prove remedial in all fevers. squash. I beaten egg. rice and breadcrumbs. with the addition of milk. cocoa or chocolate therewith. Use fennel or anise for a drink thereafter. Nettle finely chopped with lightly braised onion may be added to a thin oatmeal sauce or gruel. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Horse-radish may be used as a seasoning in salads. (d) Milled nuts and breadcrumbs. Mushroom. parsley and onion. Avoid combination with buttercup and nasturtium leaves. tuber and root vegetables. Melon may precede any meal except where gourds of other kinds make up a part of the meal. cucumber. cayenne and herb flavouring. with a little white sauce to bind. It makes a very nourishing and economical soup. Onion added. MARROW FILLINGS: (a) Celery. also excellent in cases of hardened arteries. Leek belongs to the onion family. Fresh grated horse-radish combined with sweet cream is also good for anemia: one tablespoonful of grated horseradish to two tablespoonfuls of cream to be taken twice daily. it also possesses eliminating properties in the case of membranous. and the water melon assists the kidneys. Both the roots and leaves are edible. adding one tablespoonful of olive oil. a little celery salt. The seeds of young and tender marrow may be included. aids in the elimination of uric acid and beneficial in urethral. Marrow is excellent for anemia and intestinal affections.e. A. Z. kit the younger plants may be prepared and served in the same manner as asparagus. Nettle herb tea is an excellent tonic and a blood purifier. (b) Potato and breadcrumbs. two ounces of horse-radish to a pint of milk each day for seven days. Fresh grated and brought to the boil in milk thickened with a little flour. Seasoning to include marjoram. Combined with lemon juice. bladder and kidney affections. Blend all the ingredients together and bake in a greased casserole. It is soothing. either to the nettle as a vegetable or made into a sauce.DR. Okra (Gumbo) is not easily obtainable fresh in Britain. Combines well with watercress and black radish. etc. Rich in chlorophyll and iron. Avoid combination with cucumber. also effective in the case of sluggish liver. digestive and nervous affections. Combines well with rice and tapioca. It is chiefly used in soups and stews. Use them alone for three weeks at a time if results are to be obtained. thyme. season to taste.. season to taste. See under Fertilizers. Cut the marrow lengthwise in half. MARROW SAVOURY: A portion of grated marrow. May be diced and used raw in salads. All varieties are efficacious: honeydew for the bladder. improves the dish.COM . Avoid coffee. Leek assists the adrenal glands and develops nephritine in the kidneys. sweet pineapple juice poured over melon develops pepsin. the addition of lemon juice thereto makes an excellent dressing for salads.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. 2 onions (braised). cassaba aids the liver. Combines well with green-leaf. stuff with a filling and bake in a slow oven. It may also be used raw grated on salads. marrow. Nettle. one cupful of breadcrumbs or matzo meal.
also taken every other day followed by violet leaf tea will whiten the skin. Peppers are of inestimable value to the alimentaries. potato.the membranous lining and stirs the thyroid gland. inasmuch as the oil is more developed. The copaiba present therein gives zest to .DR. The black Spanish variety is to be preferred to the green French kind. Fresh garden peas are of more value when served raw in salads. cut up the onion finely and pour thereover boiled vinegar. sandwiches. it is indispensable in intestinal affections. O. rice and cottage cheese. When baked and seasoned with anise or fennel seeds it acts upon the alimentaries. known as "Pimento "ripened under ideal conditions-is very good and may form an ingredient of savouries. Use olive oil only and drink copiously . afterwards straining the oil. To prepare: Slice off the tops and scrape out the seeds (save the seeds for use in soup stock and the tops to replace while baking). bladder and bronchial complaints. add thereto a teacupful of honey and bake in the oven until the juice exudes slowly from the onion. scald and steam in oil over a slow fire. It is excellent. Parsnip. It may be used in conjunction with acidulous fruits. grated. Olive and olive oil with popcorn are considered a splendid stimulant to tissue life. It enriches the blood and is remedial in all anemic cases. change every six hours. or chilled in chipped ice in a refrigerator. Parsnip is an alkaline tuber rich in potassium and calcium. Baked onion combined with baked potato assist in overcoming many digestive disorders. also for kidney. When using raw onion. it should precede the other courses. in gout. Peppers (Capsicum). A. Excellent also for asthma. May be grated raw for use on salads or baked in the oven and used with a dash of cayenne. Onion is an excellent food and a panacea for many ills. shred it finely and soak it in olive oil for at least an hour. Take it in tablespoonful doses when the cough is troublesome. Z. and steam them on top of other vegetables. There are three varieties-the yellow. but is valueless unless taken out of frozen ground. Cut fine. Combine raw spinach and mustard leaves or green peppers with the turnip. this softens the texture and makes for easier digestion. Avoid combination with mushroom. serve with tomato sauce. Serve in patty shells garnished with browned flour sauce. Avoid combination with starchy foods if full vitamic value is desired. Lemon juice may be poured thereover.COM . It combines well with stewed onion or fried parsley as a side dish to potato or dumplings. Olive. To purify a sick room. and thé green-leaf vegetables. green and red. too. served with scorched parsley and Parmesan cheese. especially in combination with raw sweet corn. When desired cooked. Parsnip goes well with mushroom. It may be taken with lemon juice for eczema. and as a garnish for salads. kidney and bladder affections. stewed. and raw grated turnip taken daily for 28 days will materially assist in cases of tumours and gravel. Peas. Combined with celery it will be found an excellent regulator. Strain while hot. it is best to tie them up in a muslin bag with a sprig of mint. makes a wholesome dish. Onion. When olive figures on the menu at which fruits and nuts are served. Baked onion "with baked apple and a pinch of cinnamon is an excellent dish for the glands. FOR COUGHS: Three large onions. the olive may be taken at any time during the repast. raw grated. Raw onion will break up a cold. Peas combine well with asparagus. During the month of March it acts as a gland food.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. If the meal comprises cereals and vegetables. Pour boiling water over the peppers 38 WWW. and they should be used freely while in season. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » gland food and also beneficial in stomach and intestinal affections.of distilled water. The tinned variety. Taken in this way they are excellent in all cases of bladder and kidney affections. carrot. also tuberculosis. Finely sliced onion alternated with layers of finely scissored parsley baked in a well oiled dish makes a fine combination. It is excellent in many ways and acts as a lubricant.
acting directly upon the blood. Avoid combination with buttercup and 39 WWW. It is excellent for tumours. turnip. Radish combines well with egg.DR. dissolving any crystals which may have formed.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. also with peas and carrot. braised onion. Steam or bake. as it is deficient in salts. onion and green salads. and over-indulgence therein is not advised. take it first thing in the morning. or alternatively use a little butter and hot milk. Season with a little salt. Like marrow. When boiling potato. It is of particular value in all stomach disorders. as it then becomes poisonous. To further assist nature. Potato boiled in the ordinary manner has no particular value as a food. Pumpkin is also used for making pies. it should never be allowed to stand in water until it begins to cool. fibroids. upon retiring. and both the skin and the pulp of baked potato should be taken. raw it proves an excellent eliminator of foreign organisms. the latter is the best specific for dyspepsia. because of its high alkaline content. kidney. cayenne. etc. Do not discard the peel. but it is better baked in order to dextrinize the starch content. and French beans. of pumpkin on which has been sprinkled a saltspoonful of powdered aniseed. will break up the condition. also gallstones.COM . chopped or finely cut. with a little bogbean. in cream or cottage cheese. O. bladder and urethral affections. being careful not to break the skins. in the system. peel before use. Potato should be cooked quickly. of value to all sufferers from digestive and eye troubles. owing to sediment or an acid condition. especially by adults. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » and allow to stand for about 15 minutes. as must of the nutriment is next thereto. Serve with a salad. drain and stuff with a filling comprised of cooked rice. and by virtue of its organic properties. During the day drink a blend of tea made from fennel. Where . When twice baked it is excellent for diabetes and may also be given to invalids. and enough sweet cream to make it quite soft. It combines well with sour milk (clabber) and is suitable for invalids taken in this way. camomile and sassafras. Potato combines well with spinach. tomato dishes also go well therewith. If the skin be too strong. add a good dash of caraway. a tin of sweet corn and seasoning to taste. Pumpkin is excellent for anemia and intestinal affections. acts as a solvent of acid crystals in the system. May be used raw. either alone or as a soufflé. rainy days. Black radish contains natural carbolic acid which cannot be substituted by any chemical compound. the black radish. adding whole mustard seed and allspice and serve with browned flour sauce. beat until very light and smooth and refill the skins with the pulp. cayenne pepper before serving. or with cauliflower and string beans. POTATO SOUFFLÉ: Bake some large potatoes and when done cut each potato in two parts lengthwise. In severe cases it should be taken three or four times a day for several weeks. it belongs to the gourd family and is prepared similarly. or a teaspoonful of sweet spirit of nitre in sweetened water. New potato contains quite a trace of belladonna which helps to tone the membranes and charge the nerves. Bake for 20 minutes or so. Grate one tablespoonful of black radish and pour over it one tablespoonful of olive oil. scoop out the inside with a spoon. Radish. in like manner to celeriac. The mixture will puff up appreciably if well beaten before refilling the skins. All kinds of radish are remedial. Black radish may be used also as a baked dish. When taken. Z. fennel or dill seeds and use only sufficient water for it to evaporate when done. take one teaspoonful of cream of tartar in a glassful of hot water. Sprinkle with a dash of. Avoid the use of potato (old) after the month of February and also on damp. May be used raw grated in salads. A. fried eggplant. Potato may be prepared in a variety of ways. It is best taken twenty minutes before meals. Take on an empty stomach and before each meal 4 ozs. there is inflammation of the bladder or urethral ducts. grilled tomato. Return to the oven and re-bake until browned on top.
Flavour with a clove of garlic or a suggestion of powdered ginger. -horse-radish and ginger. Z. Spinach is rich in iron and is an excellent blood purifier. wash and scald and then bake or steam in a little butter. it is less acidulous and more eliminative. however.COM . Squash is excellent for the alimentaries and is the best tonic in the case of chronic appendicitis. but should be avoided by those who suffer from rheumatism and kindred complaints. prod with fork.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The raw strained juice should be well boiled for five minutes. it may be replaced by rhubarb juice. Avoid combination with potato. Tarot Root (Chinese Potato) is indigenous to the tropics. The yellow variety is excellent in the case of jaundice and duodenum affections. Excellent for the kidneys. A mouthful of fresh or dried rhubarb daily for ten days will clear the complexion and act as a mild aperient. Tomato sauce well spiced with cayenne will be 40 WWW. but is of much greater value when taken raw. A. Use freely with mustard. Avoid combination with either mushroom or egg. It heals the membranes. Rhubarb is really classed as an acid vegetable. and then baked in a little olive oil and tomato juice prepared in a vessel having a tightly-fitting lid. which is of inestimable value in scrofulous and fibroidal diseases. Combines with everything except fertilizers. Tomato is excellent in many ways. and then bake. When tomato is used remedially for digestive troubles it must be taken alone – no salt. It cooks very quickly. It combines well with tomato dishes. Combines well with asparagus. It is healing to the membranes and valuable in all stomach derangements. Combines well with potato. Samphire (Green Seaweed) is a cliff plant with aromatic saline fleshy leaves and acts beneficially on the kidneys. They should stand in boiling water for five minutes. Rhubarb leaves prepared as a soup are equal to sorrel. egg. It may be taken either raw or cooked. It must be gathered from tidal waters. season to taste. Bottle and seal. strain. It may be used by those who find potato difficult of digestion. small bottles are preferable. A combination of sorrel. or with sago to make soup. Add no water thereto. it is liable to cause derangements of the stomach. macaroni. in order. Salsify (Oyster Plant). white of egg is. Cooked in butter or other animal fat. cook it in its own juice first and then sweeten. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » nasturtium leaves. Avoid combination with cheese. and bake in small quantity of olive oil or fat. Sprouts are healing in the case of kidney and bladder affections. It is excellent in all scrofulous affections. vinegar or lemon juice being added thereto. invigorates the intestines and charges the liver. Serve fennel tea thereafter. egg and mushroom. It may be used either raw. When lemon juice is not available. use basil or thyme as a flavouring. A thin stem (six . Finely-shredded raw sprouts are a valuable addition' to salads. It may be used raw in salads. They combine well with endive. strained. afterwards recook it. O. spaghetti. especially in the case of anemia. steamed or baked. Sorrel acts as a neutralizer of acid in the system. celeriac and eggplant (aubergine). or alternatively cut it into pieces and cook on a very low heat. Taken fresh and raw or the juice only will prove efficacious in digestive disorders. Tarot root may be prepared in diverse ways in like manner to the ordinary potato. To cook: Scrub.DR. also venereal diseases when combined with gingerbread. Avoid combination with asparagus and spinach. When rhubarb is to be stewed and sweetened. also with beans and turnip. good in all scrofulous affections.inches long) peeled and taken before meals dissolves uric acid and acts on the liver. To cook: First scald. eggplant and potato. endive and bleached celery creates vitamins. steamed in its own juice like spinach. etc. served with lemon juice and nasturtium leaves acts as a blood purifier. chestnut. either grate and strain. It combines well with celeriac. rice. pepper. Prepare and serve in the same manner as asparagus.
as a water of life. etc. Continue after the condition is apparently overcome. In the selection and combination of foods one must be guided by intuition co-ordinated with knowledge. Each one must learn through hunger and self-imposed fasts. See Beverages. adding one tablespoonful of olive oil. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » found the best eliminator with starchy dishes. Z. otherwise the salts which are near the skin are lost. gout and diabetes. too. As there is such a great variety of fruits. Beet and turnip at the same meal will help to cool the blood and increase the operations of leucocytes. Avoid combination with apple or beetroot. a little celery salt. CHAPTER VII: FRUITS THEIR VIRTUE AND USE OF all the products in the vegetable kingdom.B. TURNIP SAVOURY: 3 grated turnips (white). The harmonious combinations indicated herein are in the nature of suggestions and are not to be taken as exhaustive. it is scarcely possible in a publication of limited scope to treat each one separately. and are not perpetuators of individual tissue. When taken as a treatment it should not be combined with other foods. N. also adults in the cases of rheumatic fever. When fruits are judiciously combined and used with discretion according to individual temperament and basic principles. Turnip (mashed) with agar-agar oatflakes and an Iceland moss drink will assist in the eradication of germs and baccili. their mission is to cleanse and to purify. Chapter XI. revealing to man what he has failed to discover or to learn in all his academic studies and life-long bitter experiences. Take in half-teacup doses every three hours. assisted by spiritual endowments. assuring perfect health of body and promoting unfoldment of mental propensities as well as psychic talents. and. Discard the skin and seeds of tomato as they are liable to adhere to the walls of the alimentary tract and cause inflammation. being rich in potassium it supplies nerve energy and combats acidosis which causes hardening of the arteries. Turnip should not be peeled. such as potato. Turnip furnishes a variety of salts which are helpful in the preservation of the health of the body. fruits are nature's greatest achievement in the effort of creating distilled water.DR. O. Turnip juice contains antiscorbutic properties and is excellent in cases of rheumatic fever.COM . Choose the purple top variety for preference. Combines well with celeriac. use one turnip per day raw grated as a salad with lemon juice and oil. and no ironclad rule can be given which will govern all cases. bladder and urethral affections. The tender tops may be used as a vegetable and also scissored in salads. through right thinking and simple living. but scraped with a brush. Blend all the ingredients together and bake in a greased casserole. they will prove the safest and surest means unto prevention of disease. how to determine the proper 41 WWW. It acts as an absorber of acids and is therefore excellent for rheumatism. cayenne and herb flavouring.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH.. spaghetti. A. Baked turnip mashed with butter and cream and a dash of cayenne and afterwards re-baked and used with a barley roast is an excellent combination for diabetes. Turnip juice is of inestimable value to children. not only to tone up the action of the organs. also barley roast. onion and squash. 1 cupful of breadcrumbs or matzo meal. The black variety of turnip is most valuable to all who suffer from kidney. macaroni. By virtue of their evolutionary processes they contain all the ingredients required to carry off the waste of food and disintegrated cells. but also to assist assimilation as well as elimination. but mention will be made of the most important and those commonly known or those indigenous to the British Isles. 1 beaten egg. each individual differs from another in temperament and consequently in tastes. 2 onions (braised). Then. Fruits are eliminators of the highest order. for the method of extracting the juice.
grated or thinly sliced. or taken in very small bites at a time in order to mix thoroughly with the saliva.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. but an apple on top of a peach does not lie happily. are excellent eliminators provided that they are ripe and sweet. otherwise to one's liking. but not with the pulses. citron and lemon peels may be use in the same way as the flavours. FRUIT COMBINATION Two small peaches go with one plum.DR. peas. a small quantity of dextrinized raw rolled oats taken therewith will act as an absorbent and neutralize the acids. They should be scraped. The seeds of small berries are inclined to irritate the digestive tract of some constitutions. one tablespoonful to a cupful of water. Flavours may be used in their original natural state. like the date. such as the tonka bean or vanilla pod.COM . afterwards gradually baked in a slow oven in the same liquid. gooseberry. seems too tart. The value thereof in connection with fruits is that they assist in eliminating heat from the system by the action of the fruit acids. they should be soaked in orange juice or grape juice or in sweet cream. Avoid steamed (stewed) fruits after meals as they are liable. whether to be taken raw or prepared. do not use sugar. O. A. strawberry and raspberry. particularly to females. Fruits which are inclined to be tart should be redeemed by the addition of a little honey or some of the saccharine fruits. The grape agrees with any fruit if preceding the latter. add thereto a dash of cinnamon. and (in part) the dairy foods. If fruits disagree. All fruits. When partaking of fruit. It is always preferable to bake fruits which require to be prepared. Fruits. in which case the stomach no. should be sound and eaten slowly. Dried fruits should be thoroughly cleansed in several applications of hot water before use in order to wash away the dirt and sulphur used in preparation and soaked over-night. in which case it is preferable to strain the berries and use the juice only. and the fruit to act. combine digestively with the grains. Most fruits are best in their unprepared state. prune and raisin. fig. but mix it with a sweet fruit. either dried or green. they should be taken fresh and in season. currants. but a 42 WWW. using appropriate spices homeopathically to bring out the flavour. Small fruits. cinnamon bark and clove. an assimilator. or soaked in sweet orange or other fruit juice or folded in sweet cream. lentils and. when they should be removed. When a certain fruit. beans. and consequently weakening the functional operations of the stomach and its relative organs. from the time the dish is withdrawn from the stove. either in raisin water or apple cider. as it was intended. although apricot goes well with nectarine. loganberry. There area few varieties that are commendable. and peach may be added. In order to enhance and secure the greatest benefit from tropical fruits and to bring out their medicinal qualities. Orange. peach with prune is a good combination. and should not be indulged in. Pear is not good unless frozen after perfect ripeness.. as an eliminator. Raisins should be steeped for 36 to 48 hours. They should be added about fifteen minutes. blackberry. Tropical fruits have few medicinal properties when not accompanied by one of these spices. longer separates the food but leaves the operations to the acidulous side of the digestive apparatus. as allowing them to remain in the dish will rob the fruit of its delicious flavours and depreciate its medicinal value. but not five plums with a peach. The peach does not combine well with apricot. clove. lemon rind also gives the fruit a nice flavour. it is because of the acidulous condition of the system. leaving the salts or minerals undigested. Z. Apple and grape are delicious together. If tart. In this way the tart fruit will become palatable and will not lose its virtue. such as the bilberry.e. Unripe pear is detrimental. i. forcing crystallization upon the acids themselves. including the small berries. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » selection of fruits most congenial and effective to individual needs. to cause fermentation. when cool and of a high natural flavour. nuts. a tonic and a medicine. mace or nutmeg. and to great advantage.
Fig and raisin may be combined with any fruit. especially if green spots appear thereon. it acts as a purgative. while with additional nut cream will be an excellent and nutritious dish. Banana should be mashed when to be eaten alone and served with grape juice and whipped cream or baked with rice or used as fritters. as it is constipating. Banana and pineapple blend well with any fruit. but slightly soft. this applies equally to all the citrus fruits. but no water must be taken either with or directly afterwards. lemon proves cooling. The date is an eliminator when combined with fig. Scrape the inner rind to obtain the organized quinine. For this reason. however. it raises the heart action through the mild operation of the liver. while tea should be served with a slice of lemon and a pinch of salt. kidney and bile irregularities. dency to rheumatism. Choose the seedless variety with a russet skin. when applied to the scalp it removes dandruff and arrests falling hair. otherwise the juice becomes bitter and valueless. otherwise dental work will be affected. half a fruit is adequate at a time.COM . well salted. It is in season during the spring and autumn. Lemon should always be baked by placing it in a moderate oven just long enough to heat thoroughly. banana or pineapple should be used for flavouring the dish only. It is particularly beneficial during February and March owing to a higher percentage of nitrates and quinine imparted thereto by nature during that period. Beaten into sweet milk it will eliminate acids from the system and cure anemia. eradicating skin disease. Cocoa combines well with fruit. kidneys and the bladder. Dyspeptics and those who suffer from stomach disorders should take immediately after meals the juice of half a lemon. In cold water. but avoid the pulp. Be careful not to bake too long. Z. in which has been dissolved as much salt as it will absorb.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. and two different varieties should be indulged in-the sweet and the hearty ones. this arrests fermentation and regulates the heart and stomach. rheumatism. select those of a less brilliant hue. is in order. which is a valuable diaphoretic. The papaya and the persimmon are to be eaten without additional fruits. it must be sweet and juicy. It is not desirable to drink water either immediately before or after a fruit meal. When taken with rice for a period of 21 days it will prove effective in the cure of jaundice and skin disorders. and then rolled with the palm of the hand to loosen the juice. lemon mixed with oil makes a skin food. Grape fruit combines well with preserved cherries or with aged fruit juices or with sweet cream well beaten together. but care must be taken not to over-balance. See that the teeth are well cleansed after partaking of the fruit. The juice of baked lemon is a neutralizing agency against acid poisoning and aids in removing any ten. In small quantities of oil it proves nourishing. CITRUS FRUITS Grape Fruit or Pomelo is most valuable in all ailments taken in small quantities. The action of the heat forms organized salicylic acid. but it should be made with milk and flavoured with vanilla. Banana and pineapple should not be combined with egg. especially when taken undiluted with a pinch of powdered garlic on an empty stomach. and they are best when taken on an empty stomach. white of egg. gout and neuritis. in hot water it promotes perspiration. The juice first heated will prove an excellent eliminator. O. black and red and black and white. Avoid the hard.DR. likewise grape fruit and pineapple. as the sour kind induces acidity. firm. with a smooth thin skin. The cherry should be eaten alone. The juice of one or more lemons taken first thing in the morning will act favourably on the liver. 43 WWW. Taken immediately after a cup of drip coffee with a quantity of rich cream. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » pear should always be combined with grapes or grape fruit. With fruit one should not use cream in coffee. A. bright yellow variety.
as the combination causes skin eruptions. either raw. Roquefort and other cheeses develops potencies equal to champagne. but put into a glass container and placed in a saucepan of water and heated gradually. Baked and the juice still hot and poured over ripe Camembert. neuritis and kindred affections combined with fruits as well as dairy products. It aids in the cure of consumption in its first stages. A clove will call out the medicinal value of apple when fired. and like the human embryo.DR. Orange is a splendid tonic and neutralizer of acids. however. Orange juice combined with fresh milk is a pleasant and sustaining drink. takes nine months to mature. combined with goat's milk and its products. drink one tumbler full of hot water followed by the undiluted juice of one orange well heated. Avoid. may be used. like whole-grain wheat. contains all the sixteen chemical elements of which the human body is comprised. Use it raw on salads. The yolk of egg. A. as it is liable to adhere to the walls of the digestive tract and cause inflammation. yolk of egg also has the qualities of the violet ray. eradicates almost every ailment. Combines well with peach. combined with a pinch of powdered garlic. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Undiluted lemon juice taken after meals helps to free the cells. Like lemon juice. CHAPTER VIII: FRUITS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED Apple. Where a higher calcium content in the system is desired. on account of the opposing acids. undiluted orange juice is effective in removing any tendency to rheumatism. It must not be served with cream if to be of remedial value to the kidneys and bladder. Limburger. N. however. Avoid combination of citrus fruits with strawberry. Avoid the skin.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. although the juice only may be combined therewith. Avoid combination of orange pulp with banana. and. the juice. it is always in season. even eczema.: Ripe sweet apple or fresh apple juice assists in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions. Avocado is an excellent glandular food and a tissue builder. and whipped into a cream with a fork. or combined with milled nuts for use as a salad cream. celery and most other vegetables. The juice of one orange to that of half a lemon makes a good combination and proves of value in diabetes. one good-sized avocado will serve four or five persons. especially where strict diet is adhered to. Raw apple diced for use in salads should be immersed in lemon juice to avoid discoloration. grated or baked. should not be taken with other fruits. as over-indulgence brings on dyspepsia and mucous troubles. etc. is more digestible to some temperaments. Grated apple with a dash of nutmeg is a good tonic. Apple combines harmoniously with onion. For constipation. It is the highest evolved of all the nutritive plants. more intelligence to attract and recognise their chemical affinities.B. 'It is cooling and stimulating. Apricot is a cross between a peach and a plum. there is more alertness. 44 WWW. which develop potencies of value in all cases of tuberculosis. but it must be sweet and juicy.COM . gout and neuritis. the orange juice acts as a catalysis. diabetes. When oils and butter are not permissible the avocado supplies the need. It may be beaten up into a paste and seasoned with lemon juice.. O. take orange juice followed by raw rolled oats. Raw egg whisked into any of the undiluted juices of the citrus fruits acts as an excellent tonic. Apple. Fruit juices which require to be heated for medicinal purposes should not be brought into direct contact with dry heat. Z. also effective in cases of liver complaint. Limes are valuable in gout. combination with cucumber and tomato. It should be taken in small quantities.
Currants. Those with susceptible skins should avoid them. use orange juice therewith instead. in which case it is preferable to strain the berries and use the juice only. Banana. Banana in combination with milk is difficult to digest with some temperaments. Fig. blackberry. Berries contain water. blotches. Berries combine well with corn meal. a pinch of salt assists in neutralizing the starch content. A teaspoonful of grape juice in a glass of hot distilled water should be taken in the morning 45 WWW. the pulp should not be swallowed. in which case they should be steamed and passed through. fruit sugar. loganberry. are excellent eliminators provided they are ripe and sweet. In its unprepared state it should be used sparingly. which is necessary for easy digestion and assimilation. The fruit pulp. raspberry and strawberry. soaked in apple cider or juice for 24 hours or more and then allowed to simmer over a very low heat. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Combined with acidulous fruit juices it will increase the vitamic value. Z. The blue grape is for skin affections like eczema. also lemon juice.: Ripe. fruit acid and mineral elements. especially by adults. Milk toast should conclude a meal of this kind. make a splendid drink. gooseberry and raspberry are better for females. Combines well with either fruits or vegetables.COM . but they are best eaten alone. rice and rice flour dishes should not be used therewith. induce indigestion. however. etc. A. blemishes. during the period of puberty (6 to 16 years of age). and darken the tint. Avoid the use of coffee therewith. white of egg. they must be quite ripe to be of medicinal value. For diabetes. O. neither with egg nor cheese. Baked banana with a dash of nutmeg whilst still warm allays fever. combine avocado with Agar-agar (dry) lime juice and raw rolled oats. Cherry is a" food for the gods. Grape contains natural tartaric acid. neuritis. Use in small quantities at a time. should be eaten sparingly. etc. Combines well with cooked rice and browned flour sauce.. assists elimination. taken with sweet cream. currants. resulting in boils. as too many will accumulate an excess of grape sugar.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. as the combination of the acids and the starch is inclined to. It is more easily digested when baked in the skin or whipped up into a cream in order to break up the starch granules. The seeds are inclined to irritate the digestive tract of some constitutions. It does not combine harmoniously with orange pulp. It possesses curative properties when properly prepared. Berries. It is gathered and exported in its green state before the starch has fully developed into grape sugar. once becomes immune from physical ailments. gout and rheumatism. fresh fig. strawberry and banana. and of inestimable value in all cases of dysentery and digestive derangements. owing to its heavy starch content. they should be soaked in orange or grape juice or folded in sweet cream. cranberry.: Banana is an intermediary and combines with either fruits or vegetables. drink plenty of distilled water between meals. and a dash of cinnamon calls out its potency. gooseberry. Females should abstain from small berries. One part avocado to two parts cottage cheese makes an excellent dish to accompany green salad. Avoid cream with banana during the month of October. as a highly acidulous substance surrounds the seeds. such as bilberry. blackberry and loganberry for males. a sieve. as they are inclined to induce blackheads. especially raspberries. Dried fig and raisin. prospective mothers and babes should also avoid them.DR. The skin frequently interferes with sensitive stomachs. as the acids contained therein interfere with the regular methods of nature. may be used in cakes or muffins. Cherimoya (Custard Apple) is a compound of pineapple. and bilberry. take three to four at a time. is in order. Avoid combination with egg." and may be partaken of liberally. they make the blood more alkaline and are rich in blood-building elements. Used in conjunction with avocado and mango. If tart.
masticate thoroughly and salivate the mouth between mouthfuls. skin disorders and digestive derangements. Pomegranate: The juice is excellent for anxmia. A. White of egg. and also tones up the nerves. also relieves constipation. membraneous affections. dropsical and diabetic sufferers should avoid them. When dried (prune). should be avoided by those who are scrofulous. When out of sorts. should be avoided by those who are scrofulous. Pineapple: Fresh pineapple is always good as a remedial agent. Splendid in all kidney affections. Avoid coffee therewith. although melon may follow grapes. gouty. Used in small quantities every few hours will do more towards recuperation than any other medicament. The best way to extract the juice is to cut the fruit in half and put it on a lemon squeezer. Excellent for the kidneys. a large percentage of the acid is neutralized. dissolving gravel and stone. Used in conjunction with garlic on toast. and should not be indulged in. in order to more readily release the juice. Rheumatic. may be served with beaten white of egg. The tartaric acid contained in grapes is wholesome and remedial.COM . and cannot be over-estimated. August is the month for taking the Grape Cure. Sliced and served on waffles makes an excellent dish. The fruit should be rolled before cutting. it assists in the elimination of mucous. Peach contains just enough tannic acid to tone up the alimentaries and correct irregularities.. assisting in the cure of colds and catarrh. Combines well with banana and apricot. Take one before each meal. To be of medicinal value must be ripe and taken with cream to neutralize the acid. Avoid the use of other fruits therewith when taking a treatment. The white variety of grape is for kidney and liver disorders. acts as a splendid purgative. excellent for digestive derangements.: A pear is not good unless frozen after perfect ripeness. however. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » and last thing at night if intellectually based (square type). Black tea or coffee may be taken with advantage following indulgence in grapes. half a fruit is sufficient at a meal. but care should be taken to avoid the use of yeasted bread and coffee therewith. Use whenever available at the first meal of the day. Prune combined with raw pea-nut aids in the removal of phlegm and mucous. because of its phosphatic content. Take a wineglassful heated before meals. Mint leaves therewith help to develop. Combines with both fruits and vegetables.DR. Rhubarb: (See under Vegetables. the potency. Papaya. take no coffee or tea therewith. particularly to females. Mango. Grape juice diluted with equal quantities of distilled water will help to purify the blood and give better circulation.) 46 WWW. Always combine with grapes. Frozen pear is an excellent gland food.: A tree melon rich in organized pepsin. Avoid combination with orange. O. and valuable in kidney affections. an unripe pear is detrimental. Pear.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. also in diphtheric cases. chronic throat troubles. Avoid the use of pineapple with egg. Combines harmoniously with vegetable dishes. Z. Persimmon is rich in organized pepsin. use fresh pineapple juice on an empty stomach for ten days. and it then becomes a valuable brain and nerve food. take one per day away from meals. Baked pear flavoured with clove or nutmeg is beneficial. a similar quantity of lemon juice in place of the grape juice for the spiritually based (long type). An excellent tonic and eliminator. The digestion will improve daily.: Excellent for the recuperation of the vital glands when taken alone. and is therefore excellent for dyspepsia. Plum should be rarely used in its fresh state. inasmuch as it is the greatest acid producer. is in order.
herbs have been used for the flavouring and medication of food. should be seasoned with one or other of the savouries. 47 WWW. and are not to be taken as exhaustive. nutmeg for men. i. and if raw. (3) Spices. O. owing to the presence of opposing acids. N. with one or other of the aromatics. CHAPTER IX: MEDICATION OF FOODS & THE MEDICINAL VALUE OF HERBS FROM time immemorial. In the selection and combination of foods. thus calling out the male and female principle. Herbs for culinary purposes fall into three categories: (1) Savouries. The addition of a little honey is permissible. in small quantities. making for easier assimilation. they have medicinal value by assisting to develop potencies.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. (2) Aromatics. A. sodium and calcium. and is of great value as a blood purifier. Strawberry may be used either fresh ripe or cooked. also in kidney affections. The harmonious combinations indicated herein are in the nature of suggestions. adding a little whipped cream. Combines well with flaked rice or rolled oats.. Fennel Crocus Origanum Mustard Ginger Parsley Poppy Seed Mace Sage Wormseed Nutmeg Thyme Zedoary (Zedvar) Orris Root Yarrow Paprika Saffron Vanilla Violet Root Vegetables. A list of those more commonly in use are here given: Savouries Aromatics Spices Bayleaf Aniseed Allspice Basil Cardamon Cayenne Chives Caraway Citron Garlic Celery Seed Cinnamon Marjoram Dill Clove Mint . followed by a cup of black coffee. and mace for children. An excellent substitute for remedial purposes is to peel a thoroughly ripe apricot and pour thereover some fresh pineapple juice.B. duodenum and pancreas. dextrinized shredded cocoanut and cream may be added thereto. In order to bring out the medicinal qualities of tropical fruits they should be sprinkled with either cinnamon. clove. as in salads. even eczema. It develops medicinal value when steamed in its own juice without the addition of sugar and served with biscuits. Avoid its use with the citrus fruits. It is rich in iron. also contains iodine.DR.e. take on the breath a cup of hot Indian tea without milk.COM . one must be guided by intuition co-ordinated with knowledge. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Sapota is excellent for anemia and insomnia and all cases of nervousness due to derangement of the stomach. cinnamon for women. mace or nutmeg. Herbs should be used homeopathically. Z. as such a combination causes skin eruptions. if cooked. Combines with salads and vegetable dishes generally. which assist in eliminating heat from the system due to the action of the fruit acids. Afterwards. but often.
powdered orris root should take the place of ordinary table salt. thyme or marjoram. Corn on Cob .. Macaroni garlic (add to boiling water). fried or stewed dishes as its harmful effects are. sage or marjoram.DR. as they already possess their own natural salts. mustard. dill or fennel. Powdered orris root made à la French drip will prove an excellent drink and of value to those suffering from kidney and bladder affections. should be added to roasts. It is desirable to use no salt during the Lenten season and the absolute minimum at any other time. when they are compounded. to stewed.. The excessive use of salt makes one warmer in summer and colder in winter and renders the skin dry.COM . Vanilla used in small quantities is excellent for flavouring as it has a very high potency and of great medicinal value. Marrow celery seed. etc. Any excess which remains in the system crystallizes in the joints and tissues. thyme or marjoram. sage. cools the liver. fennel or anise.. Carrot anise. if desired. Wood ashes and egg-shells (powdered) are also beneficial in the Spring and Fall in order to sweeten the stomach. nullified in any process of cooking. lime or clay. and the rate of excretion is governed by the intake. clove or parsley. Salt is needed only where food has been grown in soil denuded of its natural mineral content. Cucumber cayenne pepper or curry. Beans bayleaf. Corn (sweet). egg-shell contains minerals more highly organized than chalk. Tea may be flavoured therewith. mustard seed. Potato caraway. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Common salt (sodium chloride) is an inorganic mineral and when taken in excess it disturbs the balance of the organized elemental content of the cells. and ensures a healthy skin. Cabbage (cooked) clove or dill and garlic. 48 WWW. Rice curry powder or celery seed. aids the kidneys.. bayleaf. origanum. parsley. It has the propensity of absorbing mucous. fennel or caraway. Cauliflower . The following list is given as a general guide in the use of herbs for flavouring and medicating foods: Asparagus mint Artichoke (globe) bayleaf and clove. symposia. Parsnip anise or fennel. Z.. steamed and fried dishes just before they are taken from the stove. Onion clove. Lentil .. It is excreted by the kidneys in the same form in which it is taken into the body. sage. Salt is not necessary in raw foods. Cheese caraway. O. Cabbage (raw) caraway or mustard seed. lemon or lime juice..LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Salt (preferably celery salt) may be used in moderation in connection with boiled. it tones up the stomach. Peas mint or marjoram. to some extent. Clabber nutmeg. Barley origanum.. Beet anise. giving rise to many discomforts. A. Salt.. During Lent and the summer months. The pod is to be preferred inasmuch as the extracts are usually made from coal tar products. bayleaf. it is excellent in cases of palsy and vertigo. baked.
Lent is not a religious institution. One needs something to purify the blood. it is natural to think that an 49 WWW. and repairs are possible if attended to in a way that invites nature to do the work. and many more are the methods propounded in seeking what all mankind longs for. but perfect happiness depends on perfect health. Stimulates the liver. cayenne. ever willing to correct errors and adjust mistakes. is the best and most effective time for the purification of the body and to assist nature in the process of recuperation. Nature is ever ready to amend. CHAPTER X: THE EFFICACY OF FASTING LENTEN SEASON FROM time immemorial it has been a recognised fact. N.. should not be taxed with purgatives. should likewise rest. and a human body. Where necessary powdered herbs or seeds maybe put into a muslin bag when cooking vegetables. sage or marjoram. It is held that organs. do not try to be persuaded that the condition is exceptional and complicated: it is within the range of nature. or the time preceding the advent of Spring. remember that.B. It is the most appropriate period for anatomical spring-cleaning. caraway. It lies within the instinct in the animal and in the intuition of man to live and search for means assuring a change. From the standpoint of utility. whether such transgression has been conscious or unconscious. Springtime ordeals are of evolutionary origin. The old idea of administering purgatives to a patient has been superseded by the new idea of flushing the colon through its entire length. Even the animals seek plants. although it has been embodied in ritualism. BASIC HERBS Base Intellectual Spiritual Physical Herb Thyme Marjoram Sage Virtues Stimulates the lungs. To do this effectively she should be assisted rather than interfered with. This being true. Tomato basil or thyme. perfect happiness. while being repaired. dill or fennel. Z. Do not enlarge upon the disability. gained through life-long experience and keen observation.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. the human body corresponds to highly developed.COM . A machine undergoing repairs rests from its labours.DR. it is invaluable in the case of kidney affections. to tone up the nerves and to stir the glands. paprika. and there can be no joy in living unless there be physical well-being. Many are the ways of man in attempting to reach the goal of perfect health. complex and sensitive machines. disease is a unit. and what holds good in the mechanical world may be applied also to the human anatomy. celery seed. herbs and berries in the early Spring for purifying purposes. O. Stimulates the generatives. Whatever be the malady. It is the result of transgression. owing to the irritation induced by medication.. A. Turnip. while the individual attends to the nursing. weakened by disease. Parsley may be used in conjunction with any vegetable. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Squash . that the Lenten Season. Spaghetti garlic (add to boiling water).
which is a most congenial time for the eradication of error. Fasting is neither a hardship nor a mortification. Herb teas made from tender roots. straining vegetables or fruits. The intelligent class of former days resorted to periodical fasting. A fast should be entertained only after careful study of the subject. not only for the good physical results obtained thereby. do not add more fuel to an already overloaded system. leaves upon the kidneys and the intestines and blossoms upon the skin. satisfying organic wants by the use of distilled water. the fire cannot burn. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » erroneous diet. in stubborn cases or chronic troubles it may be necessary to fast for many days or even weeks. Nothing will correct errors or irregularities more quickly than an occasional fast of from twentyfour to thirty-six hours' duration. The proper care of the body during fasting and attention to diet after the fast are the principal factors in the eradication of disease by fasting. In the meantime allow no opportunity to pass by to attend to the care of the body with exercises. When the fires of life burn dimly. and expecting to gain the desired results. but.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. O. others by taking the milk diet. even cereals. It all depends upon the constitution and the frame of mind or purpose in view.DR. if still continued without change.COM . rests the organs. observing fasts at the change of every season. fresh bark and blossoms. by abstaining from food. Z. and it will burn brightly. but should be practised scientifically for the prevention of disease. would continue to promote irritations. A. but in the prevention thereof. the Mongolians fasted every tenth day. and the Zends would not allow food to pass their lips every fifth day. but also for the development of higher attainments. green leaves. abstaining from food and drink. and resort to such means as will relieve them of irritations. Herb teas made from March rain water are the best purifiers known. neglecting his mental powers. one becomes inclined to fast quite frequently for shorter or longer periods. using only drinks brewed from herbs or fruits. Making a change in diet. and induces nature to reduce adipose tissues and remove morbid and effete matter. one should simply forget to eat for a day or more and note the change for the better. particularly during Lent. when in pain or suffering from a malady. colon flushings should also be resorted to. Remove the ashes and clinkers. substances. cleansed and stored for use in treatment throughout the remainder of the year. March rain water is the "holy water" of the ancients and contains valuable nitrates absorbed from the atmosphere. one should begin with short fasts of thirty-six hours to three days. Those who miss a meal or two a week are always the better for it physically and mentally. Roots and barks act upon the stomach and liver. A body filled with effete matter must be given an opportunity to rid itself of such. one should realize the need of resting the organs. Fasting should be resorted to not only when sick. The majority of fasters imagine that the fast alone will eradicate disease. The efficacy of fasting having been proven. and in this way one can regain a condition of healthful bodily activity. while he who is overfed simply delights in sports. The fast arrests the disease. others again derive much good from absolute fasting twice a week. oil and salt rubs. In our day it has been shown conclusively that the simply fed student studies with ease and may readily take higher honours. During a fast it is essential that one should take frequently diverse herb teas in order to keep up the circulation and the processes of elimination. rhythmic breathing. The ancient Aryans fasted every seventh day. hot and cold water baths. permit the organic functions to use all their energies toward purification of the body. adding a cupful of March rain water to a tablespoonful of such tea will assist in the eliminating processes of the system. It should always be remembered that virtue and wisdom do not lie in merely removing an evil. Some do well by abstaining from food altogether. make a new fire. Once the philosophy of fasting has made its appeal. If the draught of a furnace be obstructed with clinkers. Whenever distressed or in an irritable state. which has been proven to be the cause of the majority of organic troubles. it should be collected from snow or rain. 50 WWW. This is a sad mistake. all the week or more. also sweat baths. others by using liquid foods. It is self-evident that when a vessel is to be cleaned its contents must be removed.
) and hang the container on a wall about four feet high. kneading the abdomen from right to left.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. This will ensure better circulation within that area. For the first injection use soapy water made from pure Castile soap. Then take a third injection of plain water or add thereto five drops of eucalyptus oil or permanganate of potash – three or four prisms to a 51 WWW. then lie on the back and then turn on the right side. Fahr. watercress. should be resorted to. sage. etc. endive. orris root.DR. and the body rubbed vigorously with a rough towel. black radish. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » When using herbs medicinally. Pulses and mushrooms are in order during Lent in small quantities in order to stir up the system. senna pod. mint. inject and retain as long as possible without discomfort. mushroom or rice dish should be taken each day. also cocoa shell tea and lemonade made without sugar. violets. Dust the powder more heavily over any part of the body betraying a weakness. so as to induce friction and cut the old cuticle. sassafras. and sprouts. A hot salt bath should precede this treatment. marjoram. horse-radish. rhubarb. chives. dandelion root. Salads should include dandelion leaves. For this purpose place the powder in a muslin bag. A cup of senna pod tea should be taken on each of the preceding evenings in order to force the worms and bacilli into the channels of elimination and so avoid re-absorption into the system. Rubbing the scalp with the powder will encourage a new growth of hair. LENTEN SEASON The Lenten season is properly opened on Ash Wednesday by taking wood ashes – two parts of ashes to one part of finely-powdered common salt – applying it to the whole body from the crown of the head to the soles of the feet. no food of any kind should be taken for at least six hours preceding the treatment and no solid food for a whole day. boneset. artichoke. Frequent hot baths medicated with soda. The wearing of a garment made from coarse material should follow it. The dietary during the Lenten season should consist of pale green fruits and vegetables. then expel. bringing the knees up to the abdomen in each of these movements. salsify. A different pulse. Herb teas should be taken daily. buckthorn. liquorice root. anise and caraway seed biscuits. using the bag as a powder puff. leek. lemon. particularly thyme. A warm room is essential. This is to be applied three nights in succession. Drinks with meals should be avoided. grape fruit. celeriac. dusting it with the powder. also Irish moss and Agar-agar moulds and puddings. take one teaspoonful of zedoary folded in syrup or honey followed by a glass of hot water. In place of the ordinary vulcanite nozzle use an 18-inch flexible rubber tubing well oiled. Z. COLON FLUSHING The following colon flushing treatment should be also undertaken: Use a Gravity Douche capable of holding from four to six pints of hot water (114 deg. sulphur. ginger. For three consecutive mornings. bathe the body in hot water containing one tablespoonful of grape vinegar to each gallon of water. On the fourth day. A. cascara. avoid the use of salt. sea salt. linseed. it should be taken for three nights. but nature will be assisted to throw off any possible accumulations due to climatic conditions and mode of life. Lie on the left side when taking it. Prepare a second lot of water in which has been dissolved three dessertspoonfuls of bicarbonate of soda to three quarts of water. go over the entire body. also grated carrot sprinkled with aniseed. Soups and dumplings may be indulged in. The body will not only become beautiful. lettuce. Epsom salt. slippery elm bark and Irish moss. sorrel.COM . olive. celery. at least three hours before a meal. Garlic rubbed on hot dry toast helps to purify and thin the blood. O.. and after first oiling the body. orange.
including oatmeal. starchy foods. etc.DR. Z. rich cakes.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. coffee and chocolate. wood ash. sarsaparilla. and so on until nine treatments have been taken. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » pint of water – and retain for half an hour or more. or if not fasting. Expel and take an injection of one tablespoonful of warmed almond oil or insert a piece of cocoa butter. 52 WWW. use alternately finely powdered sage. tea. O. or sand finely powdered should be also taken for ten days in order to cleanse and sweeten the system. If one is fasting. a saltspoonful at a time. kneading the abdomen from right to left. yeasted bread. take one or two tablets of willow bark charcoal twice daily. Divers shells. such as egg. In addition to the rhythmic breathing exercises and the Egyptian Postures. sweetmeats. the following régime of powdered herbs should be observed. then again for three nights.COM . A. take the same quantity after each meal. Apply the treatment on three consecutive nights. drinking two glasses of hot water on rising the following morning in order to wash away the sediment. During Lent avoid all dairy products.. In place of salt. A fast should be undertaken at least on one day in seven. a piece of cotton wool should be inserted in the rectum to prevent the oil or cocoa butter from escaping. After each treatment one should retire and take a tablespoonful of Russian Petrolatum. and the aromatic herbs in quantities equal to salt. oyster. powdered violet and rose leaves. orris root. commencing with Ash Wednesday: Day Day 1st sage 22nd zedoary 2nd marjoram 23rd marjoram 3rd sage 24th sassafras bark 4th marjoram 25th sassafras bark 5th marjoram 26th sassafras bark 6th mint 27th mace 7th marjoram 28th mace 8th thyme 29th mace 9th thyme 30th ground ginger 10th marjoram 31st mace 11th marjoram 32nd mace 12th aniseed 33rd cinnamon stick 13th aniseed 34th cinnamon stick 14th aniseed 35th saffron 15th celery seed 36th nutmeg 16th sage 37th nutmeg 17th celery seed 38th saffron 18th celery seed 39th cinnamon stick 19th sage 40th cinnamon stick 20th zedoary 41st cinnamon stick 21st zedoary 42nd cinnamon stick QUANTITIES Herbs a saltspoonful Seeds a saltspoonful *Cinnamon stick a little finger length Sassafras bark a little finger length Saffron a thread Other spices a saltspoonful Zedoary a teaspoonful folded in syrup or honey followed by a glass of hot water * If in powder form use a saltspoonful. omit three nights.
alternatively it may be added to cold milk and heated. It is preferable to use fine virgin olive oil in dressings. A. they should on no account be sugared. put into a butter cloth funnel and the boiling water poured gradually over it. O. tea for the spiritual base and cocoa for the intellectual base. Vegetable oils withstand a much higher temperature before burning. Sunflower. All spices (including the cinnamon stick). with the exception of the sassafras bark.COM .LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. otherwise one should wait two and a half to three hours after a meal before doing so. those who follow mental pursuits retard their development by their use. For this reason all foods prepared therewith partake of the same conditions. Cocoa shell tea is preferable as it has not the same deleterious effects and is excellent for the kidneys. used with discretion as they excite the nerves and promote the retention of waste matter in the blood. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » All herbs and seeds to be taken dry and well masticated. followed by a cupful of hot water first thing in the morning. If one is in normal health one may drink one hour after meals. and causes the body to become heated owing to the fever arising on account of the excessive action imposed upon the stomach and digestive organs. During the summer months oils are out of season. add one pint of cold water and one tablespoonful of brown sugar. Chocolate combines well as a drink especially when strawberries are used for a meal. cotton seed. Use cream therewith in place of milk to avoid acidity. It ought to be ground very finely. OILS Animal oils should be avoided. TEA COFFEE COCOA CHOCOLATE Tea and coffee should be regarded as stimulants and. Moreover. soups. Nothing that undergoes roasting should be boiled. Add cream or 53 WWW. soak it in milk or water for an hour or so and then steam slowly on the stove. The sassafras bark may be put into cold water and just brought to the boil. CHAPTER XI: BEVERAGES IT is undesirable to partake of a drink less than twenty minutes prior to a meal or immediately thereafter. and clarified butter should take their place. Z. induces nervousness. The boiling of coffee is an abomination. Lemon juice in tea neutralizes the tannin. otherwise clarified butter should be substituted. Cocoa and chocolate are inclined to clog the intestinal tract and should be used only occasionally and in season. The fine aroma and the delicate taste of roasted drinks are their principle value and these are best retained by preparation in the manner referred to. ' In case the spices cause an eruption of the skin. an irritating and highly poisonous liquid developed during burning. stews. boil until syrupy for at least twenty minutes. sesame.DR. Coffee is the appropriate beverage for the physical base. Burnt fat contains acrolein. and for frying. To prepare: grate one ounce of the finest bitter chocolate. not only are they indigestible. Even cereal coffee should never be boiled. animal oil when used for frying is liable to become overheated. but they pollute the blood stream. are to be steeped in milk overnight and taken hot first thing in the morning. corn. add to the cup of milk a saltspoonful of Sugar of Milk. peanut or nut are only for those who are manually employed. as it weakens the gastric juices.
One or two drops of real essence of vanilla in tea is helpful in cases of dizziness. thyme. and roots like sassafras. camomile. dandelion. a drop of vanilla for each cup of chocolate.. roots and barks. etc. are remedial in many disorders. violet (including the leaves) and wild rose. When tea or coffee is served. cover and allow it to stand overnight. half and half. as this induces fermentation. although not sugared but taken along with sweet pastries and cakes. A. also teas made from the various sweet herbs like marjoram. Use one ounce to 1 ½ pints of water. Bitter herbs.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. to the ordinary tea. A small piece of vanilla pod is of great value where the nervous system is depleted. as in this way it aids digestion. reversal of this rule is one of the greatest causes of constipation. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » unsweetened tinned milk. and cold drinks with hot meals. etc. tea or coffee may be steeped in a little cold water overnight and then infused as necessary. especially the flowers of the buttercup.. honeysuckle. palsy may be overcome by its persistent use in homoeopathic doses. it is best prepared in milk: one teaspoonful to a pint of milk. Strain and take a wineglassful warm before meals or before retiring. O. have the same unpleasant consequences as sweetened drinks. Tea (Indian or China) should be prepared in a porcelain pot and cold water poured thereover.. Black tea goes with fruits and black coffee with vegetables but must be used sparingly. Alternatively. and beat with an egg whisk for two or three minutes and serve at once. especially if milk has been added thereto. linden. Coffee should be taken black. but if tea is taken at breakfast time. such as cascara. alternating from one kind to another over a period according to individual needs and in response to the promptings of the spirit. Leaves and blossoms should be infused in the same manner as ordinary tea.DR. Roots and barks: these should be bruised or crushed beforehand. it should be black. mint. mint. Do not add additional water thereto as it is inclined to unloosen the tannin which is deleterious to the intestinal tract. Marjoram is one herb not made with water. should be taken first thing in the morning as they stimulate the circulation and are inclined to disturb one's sleep if taken in the evening. gentian root. Prepared with March rain water herbs are the best blood purifiers known. enrich the blood and keep the body free from disease. following a meal. barks and roots upon the stomach and liver and leaves upon the kidneys and intestines. besides being agreeable to the taste. Remove from the stove just before boiling point has been reached. nettle. Teas made from all kinds of fresh blossoms will prove very effective in many ailments. The bitter herbs stimulate. Bring to the boil in a closed vessel and simmer gently for twenty minutes. tea should be served with a slice of lemon. no cream or sugar should be added thereto. For afternoon tea cream is permissible. All green herbs contain in addition to iron. Use one ounce of herb to one pint of boiling water. elder. Drinks like tea and coffee. stir well. just enough to soak and allow the leaves to uncoil. Blossoms act upon the pores of the skin.COM . They should be much more freely used. A systematic practice of using herb drinks will reveal the fact that human nature has the endowments of a laboratory capable of creating elixirs of life. The addition of thyme. Z. MEDICINAL HERB TEAS Herbs develop in man's laboratory medicinal compounds required to set derangements in order. provided that one supplies the system with herbs in homoeopathic doses. is beneficial to the system. Serve after three minutes. marjoram or other sweet herbs. Hot drinks go with cold meals. 54 WWW. then add boiling water quickly and cover tightly. etc. Cold drinks with meals slow down digestive action and are detrimental whilst hot drinks cause fermentation. wormwood. sage. Strain and take a wineglassful before meals or before retiring. certain remedial agencies like quinine in its natural organized state and which acts beneficially on the system. the aromatic kind eliminate. parsley.
slippery elm bark. etc. Serve with milk and a dash of nutmeg or cinnamon or add lemon juice. Juices which require to be heated for curative purposes should not be brought into direct contact with dry heat hut poured into a glass container and then placed in a sauce. celery seed. Herbs of leaves and blossoms should not be boiled as boiling adversely affects the aromatic principle thereof. Take a small handful and pour thereover a pint of boiling water. pan of water and heated gradually. inhale thé steam and sip the liquid while hot. melon. Linseed tea is excellent for coughs.. etc. otherwise the extractive principles are lost. Steep in cold water overnight. Lemon juice may be added to herb drinks with beneficial results. Agar-agar. raspberry tea promotes generative action and thyme tea is beneficial in colitis and intestinal affections. Some herbs are best prepared in cold water. Slippery elm bark tea is very soothing in the case of digestive derangements and also acts as a cleanser in all female generative troubles. it proves an excellent drink in nervous affections.COM . e. O.. six camomile blossoms and six mint leaves. A. Irish moss may be added to any other herb drinks. strawberry. also for pulmonary affections. On no account use sugar therewith.S. add a piece of rock candy or liquorice and pour thereover the steaming hot linseed.A.. cure nervousness and induce a soothing sleep. tie up in a muslin bag and extract the juice by means of a potato squeezer.g. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Where roots and barks are pulverised into powder form they may be infused in the same manner as the leaves and blossoms.DR. pear. Roots and barks may be boiled a few minutes. They should be put into cold water and allowed to heat gradually or boiling water should be poured thereon. A mixture composed of two parts of senna pods. Place three cupfuls of water in a pan. Take it for three days in every ten and linseed tea for ten days each month. the vessel covered tightly and then allowed to stand awhile. should be put on the stove in cold water and heated gradually.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. etc. skin eruptions. as Bitter Clover (Menyanthes Trifoliata). Fresh violets steeped as a tea will tone the blood. Violets contain a potency which is efficacious in eradicating scrofulous conditions. add one tablespoonful of linseed and allow to boil slowly for ten minutes or so and then strain. fruits like the pomegranate should be cut in half and placed on a lemon squeezer. Bogbean or buckbean herb tea is nature's panacea for all digestive affections.g. Violet or orris root powdered and made à la French drip will prove to be an excellent drink and of value to those suffering from kidney and bladder disorders: it has the action of absorbing mucous. The leaves of small fruit berries such as blackberry. camomile flowers. Z.. also a combination of six senna pods. Albuminous or mucilaginous substances like linseed. FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICES Fruit juices whether diluted or undiluted are beneficial in many disorders and act as eliminators. The former should be taken freely by those who suffer from gall stones. etc. Irish and Iceland moss. Bran (cleaned) and lightly browned in a slow oven makes an excellent drink. Squeeze the juice of a baked lemon into a glass. mandrake root. gentian root. should be dried and used freely as teas. Apple and pear peelings should also be dried and stored in separate glass airtight containers. It is known in U. currants. senna pods and leaves. e. one part each of buckthorn and blackhaw makes an excellent regulator and purifier. raspberry. The pure juices of root vegetables may be extracted likewise by resorting to a fine grater and a 55 WWW. avoid coffee and tea when taking treatment.. In order to extract the juice of fresh pineapple. avoid coffee during the treatment. grate the fruit on a fine grater. colds and catarrh. Use four tablespoonfuls to one quart of water and boil for ten minutes. etc.
When the glands are inactive. roots. The juice of white grape. heated to 100 deg. taken morning and evening for at least three weeks. Z. A glass of orange juice in which raw egg has been whisked. and with it a further sip. Orange juice may be similarly treated. avoiding the 56 WWW. lethargy. prune or raisin with the addition of distilled water. Then breathe out slowly and to the limit before taking in another breath... widening the scope of understanding and increasing the storehouse of knowledge. The discovery of the functions of the glands reveals that they not only possess numerous elements which help to charge the blood stream. inasmuch as the normal functioning of the various glands increases vital energy. it is found that this ether corresponds to the elements of the brain. Upon investigation and careful analysis. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » muslin bag. indol. ulcers and growths in general. quickens it. due to crystallization. promoting longevity. Make a point of breathing in fully and then take a sip. A. O. The juice of baked lemon whisked up in a glass of fresh milk makes a refreshing and sustaining drink and will assist in eliminating acids from the system. etc. The pure undiluted juices of vegetables have many curative properties. they should he well rinsed in cold water and then run through a mincer and similarly treated. adrenal and the gonoidal. indican and other substances detrimental to physical well-being. vigour and buoyancy. gum troubles. nervousness. thereby raising the rate of internal and external vibrations. there are certain foods which assist in increasing the flow of the secretions necessary for tissue building and stimulation of brain activity. pituitary.DR. aids in the eradication of tuberculosis and pulmonary affections. Organized mineral salts are derived from various vegetables and edible plants. fatty and albuminous foods which are conducive to the production of skatol. and together with the life-rays and Ga-Llama – the life principle – when charging the brain. etc. thyroid. thymus. i. are co-related to certain organs in the body and which they control. CHAPTER XII: GLAND FOODS CULTURES THE importance of the Glandular System in relation to physical and mental well-being is now recognised. solaroid. will prove an excellent remedy for reducing tumors.e. The endocrine glands.COM . and calls into operation the intelligences contained therein. restlessness. When taking a hot drink. Wholesome drinks may be made from finely ground fig. sugary. but they develop ether retained by them for purposes generally unknown. fletcherizing it thoroughly with an accompanying thought that every drop is to fulfil its purpose. the pineal. ear. and it is desirable to select dishes which are most conducive to the quickening process. Whilst it is true that the glandular system will only yield its precious substances by stimulation through appropriate exercise and song. gout and neuritis. especially for curative purposes. it indicates that the corresponding gland is not yielding and distributing freely the glandular substances generated thereby. When these organs become impaired. Undiluted juice of orange or lemon combined with a pinch of powdered garlic is effective in removing a tendency to rheumatism. if allowed to develop over a very slow flame for several hours and will also prove remedial. Orange juice contains alkalines while egg contains albumen and sulphur. do not pour it down as if one were a giraffe. affections of the eye.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. turn it in the mouth several times. there is lack of energy. These conditions indicate an indulgence in too many starchy. throat. nose. In the case of green leaf vegetables. this combination provides saline substances to surround the physical cells.
in the following manner: separate the yolk from the white. on agar. also puddings of various kinds. An egg may be added. and drink two glasses of hot water. take the agar in fruit juices. Sea water has a great healing and stimulating effect upon the body and sea-weeds absorb out of the ocean brine the salts. The spring is the most appropriate season for taking the treatment of cultures like Agar-agar. Gradually all the organs will adjust themselves and one becomes invigorated despite all weaknesses. and for breakfast take some fruit with dextrinized raw rolled oats together with one dessert-spoonful of agar. tuberculosis. nervous and glandular systems. Turn into individual moulds or into one dish. it may be used for making fruit or milk moulds. if desired. In the case of colds: take first thing in the morning on an empty stomach one cupful of strong wormwood tea. Take every morning for a period a dessert-spoonful of dry agar followed by a glass of hot water or a cup of tea or coffee. it is well to resort to the Milk Cure. Stir until the ingredients have come to the boiling point.-or. A.DR. 1 pint of fresh milk and a cupful of unsweetened tinned milk. and acts mildly on the liver. granulated or in strips. if desired. especially where the organs are weak. Agar may be sprinkled over vegetable or fruit salads. resort to hot baths and stimulate the system by rubbing the body vigorously with a hot towel„ afterwards rubbing in well almond oil with the hands. Irish moss and Iceland moss. as preferred.Take every day five dessert-spoonfuls of agar in hot milk or distilled water-one spoonful to each glass. The water combined with the soap foam drive everything into the lower chamber of the stomach and thus assist elimination. It contains organized potash and iodine. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » heavier kinds of food which impede the normal functioning of the circulatory. Irish moss or Iceland moss may be taken in conjunction with the agar treatment with beneficial results Fasting. or even weeks. inasmuch as nature at this time responds more readily to any and every change in diet. If very depleted and the digestive system is worn out. Turn out into moulds. afterwards returning the mixture to the pan and bring to the boil. Z. One hour later take a teaspoonful of dry agar. For those to whom fasting does not appeal„ one can live for many days. For liver affections: in the morning swallow on an empty stomach a piece of olive oil soap about the size of a pea. alternatively. including scrofula. Immediately afterwards drink one or two glasses of hot water with a pinch of cayenne therein. ulcers. Dissolve 1 dessertspoonful of agar in two cupfuls of cold water. with the addition of agar. Whisk the white of egg until quite stiff. Agar Mould. either in its dry form or prepared in various ways.COM . which is very warming. The thyroid glands.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. This method of cleansing the intestines is often better than resorting to the colon douche. to obtain the best results. It should be taken dry. consumption. Owing to its gelatinous properties. whisk the yolk separately 'in a basin and pour thereon the hot liquid gradually in spoonfuls to avoid curdling. Add thereto a little honey. assuring a state of general well-being and resisting any and every invasion of foreign germs. absorb biochemically the salts conducive to further distilling processes peculiar to the functioning of these glands. Place on the stove until the agar has dissolved. . also a similar quantity between meals. During such treatment. etc. also to thicken soups. for example. which assist elimination and regulate bowel action. tonics and vitamins so invigorating to the physical constitution. gout. Agar creates the process of insulin where the cells have lost their energy.. O. or used in hot milk. and lay it 57 WWW. with the addition of eggs. AGAR-AGAR Agar-agar (Gelidium Amansii) is a seaweed which is invaluable in all cases of organic disorders. and do not hold the eliminating muscles in position.
and grows abundantly in the mountainous regions of northern countries. cardamon. It is excellent in chronic pulmonary affections. and add thereto any desired flavouring. and allow to set. Yolk of egg or coffee flavouring may be added. and owes its bitterness to an acid principle known as cetraric acid. one may add to the dregs one or other of the following: celery. pulmonary complaints. Iceland moss contains a large percentage of a kind of starch called lichenin. (e) curried rice and sweet pepper. Turn into a mould or individual cups. especially the gonoidal glands. Salsify is a particularly good gland-building food. kidney and bladder disorders. Foods which create vitamins are conducive to the quickening of the glands. avocado. immersing it therein either with a plunger or a large spoon until well covered. A.. almond or other flavouring may be added or a little grated crystallized or preserved ginger may be placed in the moulds before pouring the agar mixture thereon. digestive disturbances. Afterwards take a cupful of the moss to a quart of distilled water and simmer slowly until the gelatinous substance is extracted. (c) asparagus and raw cucumber. and is excellent in all cases of intestinal affections. mango.DR. etc. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » evenly over the hot liquid. Vanilla. In order to build up the system in general. Take a cupful of washed moss and add thereto 1 quart of milk. In the case of pulmonary affections. dysentery and general weakness. bruised sunflower or melon seeds. coughs. then strain through a sieve. able to the taste if orange or lemon juice is added thereto. (b) celeriac and raw rhubarb. as well as the brain and the nerves. salsify. it will be found invaluable for toning up the glandular system. It may be taken as a beverage or used in the preparation of fruit and milk moulds. or ground almond. The dregs should be preserved in order to obtain a second extraction or for use dry in salads. It commences peristaltic action and cleanses the intestinal tract. especially in combination with (a) tomato. etc. it combines harmoniously with other herb drinks. Z. O. The dregs may be used in various ways. IRISH MOSS Irish Moss (Chondrus Crispus) or Carrageen Moss is a seaweed which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America. Then bring it quickly to the boiling point and remove from the fire. half and half. It is rich in iodine and sulphur. linseed tea should be taken in conjunction therewith. fennel. are also helpful in stimulating gland activity: artichoke (globe). pine or pecan nuts. goat's cheese. 58 WWW. It is also to be found on the mountains of Great Britain and Ireland. anise. (d) raw chopped onion and radish. lima bean. For Moulds.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. okra (gumbo). allow to simmer for 30 minutes in a double pan.COM . The following vegetables. Iceland moss may be used in precisely the same manner as the Irish moss. Irish moss may be taken freely and is more agree. catarrh. assist to feed the glands. ICELAND MOSS Iceland Moss (Cetraria Islandica) is really a lichen rather than a moss. Strain through a cheese-cloth and sweeten to taste with honey. The moss should be thoroughly cleansed and drained. and is specially characteristic of the lava slopes and plains of Iceland. also puddings of various kinds. Olive oil and lemon juice.
m. followed by 2 tablespoons of cream of wheat.0 p. Goat's milk. that is to say. administering a tablespoonful every other day. 6. corresponding and scientific combination. Use honey or brown cane sugar. Goat's milk. 3 oz. The breast-fed babe up to six months of age requires nothing additional except one ounce of heated orange juice and three ounces of fennel tea daily. 3. Fennel tea. her milk will tend also to constipate the child. 59 WWW. NUTRITION OF INFANTS AFTER BREAST FEEDING 6 TO 18 MONTHS OF AGE When the infant awakens 6.45 p. 2 heaped teaspoons grated apple mixed with ½ teaspoon of cream.DR. coffee. Goat's milk. If the infant does not take all the milk. followed by 7 oz. If constipated.0 a. all being well. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » CHAPTER XIII: NUTRITION CHILDHOOD TO MATURITY THE average mind has begun to realise that disposition. increase the amount of orange juice and introduce whipped banana into the diet.m. Continued irregularity is a sign that the mother should change her diet. Bath. 3 oz.m. A. Orange juice. ½ teaspoon of honey.45 a. Infants should have a bowel movement after each feed. 2 oz. and therefore it is preferable to massage the abdomen gently and also the back. Goat's milk. sweets. Fennel tea. Allow to stand 2 minutes. Z. 11. RECIPE FOR FENNEL TEA 1 teaspoon dry fennel seed added to 1 pint of boiling water. relative. then 7 oz. Fennel tea. O. Distilled water. Avoid giving infants stimulants such as tea.m. etc.COM . Artificial remedies for bowel movement should be avoided. it must not be forced. sugar. Elder flower tea may be also used from time to time.m. By taking mild senna-pod tea. 3 oz. then pour off and add 2 ½ teaspoons of honey. Fennel tea is a panacea for all infant ailments. RECIPE FOR GOAT'S MILK 5 oz. Breast-fed infants are permitted to suckle nine to twelve times in twenty-four hours. Fennel tea may be alternated with linden blossom tea (lime-blossom). that much depends upon proper. which has meanwhile been secreted and remains available if the mother feeds herself principally on wheat dishes and some fruit. 7 oz. Babes receive their first food only twenty-four to thirty-six hours after birth in the form of mother's milk.0 a. 7 oz. goat's milk.m. and when the weather is cold use very thin linseed tea.0 p. temperament. 9. Should there be an early indication that the bony structure is being retarded.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. morals and success depend largely upon the food and drink partaken of. the mother will regulate herself as well as the child through her milk.m.0 a. seven to nine times daily. 1 oz. 7 oz. 5. Goat's milk. 7.
barley. will refuse all food. To prepare: soak ½ cupful of whole-grain wheat in cold water for 48 hours. Children who are given plenty of fresh sweet butter (unsalted). Vegetables should be used mostly in the form of salads or otherwise baked. The groats should not. and the juice of dried figs or raisins which have been steamed. and the child should not be prevented from so doing. milk and cream. the child. on the contrary. a little salt. pass it through a colander and return both the purée and the residue to the saucepan. and some vegetables. as well as in all infant diseases. if. After the babe has been weaned (normally at nine months).COM . are called for. Add thereto one pint of fresh milk. Occasionally a softboiled fresh egg in season is permissible. Where a reserve of gruel is desired. Strain and then add thereto one quart of water and cook it slowly in an earthenware jar in the oven or in a double boiler for three hours or more. orange juice. tonsilitis. it knows intuitively exactly what it needs. Should the babe be weakly. without their being cleansed. which uphold the bony structure as we1Ps as the teeth. Remember always that all gruels for children up to the age of seven years should be strained. as they supply ingredients such as calcium lime. this should not occasion anxiety. This liquid will keep good for several days. oats. most of the time it will sleep itself to health. it should receive principally groats of all kinds. and with that it will eat itself to better health than it previously possessed.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. It is an old Mazdaznan custom that a babe should not be visited until it is two years old. carrot. however. that a part of its being has been retarded in its development. This gruel may be given to babes in a feeding bottle. When tender. in like manner to the animal. etc. After the butter. Even should a child desire to eat sand or bran. and frequent change of linen. O. A child who refuses food has a reason for so doing. sorrel. various cereals. In fevers. hot baths followed by sweat: packs. and sweeten with 1 ½ tablespoonfuls of sugar of milk or a teaspoonful of honey or brown cane sugar. rice and corn are indispensable to children. dry them immediately and pass them through a nut mill. luncheon and dinner. heavy in thinking and slow in learning. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Where goat's milk is not available. will escape affections of the throat.. but in addition provide for good stools. and if the babe dislikes them. of tendencies inherited from the father. etc. varied groats are the right food for breakfast. the water to be changed each day and fresh added. After blanching the almonds. and after cooking.a cheese cloth. Wheat... adding the fresh milk and other ingredients as indicated. with hot distilled water added. particularly those ripening above the ground. add to the foregoing. If left alone. it indicates. a teaspoonful at a time. Should it take grass. A. a thin gruel made from whole-grain wheat makes an excellent liquid food for babes and may be administered immediately maternal lactation ceases or is lacking. Z. In cases of illness.DR. increase the quantities of wheat and water proportionately. 60 WWW. 2 TO 8 YEARS OF ACE After the second year and up to eight years of age. rye. be sweetened. some ginger cake should be shredded into the groats. To persuade a child to eat or even force it with threats or intimidation makes the child ill. Allow it to come slowly to simmering point and then pass it through . every hour hot herb tea or fruit juice. up to the age of seven years. at the same time as the milk. a larger amount of selection in fruits. thought of. they should have hot water or milk with no bread added thereto. The fruit juices indicated are to be administered in small quantities in order to serve as a tonic and to assist the eliminative processes. and adenoids. Should the babe be still somewhat difficult because. strain through a cheese cloth. proceed likewise. Use as required. and after that positively demand some kind of nourishment which even the most resourceful mother would not have. it desires a certain food. the meal of 10 finely milled blanched almonds.
in others more vegetables. Too much yeasted bread is not desirable as its stimulating properties irritate the delicate organs. however. Tea and coffee should not be introduced until after the adolescent period. Puberty often begins round about the sixth year in the case of a girl. At the period of puberty it is but natural for the system to call for liquids even of a more stimulating nature. Pulses in limited quantities may be taken. 9 TO 17 YEARS OF AGE From nine to seventeen years of age is a critical period. Local fruits and citrus fruits should be taken regularly for breakfast and dinner. virility and eruptions. In some instances more fruit. and therein lies the root of many evils. the diet is to be quite varied. eggs. Z. Nevertheless. and consequently the acid producing substances are disposed of through the various channels of elimination. but not at meal time. and the individual must be given an opportunity to make his own selection.DR. The more perfect the. provided that nothing else other than fresh unsalted butter and honey is administered. cream. Woman is fully matured at twenty-one. which then are not harmful if allowed only occasionally. milk preparations. but it is preferable that they should resort more to the luscious fruits to satisfy nature's demands. Form the habit of drinking before or between meals.COM . Eggs and fermented cheese in season are permissible in moderation. 61 WWW. dumplings and such batter foods as need milk in their preparation. however. as they are builders of tissue. Water may be used in any quantity away from meals. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Whooping cough can likewise be relieved in the shortest time. fruits also twice a day and not less than once. With each succeeding generation. only occasionally steamed or fried. also more tuberous foods. age. More diverse fruits and cereals are indicated. however well meant. The adolescent period is usually between nine and seventeen. it approaches at an earlier. Divers herb teas of an eliminating nature are recommended to be used copiously. A. man at forty years of age. Too much food. Cereal preparations of a dextrinous kind are in order. produces a feverish condition in the reproductive glands and brain. and a selection of pulses in small quantities. like cocoa. particularly in warm climates and where a balanced diet has been observed. bearing in mind that temperament and characteristics should remain the governing elements and not impositions. or food which is rich in albumen. cheese. Vegetables should be taken in the form of salads or otherwise baked. rice. too hot. 18 TO 33 YEARS OF AGE From eighteen to thirty-three years of age.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. milk. children sometimes long for leavened rolls. During adolescence. The drinking of water with meals is undesirable. child is in every way. in order to allow the natural process of renewal in the body to take place in an ordered way. care should be taken not to make it a habit to administer such drinks at meal time. the younger it is when passing into puberty. The tuberous vegetables are to be used in quantities corresponding to individual temperament. as they are very active out of doors. are called for according to temperament. and adhere more closely to gruels. all food containing albumen or stimulants should be avoided for a period of one year or longer. In cases of indolence. although suggestions should be made in a spirit of scientific knowledge. Children of school age require a certain quantity of liquids. use his own judgment. as they are too stimulating in their effect. O. As soon as the period of puberty is entered by either girl or boy. A girl enters puberty earlier than a boy. particularly dairy foods: butter. chocolate and tea. Salads should be served twice a day. it is advisable to let up on pulses as well as tubers and root vegetables. but those developing into maturity and who are strongly sexed should abstain from all irritating foods.
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Dairy foods are permissible in season; one egg per day and mild cheese of various brands. Butter should be discarded, especially where there is a tendency to catarrh – in it throat, nasal or stomach. In cases of partial impotency or kidney affections, it is well to discard the use of eggs, except the white of egg, which is very beneficial in the case of digestive disorders. Avoid the use of fermented cheese with pulse dishes (a sprinkling of grated cheese is permissible), also cheese with eggs. In the case of stomach disorders resort to either (a) white of egg well beaten to a froth and take before meals; or (b) take one ounce of gum arabic and pour thereover one pint of boiling water; stir until dissolved. Take one tablespoonful before meals. Either of these treatments helps to put a lining on the walls of the stomach and so assist the work of digestion. Citrus fruit juices with milk are permissible, also small fruit jelly drinks, hot or cold. Plenty of celery, parsley, leek, chive, rhubarb and onion should figure in the dietary.
34 TO 45 YEARS OF AGE
From thirty-four to forty-five years of age; to the aforementioned should be added raw egg and eggnog, fermented cheese and cream (in season); less acidulous fruits, but a greater variety of baked vegetables and stews. Frequent use may be made of the small fruits in season, particularly the bilberry, loganberry, raspberry and currants; use them fresh or the juice thereof prepared as jellies or in drinks. Aromatic herb teas are also in order.
46 TO 55 YEARS OF AGE
From forty-six to fifty-five years of age, the diet should undergo frequent changes and the Milk Cure resorted to in the spring time. Dried pulses in moderation and baked vegetables are in order; also dried fruits. Use dextrinized cereals frequently, especially barley and rice, yet in small quantities at a time. Less fried dishes are needed. Avoid eggs and butter; also acidulous fruits and vegetables. Plenty of juicy fruits during the fruit season and dried fruits during the nonproductive period are called for. Indulge in raw onion, celeriac, celery, parsley, artichoke, French endive, chicory, sorrel, fennel, squash, pumpkin and its seeds, raw grated apple and cream. More spices are called for and frequent indulgence in herb teas are advised in order to keep open the channels of elimination. Mild black coffee and tea are permissible in strict moderation.
56 TO 58 YEARS OF AGE
From fifty-six to fifty-eight are critical ages; one may be ever so well up to that time. Nevertheless, the elements do not flow as readily into the blood stream, although ether may still charge the grey matter of the brain. At any rate, "an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure" and "forewarned is forearmed." One needs to be cautious and remember that very little of the nourishing kinds of food is required; the system demands more of the natural tonics and eliminators to ensure good health, good looks and a good mentality to enable the individual to respond to every demand made upon him. Small dainty meals comprised of highly. concentrated as well as eliminating dishes should be the rule, with a constant change of menu. Change of climate and altitude are advised, also sea voyages. Diverse herb drinks are an absolute necessity at this period. In some cases the use of bicarbonate of soda and cream of tartar as a treatment are advised before meals and after meals from three to six grains of willow bark charcoal. Drink distilled water copiously. In case of kidney, bladder and liver affections, take to the use of clabber or whey; see page 43 for method
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of preparation. Glandular and harmony exercises should be indulged in daily and interest in every walk of life encouraged. Except perhaps in the case of the manual worker, two meals per day are adequate to maintain perfect health. The practice of indulging in three or more meals per day should be discarded as they are entirely unnecessary. It is the babe only that must be fed from nine to twelve times per day. As a child, from five to seven times per day. In youth, from three to four times per day.
After maturity, only one to two meals per day at most, for the reason that a matured body no longer adds substances, but merely exchanges reflective actions, sustaining position of tissues, energies and intelligences composing the form. When one has completed a structure, one does not keep on building. Then why continue to fill oneself with material after having reached maturity when it cannot be used for building purposes, but necessarily remains in the way? This material quickly becomes an obstacle unto intelligences desiring to occupy the space of the building. The body is the temple of the living God, through which the intelligences express their power and forces. To keep a building in good repair, very little material and attention are required.
CHAPTER XIV: MONTHLY SEASON HINTS
THE month of spicy foods and hot dishes. Horse radish is in season and is a fine tonic for the liver and stomach; grate it fresh and drop into hot milk, adding a little flour to thicken. Pulses are in order, but they should be used sparingly. Barley and rice are also in season. Pine kernel and pistachio nuts should be always on the table during this month. Artichoke, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, celery, celeriac, cauliflower, and salsify are timely and should be cooked conservatively or taken raw in salads. Black radish is good at this season in combination with olive oil; it is excellent for the kidneys and scrofulous conditions. Pineapple is in season; take one tablespoonful of the fresh juice on an empty stomach before each meal. Mango will be found remedial in all kidney affections; it also tones up the nerves. Use it at the first meal of the day. Avoid too much bread and potato at this period. Cereals, including oatmeal, are in order. Butter (clarified) and eggs are permissible in moderation; fermented cheese is best left alone. When going out, do not button up the coat to the neck. Give the neck freedom; allow the fumes of the body to be carried away by means of one's collared chimney. To avoid unnecessary coagulations in the system retarding perfect circulation, refrain from using eggs and highly fermented cheese at the same meal. Although a little unpleasant to the taste, garlic is still in season and should be used freely once a week. The proper way to use garlic as a tonic and remedy is to take hot dry toast and rub the garlic on it as one would spread butter. One large clove or two small ones will suffice. Toast and garlic taken with a dish of prunes will prove a splendid purgent. At this season of rush and feasting garlic will prove a preventative.
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The boiling of coffee is an abomination. Nothing that undergoes roasting should be boiled. Even cereal coffee should never be boiled. It ought to be ground very finely, put into a butter cloth funnel and the boiling water poured gradually over it. The fine aroma and the delicate taste of roasted drinks are their principal value and these are best retained by preparation in the manner referred to. To keep the bowels regular it is well on cold days, if going out in the morning, to take a few swallows of hot wormwood tea or vermouth cordial before partaking of food; the food itself should be of a consistency next to gruel, and a little fruit, particularly apple. Stimulants prove injurious only where improperly prepared and used to excess. Even chocolate is injurious where it is not allowed to boil with the sugar until syrupy, and afterwards thinned down with cream. Never put sugar into a cup of chocolate nor add cream to it. The cream must be added gradually to the boiling chocolate or the boiling chocolate poured over the cream and allowed to come to the boil. When serving be sure to add a pinch of salt. A mild and most effective laxative will be found in taking half a cupful of rich cream and filling up the other half of the cup with steaming drip Mocha coffee. Half an hour later take slowly the juice of a baked lemon. There should be six renal calls to two alvine calls a day during the winter or short season, be it South or North. To ensure regularity make it a point to eat fruits as the first course of the first meal of the day, and at other meals eat raw salads. At one time use grated beet; at another carrot or turnip. Serve salads on head lettuce, sprinkle freely with pine kernels, and season with a little lemon juice; and forget not that a sprig of parsley will help the good cause along. Crisp celery will assist in making many combinations. Once a week, at least, sprinkle salads with celery, anise or caraway seeds. Sore throats are very common these days, due to the exceptionally alternative changes in weather. Be sure to keep feet clean and dry. In case of colds abstain from baths; just rub the body and particularly the feet quite often with a rough towel. Upon the chest pour eucalyptus oil and place a blotter over it. Repeat this treatment daily, twice. Let the bill of fare be light; partake of green onion tops and onions in the evening. If raw onions disagree, place them well sugared into an oven and bake to a golden brown. Use them quite freely and apply hot water applications and almond oil to back lobes and neck and to throat and face. At night for comforters use an extra underlay. As to breathing, clear the nostrils with a hot water spray. Keep busy; occupy the mind with tasks of the day. Remain resolved. Where a cough has advanced to severity, check it at once by using one stick of liquorice dissolved in onehalf pint of fine grape brandy, using two or three tablespoonfuls of it every time the cough is troublesome. One half pint will suffice to check the disability. Grape fruit juice beaten into sweet cream will cool a swollen liver and promote better bowel action. Vegetable juices are particularly valuable to those whose system readily accumulates acids, annoying the body with affections like neuralgic pains and rheumatism.
THE month of high ideals and lofty calculations. The weather is changeable and conducive to, throat and nasal catarrh. February is the month of nerve replacement. Avoid stimulants of all kinds and also too much oily foods. Resort to frequent herb drinks, including those made from linseed, slippery elm bark and Irish moss. Do not drink with meals. Owing to the great energy on the part of nature,, the circulation is apt to become sluggish. Diminish the quantity of solid foods and resort to that of a more liquid consistency. Asparagus, artichoke, celery and celeriac are in season and are excellent remedial agents. Salads should include dandelion leaves, watercress, violets, sorrel, endive, horse radish, black
remember that the first thing to do is to stop eating. work as hard as possible. cities. or from carelessly compounded food. getting the feet damp and clammy. fig. Violet flowers eaten in salads or as a salad in small quantities will prove refreshing and arrest fibroidal growths and scrofula. use two to four grape fruits a day for ten days. or where the individual has been neglected through babyhood and again during the years of puberty. and be sure to eat rice with meals. cream. As men and women they will show lack of stamina at critical moments. resort to a diet which consists of wheat. all the vegetation and their classification known. Whatever one's trouble may be. hamlets. and the use of grape fruit is of inestimable value to those whose blood is heavy and the skin insufficiently active. For mental gymnastics call to mind all the countries. take a hot bath. beet and turnip. By morning one may feel hungry. and a cup of hot cocoa-shell tea. bathe quickly. using as much soap as can be rubbed all over the body. If so. Use grape fruit daily for at least twenty-one days. O. eggs and milk are out of season during the months of February and March. with an abundance of milk and almond flour. Make it a point to eat little. It is possible to have headaches from cold feet. and eat grapefruit when hungry. powder. and during Lent should savour their dishes with a pinch of gun. and subsist largely on gingerbread. chocolate. Grape fruit cures jaundice and blood diseases. then taken in doses of from one to two tablespoonfuls. and dry quickly. and the good people met in life's journey.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. thoroughly browned and dissolved while hot in lemon juice. sprinkled with the various aromatic seeds. and the memory will grow stronger. and often become distressed at even the slightest annoyance. After the bath drink several glasses of hot lemonade or take salted lemon juice and retire. also. For purification. pomegranate and cocoanut. Sufferers from eczema and other skin diseases will do well to abstain from salt of any kind. often complain of headaches even though cautious in their diet. Pursuing such a diet for at least five weeks will help to correct organic deficiencies and complete a cure of many maladies. No water should be added thereto.COM . Abstain from the use of cocoa. all the minerals handled. Shortness of breath during the cold season is best eradicated through the use of cane sugar. 65 WWW. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » radish. Butter. barley. rice and oatmeal gruels. A. Let rice be the principal dish. the mind brighter. digestive .out into the cold. Agar-agar should be also. adding the juice of raisin grape. and particularly for severe blood diseases and the various phases of poisoning. Very active temperaments. for three or four days. Drink water only. grated carrot. thus clearing the throat. all the works of art worthy of adoration. Z.disturbances and headaches will then not arise. (Sweet cider is fresh apple juice which has been boiled and bottled. adding a teaspoonful of oil of eucalyptus to the water. Cereal coffee and similar drinks disagree with most people during the months of February and March. have a few slices of toast with garlic. In case of general debility.) Dairy foods are advised largely in cases of malnutrition. Grape fruit is in season until the last week of Lent. Hot lemonades are seasonable. take a pint of sweet cider with the juice of two large lemons. coffee and tea. If one partakes of a meal and one has to go . The juice of three grapefruits will check a severe cold. and see to it that the toes have been well pulled and the feet thoroughly heated before putting on hose. To eradicate such conditions. sprinkled over salads. miserable feeling causing nausea. valleys. towns.DR. and the mood happier. also nervous people. except for remedial purposes. mountains. Fresh violets steeped as a tea will tone the blood and cure nervousness. one is apt to get a headache or a. fever. while the same food at other times agrees well with them. Keep up this exercise daily before retiring. or given to eruptions. Pure lemon juice used in large quantities will break up a cold. Lemonized milk or buttermilk is in order. Watercress is especially of value to sufferers from intestinal complaints. and if taken with a little rock candy or syrup will dissolve the phlegm. cold and cough. cheese (fermented). containing a few drops of lemon juice.
In that case remember that a good sweat bath is the best thing to prevent an advance of the trouble. well done and baked in a little oil.: Avoid the use of oatmeal at this season and resort to wheat and barley. MARCH MARCH the month of winds to clear the ethereal realms of stagnant elementaries. Purge the body with bitter herbs and take plenty of hot baths. soap should be used freely.COM . use them in biscuits. With cream this makes an excellent dish. use clarified butter or olive oil in their preparation. It is the month of many preparations. healing to the body and soothing to the mind. Grind the wheat fresh for each meal and use two tablespoonfuls of the whole wheat flour to each half pint of boiling water. use aromatic herbs such as celery. will call out the life substance or spirit essences of the food. This month assures speedy recovery from all ailments. caraway or fennel seed. If not convenient. O. anise. if used raw. gravies and for dessert. cinnamon and aniseed biscuits are in order. giving thought to the delightful pleasures of eating. do 66 WWW. and while doing so contemplating upon every move through the process of mastication. and as the earth by virtue of its intelligence determines magnetic flow owing to electric sparks in the atmosphere and gaseous combustions in the inner chambers of its solid body. it makes one considerate as what to eat and how to eat it. and it seems to hang on. take it in Passion Week. A. it ensures through right living many a mental accomplishment that otherwise could not be attained. take from one to three dips in a running stream. then take the dip in a tub filled to the brim. change of diet. it will keep indefinitely and will prove remedial when used with herbs. without cream it is better for the system. This can be avoided if they will attend to alvine calls and rub their feet frequently. Z. doughgods. if need be twice a day. with mushroom on the side. Onion soups with plenty of leek and celery root are the thing at this season for those who labour hard with muscle or brain. Pulses are in order in small quantities. First of all. and one will gladly pursue this method during the whole of Lent. Cocoa shell drinks and mild cocoa and chocolate are now in season. particularly mentally weak ones. retire to bed. When perspiring. though but for a day. marjoram. as a rule feel uncomfortable under such radical changes.DR. turning them into medicinal value. Garlic in small quantities should be used for remedial purposes. Second.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. chronic or otherwise. A sensitive body is a great blessing in many ways. and change hosiery about as often. parsley. letting water flow in and out continuously. Those who have kept well all Winter. if a cup of rose-leaf tea with lemon juice be taken first. if man would do the one thing absolutely necessary to aid and assist nature. Gingerbread. cover well and perspire for at least an hour. Weak people. Bed linen must be changed two or three times weekly during March. March rain water should be gathered and bottled. either a cold or a fever. Violet leaves steeped in March rain water are most effective in all scrofulous affections. Season cooked vegetable dishes alternately with a pinch of thyme. so man may renew his own strength by fasting his mind and chastising the body. If a fast is not taken during Lent. and abstinence from food entirely for one day out of seven or one out of three or four. Just try to partake of food quietly. Parsnip. some toast and garlic. If one wishes to be resurrected with the season. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Pine kernel and sweet almond nuts are of particular value this month for anemia and those who suffer from auto-intoxication. Eating little. as in salad dishes. absolutely. Take a hot bath and from seven to ten drops of tincture of jaborandi in a cup of hot water. Raisins are of particular value in March and throughout the early Spring. will be an ideal meal this month. see notes thereon in Chapter VI. often get a spell in Spring.
above all things. served on toast with watercress. Powdered orris root should be used freely.COM . well strained and cooled. Colds in April are conducive to asthma and hay fever.DR. Pulses are used during the Lenten season in small quantities to stir up the system. and if hungry take some raw cereal with cream. they must be used fresh. Butter (unsalted). will not only be wholesome but easily digested. milk and eggs are in season. Herb teas are still in order. cream. keep away from everyone who is not in harmony. radish. but grape fruit is by far better. tincture of colocynth. lettuce. affecting all the relative organs according to reflex laws. Keep it up for twenty-one days and then gradually discontinue it. are due to lack of assimilation. In others. Those given to pulmonary troubles or lung affections should drink fresh milk every night and eat nothing but a few tender greens. have good circulation of balmy breezes. the system adjusts itself readily to the change of season. The combination of butter and honey is excellent for those who are asthmatical. take one or more grape fruit. melt one teaspoonful of butter to one tablespoonful of honey and pour one pint of milk thereover. since it cools a swollen liver and eradicates disease germs of the blood contracted through sexual affections. buttermilk soup. The next day use freely fresh fruit juices. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » not move a hair's breadth. cheese (fermented). Violet roots are of great medicinal value to the scrofulous:. Drink while hot. Eat one grape fruit. while wheat dishes are in order. in some cases the liver seems to suffer. Asparagus. Thereafter use the fresh greens of the season. Vermicelli in milk. The petals of flowers and the tender bark of trees are now in order.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. First of all. Choose delicious fruits or selected vegetables as the market affords. Milk soups and milk dishes in general are very wholesome now that the variety of earth's products is still confined to a few greens. and use them freely. but drinks with meals are valueless at this season. A dram of young and tender calamus taken before each meal for a week or two will prove 67 WWW. In some cases the impoverished assimilative process will affect the generatives and induce troubles to the membranes in general. and after the meal the juice of half a baked lemon. and. attend to alvine calls and forget not the renal duties. Eggs scrambled with parsley. dandelion. rice or meal with a little cream. Whenever one's position seems uncomfortable. and with it the heart is drawn into sympathy. keep the pores open through mild perspiration. just take a few extra breaths. When through perspiring. drink the juice of grape fruit or lemon in any quantity desired. Always remember that all the ailments of the body. The juice of orange. etc. the organic disturbances will soon be set at ease. spinach and turnip are the best vegetables. green onion. not only for the invalid. Apply just a little every other day. at least. is a good tonic. keep comfortable with plenty of clean linen. O. if purgatives are added in the form of herbs. playing havoc with the respiratory action. sorrel in milk. If thirsty. 4 oz. APRIL APRIL the month of thunders and showers. aiding much in assimilation. change bedclothes and gown and retire to bed again for a good night's rest. every morning on an empty stomach. inducing general nervous debility. and if food is required take a handful of flaked corn. Z. but use absolutely no salt. acute or chronic. A universal preparation for the scalp and hair is the following: 1 oz. lack of assimilation takes revenge upon the pulmonary organs. with radish and green onion on the side. but for everyone whose desire it is to remain in accord with nature and the change of season. Twenty minutes before each meal and also thereafter. of cologne spirits. sorrel. A. Violet leaves make a good poultice for open sores and old scars. of beta-quinol. By attending to the assimilative processes. ½ oz. Sweets of all kinds should be discarded.
cheese (fermented). it is of medicinal value. A pinch of gunpowder with each meal will assist in relieving the system of eczema and other skin diseases. will dispel scurvy and gravel and remove tumours. If thirsty chew rhubarb. Finely cut onion. and deprive them not from the use of all such greens as appeal to their taste. During the sulphur treatment.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. or use the juice of the small fruit berries. use less dairy foods. Butter. as busy as the bee. as sweet as the flower. In liver and spleen affections. milk and cheese. will prove an excellent remedy for nervous prostration. as industrious as the ant. Lettuce with green onions and two tablespoonfuls of milk. in order to tone up the stomach. as fresh as the morning dew. Z. sweeten it with browned loaf. watercress. During saltpetre treatment use no pulses. Muffins. celery seed. Buttermilk and lemonized milk are in order. drink fresh milk in the early morning. and in cases of general debility. Eat the egg raw. but one may use dairy foods. Thoroughly mashed potato and re-mashed with ground raw peanut will prove a good dish. but it should be unsalted. still warm from the nest. but no cheese. Tropical and semi-tropical fruits are in order and should be used as eliminators and tonics. Lettuce with fresh unprepared cucumber and a few slices of raw potato is the. but more fruits. dandelion. keeping the face over the steaming cup. too. calamus. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » beneficial in case of generative or kidney affections.COM . while the sap of maple trees and the bark of wild fruit trees and small berries will aid them in their development. scones and other bake-ware are in order. Eat greens of all kinds that the local market affords. chives or green onion. If flavouring be desired. use plenty of green-leaf 68 WWW. MAY THE month of ozone and May flowers. mixed with chives and parsley. anise and other aromatic herbs. eaten daily. white of egg or gum arabic dissolved in rain or distilled water. and avoid using anything fried. Invalids following the same rule will soon recuperate and become more youthful. This is the time for the Milk Cure. use no eggs. milk and eggs are in season. Sulphur is beneficial if a pinch or two is taken shortly before and after meals. best food for dyspeptics. O. black coffee once a day with the regular meal will prove invaluable to those troubled with insomnia. Use absolutely no salt with the different vegetables or prepared dishes. also with tomato. May all be as happy as a singing bird. Invalids may use albumen.DR. has its virtues. Allow them plenty of milk when thirsty. Be particular about butter. Asthmatics should use horehound tea with lemon juice during this month. The egg cure. of course. Always drink on the breath. not to mix them with eggs. Use plenty of eggs. Butter may again be used. even for invalids. leaves or stems will clear the complexion and make the flesh firm. Keep the hands off the water jug. A pinch of charcoal before and after each meal will prove beneficial to the dyspeptic and to the asthmatic as well. Turnip with white onion. At the same time all parts affected should be touched with petrolatum and gunpowder. will do more to ward off consumption and tuberculosis than anything the pharmacopoeia can produce. cream. Dewdrops licked from grass blades. A pinch or two of saltpetre before and after each meal assists where the kidneys are affected. and add lemon juice and Irish moss tea thereto. A fresh-laid egg. including cottage cheese prepared with yarrow. discarding the germ. In dry climates. Sip hot. A. Let children eat young carrots upon an empty stomach. sorrel. use powdered orris root. sugar.
A. Discard gruels. Breakfast foods. Leave the oil for salads. Keep within the range of season and observe the local market. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » vegetables. A tobacco bath will prove very beneficial at this time. June. As the season advances use more fresh vegetables. with the rising sun as a sanctuary lamp and the rocks as an altar. get rid of it at once by taking five sticks of liquorice and dissolve them in one pint of grape brandy. anoint the body with almond oil. and an additional sun bath for a few minutes. will draw impurities from the system. dust-covered roads and in clear-flowing streams. and one tablespoonful every two hours thereafter until all is consumed. Vinegar will prove excellent in sponge baths. when the spirit prompts. throat and nasal affections. while the growth of vegetation shall be the sacred vessels which hold the mystery of life. Avoid heavy gowns and learn to retire without a stitch. A rain bath whenever an opportunity is offered will prove very beneficial in nerve afflictions. The best thing for weak joints or swellings is the raw yolk of egg applied with a camel-hair brush. Garlic is particularly effective during May. Use no tinned goods this month. one will note the difference in the effect. asparagus and parsley are an excellent combination for digestive disorders and weak kidneys. It is preferable. Combine with crushed wheat or steamed barley. Butter (unsalted) is particularly valuable during the month of May to those suffering from lung. turn the hot water on them and take a good bath. a marked improvement will result both physically and mentally. but butter. and bandage the parts with either linen cloth or soft brown paper. Have no soups now except on cold. Whenever thirsty drink only lemonade or lemon milk. It is beneficial to walk in freshly ploughed ground or bury the feet in clay for 20 minutes. This. After a thorough rub. Rub them thoroughly and oil them. Rhubarb. Butter should be clarified. Soups requiring water in 'their preparation are no longer in season. then take a good walk. but those suffering from digestive disorders and catarrhal conditions should abstain therefrom. use one teaspoonful of boiled vinegar to one gallon of water. All kinds of fruit berries are in order. whether that cough be loose or muffled. fruits and salads. should be taken twice a day in small quantities for those who suffer from a torpid liver.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. In using more milk. tender and small. Z. and they should never be served without oils. to use doughgods. never behind the head of the bed. gingerbread combines well therewith. Sorrel is excellent for the digestives and assists in the case of a swollen liver. see notes thereon in Chapter VI. Use very little bread. during the warm weather. Should a cough become apparent during this month. Don't miss early May walks over dewy grass. Wait until the new nuts come in and. Sleep with windows wide open. use milk. soups and stews. 69 WWW. Perform devotional exercises and recite prayers out in the open. at any rate they should not be used with cream or sugar. Mushroom. This will make the skin clear and velvety and improve the skin action. Do not sit upon the ground or rocks this month.DR. or prepared foods are entirely out of order at this season. chilly days. upon the lawn or in the woods. less solids and other foods are required. If liquid foods or dishes are desired. either facing or on the side. Lemon juice should be used always on salads. so called. rainy. Keeping the body oiled just lightly will make the skin active and maladies of a physical nature will in time be conquered. grating and chopping. Nuts are out of season and of no value. slicing. O. Take a handful of tobacco strips. also pulses. in soups. throw them into the tub. July and August but they should be used sparingly. radish and onion therewith and very little grain or cereal foods. Cooking should be discarded now and only such dishes should be used as require no particular preparation except that of cutting. and if various breathing exercises are taken while keeping the feet in clay. Take three tablespoonfuls every half hour for three hours. ensures vigour. however. and then do not use oil.COM . Baking powders are permitted in baked wares during May.
discard the small fruits and take the milk diet. Have it just once – perhaps twice – and no more. It tones the stomach. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Powdered violet or orris root is better than salt and spices at this season. Fresh. Muffins. Even butter has to be used with caution. rolls and scones may be eaten with sweet butter. or using the juice only. If milk disagrees. Raw beaten eggs with strawberries will cool the feverish brow and improve the action of the kidneys and liver. will prove a splendid remedy for nervous prostration. mash and press them through a sieve. macerate and tie them about the ankles and other swollen places. Dandelion and sliced radishes eaten between two. with a soft boiled egg and a fresh buttered muffin or roll it will answer for a plain meal. with a few caraway and anise seeds will remove worms. will prove efficacious in digestive disorders. aids the kidneys and ensures a healthy skin with a rosy complexion. Invalids or those suffering from scrofulous affections should use freshly grated horse-radish. After everything else has failed. eaten with pine kernels. cools the liver. but not by invalids. and the harvest time. Strawberries with whipped cream. Fresh carrot eaten raw. beat the juice with cream and try again. In fact all milk-producing creatures are a blessing to man. brought to boiling point and eaten with fresh bake-wares. try a big dish of fried mushrooms. 70 WWW. eaten fresh and raw. If they still disagree. It should not be steamed as it thus loses a goodly amount of virtue. Fermented cheese should not be used at this season by those who still have a suggestion of catarrh in their system. one cup to a quart of sweet milk. to ever keep before him the horn of plenty. Z. green onion tops and parsley in equal quantities. O. mixed with chives and parsley. Rhubarb is the best vegetable at this season. but infected persons should let them alone. either heat of the body (fever) or heat of the tropical sun. assist in the cure of asthma. browned flour to a bowl of broth. Don't fail to gather plantain leaves. try them without cream. A. The cow is indeed a blessed animal. and a glass of butter-milk will make an ideal meal. they will relieve the condition. Oxheart carrot and fresh peas. also two tablespoonfuls of freshly ground blanched almonds. During the period of puberty females should abstain from all kinds of small fruit berries as the acids contained therein interfere with the regular methods of nature. Small fruit berries and vegetables may be eaten on the same day by those in good health. slices of bread spread with cottage cheese. while the whey and sour milk are very convenient at such a time to eliminate many a disability due to excessive heat. parsley and sorrel. when thirsty drink yarrow-parsley tea.DR. Leek. The cow is of particular value at a time of the turning point of the season to fill the gap between the sowing. Sorrels make excellent soups and when combined with mustard and tender dandelion leaves give the best satisfaction in cases of nervous debility or prostration. If small fruits disagree when taken with cream. When out of season the milk should be used for cheese and for storing butter.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. a hot scone and a cup of mocha coffee with rich cream. If dropsical. but no sugar. beat the yolk of an egg to each pint and add the juice of two oranges. Shredded lettuce with watercress will act upon the kidneys. raw egg in the morning will clear the voice and strengthen the stomach. When exhausted and tired take a glass of cream with the juice of two lemons beaten in. For dysentry add one tablespoonful of. use in addition salads made largely of yarrow. If this will not work.COM . Finely cut onions. are a tonic to some. made into a broth and poured over a beaten fresh egg will prove an excellent dish for those who are dyspeptic.
assuring a good sense of sight and hearing. the rubbing to be done every night. mint and asparagus with nut cream and similar delicacies are now in order. start the meal with a very small amount of blackberry brandy and finish the meal with a teaspoonful of browned flour. also lemonized milk. Take a cold plunge or a sponge bath before retiring and be sure to rub the body thoroughly. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » JUNE THE month of meditation and revelation. are calculated to increase circulation and induce nerve action. Sheep sorrel. if used with goat's milk. All such innocent manipulations. bi-carbonate of soda and other biochemic salts or at least to use them very sparingly. Go to sleep before midnight and arise before sunrise. waterpepper and nasturtiums taken as a salad will eradicate fibroids and scrofula. cream and milk. are of inestimable value to those who suffer from dyspepsia. Sea weeds. Use clabber and buttermilk freely. All kinds of green salads are in order.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. except when fried. and then get under the water. of crystallization. Climbing high mountains in June until fatigued will remove all complications of a private nature. making it a point to go out barefoot even if but for five minutes. Honey is particularly efficacious at this season in the case of dyspepsia. Those living in high altitudes should descend to the ocean's shores. a lake or the ocean. Coffee and tea are to be used very sparingly. In all stomach affections avoid coffee. In June eye and ear affections are induced by straining the voice. Keep splashing and moving from five to ten minutes and rub the body dry with the hands. Use one tablespoonful of pineapple juice before each meal if the digestive organs are out of order. and pricking them with sharp points are in season and will help to eradicate poisons from the blood. and those in low valleys should ascend to the hill-tops and mountains to equalize matters. Wild mustard leaves are excellent for toning up the stomach and taken as a salad before each meal will eradicate dyspepsia and indigestion. In case of diarrhea. Milk and fruit drinks are in order. fill a tub with cold water. Dyspeptics should also use yarrow and mint quite liberally with their vegetable dishes and chew calamus freely. lemonized milk is in order.COM . water or anything stimulative. rub them thoroughly with a towel and then give them a good hand rubbing with a few drops of vegetable oil. Have the windows wide open. June is the time to rid oneself of all membraneous affections. A. scientifically conducted. determining the ripening of the harvest to be. the month of rapid ascendancy and final unfoldment. Z. Sour milk junket. new potato and rye bread. Butter is still in season. 71 WWW. also eggs. and if possible throw in a chunk of ice. Injections of French almond oil will heal hemorrhoids or piles. Do not use oils of any kind in cooking during the Summer months. O. Climb daily for twenty-one days. Dip the hands and wrists into the water first. If not situated so as to go out into a running stream. Under such conditions do not bathe the feet in water. tea. neck and chest. Oils should be used with caution and only where one is engaged in manual work. Use before and after each meal. thus ensuring good health and broadening of the mind. Diverse sea weeds and sea moss are now in season. Nuts should be eaten very sparingly during this season. cocoa. resort to clarified butter. whether bleeding or blind. All oils should be used in salads as dressings. this rule applies also to grains and cereals. wet upper arms. peas. Abstain from fermented cheese. During the Summer season it is desirable to discard salt. the blanched parts. but avoid draughts. The pulling of toes until painful and the pinching of ears.DR.
These mud pools can be prepared in any yard. On coming out of the water throw a garment quickly over the body while emptying the lungs thoroughly and filling the chest thereafter. which is but a temporary relief that paralyzes organic action. If berries must be washed. Go under the water a few times. or every twelve hours for twenty days. Any clay dirt will do for a mud bath. Jump into the water just at sunrisee and move about actively for five minutes. When troubled with catarrh in winter or hay fever in summer.DR.lake shore. and digestion is retarded. Work vigorously.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Do not miss the plantain leaves growing by the roadside. and with every step get one foot at a time above the surface. Enter the pool and wade through it. Make it a point to eat the courses in regular order. beginning with the period. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Fresh milk injected into the rectum to the quantity of one-half pint. Use acid fruits instead. and to swab the nostrils with brandy. A tea thereof used in private injections will cure any inflammatory trouble if used twice a day. while his better half will find it to her advantage to use fresh red raspberry juice daily for three weeks. They must be cut with a scissors and added to salads. using no towels. to wear very light linen clothing. or milk and vegetables. then run as briskly as possible for about three minutes. Whenever it is not convenient to apply the plantain leaves. free from the gaze of vulgar eyes and the observation of the illiterate. tumours and goitre. and stop before the first of July. which will not only impoverish the assimilating tendencies. or steeped for three minutes and used as a herb drink. After a mud bath take a thorough vinegar rub and resort to light work. or anything stimulative. but no sugar. and two soft boiled eggs to be used daily with three or four kinds of fruits. keeping up the kneading of the clay mud for twenty minutes. remember that June will eradicate it soon if one simply seeks a cosy spot of running water or the . Use internally and externally at the same time. If one mixes it all together like hash the separating function suffers. made into gruel. Afterwards rub the body dry with the hands. remember that the best way is to place them in a sieve and pour ice water over them. fruits and nut creams. Do not drink water. coffee. not even with milk. but the food improperly digested induces alcoholism. swollen ankles. Repeat daily and watch the magic results. enlarged glands. prompted by enervation and 72 WWW. Confine the diet to milk.. Raspberry leaves are also good now to promote generative action. A. buttermilk. Small berries are good for everyone. O. Rheumatic and catarrhal people fare best on small fruits and cream. the diet to be spare. This will keep up the separating processes in the stomach and each compartment will intelligently perform its part. except prospective mothers and babies. if liked. and eaten with half a pint of cream. for such a mud bath will bring on perspiration that will be efficacious.COM . At night powder the body with bi-carbonate of soda. although one may take milk before or after. let running water or rain on it and allow it to become like dough. but not for more than one day out of five. two ounces of freshly ground wheat meal. Having followed this course daily for ten days one may let up on it. water. will cure the worst case of constipation in three weeks. Those suffering from hay fever should remember that now is the time to take cold water sponge baths three times a day. Fairly feast on small fruits. cocoa. A mud bath is excellent for those who are troubled with acids causing neuralgic and rheumatic pains. Eat them immediately thereafter and. but do not take them with sugar. The rule of one thing at a time may be safely applied to eating. while taking care not to lose balance. Bruise the leaves. The mud must be knee deep. taking the open air plunge every -other day for a week. change off with applications of raw white of egg. Z. Still suffering from stomach troubles? Then stop drinking tea. eat whipped cream with them. Currants will prove an excellent means of removing diseases of a private nature in man. lemon milk and eggs. apply them to sores. after the colon has been washed with soapsuds. Scrofula and kindred diseases due to the poisonous virus and diseases of transference will also be eradicated.
LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Hot bread and muffins with sweet butter are in order. get thoroughly dirty and besmeared. wade in ponds. cheese (fermented) cream and eggs. hungry as a wolf. New small potato boiled in the skin and taken with sour milk junket will be beneficial even to an invalid. . elder. It needs to romp about. climb trees. especially if a small bowl of vinegar is placed in the room. Drink no water. A few large plants will aid much in keeping a room cool.COM .DR. Cottage cheese with chive. but the freedom of life. quench the thirst by bathing the upper arms. Teas made from all kinds of fresh blossoms will prove beneficial particularly the flowers of the buttercup.. it is because they are robbed of the opportunities to express freedom of thought and action. Pastries and cakes should be discarded as they are apt to create mucous and phlegm. Gooseberry. are excellent on really hot days. That is better by far and serving the Infinite more intelligently than to confine them to the musty Sunday School room and to sit in a pew entertaining all kinds of ideas but those approaching heaven. drink a cupful or two of mild hot tea. and on those stifling. Grains and cereals should be eaten sparingly. come by a few hard knocks. The blossoms of the wild rose eaten before and after meals will clear the blood and give a good complexion and a healthy tint to the skin. Use also grated raw beet. Do not drink after a meal. Z. When the little ones are ailing or show symptoms of laziness. linden and wild rose. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » surplus accumulation of minerals and acids detrimental to the health of body and mind. Scrofulous affections respond more readily to treatment. A. hot tea thereafter. at this season. filling foods this month. Nature will do the rest if the child is given a chance to choose what is best. avoid coffee therewith. especially when used in conjunction with small fruits. Lemon is of inestimable value at this season but avoid sugar therewith. Discard butter. Do not mix with other fruits at the same meal nor use buttermilk therewith. do not use water or milk in cooking. Potato with buttermilk soups and with cream will prove cooling and refreshing and a curative for consumption and rheumatism. still better do not cook at all. unprepared cucumber and a few slices of raw potato make an excellent combination for dyspeptics. as it will cause the body to become heated owing to the fever arising on account of the excessive action imposed on the stomach and digestive organs. It is preferable to take a mild hot drink at this season rather than a cold one. JULY JULY the month glorious. Free perspiration will soon make one comfortable. so that a good night's rest will enable it to be ready for mare "stunts" in the morning. Avoid heavy. A quick. All kinds of salads are in order. and as unmanageable as a wildcat. well ripened. humid days do not hesitate to drive the heat out of the blood by an extra hot spiced dish. also milk unless it be buttermilk or lemonized milk. mild. hot bath and a cup of. will prove an excellent tonic for the liver. lettuce with fresh. When overheated. 73 WWW. wrists and hands with cold water before meals. onion and cream are excellent at this season. O. carrot and turnip in small quantities at a time. Go out with them into the fields and set them an example which they will soon follow. Do not forget that the stomach is twofold in operation and that it has two compartments. Therefore. each attending to that part assigned to it by nature – the acid and the mineral chambers. a season victorious. If too many acid foods are consumed troubles arise and if foods are seasoned which already contain large quantities of minerals further troubles arise. The invalid child does not need medical attention and a nursery.
Water should not be used unless made into a' drink by using a cup of bran to every quart of water. pour one pint of hot water upon them (rain water is preferable). Repeat this treatment for nine consecutive days and even severe cases will be relieved. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » One is never too poor to select the best nutrition. This process followed for twenty-one days will accomplish a cure. take two onions. After the flushing inject two tablespoonfuls of pure almond oil. Hot peppers are in order for consumptives. Use plenty of raw foods as nature provides them. bruised and made into a poultice with rich cream. but not cucumber salads. Now take a cloth and dip it in boiling hot water. slice and salt them well. bruise them. it will make one sick to the stomach. in that case take lemon and salt. and prevent colds or catarrh later in the season. will prove of great value. able feeling. and all those suffering from bronchial and membranous.COM . They will disappear like magic. Dress quickly and take a pinch of borax. Sour milk junket with a pinch of nutmeg will prove refreshing and aid the alimentary organs. Whey. and never too rich to consider simplicity in living to be the safest policy. Now is the time to eradicate rheumatism and diseases of the kidneys and of the bladder by taking long walks in the morning and a sun bath before the noon hour. and will prevent the development of the scrofula germ. O. Z. Repeat this three times. or the water of sour milk. Now is the time to get rid of those bunions and frost 'boils by wearing sandals and at night bathing the feet in hot water. At first. let them stand for several hours. apply the juice to the feet and wrap them lightly in linen cloths before retiring. Afterwards proceed with the meal and experience a comfort. troubles. When the feet feel tender and sore bathe them in mild vinegar. Those suffering from indigestion. will arrest nervous troubles and cure indigestion without fail. In the morning bathe the feet in hot vinegar. Live largely on water-melon and avoid other foods as much as possible. rheumatism and constipation should eat no bread or cereals. Rectal troubles as well as complications of the intestines will be eliminated by this treatment. Raspberries should not be given to children except as jams. Cold water plunges or spongings in the morning make one immune from hay fever and asthma. Make it a point to use vegetables for four days and fruits for three days out of every seven. while the skin will remain active. The early morning dew will cure eye troubles if the eyes are bathed daily for a month with "the tears of the morning. beaten with lemon juice in equal quantities and taken in doses of a tablespoonful every three hours for several days. rub the feet thoroughly and until heated. Cucumbers. Care must be taken that the bowels are kept open. Returning to the house. wring out the cloth and apply it directly to and below the navel. Plantain leaves. wash. take a plunge and drink a glass of hot lemonade. stir it well and 74 WWW. dyspepsia. dipped in vinegar and worn in stockings or shoes (without hose) for three or four hours daily. Continue the treatment for several days. Walking barefoot in hot dust for four miles and quenching one's thirst with water melon will cure dropsy and eliminate uric acid from the system. will draw uric acid from the system and cure rheumatism. A. If it be desired to harden the feet keep up the vinegar baths for three weeks. let it stand all day and at night use this with three or four quarts of hot water when taking a colon-flushing. severe cuts and burns. give them a salt rub and afterwards brush them with raw yolk of egg. thus curing rheumatism and dropsy." Catarrh of the stomach can be cured this month by walking about on the cold sand in the early morning alternated by stepping on the dewy grass.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Walk from fifteen to twenty minutes each day. no cheese or potato this month. will heal all kinds of sores. Yolk of egg will keep the feet in good condition. besides snuffing a little borax up the nostrils. by stirring the bile. If troubled by perspiring feet.DR. On coming home from a day's hard work. ensuring health of body and repose of mind. Water-melon and lemon juice together will eliminate uric acid. then applying raspberry juice to the blemishes. Take a handful of plantain leaves. Plantain leaves.
In washing the hair use tar soap alternately with glycerine soap. AUGUST AUGUST has come and with it the height of the summer season. The less oils and nuts used at this season the better. retaining parings and cores. Abstain from cocoa. flaked rice still remains the best grain to be used with fruit and vegetables. discontinue it for a week and thereafter resume it until cured. The yellow kind are particularly good for those who have duodenal troubles or jaundice. Rinse with camomile tea: 1 oz. Z. take lemon. Use chicory. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » allow to stand for at least half an hour. will prove very beneficial in generative disorders and will also correct habits. A splendid nerve tonic is the fresh juice of grated apple. the mountains. it must be boiled in exceptionally hot bubbling water so as to be well done in twenty minutes. when thirsty and desirous of a cooling drink. For dandruff use the juice of half a lemon and half oz. Continue for a few weeks and notice the great improvement.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. sorrel and mustard leaves used as a salad. Tansy. distinctly hearing every word one speaks. and allow to stand from four. Sage tea is also good. If nervousness is accompanied by insomnia take two or three good sized apples.DR. Women will welcome this tonic when they learn that with five drops of cassia to each tumblerful they can be relieved of pain the first day of their period. but remember that to get the best results in cooking rice. eggs and milk at this season. buttercup. Abstain from water. spinach and radish sparingly and as a garnish only at this season. during the evening. place them in a bowl and add one quart of water. green onion. and on the seashore. but keep it up for ten 75 WWW. relaxing the tongue. to six hours according to the warmth of the weather. Tomato is of value to sufferers from intestinal and liver disorders. sorrel and mustard leaves used as a salad will prove very beneficial in generative disorders and will also correct habits. The month for cold lunches and raw foods.COM . etc. with little or no drinking. Tomato can be eaten by nearly everyone. of spirits of Cologne. this simple apple tonic will cure all female disorders. will prove a godsend to the sufferer from torpid liver or valvular troubles. lettuce. The apple-juice tonic used with a dash of nutmeg and a pinch of salt to each tumblerful. and make it a rule never to read unless one can do so with the voice rising and falling. face and neck while so doing. and chronic hiccough. cheese (fermented). This is the month that best repays attention to the scalp. rain or distilled. Cooked or. as the fruits and vegetables now in season contain from sixty to ninety-five per cent of nature's distilled water. Sour milk junket. two tablespoonfuls to a glass of water. and create a happier mood through the recitation of the Gathas. O. buttermilk or lemonized milk are in order. of camomile blossoms will make five gallons of the tea or sufficient for five applications. but fresh peanuts in moderation may be used in their raw state. but care should be taken to avoid the skin and seeds. cream. Tansy. buttercup. The white grape is for kidney and liver disorders and the blue variety is for skin affections like eczema. Discard butter. eaten before and after meals. repeating it for three or more consecutive months. After using this tonic for three weeks. It may sting. Wild mustard leaves. A. alternated with mint leaves. Tomato should be taken by itself.. patets and invocations. chocolate as well as candies and sweets. and the singing of sweet melodies. By keeping up this treatment for three days before and six days after the period. This is the month for taking the Grape Cure. Strain and drink. taken on an empty stomach just before retiring. One can assist nature by following a simple diet. finely slice them. grape or orange juice. using the entire quantity before retiring. will cure stomach trouble. reminding us of the great opportunities before us of serving God in the woods.
The juice of two lemons added to this preparation will help to remove dandruff. The bandage is simply to keep the leaves in place. catarrh. Discard butter. dill. Walk until the feet seem to burn and only for a moment step aside into the shade. that is the foodstuff of the season. A. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » days. muffins.COM . oatmeal or Indian cornmeal to each quart of water. Let him who suffers from consumption. Z. a pure tint and refreshing fragrance. if one is fibrous or mealy the other must be juicy so as to prove cooling and nourishing. Such a drink will quench the thirst and prove a food at the same time. One-half ounce of quinine. one teaspoonful to be rubbed into the scalp and on the hair. Do not use sugar although rich cream is permitted. the month of juicy vegetables and fruits. SEPTEMBER THE month of colours in fruits and leaves. Take advantage of the opportunity offered by mother nature. scones and corn-cakes are in season. borax or sulphur to ensure good skin action. beat it thoroughly and take either a teaspoonful at short intervals or take the whole quantity at once. When fruit is to be used as a meal take with it a little cereal or 76 WWW. Make a bandage shaped like the letter T and place fresh mint up the small of the back and over the abdomen just over the navel and liberally over the generatives. O.. Where the hair begins to get thin and has lost its lustre or life. Whatever the locality in which one lives produces. Wheat rolls. take a pinch of it on an empty stomach. use the following preparation two or three times daily. Steam potato with caraway. Brown sand is most effective this month. not cooked. it will be well to keep an earthenware vessel filled with wellstrained water.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Prepare mostly what. baked or dried. Keep this up daily for ten days and every other day thereafter until the month is passed. In the morning the body should be powdered with washing soda. adding a cupful of wheat. Continue this treatment for twenty-seven days. Walking for an hour in this way will eliminate more morbid matter from the system than all the observations of a strict diet. Take to the dusty and sandy roads. cream. and sponge his body thereafter with boiled vinegar. use drip coffee or tea without sugar or cream. cheese and sweet milk. one-half ounce of paraffin. eight ounces of fluid extract of colocynth. but abstain entirely from butter. six ounces of rain or distilled water. Whenever there is a craving for something tart and salty take the juice of one lemon and a saltspoonful of salt. Now is the time for the sufferer from private diseases to demonstrate the kindness of mother nature. Remove footwear and walk barefooted over the earth. but not eaten for they are not in season. while eggs should be stored in jars filled with salt. Whenever a cold or cramp is contracted owing to excessive use of ice water or ice cream. Also chew a leaf of mint regularly every hour or keep a leaf of mint upon the tongue until it becomes tasteless. take a cup of strong ginger-tea or its equivalent in ginger-root. whether in or outdoors. Even sunbaked biscuits Will prove more wholesome than ovenbaked bread. cheese (fermented). All fruits should be used in their natural state. Water-melon will drive out epilepsy and yellow fever. In choosing vegetables. returning again where the sands hold the sun's heat. When working hard. In case of over-indulgence in fruits. requires no cooking. eggs and milk and abstain from bottled and tinned goods now that nature provides fresh products in abundance. when replace it by a fresh one. Eat fruits while they last and do not drink water. or any other aromatic seeds. fennel. bicarbonate of soda.DR. Lemons should be used daily. hay fever or bronchial trouble bury his body in the hot sand for an hour with a green umbrella to shade his head.
or aromatic seeds. Butter (unsalted) beaten with honey makes a fine skin food. i. and all the different species of the gourd family call for stimulants such as black tea or black coffee. tomato. Z. In case of griping and pain. "Each season brings forth its own kind. fresh sweet corn.. but the outgrowth of convenient laziness. Foods prepared fresh daily are far more nutritious than those that are stored often for weeks or months or even years. Prepare foods according to natural laws and medicine will become the bugaboo of bygone days. take a tablespoonful of baked lemon juice. The hair itself should be oiled at night with a little petrolatum and brushed with military brushes until perfectly oily and smooth. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » a crust of bread. fig and orange are for catarrhal people and consumptives. Finish the meal with rice cakes sweetened with honey. light red colour. The scalp should be treated with a wash of salt brine and touched up with the finger-tips dipped in paraffin. squash. wild mustard leaves. With September another of the many opportunities of life is offered for reclaiming the body. throat or nasal catarrh. pear. merely to leave him resting by the roadside like a tombstone suggesting the decaying bones of mouldering graves. Do not live out of a paper package all the year round. Begin with one lemon a day and continue until one can take nine of them. It may be used liberally. thereafter. but remember that pumpkin. fig and orange. chives. pomegranate. All cooked or baked vegetables should be prepared with aromatic seeds to ensure medicinal and curative value. O. Use no tinned or package goods this month. Try once more.COM . Fruits slowly masticated are by far better laxatives than the best medication. particularly where the bowels should move more regularly and the system needs a general tonic. Only when preparing one's own food does the psychological law enter that encourages the eradication of one's disabilities. peach. fresh cereals. A. cucumber. Use apricot. Catarrhal people. pure and sweet-smelling. especially if applied after a bath at night. Although the crop of our health may have proven a failure. Use cottage cheese only and that prepared with cream.e. Honey is in season and is excellent for kidney and bladder affections. Conclude the meal with a crust of bread and a demitasse of mocha coffee. either raw or baked. It makes the skin velvety. Eat the lemons as one would an apple. and then gradually diminish the number as one feels better. whether it is stomach. In the morning the hair may be washed with water softened with a little borax and a few drops of paraffin to a little water. together with rice makes an excellent dish at this season. or take half a teaspoonful of mustard seed. plum. Rheumatic people should use two or three different kinds of grape with each meal during the 77 WWW.DR. is in season. A selection of two or three acid fruits in addition to grapes will cure liver affections and costiveness. do not be discouraged at this time. We would rather instruct man how to live to keep within the straight path of eternal enjoyment than to be going about pulling him out of the gutter. melon. This is the month of water melon and cucumber for those whose liver is torpid and the duodenum fatty. onions. For lung affections and asthma use Tokay grapes of a. due to insufficient knowledge of the value of foods. one more step may be enough to ensure what appertains to one's birthright. pomegranate. Lemons will prove of inestimable value to all sufferers from scrofulous and skin diseases during this month. Have fresh flour. fig and apple. Remember.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. It is greater delight to sit down to a delicious meal than to be confined to using medicines. Persimmon. the temple of the living God. Vegetables of a higher order are now in season. when gourds are used exclusively at a meal. The less water used the less paraffin should be added. Banana." Package goods are not the product of the season. but should use persimmon. will do best to abstain from grapes. use strong ginger tea made from ginger fruit or root. Invalids should peel or skin all the fruits eaten by them if the best results are to be obtained from a fruit diet.
Use absolutely no cereal except flaked rice. 78 WWW. then sprinkle the body from right to left with cold water. beginning with the head. Aubergine and salsify are excellent foods at this season. after the grapes have been gathered from the vines. mace or curry. although dextrinized cereals are permissible. Carrot. cinnamon. especially after a fast. Leave orange for a more convenient season. . Following this little religious routine every night for twenty-seven nights. Autumn is the season for diverse herb teas. and allow it to cook for ten to fifteen minutes. take the juice of two or three pomegranates at a time and satisfy hunger with an exceptionally small portion of food. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » whole of the autumn season. Partaken of daily in fairly good quantities. they are excellent eliminators when combined with raw cabbage salad or grated red beet. linseed and Irish moss. Now take a piece of linen cloth. Listen to the promptings of the still small voice from the realms of Mazda. White grape juice with a dash of vanilla. Pomegranates are an ideal fruit to tone up an entirely run down constitution. including slippery elm bark. squash and pumpkin need a dash of nutmeg. and rejoice in the revelations that come spontaneously and as occasion may demand. Water-melon. adding fennel or dill seed to the dish. musk-melon. and abstaining from water for three weeks. while man rejoices in untold blessings. All nature abounds with abundance. As soon as it begins to froth. will eliminate uric acid and gravel. The best cereal at this time of the year is freshly-ground whole wheat. Freshly ground horse-radish with as much cream as it will absorb quickly relieves digestive derangements. Air the body much and often. Pumpkin and squash are particularly of value when cooked in clarified butter and their own juice or baked in the oven. A. Grape and orange do not go well together. Use absolutely no bread. paying attention to the cross breath for one minute and lastly breathe out longer than the inhalation until overcome with sleep. even constipation and piles are successfully removed.COM . Sprinkle here and there until one gets to the right then to the left foot. Mustard and cream also will tone up the system. Use only the juice of the grape and eat two or more stone fruits to make a meal. OCTOBER THE month of peace and plenty. Sprinkle one cupful of the meal into four cupfuls of boiling water in a double boiler. wring it out a little so that it will not drip. During the cold weather and when fatigued. O. All cooked or baked vegetables should be prepared with aromatic seeds to ensure medicinal and curative value. raw and finely grated. White grapes will do much toward eliminating skin troubles. adding also a little olive oil or nut meal. tone the kidneys and strengthen the urethra. and bandage it lightly around the left ankle. When taken with cream this makes a better and more wholesome dish than any of the package goods found on the market. will be found an excellent remedy for diabetes. Unprepared cucumber is excellent for weak kidneys. fold it up and dip it in cold water. Persimmons are available. Rub the body with a wet towel and slap every part thereof until aglow. Health will improve day by day.DR. take a teaspoonful of olive oil and beat it up with the juice of a baked lemon. all ordinary affections may be most effectively conquered.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. one arrives at the same state as the earth after a good ploughing – ready to receive the seeds of kindness. turnip and red beet. Begin to use teas of all kinds inducing fight perspiration. The peelings thrown into the bath will prove invigorating. Z. while: the juice of cucumber will clear the skin and preserve its beauty if slices of raw potato are rubbed over it. go to bed with thanksgiving. stir therein a cupful of boiling water and sip it slowly. take one before each meal and take care to use no water in the preparation of dishes. mace or lemon.
The cup should always be heated whether coffee is used or just the cream alone. make it a practice to walk barefoot about the house for half an hour in the morning. The catarrhal person. Hot baths and thereafter a very light meal of highly aromatic fruits or vegetables. If suffering from constipation. marmalades and tinned fruits and juices at this season. preferably in their raw state. People troubled with catarrh will find it to their advantage to avoid boiled and fried foods. first take a hot foot bath and then sit down to a meal. and then slip under cover at once. Keep the bowels open and the skin active by rubbing it with oil and then washing it with good soap. just enough to still the first symptoms of hunger. To remove blemishes. congenial associationship and the recitation of heartfelt prayers will give to the skin a healthy. cold feet will be no more. Apples to be good must be just a trifle tart and also mealy. Fresh peanuts eaten raw (skins removed by drying in the oven) with plums. Use no sugar. O. either in the form of an overcoat or a shawl. Do away with butter and oils for nine months. Lemonized milk is in order.COM . Now is the time to use eucalyptus leaves or bark in the bath water or use one teaspoonful of oil of eucalyptus to half a bath of water. as a rule. and after meals. but take care not to bundle the neck. etc. An occasional fast. reasonable attention to alvine calls. youthful glow and eliminate all physical as well as mental ailments. Wear the same weight of underwear and hose all the year round and one will be less liable to colds. catarrh. Either immediately thereafter or later in the day eat two bananas baked in their skins. a song and a smile. but it should not be served with cream during October. warts.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Avoid stimulants and fresh bread. Use fruits and vegetables in season. yet juicy and of a fine flavour. Give up salt and spices in general. throat or nasal catarrh. use orange juice therewith instead. Cold feet! Then stop drinking before. breaks fevers. but they may use baked wares. fermented cheese.DR. Well ripened pears with sweet cream will act on the kidneys. the proper selection of food.. Abstain from jams. should use no grapes 79 WWW. alternating half a dozen times in succession. jellies. When uncomfortable throw an extra cover over the body. pound the soles of the feet with a military brush for five minutes and very rapidly so that it almost takes the breath away. When retiring to bed take a hot and then a cold footbath. as well as lightness of underwear. apples and pomegranates. sores. Keep this up for ten days and. and obedience to renal functions. If good and quick results are desired from partaking of food. Lemon corrects heart trouble. let him who lacks health follow this rule far a year and he can be assured of reaching perfection. pneumonia and even neuralgic affections. torpid liver. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Banana is still in season. The neck must be free to allow circulation of air. A. while grapes must be tasty. Do not change summer underwear to heavier garments. The cream is to be poured into the hot cup first and then the hot coffee. Soups and gruels are now in order. There is no need to have rheumatism or consumption. whether it be stomach. Ginger tea and small quantities of ginger are now in order where fruits are used for daily foods. cream and milk. accompanied by a glad hand for everybody will keep one in health. with. a happy mood. Keep persistently at it for a few days and marvel at results. cures dyspepsia and indigestion. light breathing exercises. Bathe the affected parts daily with hot soap suds containing ten drops of ammonia to a pint of water. it should be baked. Z. apply coal tar on a piece of linen cloth. so take to melons and be free. will eradicate catarrh. and drink half a cup of cream containing just a little hot French drip coffee. Use less and less coffee until the cream can be taken alone. now that juicy fruits and vegetables are available. Discard butter. or kidney complications. but fruits with some will not agree.
Z. particularly white grapes. cream or butter should be used. etc. back of neck and bowels when this rule is not adhered to. will prove' not only a mild laxative but will regulate the heat so as to keep one comfortable through the severity of weather during the day time and the cold nights. It is one of the best blood tonics. baked. and continued for a month. although muffins. Tea is in season. and pine kernels with apples all colds resist. etc. If this is doubted. provided that it has been first steamed. even salt and pepper should be discarded. always bathing the affected parts with water-pepper tea as hot as can be borne. Do not forget to butterize the stomach. This holds good until February. Hot baths and oiling of the body may be necessary. nor any dishes containing grapes. barley savouries and barley drinks are in season. Doughgods are always in season. mustard greens. also when mashed. Pomegranates should be used freely. thereafter using the juice but once a day. Two ounces of wellbroken liquorice dissolved in a pint of gin. Bottled grape juice will not do. and take the clear juice before each meal for three weeks. watercress. added to breakfast cereals. A brisk walk of a mile or two in snappy weather will do more towards activating the circulation and improving the complexion than any compound from a laboratory. No other 80 WWW. Turnip goes well with beans and rye bread. and try to eat two raw eggs a day. also eggs may be used in pancakes. take exceptionally hot baths and use one tablespoonful of liquoriced gin as often as a spell of coughing comes. Use oil and water.DR. and confine themselves to the fruits of the season. this will save much labour and ensure good health. Butter is permissible but it should be clarified. Potato when baked should be taken without butter or cream. use freely in sauces.COM . or every hour. cakes. Oatmeal is also in order. O.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The chemical changes in the latter process develop vitamins. To be of value potato should be beaten until as smooth as cream and then baked. raisins or currants. on. but if to act on kidneys use cabbage therewith. use chile-seasoned olive oil with your dishes and little by little one will grow away from fired dishes until eighty-five per cent of one's food will be raw. particularly green tea. should use the different varieties of sorrel. Scrofulous people. NOVEMBER NOVEMBER is the month for reinforcing the glands. as long as they are fit for use. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » whatsoever. Whenever eggs are to be used in pastry dishes. particularly on cold or wet days. The use of ripe figs for the first course of meals.. coffee comes a little later. are now in season. Eggs must be discarded from the menu for nine weeks. by those of a nervous. Cranberry is in season. biscuits and rolls may be used according to need. is now in order. In this way nervousness may be entirely overcome ere winter arrives. Potato. Raw peanuts with figs will move the bowels. Barley gruels. Fresh grapes must be used and the juice pressed out fresh before each meal. no milk. Every now and then resort to a clear grape diet for ten days if assimilation is poor. and always on an empty stomach. at this season of the year. active temperament. During the cold weather a hot drink such as wormwood first thing in the morning will assist in maintaining regular habits and with it better circulation conducive to greater comfort. If something heating is craved. note the dull aches and pains in the head. while chestnuts with prunes will stop all growls. and blanched almonds with grapes will assist the nerves. will cure bladder and kidney affections. finely ground and mixed with finely milled raw peanut. Macaroni. In catarrhal and bronchial affections attended by cold. spaghetti. Begin with them now. water-pepper. Dried fruits. tomato sauce combines well therewith. In case of open sores apply raw yolk of egg to the place two or three times a day. Continue to use fresh fruits and vegetables as long as they are available. A. green pepper. and peas or aubergine instead of cabbage. A hot bath will prove more efficacious to health than a hot meal.
Nice dishes can be made by grating carrot. A cold at this season of the year is one of nature's means to rid the body of a few undesirable elements. Grated raw turnip eaten with Spanish onion daily for twenty-eight days will eradicate tumours and remove gravel. persimmon. liver and intestinal affections than all other methods of diet. Cranberry. Take a hot foot bath and keep the bowels open and nature will do the rest. but will also prove remedial. Vegetables may be also used raw grated in salads. but it should be clarified. and in three weeks a decided improvement of condition will be apparent. parsnip. pomegranate and pumpkin are in order. barley savouries and barley drinks alternated with chilled rice and apple sauce are in order. Do nothing for it except to change underwear and bed linen daily. and are an indispensable and inexpensive dish to subsist upon during the colder days of the season. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » food should be taken except bread and milk. Abstain from cream.COM . On damp cold days let all liquid foods be taken cold and all solid foods hot. One to three pounds of grapes a day will suffice.. Pumpkin should be taken raw if it is to act as an eliminator and worm expeller. etc. Z. twelve cloves twice daily for ten days. stomach. O. and then baked in an oiled casserole. Soups are in order for the normally healthy. DECEMBER THE month of rejuvenation and regeneration. They are not only wholesome and nourishing. Eggs are permissible and also butter. Have no one in' attendance. A. mixing them with a beaten egg and browned flour. For this reason they should be baked. Lemonized milk is in order. To take a foot bath does not mean simply to place the feet into warm water and leave them there. This rule ensures a pleasant alvine stool. Irish moss. Therein lies the great secret of faith that gives confidence and the assurance of things unseen that will be brought to light as one works towards them and for them. followed by seven to ten drops of tincture of jaborandi to one cupful of hot water. do it all alone. Take it on an empty stomach and before each meal: four ounces of pumpkin and a saltspoonful of aniseed. Those who suffer from indigestion should not take ginger. chest affections and malaria: Take the juice of one baked lemon beaten with one tablespoonful of grape brandy and two saltspoonfuls of salt. Vegetables and fruits will prove more beneficial when not cooked in water. then sponge down and oil the body. must be masticated thoroughly and well mixed with 81 WWW. Garlic in milk. grape. etc. Use raw spinach and mustard leaves. to be taken on retiring after a hot bath. slippery elm bark. Children should have their bread only slightly buttered but heavily honeyed during the wet season or during cold weather. No. Keep this up for ten minutes and then retire to a comfortable bed. Perspire for six hours. The season of feasting allows pickled fruits and vegetables.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Bread and cereals. Afterwards confine oneself to fruit juices. potato. also roasted nuts as relishes. place the feet into comfortably warm water and keep adding hot and hotter water to it until it seems they cannot be kept in the water any longer. Camomile blossoms as a tea are now in order and used with a little ginger root will prove a tonic and a relief in pulmonary affections. Herb drinks are in order. at the same time relaxing the body.DR. or green peppers with the turnip. Exhalation should be longer and more sustained than the inhalations. including those made from linseed. to be of any value. For colds. cheese (fermented) and milk. In that case just take a long breath and exhale partly through the mouth. Bread must be unfermented or well solarized and toasted in a slow oven or electric heater. but not as food. alternated with a dose of five drops of oil of eucalyptus in a wine glass of hot water will do more to eradicate the pangs of dyspepsia. influenza. turnip. Barley gruels.
Avoid coffee with meals as long as persimmon is used as a tonic. or pumpkin and squash where fruits disagree. Establish this fruit habit and enjoy a cure from abnormal appetite. Grated apple with cream may be eaten even by those who are acidulous. making a muddy looking face turn clear and pink. thickened with a little browned flour. while stirring. honey. and there should be an interval of at least nine seconds between a swallow and the next mouthful. Taken in small quantities in the morning and at night. Eat fresh apples rather than the divers dried fruits. 82 WWW. cinnamon or mace will help to eliminate the acid. Make drinks with sterilized maple syrup. two tablespoonfuls of old wine. When chilled and negative or under the weather with a suggestion of foreign vibrations not in harmony with perfect health. stir well. and a cold plunge or sponge bath in the morning.DR. Make it a point to run the fingers between the toes until the latter become dry and hot. partly tender and partly hard will affect the blood to good advantage and assist in clearing the skin.COM . A little butter or cream will improve the taste. fresh grated and brought to the boil in milk. Pre. and half a cup of sweet cream for the first meal of the day. For a clear complexion take three tablespoonfuls of fresh bran mixed with one grated apple. Persimmon can be used in so many ways. will prove an excellent tonic to liver and stomach. One-half of a scraped apple. In all cases of ailments it is absolutely necessary to bathe the feet in hot and cold water. Parsnip touched lightly by frost or thoroughly chilled in chipped ice. Z. neuralgia or rheumatism. A. and a wineglassful of grape fruit juice in the evening will do more to keep one in good humour than all other medicaments. sage and dandelion on hand. take a tablespoonful of olive oil. Take a grape fruit treatment if suffering from brain fag and generative troubles. one sliced banana and the juice of an orange with three tablespoonfuls of rich cream taken for the first meal of the day will suffice to keep one regular for the remainder of the day. The most wholesome cereal dish is freshly ground wheat. The juice of one pomegranate in the morning. swallowed carefully. use them in their natural state instead of resorting to grape juice. one persimmon at noon. for ten minutes. For general debility and a run down condition make it a point to take a ten-day diet of pomegranate juice. A dash of nutmeg. sprinkled in boiling water and allowed to boil slowly. Reverse this routine daily during the month. will aid greatly in preventing troubles. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » saliva. Take the juice only. ' Eat the heart of crisp and tender celery daily to quicken depleted nerves. but indispensable in intestinal and rectal affections. take a hot bath at night. Eat slowly and masticate thoroughly. O. Keep vermouth. and in case of kidney and urethral affections take a handful of green celery tops after each meal for five weeks. pare freshly for each meal. Return to slim fare for a week and take up the pomegranate treatment again. and for so many different purposes that each one will have to find out in what state or condition to use the fruit. If lacking heat. Use no salt with celery or any other vegetables when partaking of them raw. a partly soft and partly tender one works on the bowels. Be sure to rub the toes and pinch them every night and morning if subject to colds. As long as grapes will keep. In case one is given to eruptions and erysipelas take a sauce-dish of raw cranberries before each meal. Horse radish. then grated and spread in a well-buttered pan and baked in the oven will not only prove a palatable dish. Celery and lettuce are particularly for nervous people and those suffering from kidney affections. brown rock candy and the juice of lemon.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. A very soft and well-ripened persimmon acts on the kidneys and bladder. Cranberries will ward off malaria. and finish the meal with a tablespoonful of olive oil or a small handful of sun-dried ripe olives. three pinches of salt and one cup of boiling water stirred in slowly and sip. Use persimmon before meals as long as the stomach will not behave.
small fruits. cause an injurious fermentation in the digestives. 83 WWW. nuts and dairy foods. but they should not be used with fruits at the same meal. Change hose three to four times a day. pulses. PULSES (FERTILIZERS) Bean (dried) Pea (dried) Lentil (dried) Soya Different kinds of pulse may be used together and they may be combined with grains. parsnip or turnip. but merely to classify for practical purposes such foods as are ordinarily procurable. be partaken of with a vegetable meal by the normally healthy without digestive disharmony. An abundance of such salad should be used as an eliminator. carrot. as such a combination interferes with the digestive processes. provided no mushrooms or pulses figure on the menu. which is inimical to a natural process of digestion and assimilation.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » alternately. CHAPTER XV: FOOD COMBINATIONS AT A GLANCE A PRACTICAL knowledge of how to select. No attempt is made to enumerate a complete list. Fresh sweet milk is also permissible. all other foods should be discarded except green vegetable salads made with lettuce and raw grated beetroot. or vegetables. together with such other information as will enable one to make proper combinations and avoid inharmonious combinations. nuts and dairy foods. Certain fruits may. and they may be combined with grains. rub and oil them well. small fruits. so wrong combinations of food. VEGETABLES Artichoke (Globe) Asparagus Aubergine (Egg-plant) Bean (string) Broccoli Brussels Sprout Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Chicory Samphire Seakale Sorrel Spinach Squash Sweet Corn Tomato Roots Beetroot Carrot Celeriac Different kinds of vegetables may be used together. several times a day. combine and prepare foods is necessary to conduct a dietary system successfully. O. A convenient list of foods is given below. nuts and dairy foods. Just as certain acids induce corrosion when coming in contact with certain metals. A. dry them.DR. Z. however. most frequently the mixing of acidulous foods with those of a mineral nature. When on a pulse or mushroom diet for fertilizing purposes. GRAINS Barley Buckwheat Indian Corn Oat Rice Rye Wheat Different kinds of grain may be used together and they may be combined with vegetables or fruits (but not with vegetables and fruits at the same meal).COM .
Avoid the use of sugar with either raw or cooked fruits. although honey is permissible. NUTS Almond Barcelona 84 WWW. pulses. FRUITS Apple Apricot Avocado Banana Cherry Cherimoya (Custard Apple) Date Fig Grape-fruit Grape Guava Kumquat Lemon Lime Mango Nectarine Olive Orange Peach Pear Persimmon Pineapple Plum Pomegranate Prune Quince Raisin Sapota Sultana Tangerine Different kinds of fruit may be used together and they may be combined with grains. apple. pear.COM Filbert Hickory Different kinds of nuts may be used together and they may be combined with grains.g. small fruit. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Corn (on cob) Cucumber Dandelion Endive Foenucky Garlic Kale Kohl-rabi Leek Lentil (green) Lettuce Marrow Mushroom (fertilizer) Mustard (green) Nettle Okra (Gumbo) Onion Pease (green) Pumpkin Rhubarb Parsnip Rutabaga Salsify (Oyster Plant) Horse-radish Tubers Artichoke (Jerusalem) Potato Potato sweet Taro Root Yam e. grape-fruit. and they may be combined with grains. grape. nuts and in part dairy foods. A starch and a pulse make a correct combination. Avoid the use of sugar or water with small fruits. also one root and one tuber vegetable. citrus fruits. the juice of citrus fruits may also figure as an ingredient of a salad dressing in place of vinegar. A. nuts and dairy foods.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. also the juice of baked lemon may precede a meal. etc. if necessary. Horse-radish may be used as a savoury and also medicinally. Vegetables which are cooked should be prepared with savoury herbs. Onion combines harmoniously with any of the acidulous fruits. plum. (See remarks under Vegetables.) Milk is often injurious when used with fruits. but they should not be used with vegetables at the same meal. use cream instead. Use one starch at a time. peach. nectarine. stead. Do not drink water when partaking of fruit. The juices of sweet orange. use a little honey in. SMALL FRUITS Bilberry (Huckleberry) Blackberry Blueberry Cranberry Currant Gooseberry Loganberry Raspberry Strawberry Different kinds of small fruits may be used together. O. Z. fruits. vegetables or fruits (but . pineapple and the small berries. avocado.. melon. Cream is preferable to milk. banana. but not with the stone fruits: apricot. pineapple and the small fruit berries. vegetables.DR. Garlic should be used only for flavouring and as a medicine. cherry.
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Brazil Butter-nut Cashew Chestnut Cob-nut Cocoa-nut Pea-nut Pecan Pine Kernel Pistachio Walnut not with vegetables and fruits at the same meal), small fruits and dairy foods. Small quantities and often are better than using large quantities. Nuts to be of the greatest value should be converted into nut creams and nut butters, and combined with acidulous juices.
Milk Cream Cheese Other Milk Products Egg Dairy foods may be used in some forms with other kinds of food. Fermented cheese should not be used with any other kind of dairy food. When taken raw, no two kinds of dairy food should be used together. The germ of the egg should always be removed before the egg is used. It is, the thick whitish substance that adheres to the yolk which is quite distinguishable from the ordinary white of the egg.
CHAPTER XVI: INHARMONIOUS FOOD COMBINATIONS
INHARMONIOUS combination of the constituents of a meal retard the formation of vitamins, develop poisonous substances, and interfere with glandular operations. The following lists of inharmonious combinations are not exhaustive, but merely intended to serve as a general guide in arriving at the proper food combination.
¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ Artichoke with cheese egg mushroom pulse Asparagus with cheese egg pulse rhubarb Aubergine with egg mushroom Beans (string) with fruits mushroom turnip Beetroot with carrot egg potato tomato turnip Carrot with beetroot celery turnip Celeriac with egg mushroom Celery with carrot Cucumber with apple marrow melon mushroom Horse radish with buttercup nasturtium Marrow with cucumber Melon with cucumber orange Mushroom with artichoke aubergine beans (string) celeriac cucumber dairy products eggplant fruit gumbo (okra) pulse salsify spinach sprouts Potato with beetroot squash strawberry turnip Salsify with cheese egg mushroom Spinach with mushroom rhubarb Pulse with artichoke dairy products fruit mushroom Sprouts with mushroom Tomato with apple beetroot citrus fruits Turnip with beans (string) beetroot carrot potato
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¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ Apple with cucumber orange pulp pear tomato Apricot with nectarine peach Banana with cheese egg orange pulp Berries (small) with citrus fruits Cherry with grape pineapple Citrus Fruits with berries (small) tomato Fruits with beans (string) cheese (fermented) milk mushroom pulse Grapefruit with Coffee Orange with grape melon Orange Pulp with apple banana Peach with pear Strawberry with citrus fruits potato
N.B. The combination of citrus fruits (i.e., grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange) with small berries, such as blackberry, blue, berry, currants (black, red and white), gooseberry, loganberry, strawberry, etc., is apt -to cause skin eruptions owing to the presence of opposing acids.
¾ Butter with fruit (fresh) mushroom ¾ Cheese (fermented) with artichoke fruit (fresh) mushroom pulse (a sprinkle of grated cheese is permissible with pulse dishes) salsify ¾ Cream with mushroom ¾ Egg with artichoke asparagus aubergine banana berries (fruit) celeriac cheese corn (on cob) eggplant mushroom pastry pineapple pulse salsify sprouts Moderation should be exercised in the use of butter, cheese, cream, eggs and milk, inasmuch as they are conducive to mucous, phlegm and other slime-creating organisms detrimental to membraneous operations, and are thus responsible for colds, coughs, catarrh and many other discomforts.
CHAPTER XVII: RECIPES SAUCES
Brown Sauce. Place a quantity of White flour in the oven and bake to a light golden brown, and afterwards pass it through a sieve. Store in a jar for use as necessary. Use 2 tablespoonfuls of the browned flour to one tablespoonful olive oil and stir until smooth. Add thereto a cupful or so of boiling water and stir well, seasoning to taste. Then bring it to boiling point and remove from the stove. Onion (finely chopped and braised) or garlic (grated or finely chopped) added thereto enhances the flavour. The addition of lemon juice, marmite, parsley, raisins or crushed gingerbread also make pleasing variations. After preparation, this sauce should not be allowed to stand more than 6 hours. A sauce of this kind added to vegetable, tuber or pulse dishes, not only improves the flavour, but aids digestion, creates vitamins and charges the glands.
Curry Sauce. 2 tablespoonfuls of oil or fat, 2 teaspoonfuls of curry powder, 1 tablespoonful of flour, I pint of hot milk, a pinch of salt and 1 bayleaf. Cook in a double boiler for 20 minutes.
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Sauces should not be allowed to stand for more than six hours after they have been prepared. Horse Radish Sauce. (a) Stir 1 tablespoonful of browned flour into 2 ozs. of salted butter over a slow flame. Add ½ pint of hot water, 1 pint of cream, 1 small grated horse radish root, 2 tablespoonfuls of tarragon vinegar, a pinch of white pepper, 1 level teaspoonful of salt. After blending all the ingredients together, remove from the stove and transfer to a double boiler and finish cooking. (b) To 1 cupful of freshly grated horse radish add 2 cupfuls of fresh cream, ½ teaspoonful of celery seed, a dash of cayenne, salt to taste, and boil slowly for 30 minutes. A few mustard seeds and kitchen bouquet improve the flavour. Horse radish sauce goes well with mashed potato, mashed turnip, toast, baked vegetables or nut roasts; also any of the batter or dough preparations. Horse radish used freely will relieve insomnia and glandular affections. (c) 1 tablespoonful of browned flour heated in oil or butter. Add 1 finely chopped onion and cook for a few minutes. Add 2 cupfuls of milk, a saltspoonful each of salt and sugar, 1 clove, 1 dessertspoonful of lemon juice, and boil for 10 minutes, then add 2 cupful of grated horse radish, remove from the stove and serve. Sour Cream Sauce. Mix well 1 pint of sour cream, 4 ozs. of cream cheese, 2 tablespoonfuls of tarragon vinegar, a dash of white pepper and salt. Heat in a double boiler, and serve. Tomato Sauce. One cupful tomato paste or thick purée (the tinned variety may be used if fresh tomato be not available), 2 cupfuls boiling water, a nugget of butter, 1 teaspoonful celery salt, a dash of cayenne pepper, 1 dessert-spoonful sugar, and 1 dessertspoonful browned flour smoothed down in a little cold water. Blend all the ingredients, together and boil for 3 to 5 minutes before serving. A little unsweetened tinned milk may be added.
The general method of preparing soups is outlined in Chapter V. Beetroot. Grate two good-sized raw beetroot. Add thereto 3 cupfuls of water, a teaspoonful of thyme, celery salt and a little marmite. Simmer for 30 minutes. Strain and thicken with browned flour. Just before serving, add a little unsweetened tinned milk, but do not allow it to boil. If it is to be used as a treatment, the marmite should be omitted. Brown Bean. Soak the beans for the customary period. Cook until tender and ready for breaking. Add finely chopped braised onion, sage and celery salt. Thicken with browned flour. Just before serving, stir in some unsweetened tinned milk. Marmite may be added thereto as desired. If preferred, the soup may be strained. Butter Bean. Soak for the customary period and then remove the skins. Cook in water or vegetable stock until sufficiently tender to mash into a thick creamy mixture. Add a good pinch of sage, celery salt and braised onion. Thin- down to the desired consistency with unsweetened milk. Marmite may be added thereto as desired. Fennel. To 1 tablespoonful of fennel seed add 1 pint of water, arid simmer for 15 to 20 minutes, then bring to boiling point for 1 minute. Strain and add braised onion, a tin of unsweetened milk, a little butter and seasoning to taste. Browned flour or agar-agar may be added thereto as desired. Excellent for kidney affections. Lentil. Soak some lentils for the customary period and then simmer until tender. Add finely chopped braised onion, celery salt, a good pinch of sage, and a little marmite as desired; simmer all together for 10 minutes. Strain and stir the liquid over browned flour which has been smoothed into hot oil or trex. Before removal from the fire, add, stirring all the time, sufficient unsweetened tinned milk to make a rich, smooth soup. Serve with small toasted bread cubes.
Take 1 cupful whole-grain wheat.DR. and simmered in a little oil or clarified butter and then strained. etc. Cook until tender. Add thereto 2 tablespoonfuls clarified butter. Tomato Cream. Take 2 or more shredded wheat biscuits crushed finely. Take a quantity of soaked whole-grain wheat. enhances the flavour. finely chopped. and season with appropriate savoury herb. Wheat Soup Stock. For invalids. the residue may be used for making rissoles. Serve with any fruit in season and fresh cream. Split Pea. then add a little cream or unsweetened tinned milk before removing from the stove. O. This is a more wholesome dish than any predigested dextrinized breakfast food for use during the winter months. Place it in a saucepan with plenty of water and cook until the kernels burst and a creamy substance exudes. Boil 6 medium-sized potatoes in just sufficient water for it to become absorbed by the time the tubers are cooked. Add some thyme or basil. finely chopped. Use tomato. leek. Thoroughly mash and beat them into a creamy consistency with unsweetened tinned and fresh milk. cayenne and a little marmite to taste. shredded or finely cut. garlic and tomato. stir in ½ teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda to prevent the milk from curdling. Cook until tender. pea and sweet-corn should be steamed or boiled and then strained. Wheat prepared as indicated in the foregoing recipe is excellent to use as stock in the preparation of various kinds of soups such as: asparagus. If desired. as desired. and is not so heating to the system. Acts as a mild laxative.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Simmer for 10 minutes. blend therewith some finely ground blanched almonds or pine kernels. thicken with browned flour. The bean. pass the gruel through a sieve. It is ideal for children. finely chopped and braised. also one small teaspoonful of sugar. Put a little oil in a pan. raisins or genuine brown cane sugar. celery. also a little pure honey. stirring frequently. Use pure honey. molasses. Wheat Gruel. Z. Stir well and cook for about 10 minutes. a little olive oil or a nugget of butter and season with salt according to taste. Add a few mustard seeds or a little ground mustard. 88 WWW. Strain and add unsweetened tinned milk. Crisped cereal flakes are preferable during the summer months. add boiling water to the desired consistency. Sweet Corn. and added just before serving. Shredded Wheat Gruel. In each case add the liquid to the wheat stock. when food prepared with water is not seasonable. A. Onion. maple syrup. cut finely fresh tender leaves of rhubarb and simmer in the oil for 15 minutes. may be added when serving. Before adding some unsweetened tinned milk to the purée. will prove excellent additions. Cook for 15 minutes or so. adding finely chopped braised onions. mint and seasoning to taste. Soak for the customary period. a little celery salt and cayenne. Press through a sieve and serve with cream. Parsley. The addition of ordinary white sugar is not advisable. and scorched parsley. Make a thin sauce with browned flour and add thereto. grind it into a coarse flour in a mill and sprinkle it into 3 pints salted boiling water. In case of debility. This is a far more wholesome and nourishing dish than oatmeal gruel. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Parsley. lightly braised onion. fresh or tinned. Just before removal from the fire add a cupful of sweet cream or some unsweetened tinned milk. adding celery salt. braised onion and a pinch of celery salt. Rhubarb.COM . season with a little celery salt and paprika. and then pass through a sieve. Potato. A little fresh cream may be also added thereto. Strain and add unsweetened tinned milk and a little butter. which should be chopped. Thin down a tin of sweet corn with vegetable stock. Thicken with browned flour. onion. also a suggestion of fennel and finely chopped. as it causes fermentation and lays a basis for diabetes. one bay leaf. lentil. Wheat for Children and Invalids.
Bring the barley to the boil in plenty of fresh cold water. Grate the root. 1 large onion. Barley Roast. then chill. using a little flour and an egg to bind. Mix well and allow it to stand for an hour so that the sauce may permeate the rice. Add seasoning to taste. and blend the ingredients into the barley with a pinch of salt and 2 bay leaves. salt and paprika. Cabbage (Red or Green). Serve with mushroom sauce. A few bay leaves and a clove of garlic may be added as desired.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. then blend all the ingredients together. 1 egg. Blend all the ingredients together and bake in a greased casserole. Immerse in a pan of boiling water.DR. and cook for 20 minutes without raising the lip 89 WWW. place in a well-greased casserole and bake for 1 hour. ¼ lb. a little chopped mint or parsley. Aubergine. Cook some finely chopped onion in hot fat. Blend all together. 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder. some breadcrumbs. Blend well together and bake for 1 hour. Celeriac (Celery Root). Cut finely some onion and cook it in hot fat. Steam a large root of celeriac. 2 cupfuls of fine breadcrumbs and seasoning to taste. It will prove wholesome to every kind of temperament and will meet all demands. Slice and dip in beaten white of egg and fry slowly in a small quantity of oil. Make a Spanish sauce of tomato. Add 1 onion (braised). ¼ lb. 2 onions (braised). finely cut onion. or alternatively in boiling hot tomato or other soup for 20 minutes without raising the lid during that period. Cook and chill 1 cupful of rice. 1 beaten egg. Z. ½ pint of milk. O. 2 roots of celeriac. and ½ teaspoonful of mixed herbs. Then add 1 dessertspoonful of lemon juice. (a) Use potato. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » SAVOURY DISHES Aubergine. dip in white of egg and breadcrumbs. Dumplings. ½ teaspoonful of salt. place in a muslin bag in order to squeeze out the moisture. Chop finely the onion and fry in hot fat. Bake in the oven for about an hour. roll in breadcrumbs and fry in hot oil. mushrooms. and scald. (b) 2 cupfuls of flour. Baked with Spanish rice. a little celery salt and paprika. raw. a little celery salt and cayenne. put into a casserole with a little water and olive oil. paprika and tomato. The scooped-out part may be cut into pieces and placed on the outer part of the casserole and some of the sauce poured over it. skin and mash them. marjoram. and cook it for about ½ hour. Celeriac Fritters. 1 tablespoonful of olive oil. add 1 onion (braised). Cucumber Savoury. cut it into slices. add the grated celeriac and stew together on a low heat for about 15 minutes. Turn the mixture into a greased casserole and bake for about 15 minutes. white of 1 egg. paprika and salt to taste. ½ cupful of milled nuts. Soak ¼ lb. may be added and cooked along with the cabbage. of butter beans for the customary period. add some chopped parsley. fill them with the prepared rice. 1 grated cucumber. grated. The root may be previously baked in cellophane before being grated. and pour it over the rice. sprinkle a few toasted breadcrumbs over the top and bake in an oiled casserole. Celetiac Roast. and fry in hot oil to a golden-brown. strain and rinse it with cold water. Shred the cabbage finely with a knife. adding 1 tablespoonful of olive oil. Blend all the ingredients together. Take a number of medium-sized aubergines and scoop out the centres. and roll lightly into balls. of barley soaked over-night. 1 cupful of breadcrumbs. Soak ½ lb. barley over-night. 2 cupfuls of soft breadcrumbs or matzo meal. Cook until soft and the liquid absorbed. 1 cupful of fresh milk. fresh green or red peppers. cut up into small pieces. Drop portions into a pan of boiling-hot water or boiling-hot soup. Apple. A. and cook slowly for about ½ hour. 1 beaten egg. ½ cupful of milled nuts. Barley Savoury. add finely chopped parsley. Bean Rissoles.COM . then cook. Season with celery salt and paprika and bake in the oven.
chopped parsley and seasoning to taste. place in pudding bowl. adding the curry powder. Mixed Fruit Pudding. Parsnip Savoury. trex. O. ¼ teaspoonful of salt. Mix the ingredients together with stock or water. place in a casserole and bake slowly for 2 hours. adding a few nuggets of butter. Boil to a stiff porridge ¼ lb. Marrow Savoury. Sieve. Banana or apple sliced and dipped into the batter. spread the mixture on a plate and allow it to coal. lentils. Serve with cream or lemon or vanilla sauce. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » during that period. onions. 1 gill of thick white sauce (2 tablespoonfuls of flour. Rissoles may be made with this mixture. Mix thoroughly. 4 ozs. 2 ozs. Skin them while still warm. pinch of salt. Z teaspoonful of curry powder. finely chopped figs. 2 cupfuls of milk. Add 1 breakfastcupful currants and sultanas which have been thoroughly washed and dried. seedless raisins. Peel and coarsely cut the onion and cook slowly in hot oil for 20 minutes with the lid on. celery salt and marjoram.DR. Cover with pastry crust and bake for an hour. of cream of wheat in ¾ pint of boiling salted water. Nut Patties. Batter: I cupful white flour. Mix thoroughly. paprika and salt to taste. ½ cupful chopped figs. finely chopped and braised. melted butter and a gill of milk). wrap them separately in cellophane and bake them in the oven until soft. to which have been added 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder. Lentil Pie. Turn out into a greased casserole and garnish with sliced tomato. Lentil Rissoles. 1 cupful of mixed milled nuts. but instead of baking. Add 1 oz. 4 ozs. (a) Grind 1 ½ cupfuls whole-grain wheat and soak in sufficient cold water overnight. Roll into balls the size of a walnut and cook or steam in salted water for 10 minutes. Peel and chop finely 3 large onions and fry for 15 minutes in olive oil. 1 oz. Sieve the flour and the dry ingredients several times. 1 teaspoonful brown cane sugar. Beat the eggs. 4 ozs. mix in the flour and milk and pour the mixture over the cooked onion. Serve with tomato sauce or browned flour sauce. The same method as for cucumber savoury. a little paprika. and 90 WWW. then mix with 2 wellbeaten eggs. Dip the portions desired in milk and then in white of egg and breadcrumbs. 4 ozs. and steam for 4 hours. 1 egg (well beaten). 1 teaspoonful mixed spice. Blend together with rice flour. Onion Pie. Wheat Dish. ½ cupful of flour. 2 tablespoonfuls of flour. Equal quantities of milled almond and raw peanut. Z. 1 braised onion.COM . may be added as desired. Fritters. Cook in a pie dish. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes or so.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. 2 ozs. 2 well-beaten eggs. (b) Blend together 4 ozs. Soak 2 cupfuls wholegrain wheat. 2 well-beaten eggs and 1 pint milk. Take 2 large parsnips. fry in hot oil. breadcrumbs. Nut Roast. 3 lb. 1 cupful of breadcrumbs. 2 ozs. add the other ingredients. and cook in a pan. scrub them well. 5 large grated apples and 1 ½ cupfuls milk. Apple. but do not peel. then cook slowly for 3 hours in sufficient water to cover. candied orange or lemon peel. Turn into a greased casserole and cover with greaseproof paper. a pinch of celery and onion salt. Soak the lentils for the customary period and then cook them until soft. 1 saltspoonful mixed powdered mace and cinnamon. 2 eggs. then friedd in deep fat. Cream of Wheat Dumplings. Similar method to Lentil Pie. white pepper and nutmeg. Z teaspoonful of caraway seed and a little salt. Onion. Add ½ teaspoonful curry powder. salt to taste. Make into patties and bake in the oven or fry in hot oil. wholemeal flour. and the juice of 2 oranges. grated rind of a lemon. brown breadcrumbs. caraway seed and salt. 2 eggs. of fresh butter and allow the porridge to cool. A. Turn into a greased basin and steam for 3 or 4 hours. Onion. and mix with cold water. Add a well-beaten egg.
add most of the Parmesan cheese to this and blend well together. of semolina. 2 cupfuls of rice. A suggestion of powdered ginger may be added. Slice some tomato and simmer in butter until half done. ½ teaspoonful of marjoram. parsley and tomato. 1 grated onion. 1 large onion. cut it into equal parts. Rice Savoury. add thereto a tin of sweet corn. potatoes. Brown a sliced onion in 1 tablespoonful of olive oil. Cook the rice and chill it. Cook and chill some rice. pour thereover boiling water and allow it to stand for 5 minutes or so. Sprinkle the remainder of the Parmesan cheese over the top and bake in a hot oven for 45 minutes. Wash the required quantity of spinach. 1 tablespoonful of oil. 1 tablespoonful of flour. Cook and chill some rice. Cook and mash the potato. Prepare the peppers by cutting off the tops and scraping out the seeds. some braised onion. cover 91 WWW. Steam until done. After pouring boiling water over the peppers. 1 teaspoonful of salt. a teaspoonful of aniseed. also a tablespoonful of olive oil. drain and stuff them with the filling already prepared. Blend the ingredients well together and drop portions from a spoon into a frying pan containing olive oil or trex. A. also cook some onion. a greased-casserole for 15 minutes. 3 eggs. Z. The polenta may be served with tomato sauce or fruit sauce. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » allow to cool. a little celery salt and paprika. 2 cupfuls of chopped celery (mostly tops and green). a little marjoram and other seasoning to taste. Remove from the stove and lightly mix into it l' teaspoonful of curry powder and a little salt. 2 cloves of garlic. ½ teaspoonful of thyme. 1 large raw potato (grated). adding 2 large onions (braised). Brown the very finely chopped garlic and parsley in oil. mushroom. 1 qt. If served with mushroom sauce. season to taste. O.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. of boiled rice. Cook the onion in hot fat and add the spinach. braised onion. turn the pieces on the wide side and spray abundantly with grated Parmesan cheese. Add the salt and pour the polenta into an oiled mould. Save the seeds to add to soup stock and the tops to replace over the peppers while being baked. Bake for 15 minutes or so. 1 lb. 2 cupfuls of grated Parmesan cheese. ½ teaspoonful of salt. and place therein a layer of tomato and the other ingredients alternately until used up. the egg should he omitted. Polenta. blend well together. and cover with slices of potato. 1 small onion. a little celery salt and a dash of cayenne. When cold. then. 1 cupful. 1 small tin of unsweetened milk. tinned tomato or tomato juice. Serve with cranberry or apple sauce and black coffee: Potato Rissole. Serve with cranberry sauce. Spinach. a little curry powder. add to the cold semolina. 1 lb. ½ cupful of chopped parsley. finely cut.DR. add the chopped celery and cook it until tender. add the wheat. Form into rissoles and fry a golden-brown. 3 tablespoonfuls of flour. Grate them. Rice Curry. Bring the water and oil to boiling point and slowly stir in the cornmeal. 3 tablespoonfuls of ground wheat. 3 tablespoonfuls of parsley. Keep it boiling on an asbestos mat and stir for 1 hour. flour and braised onion and parsley. 2 cupfuls of milk. add the spinach. Spinach Pie. add another layer of polenta and spray cheese over the top. and add them to the re-heated rice. Butter a pie dish. a little cayenne. salt. 1 egg. Similar method to Cream of Wheat Dumplings. 4 chili peppers. Afterwards turn it all into a greased casserole. Peppers (Capsicum).COM . of spinach. Semolina Dumplings. when cold. Blend all the ingredients together and bake in. 1 cupful of oil. then drain. Sprinkle breadcrumbs thereover and add a few nuggets of butter. 4 cupfuls of water to 1 of cornmeal. Bake for 15 minutes or so. allow them to soak therein for about 5 minutes. Add the chili peppers and salt. 1 beaten egg. Potato Pancakes. which has been brought to smoke heat. Boil the semolina and allow it to cool. then add the tomato and boil for 5 minutes. Bake in a hot oven until the cheese is melted. 1 lb. Semolina. in hot oil or fat.
adding 2 tablespoonfuls olive oil. Soak 1 cupful whole-grain wheat. blend them together with the peas. cover it with pastry crust and bake for 1 hour. Bake. Tomato and Mushroom. 1 cauliflower. stir them into the milk and then into the mixture. 4 tablespoonfuls of cornmeal. olives. Then mash and add a little more oil. (a) Grated raw potato mixed with grated raw carrot and a sprinkle of flour. 92 WWW. 2 cupfuls of matzo meal.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. 1 saltspoonful marjoram. 1 ½ cupfuls of tinned sweet corn. Vegetable Stew. In order to utilise them for baking tamales. blending the ingredients well together. Add a dessertspoonful of water and 1 tablespoonful of olive oil. 1 scant tablespoonful of flour. onions (braised). olive oil and seasoning. White Turnip. 2 well-beaten eggs. Sprinkle each layer lightly with salt. anise or dill. a pinch of salt and pepper. caraway. 1 tablespoonful of cream or tinned milk. Serve with curry sauce. Form into rissoles or patties and fry in a well-oiled frying pan. Blend the rice with the onion and spinach. Turn into a casserole. tomatoes. they must be left on the stalk end of the cob. ¾ cupful of milk. Corn husks are the sheath-like leaves which envelop the corn cob. adding the oil. Cook some turnips in a casserole in a little water and some olive oil until soft and the liquid absorbed. Spinach Savoury. Blend all the ingredients together and bake for an hour. Serve with tomato sauce and sauerkraut. and bake for ½ hour. (b) 2 cupfuls of cooked cream of wheat or semolina. Tamales. Bake in a greased pie dish for about 15 minutes. The Mexicans use corn husks for baking tamales. paprika and parsley. adding the curry powder and salt to taste. Season to taste. 2 potatoes and 2 onions. season with celery salt and cayenne pepper. 1 lb. 3 tomatoes (skinned). Wheat Savoury. salt. Z. salt and finely chopped parsley. split peas (green) over-night. 1 egg. ¼ lb. salt and paprika. Then add: 1 large grated onion. 1 cupful of tinned tomato. toasted bread. 1 finely minced or grated onion. Serve with tomato sauce or browned flour sauce. of. 1 cupful ground almond. then cover with plenty of water and cook until the kernels burst. dice the toast and place in alternate layers. Blend all the ingredients together.COM . 1 beaten egg or a little grated cheese. N. Cook in hot fat 2 finely chopped onions. 2 onions. Bake in a well-oiled pan in a moderate oven. and salt to taste. Symposium. It is well to sprinkle into the mixture aromatics: fennel. Season to taste. 1 saltspoonful sage. 1 Ib. Soak the wheat for 3 days (changing the water frequently). Bake for about an hour. 2 eggs. 1 grated celeriac. of oil or melted butter. season with celery salt and paprika. for about 15 minutes. egg and seasoning. slice the potatoes and onions. Mix the corn. adding marjoram. Place in an oiled dish and bake for 1 hour. Allow it to cool. O. Wheat Roast. rice (cooked and chilled). green pepper and cornmeal.DR. 4 minced stuffed olives. slice up the tomatoes and mushrooms. 1 oz. paprika and parsley. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » and cook for 15 minutes on a slow heat. 1 small grated onion. tomato. Grease a casserole. tomatoes. 1 well-beaten egg. A. then simmer until well cooked. 3 eggs and 2 cupfuls of milk. spinach (cooked in oil).B. beat the eggs. in the oven. Cover and bake slowly in oven. Grease a pie dish. and allow to stand for 1 hour. break the cauliflower into small pieces. 2 lb. and cook slowly for about 1 hour until the water is almost absorbed. Soak ½ lb. the other end of thee shucks may be tied with a thread or twisted in order to hold the filling intact. or bake in the oven. Grated raw onion may be added if desired. of mushrooms. Split Pea Savoury. 1 cupful of wheat. Beat the eggs into the milk and pour it on to the mixture. ½ teaspoonful of powdered sage. 1 minced green pepper. a pinch of ginger. onion. 1 leek and finely chopped parsley. Bake in a buttered casserole in a moderate oven or in corn husks.
Green Pea and Sweet Corn. Pine Kernel.COM . 1 bottle of Heinz tomato chutney. ¼ lb. A large cupful of green split peas. Tomato. season with marjoram. of butter in a double boiler. SALADS Read the note in Chapter V. Blend all the ingredients together and allow to stand for at least a day before use. Cook the tomato in the butter. (a) Mill a quantity of pine kernels or walnuts and mix with the desired quantity of honey. ½ lb. spring onion. 1 egg. at the same time adding a little lemon or orange juice in which some honey has been dissolved. A portion of cottage cheese. Z. ¼ lb. butter. add beaten egg. Soak some raisins in lemon juice for several hours. Boil the peas into a pulp and add the other ingredients thereto. Cucumber and Cream Cheese. and mix therewith some stiffly whipped cream. milled pine kernels. Raisin and Nut.a braised onion and a little matzo meal. 1 tin tomato purée. season to taste. 1 oz. and then add the ground nuts and marmite. 2 ozs. of thick tomato purée and sufficient ground` almond to make it into a paste. 1 oz. length of cucumber without peeling it. Rub the tomato through a sieve into this mixture and add the other ingredients. Place the butter in a pan with 1 bay leaf. A clove of garlic on the end of a fork when stirring improves the flavour. a little marmite. Cheese. then mince to a paste with a fork. ½ cupful of thick sour cream. and cook. 1 large onion (finely cut and chopped). Melt a little marmite in a drop of hot water and add thereto. adding thick sour cream thereto.DR. pound the tomato and drop it into the butter. a level teaspoonful of marmite. ¼ lb. pepper and salt. Melt the butter in a pan. ½ cupful of chopped walnuts. butter. ¼ lb. stir. 1 saltspoonful of ground mace and a little pepper and salt. 1 cream cheese. relating to the preparation of salads and the harmonious 93 WWW. 1 egg. 1 tin of pimento. ground walnuts. Piquant Spread. 1 bay leaf. Add a well-beaten egg and cook until it thickens. A. Pimento. The flavour is improved if the pine kernels are slightly roasted before milling. Cream Cheese and Walnut. salt to taste. SANDWICH FILLINGS (SWEET) Honey and Nut. then beat in the breadcrumbs and add the other ingredients. a little mustard. season to taste. grated cheese. . butter. 1 tin sweet corn. Mash the pimento with a fork. according to taste. and afterwards mix them with a quantity of milled nuts. Season with a dash of white pepper and salt to taste. Walnut. and celery salt to taste. (b) Put a quantity of pine kernels through a mincer. a pinch each of salt and paprika. butter. add 2 ozs. tomato. Season with a dash of cayenne and white pepper. Cut and chop finely some celery or chives. Grate a 2-in. ½ cupful of thick sour cream and ½ cupful of minced stuffed olives. Chop the onion finely and mix along with the other ingredients and the cheese. and then cream them by stirring briskly with a fork. 1 large tomato. Cream Cheese and Olive. O. Melt 1 small cream cheese and 1 oz. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » SANDWICH FILLINGS (SAVOURY) Celery or Chive. cayenne pepper and salt to taste. 1 tomato. stirring all the time. 1 cream cheese. 1 tablespoonful breadcrumbs.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. and blend with 1 small cream cheese.
Serve a slice on lettuce. slice a hard-boiled egg. 8 asparagus tips.DR. Serve on lettuce with sliced tomato (skinned). then skin and dice them. Garnish each salad with 2 balls of the cottage cheese and pour over all the French dressing. O. cress or endive with cottage cheese. Avocado. ½ cupful of French dressing. and garnish with finely scissored chives. 1 tablespoonful of finely minced onion. and add mayonnaise dressing or whipped cream thereto. Fill the cavity with a dressing made of grated horse radish. 2 tablespoonfuls of bran flakes and 4 tablespoonfuls of French dressing. Bake some potatoes in jackets (not too tender). Shred finely raw bleached cabbage. Choose the green cantaloupe variety. stand upright in lettuce nests and serve with paprika French dressing. lengthwise. pimento. pour thereover some dressing. surround with lettuce leaves. 2 ½ cupfuls of shredded lettuce. Crisp the endive. Banana. nutmeg or mace. Wash the peppers and cut crosswise. Garnish with lightly browned milled nuts and strips of pimento. Beetroot and Avocado. Sliced avocado encircled by grated baked beetroot and topped with thick sour cream. Slice the banana thereover. and cut celery into small pieces. 4 small rings cut from green peppers. ½ cupful of cottage cheese. allow them to cool. place in the pepper rings. Health Salad. and drained. Asparagus. and blend together with mayonnaise dressing. Cut it into small pieces and lay them on a bed of lettuce. sprinkle mustard seed thereover. finely chop an onion. a little honey. and blend some mayonnaise therewith. 1 tablespoonful of chili sauce and 1 chopped hard-boiled egg. celery salt. 1 head of endive. Serve on lettuce or watercress. Apple and Celery. Peel the grape fruit and remove the pith. stone them and fill the cavities with cottage cheese mixed with milled nuts or chives. strips of tender celery. 8 3-in. may be added. Use no green-stuffs therewith. sprinkle with cinnamon. Pineapple and Cheese. Cabbage.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Serve on a lettuce leaf and garnish with cress. also an equal quantity of finely chopped celery. Melon. remove the rind and cut the slices into small pieces. walnut or pimento. tomato or olives.COM . Asparagus Bouquet. strips of cucumber. Arrange the lettuce on four salad plates. chop finely an onion and soak it in olive oil for an hour. Fill the centre of the dish with cold baked beetroot (diced). mellow apples and dice them. cabbage and radish. and garnish with mayonnaise or nut cream. 1 cupful of finely shredded. Make. ½ cupful of minced radish. 1 head of crisp lettuce. The onion is more digestible if previously soaked in olive oil for an hour. Blend them together with a little cinnamon. garnish with violet petals and roasted brazil nuts. garnish with watercress and ripe olives. Pear. watercress. on each place a small mound of the minced pepper. Date and Cheese. and garnish with mayonnaise or nut cream. separate the stalks and arrange on individual plates. Potato. Beetroot. scalded. 8 3-in. nutmeg or curry powder. Fresh or tinned pines may be used. then strain. Cut the avocado in two. scald and drain. adding as seasoning a little celery salt and a dash of 94 WWW. sliced. A. Dice some melon and ripe peach. and garnish with rich cream. Serve on lettuce. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » combination of their ingredients. Peach and Melon. and garnish with chopped blanched almond. Place a half portion of pear on a lettuce leaf. lemon juice and fresh cream. Blend all the ingredients together. Pare some soft. Serve on a lettuce leaf. chili sauce and egg. add a little grated carrot and garnish with pimento and I or 2 black olives. Z. or alternatively with sliced banana. Chiffonade Endive. Serve 6 sticks of cooked asparagus on some leaves of lettuce. Pour over it the French dressing mixed with the onion. 4 tablespoonfuls of minced green pepper. white cabbage. Grape Fruit and Banana. 8 small balls of cottage cheese and roll them in the bran. allow 2 strips of cucumber and celery and 2 asparagus tips to each person. Serve on a bed of crisp lettuce. Wash well a handful of dates. also mayonnaise dressing.
Place the agar in cold water with the sugar. Olives and tomato or olives and pimento may be added. O. 1 cupful of brown sugar and 1 cupful of apple juice. may be added. and then fold in the stiffly beaten whites. l teaspoonful of salt. 3 lb. Mayonnaise (Eggless). 4 ozs. Mayonnaise. an earthenware dish. DESSERT DISHES Agar-Orange Pudding. 2 tablespoonfuls of lemon juice. 95 WWW. 1 pint of orange juice. of brown sugar.COM . 1 saltspoonful of mustard. 3 lb. 1 ½ cupfuls of cold water and 1 tablespoonful of flaked or 'cut agar. Use a fork with a bean of garlic on the prongs to whip up the mixture. of milled nuts. Add the juice of half a lemon to these ingredients. Then add the juice of several lemons and a tin of unsweetened milk. grated lemon and orange rind. fresh or tinned.DR. Equal quantities of lemon juice and olive oil. celery salt and cayenne. grated rind of 1 lemon and 1 orange. Serve with cream. ½ cupful of sugar. steadily whipping with a double egg whisk. of breadcrumbs and turn the mixture into a baking dish. Spread thereover a mixture of 3 ozs. then dropped in spoonfuls into deep fat and fried.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH.B. Blend together the apples. Pare and core 4 large apples and cook in . bread. Whip separately the whites and yolks of 2 eggs. Allow the mixture to stand awhile to permit the onion flavour to permeate the other ingredients. 1 egg. Add thereto ½ pint or so of olive oil very slowly. Lemon juice tends to thicken the mixture. apples. and a tablespoonful of sugar. Add the yolks to the mixture first and blend well together. they may be grated just before use and folded into the batter. Serve hot or cold with cream. N. This mixture will keep for several days if kept in an airtight container. Apple Charlotte. and 1 beaten egg. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » cayenne. whip together. and use a fork with a bean of garlic on the prongs to whip it up. sugar and sultanas. a little sugar or honey. As an alternative method to slicing the apples. Peel the apples and cut up. SALAD DRESSINGS French. 1 saltspoonful of salt. Pass through a sieve and beat into a cream while warm.without water. 1 cupful of sultanas or currants. peeled and cooked in an earthenware jar without water. Beat these ingredients thoroughly together and allow to stand awhile. Mix all the ingredients together. l lb. 2 tablespoonfuls of lemon juice. 1 teaspoonful of mustard. butter. Apple Omelette. 1 dessertspoonful of honey. Cream. Nut Cream. Serve on lettuce and garnish with mayonnaise or thick cream. 1 tablespoonful of honey and ½ a teaspoonful of ground cinnamon. and then add olive oil and lemon juice. -The juices of small fruit berries may be treated in a similar manner. Apple Almond. Plain. salt and cayenne. For diabetics. 2 ozs. of apples. It may be also baked as an open pie in a pastry shell. also cut up the bread into small pieces and fry in fat. of ground almond. nuts. Turn into individual moulds and leave in a cool place to set. and simmer until the agar has dissolved. the juice of 1 lemon. turn into a buttered dish and bake for ½ an hour. Blend with 3 ozs. Decorate with blanched almonds and bake until firm (about 40 minutes) in a moderate oven. ¼ saltspoonful of cayenne. 1 teaspoonful of honey. Add thereto a tablespoonful of cocoanut or pine-kernel butter. a dash of cayenne. sugar may be omitted. 1 small teaspoonful of mustard. Thin down with tinned milk and lemon juice as necessary. a little honey. Z. bread. Apple Fritters. 1 cupful of chopped nuts. Turn out into a greased dish and bake to a delicate brown colour in a moderate oven. Then add slowly a small tin of unsweetened milk and whip until the right consistency is attained. A. Strain through butter muslin and add to the orange and lemon juice. 4 ozs. Beat all together until well emulsified.
1 heaped tablespoonful of agar-agar and honey to sweeten. 4 cupfuls of scalded milk. 2 ½ cupfuls of cranberry. Serve while hot. O. adding a dash of paprika when folded. adding the powdered senna gradually. drain and add a little boiling water and allow to simmer until tender. Serve in individual glasses and decorate with whipped cream and chocolate shavings. dates and 1 oz. honey to sweeten. ½ teaspoonful of salt. senna powder. Place a layer of strawberry and whipped cream on the bottom portion. 1 cupful of water. Pour a small portion of the tapioca mixture over the egg yolk. 96 WWW. 1 teaspoonful of flavouring. ¼ lb. of egg. Add the tapioca and salt to the milk and cook in a double pan. break open the scones while hot and butter them. 1 level tablespoonful of flour. of prunes and then soak them for several hours in apple cider. 3 sliced bananas. Various fruit juices may be also used. Fruit Cake (laxative). Fold a small portion into the stiffly beaten white. Turn into a heated frying pan with a little butter. Strawberry Shortcake. whip them together and add thereto 1 large tin of unsweetened milk. white of egg. do not turn. prunes. First wash the fruit well in several applications of hot water. First make a rich scone1 lb. . add the sweetening and water. The pancakes may be slipped under the grill for a minute or so. Wash the berries. bake in a quick oven. Wash thoroughly ½ lb. The prunes will require to be soaked over-night to loosen the stones and then dried before mincing. stiffly beaten. Other fruit berries may be used similarly. Add the honey. Cook gently on one side only. 1 or 2 egg yolks. Spanish black figs. and then cook with sliced apple. When done. Serve cold with whipped cream. Serve with whipped cream. Whisk the whites of 2 eggs to a stiff froth and fold lightly into the pulp. Pass the fruit through a mincer. add the remaining tapioca and blend. 1 cupful of brown sugar or some honey. pour the liquid thereover and allow it . Z. Place one-third of the fruit in a deep dish well greased. ¼ lb. Return to the double pan and cook until it thickens. then add a little honey. 6 ozs. Soak some sago in water for an hour or so. may be substituted. 2 cupful of hot water. Remove the stones and rub the prunes through a sieve. and fold the other half thereover. Prune Souffle. Serve with cream. Place in a freezer. 3 or 4 whipped bananas and a pinch of salt. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Cranberry and Banana. Cut up a banana into slices and place them at the bottom of a dish. slightly beaten. jelly. Ginger Patties. Spread over one-half some warm maple syrup. a little whipped cream on the top and a sprinkle of milled nuts which have been previously browned in the oven before being ground. a pinch of salt. Dissolve the agar in the water.4 juicy oranges. Ice Cream. etc. Cover tightly with a good flaky pastry.. Turn the mixture into a greased pie dish and bake for about 15 minutes.DR. parsley or mixed herbs. 4 lb.to set. 1 cupful of sugar. stirring frequently. 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda dissolved in 1 cupful of sour milk or buttermilk. Pat the mixture into a large cake and dust with rice flour. trex. A. Use tinned strawberry when the fresh variety is not available. stirring vigorously. A savoury filling comprised of finely cut chive.COM . add a layer of sliced banana and continue with alternate layers of cranberry and banana. Then remove it from the fire and add the flavouring. Pancakes. 4 juicy lemons (baked). and then dry in the oven. adding a little honey to sweeten and a little cinnamon or a few cloves as flavouring. Then fold lightly into the mixture the stiffly whipped white of egg. Cook in a covered pan until the berries finish popping. yolk of egg and 3 tablespoonfuls of cold water. Sago and Apple. Fill patty shells with small pieces of crystallized ginger. and afterwards add the other ingredients. 3 tablespoonfuls of fine tapioca. Fruit Mould. 4 teaspoonful of salt. replace the top portion and add more strawberry and cream. jam. 3 eggs. then pass the mixture through the mincer a second time. Tapioca Cream. flour. Blend the ingredients together and beat the batter well.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. 1 pint of fresh milk.
Butter and serve hot. adding vanilla or almond flavouring. and pour thereover. 4. (c) sliced peach. 1 cupful of white flour. and bake in a slow oven. 1 oz. Boil slowly until transparent. The flour should be cold and the water icecold. 12 ozs. ETC. adding the juice of 1 lemon and the rind of ½ a lemon. A. a little honey or brown sugar. Pour thereover some custard. of cornflour. each of barley flour and wheaten flour. Mix in the usual way and bake in a moderate oven in well-greased muffin tins.DR. a pinch of salt and a heaped teaspoonful of baking powder. Pat it with floured hands quickly into a very hot pan which has been rubbed over with oil or trex and set in a very hot oven. Blend all ingredients together. Cook some rhubarb. Roll out. also fresh grated pineapple makes a delicious filling. of sugar. with its radiations. Charcoal Biscuits. Blend these ingredients together and mix with cold water. Doughgods. Grind one cupful whole-grain wheat and soak in sufficient cold water to be absorbed overnight. mashed. stewed or tinned. will create different tasting muffins or doughgods. Allow it to cool slightly. (a) caramel syrup and -chopped nuts. (a) Crumble a plain sponge cake and soak it in ginger ale or the syrup of preserved ginger. . HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Alternative decorations. Z. and proceed as in the case of bran muffins. melted butter and 1 pint milk. the juice of 1 lemon and 2 oranges. soak over-night. of white flour. a tablespoonful of agar-agar. Trifle. and that which perpetuates form manifestation – man – is a doughgod. (b) 3 tablespoonfuls of flour. 2 cupfuls of bran. cut into small rounds and bake in a quick oven. 6 ozs. The consistency of the batter. 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda dissolved in a cupful of sour milk. BISCUITS. 4 ozs. Line a dish with a layer thereof. Serve with whipped cream. of wheaten flour. another layer of sponge. 5 ozs. (a) 1 cupful of flour. Doughgods may be also made on a waffle iron. 1 teaspoonful of brown sugar. Pour the latter mixture over the custard. Add 3 ozs. Make a thin custard. 2 teaspoonfuls of baking power. Rub 3 ozs. (b) tinned strawberry. 3 ozs. Digestive Biscuits. Blend all the ingredients together and serve in individual moulds decorated with sweet cream. Brazil nuts. a little salt. may besprinkled over the custard. 1 pint of water. ozs. During Lent the salt and sugar content should be omitted. of trex. Then take a cupful of water. is the God unto life – the life-giver – the creator. Other kinds of fruit berries may be used similarly. Drop into an oiled pan and set in a hot oven for 15 minutes. pour the mixture thereover and steam for 4 hours. Mix in the usual way and bake in a moderate oven.. 1 heaped teaspoonful powdered charcoal. a little salt and sufficient water to make it into a muffin batter. grated carrot. 6 ozs. butter or trex. (b) Crumble a plain sponge cake. Roll out to desired thickness. Treacle Pudding. then add a layer of fresh ripe loganberries. Use 1 cupful of cornmeal. Blend well together. Place in a pudding. and 1 egg. 1 cupful of tapioca. adding sufficient water to make a batter. 1 cupful of wheaten flour. perforate with a fork.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. variation in salt and sugar content.bowl 3 tablespoonfuls treacle or golden syrup. Serve with cream or a sauce. ½ teaspoonful of salt. The reason they are called doughgods is because the ancients realized that the sun. 2 eggs. 2 well-beaten eggs. 97 WWW. (d) cherry. and add thereto sliced banana. (f) dates (chopped). ½ lb freshly milled wheat. O. Barley Scones. Bran Muffins. 3 ozs. SCONES.COM . salt and milk. Tapioca Pudding. Doughgods are best made at early morn or late at night. Boil until the agar has dissolved. of trex or olive oil. of butter or trex therein and then mix with milk to a soft dough. slightly browned in the oven and then milled. Corn Muffins. (e) crystallized ginger. 2 tablespoonfuls of treacle.
7 ozs. But in a doughgod there is no yeast germ or anything else to harm. 1 oz. each. ¼ Ib. ¼ lb. sultanas. of sugar. A. and 2 teaspoonfuls cream of tartar. adding the sifted dry ingredients and lastly the melted shortening. Mix the ingredients into a soft dough and form balls thereof. Nut Biscuits. Blend thoroughly and moisten with milk. it will stay on the stomach even though it may refuse pineapple or gum arabic – which is given as a last resort. Make into a soft batter with milk. ¾ lb. white flour. ½ cupful wheat flakes. of nut butter. a little salt. This quantity will yield two loaves of delicious gingerbread. Allow them to remain in the oven to thoroughly dry and crisp. Fahr. 1 teaspoonful bi-carbonate of soda. of Quaker oats. Oaten Scones. a pinch of salt. 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder. especially at the back of the head. Z. 4 lb. Gingerbread. Wheatmeal Waffles. Soda and baking powder have a similar effect. 1 ½ cupfuls of flour. Ginger Cake. trex. 2 teaspoonful of baking powder. Remove from the oven. Bake in a flat greased tin in a slow oven. water or fruit juices. 1 tablespoonful of olive oil or butter. bake a doughgod and eat it. 1 heaped cupful mixed and sifted wholemeal and white flour. 1 ½ ozs. Sultana Scones. 2 cupfuls of honey. Oaten Biscuits. Beat the yolk of egg in a mixing bowl. ½ teaspoonful salt. 1 cupful of sour milk. a little salt. O. Beat the white of egg into a stiff froth and fold it lightly into the mixture. 1 tablespoonful walnuts. Digestive disturbances usually follow indulgence in hot yeasted bread. of flour. 4 cupfuls of flour. the arsenic will evaporate and not do much harm. When out of sorts. ¾ lb. add the water or milk and continue to beat with the egg whisk. cut into rounds and bake in a cool oven. 4 lb. Bake on an oven sheet until nicely brown. 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda. and this will cause a headache. butter or nut butter. oats and the same quantity of white flour. ½ teaspoonful each of cinnamon and ginger. The presence of arsenic interferes with the action of the stomach. butter or trex. 2 ozs. and bake for ¼ hour or so. of butter and make into dough that is rather softer than usual. Blend well together and rub therein 3 ozs. 3 ozs. Roll out. 1 breakfastcupful of white flour. although eaten while hot. 2 tablespoonfuls pine kernels. 1 cupful cold water. ¼ lb. Waffles. of brown sugar. of flour. 2 eggs (beat the whites and yolks separately). Sift the dry ingredients. 2 parts wholemeal and 1 part white flour. stir it in with a fork. Some sodas will develop arsenic. it will not cause indigestion or dyspepsia. 11 teaspoonfuls of baking powder. ground ginger. 1 lb. pinch of salt. break them open and return to the oven until browned all over. Ginger Biscuits. 1 oz. 1 tablespoonful of syrup or treacle. Rusks. brown cane sugar. of syrup. Bake in a moderate oven. due to the arsenic developed by its yeast content. and sugar. 2 ozs. 4 ozs. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Although a doughgod has the appearance of being heavy. ¾ teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda. of 1 ½ lb. Always make doughgods fresh for every meal or just before required they are to be eaten while hot. 1 egg.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Bind the ingredients together with an egg. ½ cupful milled blanched almonds.DR. milled wheat. 2 eggs. 5 ozs. 2 tablespoonfuls of olive oil. If bread is allowed to cool. Bake slowly for 1 hour at about 350 deg. 2 eggs and a cupful of sour milk. Roll out and bake in the oven. 1 cupful of oil. of trex. 1 teaspoonful of ginger and a small egg to bind. Separate the white from the yolk of the egg. of sugar. Roll out into one big round. divide into 8 sections. 1 teaspoonful of baking powder.. 1 cupful of water or milk. 1 dash of white pepper and 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda (dissolve in 1 tablespoonful of hot water). 1 lb. put on a baking sheet.. and everything taken into it hardens and becomes heavy. 98 WWW.COM . Mix with 2 tablespoonfuls milk and bake on top shelf in moderate oven for about 15 minutes.
Wheaten Scones. 5 ozs. slice them through with a knife. a pinch of salt and just enough cold water to hold the mixture together. and some spice in place of the celery seed. and when cold spread butter thereon. 1 dessert-spoonful ground celery seed and a little salt. 6 ozs. adding greens. ¾ cupful of fresh milk. trex and mix to a stiff paste with cold water or sour milk.. Allow to stand 1 hour or more before baking in waffle iron. of trex. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Beat the flour into the water with a silver fork. tomato and sliced egg. Sieve the ingredients several times through a hair sieve and store in an airtight container. folding them lightly into the mixture. or alternatively cheese. a tablespoonful of oil and add the yeast. perforate with a fork. After stirring awhile. Work in all the flour and knead well. ½ teaspoonful of salt. trex or nut butter. i. increase the heat to finish the baking. (b) 2 cupfuls wholemeal flour. milled wheat. Bread Sticks. Prepare some doughgods. wheatmeal. 1 ½ tablespoonfuls of sugar. a pinch of salt and 1 cupful water. Mix with milk or water and proceed in the usual way. white flour. If necessary. It must be kept in a warm place for about fifteen minutes. Wholemeal Biscuits. (a) Mix together 5 tablespoonfuls olive oil. ½ teaspoonful salt. 4 teaspoonfuls of baking powder. 2 cupfuls of flour.COM . perforate with a fork. cut into squares or circles. working it back and kneading well each time before making it into loaves. (a) 10 ozs. ¼ cupful of chopped nuts. Roll to ½ 99 WWW. BREAD Bread. 2 teaspoonfuls baking powder. In the meanwhile sieve 3 ½ lbs. BAKING POWDER ½ lb. digestible pastry: 1 lb. 8 ozs. and bake on greased sheets. and bake on greased sheets. of cream of tartar and ½ lb. adding a little white flour. as well as more or less sugar and salt. The secret lies in beating the air into the batter in an open doorway. Allow it to stand for 1 hour. Bake in a quick oven for 25 minutes. add thereto the well-beaten yolks of 2 eggs and 1 ½ cupfuls sweet milk. Blend therewith 10 ozs. A. add the well beaten whites of the eggs. Allow the dough to rise three times. 4 tablespoonfuls of fat. make a well and into this pour one pint of warm water or milk – sour or fresh.DR. fine freshly ground wheat. add a little honey or brown cane sugar. (b) Blend together 8 ozs. Z. of bi-carbonate of soda. 1 teaspoonful salt. Roll out thinly and cut into squares or circles. of rice flour or cornflour. after which allow it to rise once more and place in a moderate oven and bake for seventy minutes. Wholemeal Sandwich.e. Knead it again until the dough becomes firm. 2 ozs. Handle the dough as little as possible. of flour. PASTRY The following makes a light. To the dough add 2 tablespoonfuls of brown sugar. 1 tablespoonful of candied orange peel – all finely chopped. O. ¼ cupful of raisins. of wholemeal flour which has been warmed. caraway and poppy seeds may be also used. to aerate it. Rub lightly into it 2 ozs. fine oatmeal. olive and radish. Dissolve one ounce of yeast in a cup of lukewarm water to which has been added about a tablespoonful each of salt and sugar and a dash of cayenne pepper. add the salt and melted shortening. While still warm. It may be necessary to add more or less flour. Roll out thinly. ¼ lb. 2 teaspoonfuls molasses or pure honey. In localities where there is much lime in the water (seaside places especially) more sugar and less salt is required. If a sweet biscuit be preferred.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH.
and bake in a moderate oven for 20 minutes. 1 teaspoonful salt and 2 teaspoonfuls honey or brown cane sugar. Divide into two round loaves and bake in a moderate oven. wholemeal flour. adding the water thereto a little at a time until an emulsion forms. A. trex or nut butter. 2 cupful olive oil or 100 WWW.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Work in 2 ozs. Stir until smooth. and lastly add 2 ½ teaspoonfuls baking powder previously mixed with a little white flour. a little candied peel and I teaspoonful bi-carbonate of soda. Place in warm buttered pan. 1 gill sour or sweet milk. (b) Make a "sponge" from ½ cupful lukewarm water. Popovers. wholemeal flour. Form quickly into small loaves and bake for 1 hour in a moderate oven. wholemeal flour. Knead thoroughly and mould into a loaf. sufficient wholemeal flour to make a stiff dough. Fruit Loaf. Sift the dry ingredients together. and ½ oz. Wheat Cakes. ½ teaspoonful salt. rub in 1 oz. Allow the dough to stand some hours. Grease a shallow baking dish and place the mixture therein. Z. Knead thoroughly until smooth and elastic. Then put another greased dish on the top and cook in fairly swift oven for 40 minutes. Take 6 cupfuls wheatmeal flour and blend therewith 2 teaspoonfuls bicarbonate of soda. 4 cupfuls whole-wheat flakes. vegetables or syrup. After 15 minutes lower -the temperature and continue baking for 1 hour. Cook for 15 minutes uncovered. until all the water has been absorbed. Raisin Loaf. Unfermented Wheat Bread. 2 cupfuls wheatmeal flour. Add ½ cupful scalded milk cooled to lukewarm. When all the water has been added. and then knead again before forming into loaves. Arrange in tins and set in a warm place to rise for 30 minutes.COM . 8 ozs. and bake in a pan with oil or on a girdle. or at least a few hours. make a well in the flour and add the well-beaten eggs. salt or season to taste. 2 lbs. Rub nut butter lightly into flour and add raisins. Mix as usual and bake in a slow oven for 11 hours. adding gradually thereto 1 pint lukewarm water. 1 ½ cupfuls water. then add the clarified butter and milk. mix with a little flour. 1 lb. O. Bake in a moderate oven for 1 ½ hours. add a little cream of tartar. yeast dissolved in ¼ cupful lukewarm water. Mix to a moderately stiff paste with the milk. Irish Wheat Loaf.DR. 1 cupful treacle.) until light and foamy. yeast first dissolved in a little warm water. 1 tablespoonful brown cane sugar. Whole-Wheat Cakes. lay 1 inch apart and bake in a moderately hot oven until brown. If sweet milk is used. Fill gem pans (cup cake-tins) which have been buttered. Wholemeal Bread. Beat together 3 tablespoonfuls olive oil. 2 breakfastcupfuls of flour. cover and set in a warm place (about 90 degrees Fahr. Soaked and cooked whole wheat. Blend therewith sufficient wholemeal flour. 1 oz. Beat the oil steadily. which has been freshly ground twice through a hand-mill. I cupful white flour. brush the top with confectioners sugar moistened with milk. raisins. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » inch thickness. cover closely and set in a warm place until it rises to double its size. then knead it thoroughly. 6 ozs. nut fat. either rolled. While still warm. cover and allow it to stand in a warm place for 2 hours. 2 ozs. resembling white of egg. nut butter. to which add a little salt. (a) 1 lb. 1 cupful warm milk. ½ cupful olive oil. Form into flat patties or mix with a little milk to form a pancake batter. Allow to stand overnight. ¼ teaspoonful of salt. cut into strips 1 inch wide by 2 inches long. sprinkle the flour very' quickly and make a stiff dough. seedless raisins. ground blanched almonds. then increase the heat for a few minutes. 2 cupful pure honey. 2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder and 1 breakfastcupful of fresh milk. then place in hot oven. A savoury patty may be made by adding a herb to taste and some grated onion. 4 ozs. Small Wheat Loaf. 1 tablespoonful of clarified butter. mashed or ground. 2 well-beaten eggs. 1 cupful white flour. then mix to a dough with sour milk. and 1 level teaspoonful salt. Serve with fruit. add sufficient water to make into a fairly stiff dough.. Bake in hot oven for about 1 hour.
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trex and 3 eggs. Beat separately the whites and yolks of eggs; blend together the yolks, olive oil or trex and honey. Then mix therewith the white of eggs, and finally the wheat flakes. Drop a spoonful at a time on to greased sheets and bake for 15 minutes or until light brown.
Bran Tea. Slightly brown in a slow oven a quantity of cleaned bran. Use four tablespoonfuls to 1 quart of water. Allow it to boil for 10 minutes. Strain and serve with milk or cream, adding a dash of nutmeg or cinnamon. The flavour will be improved by the addition of well-beaten white of egg. Alternatively, add lemon juice. Excellent for nervous affections. Coffee. 2 parts of Java to 1 part of Mocha. Freshly grind the coffee each time, and allow 1 teaspoonful to each cup. Add a pinch of salt to the pot. The coffee may have cold water poured over it, placed over the stove and just brought to the boiling point; or it may have boiling water poured over it and allowed to stand for 5 minutes before serving. Serve with or without cream, as desired. Orangeade. ½ cupful of sugar, juice of 5 oranges and the grated rind of one, juice and rind of ½ a lemon and 1 qt. of plain water. Place the sugar and 1 cupful of water in a saucepan with the grated orange and lemon rind, and boil to the consistency of thin syrup; strain through butter muslin and add to the orange and lemon juice and the quart of water. Serve cold with a sprig of mint or a maraschino cherry. Roastum. (a) To 5 parts of roasted wheat add 3 parts of roasted barley, 2 parts of roasted rye, ½ part of roasted chicory, ½ part of roasted Guatemala coffee, 2 parts of roasted acorn and ½ part of roasted dandelion root. Grind fresh, allowing 1 teaspoonful of Roastum to each cup. Steep the Roastum in cold water overnight. In the morning bring it to boiling point and allow it to simmer for 3 minutes; strain and serve hot with or without cream. It neutralizes acid. (b) To 3 parts of roasted wheat add 2 parts of roasted barley, 1 to 2 parts of roasted acorn and ½ part of roasted chicory and carrot. Prepare in the same way as (a). For breakfast, break a raw egg into a heated cup and pour over it hot steaming Roastum, adding cream as desired. This will prove a meal in itself and satisfy and fill all demands for four hours. Clerical workers and students should use this scientific menu. (c) To 2 parts of roasted wheat add 1 part each of roasted acorn and barley, ½ part of roasted dandelion, ½ part each of roasted chicory, maracaibo coffee bean and soya bean. Prepare as (a) and (b). Whole-Wheat Gruel. Take a quantity of soaked whole-grain wheat. Place it in a saucepan with plenty of water and cook until the kernels burst and a creamy substance exudes. Press through a sieve and serve with cream. In case of debility, blend therewith some finely ground blanched almonds or pine kernels.
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Baked apple with cream. Whole wheat gruel. Toast – marmalade – coffee or tea. Pony glass of orange juice. Whipped banana – rolled oats – cream. Crisp – bread – coffee. Grape fruit – flaked wheat – cream.
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Poached egg in season. Melba toast – honey – coffee. Grated apple – bran – whipped cream. Pine kernels (lightly roasted) – raisins. Cream of wheat. Toast-marmalade-cocoa. Baked banana – cooked rice – whipped cream. Corn muffins – butter. Pine kernels (lightly roasted). Thyme tea. Bilberries – cream – cornflakes. Melba toast – butter – honey. Maté tea. Slice of pineapple with mint leaves. Waffles or whole wheat pancakes – honey or maple syrup. Tea or coffee. Sliced peach – diced melon – cream. Dextrinized raw rolled oats. Pony glass of pomegranate juice. Cream of wheat – cream. Wholemeal muffins. Black tea or coffee. Avocado – mango – cream. Cup of roastum (black). Whipped banana – whipped white of egg flavoured with orange juice. Cup of roastum (black). Ripe figs – sliced peach – cream. Dextrinized raw, rolled oats. Strawberries – dextrinized coconut – raw rolled oats – cream. Cup of chocolate.
Scrambled egg with chopped parsley and chives served on toast. Radish – watercress – green onion. Juice of half a baked lemon. Ginger cake. Combination salad. Creamed mushroom on toast – parsley (finely chopped). Agar milk mould with crystallized ginger and whipped cream. Combination salad. Parsnip savoury – mushroom sauce. Leeks on toast. Rose leaf tea with lemon. Apple and celery salad. Hard-boiled egg – chilled rice, with pimento strips and creamed curry sauce as garnish. Baked apple and cream. Salad or turnip juice. Baked cauliflower – dumplings – browned flour sauce.
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Agar milk mould – vanilla flavouring – desiccated coconut – whipped cream. Combination salad. Brussels sprouts and sliced potato baked together. Biscuits and cheese. Black tea. Salad. Creamed carrots and peas in patty shells. Agar milk mould with coffee flavouring and whipped cream – biscuits. Salad. Peeled tomato filled with cottage cheese and chives. Serve on bed of lettuce – cress – endive – thick sour cream. Bread sticks (dextrinized). Potato pancakes – apple sauce-black coffee. Salad. Grated raw carrot sprinkled – with ground aniseed seed – raw asparagus – peas – French dressing. Serve on crisp lettuce leaves – green onion finely cut. Biscuits – glass of milk. Salad. Tomato filled with chopped onion – celery – mayonnaise. Serve on bed of crisp lettuce. Garnish with chopped parsley. Bran muffins – cream cheese. Salad. Baked beetroot grated – sprinkled with caraway seed – finely cut onion. Serve on crisp lettuce. Cover with thick sour cream. Apple pie – cheese – black coffee. Fresh fruit salad. Melon – peach – banana – avocado – cream. Cream of corn – tomato soup. Biscuits – ginger cake.
Beetroot soup. Rice savoury – Brussels sprouts – horse-radish sauce. Melon salad – nut cream. Ginger biscuits – black coffee. Lentil soup. Barley roast-creamed turnip with browned flour sauce. Combination salad. Irish moss mould – whipped cream. Marjoram tea. Tomato soup. Baked potato, mashed, creamed and re-baked – creamed peas-browned flour sauce. Asparagus salad – mayonnaise (eggless). Biscuits – sage tea.
Z. Ginger sponge (warm) – browned flour sauce sweetened with honey. New potato – carrot – peas. Vegetable stew – browned flour sauce. The ancients believed that there is no separation in spirit. Stuffed marrow – cranberry sauce. it is the night preceding All Saints' Day (November 1st) and All Souls' Day (November 2nd). they are included as a concession only to those who have not yet overcome the habit. The use of other beverages during meal time is not advised as they weaken the gastric juices. Tomato – cucumber salad. the beauty and the greatness of Patriarchal Days. The Patriarchs are revered for their individual and free thought which they entertained and sustained. Apple and celery salad – mayonnaise. Spinach – poached egg garnished with pimento.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Green salad – French dressing. Slice of papaya. that all entities are united. Baked apple – whipped cream – black coffee. CHAPTER XIX: THE DAYS OF REMEMBRANCE HALLOWE’EN POTTAGE HALLOWE'EN (October 31st) is a special occasion.COM . Pineapple and cottage cheese salad. Cream of celery soup. A small cup of black coffee. cooked in casserole. the same as link unto link. Sweet corn soup. Biscuits – black coffee. These three days have played an important part in the Patriarchal Orders of the ancients and are of vital significance to all those who appreciate the glory. Bilberry pie. Cabbage and celery salad – mayonnaise (eggless). having made glorious the thought which has come down through the ages to the present day. Combination salad. Biscuits – black coffee. A. Aubergine (baked) with onion – apple sauce. Baked potato – French beans – tomato sauce. where indicated.DR. Nut rissoles – cranberry jelly. Baked sweet potato – butter. the chain of 104 WWW. Fresh cream over all and allowed to stand for a few minutes before serving. Potato soup. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Brown bean soup. making a complete chain. aids digestion. Although departed from this earthly life. Irish moss pudding. O. Savoury rice – creamed carrot – corn.
but rather tempered and strengthened. power of mind. In so doing. This state of transition was called Sainthood. On occasion other transitories were added. such as rice. Z. paving the way unto another category. While stirring the Pottage during preparation. the treasures.of that mighty chain of human relationship. PREPARATION OF POTTAGE Lentil. October 31st and November 1st and 2nd were the days set apart to recall to memory the links in the great chain of ancestry and were dedicated to the memory of all those who have accomplished their particular mission in life as well as all those who have an unaccomplished part. Afterwards place them in a saucepan and simmer until tender. the fading away of the body from this mortal plane may be likened unto the flying sparks from the links . barley. The traditional Pottage was prepared at this time in remembrance of the great Family of Mazda. etc. a race capable and able to enjoy the gifts. one teaspoonful at 105 WWW. O. The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to that of God. All dishes made of transitory vegetation were called Pottage. The historical Pottage is partaken of in a spirit of thankfulness unto the memory of all the great Fravashis who have gone before to lighten and brighten the pathway through life. the water being thrown away twice daily and fresh added. Hallowe'en is the eve of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. going back to the genesis of one's lineage. only to the eyes of flesh.DR. although invisible. Wash in similar manner to the lentil and soak. In the hour of festivity all those who are near and dear are remembered according to the relationship one to the other by virtue of tribal ties and that tie which eventually unites each one as in the Beginning. it was the custom to recite the names of one's relationships. Place the rice therein. then bring a pan of water to the boil. this not only increases the bio-chemic salts. It was not for the strengthening of the Saints of God that the pulses were prepared on the days of remembrance. the attributes. that Great Day which shall transfigure each and every one of the Aryan White Race into the Transparent Race.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH.COM . and by virtue of that Peace continue to prosper in Peace. and the departed ones were called Fravashis or Saints Victorious. one becomes conscious of the greater relationship with renewed power of illumination and of the Peace which surpasseth all understanding. and members of the great Family of Mazda continue to celebrate this sacred event of ancestral remembrance. to enjoy God's Peace. the endowments of the Infinite here upon this earth. have departed only apparently. that the Day may be hastened. assisting the Cause with every means. enjoying health of body. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » relationship is in no wise severed. for there can be no loss to the entity. and then those which ripen far above the ground. recognizing in each and every one the Original Entity which ever blends with the Infinite. but makes them more wholesome. and those upon the earth. but because the pulses are the link between the tuberous vegetation of the soil of the earth. allowing one cup of water to each teaspoonful of rice. Rice. the links remain intact. the whole genealogy. Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in royal blood. or that which ripens under the ground. and able to cope with the conditions of the time. There is a transitory state from one great class unto another. then soak for three days in cold water. an intermediary through dissolution of form. Those who have departed from sight. A. In partaking of the Pottage one is transported to ancient days when all the relationships existing here on earth and beyond the earth are recalled to memory. Wash thoroughly in nine different waters. corn. Consequently. even in this form of matter.
LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. using either whole-grain wheat. and who claim to be God-loving men and women. For what. O. when sickness. Serve with browned flour sauce. but remember that every act of injustice brings condemnation. add the peas to the rice and lentil dish. celery seed. and her language stands inscribed before us in the open book of nature that none may err therein. were we created? They attempt to justify their action by saying that according to the Law of Moses we are allowed to eat of the animal kingdom. marjoram or other savoury herb." Think and reflect. we murmur against the manna. CHAPTER XX: THOU SHALT NOT KILL A STUDY OF THE MEAT QUESTION GOD said: "Behold. Z. "Give them a King. origanum. Use the variety known as chick or garavanza.COM . blend and season with a selection of the following: bayleaf." HUMANITARIANS It is strange to hear people talk of Humanitarianism. (c) Barley: green split pea: lentil: sweet corn. fried onion. Should the pea dish be not desired. then increase the heat and allow to bake to a nice golden brown. we are given allowances as we demand them. make into rissoles. soak. and every tree. her life. then. who are members of societies for the prevention of cruelty to children and animals. Master favoured the aforementioned Pottage recipe for Hallowe'en. you may demand. and then cook for several hours until tender. Wash in similar manner to the lentil. Still. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » a time. it is the large thousand-cornered pea. remember. and long for the fleshpots of Egypt. Afterwards hull and mash. Israel made the demand for fleshpots. We are not satisfied with the vegetation nature offers." said the voice of God." Such is the advice given by mother nature. scorched parsley. When the lentil and rice are cold. rice or barley (cereal) as a base and less quantity of each of the other ingredients: (a) Whole-grain wheat: green split pea: lentil. A. adopting the same method of preparation. Did they keep them? Israel demanded a king like unto other nations. Should it be denied them? They received laws as a consequence. the bread from heaven. sorrow and poverty enter your home – you reap what you have sown – and the voice from the realms of Mazda will descend upon your ears: "The blood of thy brother beings cries out to heaven for justice. (b) Rice: bean: lentil. roll into browned flour and fry in olive oil. True.DR. but murmur not when condemnation comes. curry powder. which is upon the face of all the earth. Transfer to a well-oiled baking dish and bake slowly for half-an-hour. The following additional combinations may be used. "and it shall be unto their condemnation. in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed. in our greed and avarice we long for her very blood. and allow it to boil rapidly for twenty minutes. neither round nor square. adding salt. WHY WERE ANIMALS CREATED Some people believe that animals were created for us to eat. 106 WWW. Afterwards transfer to a colander and rinse under the cold water tap in order to separate the grains and so remove the starch content. to you it shall be for meat. Next toast some bread and soak it in the water drained from the peas. I have given you every herb bearing seed. neither five-pointed nor six-pointed. blend with the mashed peas. Pea Dish.
it again and again takes up the ceaseless process of evolution into space governed by time. I am all right"? We would agree with the drunkard should he quote to the rich man." Some people of an occult bent suggest to themselves that by eating the animals they redeem them from their lower conditions to a higher consciousness of evolution. we. I am better than thou art. nevertheless. mineral. becomes like unto the idea expressed by and through our own individual being. and we are consequently expected to protect everything of an inferior kind. any more than a man has a right to prey upon his neighbours. but. Because one has a tendency to kill and eat animals. through the mouth of the prophet Isaiah. it is no more an excuse than the tendency to steal is recognized by the law as an excuse for theft. Is it not true that the more beef there is consumed the more there is raised? These people do not seem to understand that there are men in the business who have made an effort to increase their stock by forced means. A. still less upon the mineral. THE FOUR KINGDOMS The four kingdoms of substance are the elementary.COM . largely." and by every law of God and Nature. If this be true. which desires to uphold all things for the good of all. "There is no pain. as the latter by evolution. For the sake of an appetite. nothing will excuse the eating of animal flesh. though I be drunk. which is a mental habit." and the rich man lying in his easy chair groaning. Let the cattle alone and they will not increase so rapidly when without human care. encourage by their patronage the killing of animals merely to gratify the cravings of appetite. in the eating of human flesh. Some people seem to think that if the animals were not eaten. Even if man were created a carnivorous animal. The animal cell is the culmination of the evolutionary processes. The human being is merely one particular kind in the variety of the animal kingdom. upon the elementary compounds. the same reason would justify the cannibal.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. the cell must disintegrate into the elementary or atomic. O. our teeth are supposed to prove it. vegetable and animal.DR. Many seek to excuse themselves with the worn-out quotation that we belong to the carnivorous section of the animal kingdom. purified. and then try to convince themselves that it is all right. and neither God nor prophet nor man will justify such actions as are contrary to the law of nature. which in their case have not yet been completely developed. thereby decreasing suffering. where. acquired by our abnormal desires. men will stuff themselves with foods not harmonious to their welfare. through the breath. and as a consequence of individual self. and the destruction thereof is a 107 WWW. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » but who. for thou drinkest conscious blood. The individual self-consciousness is the culmination of all the animal creation. is there no way for him to outgrow it as he becomes more intelligent? Moses tells us "Thou shalt not kill." Try as hard as you can to pacify your uneasy conscience. to a very small degree. I merely the blood of wine. Z. "I am all right. be it man or beast. they would multiply so rapidly as to overrun the earth. "He that killeth an ox is as if he slew a man. not by eating the animals. and once having reached the highest development of conscious formation. The fundamental principle of manifested life is the elementary. What is the difference between the drunken man in the gutter groaning. When the idea of differentiation once dawns upon the mind. Nature tells us plainly. Be just and pronounce which of us twain is the more sanguinary. "It is better to be drunk with wine than swollen with sham piety. forcing their organic functions to do much more than is actually needed. we begin to recognize the responsibility of a position of superiority. Because certain animals live upon their prey. one has no right to kill anything. that. and having evolved through the mineral and the vegetable. subsist upon the vegetable. but by loving them and recognizing in them the reflection of our own ideas and ideals. The difference is no more than that between the other species of those we call lower in creation. it does not prove that one has a right to eat them in turn. that nothing is wrong. The animal kingdom must be redeemed by the life of the higher and nobler species. according to his understanding.
It was not the wine that killed him. but human flesh? If you still believe in the eating of flesh. in order to produce the milk which contains all the necessary elements for the bodily needs of the human being? The horse is not a meat-eater and yet it has strength. whether killed by an accident. and the poor creature weighs only eleven stone ! Where is the man? Where is the pork? Do you wonder. speed. viz. and even carnivorous animals. Among Oriental people the elephant has for centuries symbolized strength and wisdom through vegetation. chemically changing it and preparing it for assimilation. and transform the unconscious to the conscious and self-conscious. Once we accomplish the process of cell formation from negative to positive activity. For the first few days he fared very well. an axe. he would be compelled to succumb. the cannibal has the best of the argument. Yet when we come to man we are told by flesh eaters that he must eat meat to get strength. but destruction of the species into which we intend to develop. Z. Digestive fermentation is the result of the action of the digestive juices upon the food. although many people eat much more meat than that.DR. although liquor used with meat will hasten the final result. we read in the first chapter of Genesis the law of nature as applied to animals: "And to every beast of the earth." It has been proven by continued experimenting that carnivorous animals can be kept on a herbivorous diet. even sumptuously. should not man be able to do the same? BENEFICIAL AND HARMFUL FERMENTATION To understand the meat question thoroughly. HERBIVOROUS ANIMALS Have you ever thought whence the cow gets her nourishment. and the most fitting place for it is the graveyard and not our stomach. I have given every green herb for meat. horses. that some people not only look like hogs and other animals. gun or science. and instead of progressing we would merely perpetuate the lower order – of animal existence. we must understand the relation of fermentation to digestion.. and they will not only live. why not eat the most highly organized form of meat. then. and to everything that creepeth upon the earth. wherein there is life. and to every fowl of the air. at most. we shall have grasped the law of selfpreservation. A piece of corpse in the stomach of a civilized man. Such transformation is the natural process of digestion and should not be confounded with putrefaction which is unnatural and should be 108 WWW. Again. and in thirty days. A. the just punishment of which would be the loss of the position attained by the criminal. it is equal to a criminal offence. then you must admit that at least as far as the fitness of food is concerned. If it is possible for cows.COM . Fermentation in the digestives is of two kinds.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. This small amount eaten daily would amount to thirtythree stone in one year. endurance. but also live and act like them? The body. digestive fermentation and spontaneous decomposition. and yet we speak with horror of cannibals eating human corpses ! If eating meat. which is not beef or mutton. In early times in some countries where they did not believe in capital punishment as much as they do in countries whose inhabitants are addicted to excessive meat-eating. Have you ever thought of the fact that our bodies are composed of the food that we have eaten? Fancy a person who weighs eleven stone eating just one pound of pork a day. O. and it was so. knife. the criminal was condemned to prison for life and fed exclusively on meat and wine. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » violation against the collective thought of existence. To subsist upon the species we represent in sum and substance is not selfpreservation. but will thrive on such a diet. elephants and other herbivorous animals. with all its animalistic tendencies and characteristics. whether of a man or of an ox. to thrive upon the products of the vegetable kingdom. but after four or five days he would begin to grow weaker and weaker. when it has breathed its last becomes a corpse.
from the nature of the case. but in effect are directly opposed to the latter. the juices are quickly pressed out. etc. As the fermentation of decomposition takes place in the digestives when meat is eaten. The human digestives are no longer constituted so as to digest meat in the same way as the carnivorous animals. Such decomposition can. instead of a normal digestive fermentation. in the meat juices are readily taken into the blood. maggots.of life as presented by present-day conditions. Such substances as nitrogen. decaying fruits. Meat. having reached cell life. one beneficial and the other harmful. Meat. vinegar. A.DR. nevertheless. As matter. yeasted bread.. as the animal flesh cell and the flesh cell of the human being are practically identical in formation. alcohol. For this reason. the cell has passed through all of the stages of evolution that are possible to matter.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. stale vegetables and wrong combinations of food. In order that food may pass through the different stages of fermentation in the process of preparation for assimilation by the cells of the body. and. Spontaneous decomposition is caused by eating meat. but it is. There are no gastric juices sufficiently strong chemically to dissolve or absorb it. it cannot be assimilated because it has already reached the highest point of development possible to the individual cell. is a fact recognized only by the few. the overworked organs call for greater stimulation to do the extra work. cannot be properly assimilated: it can only be expurgated from the system.COM . but at the same time such unnatural means lay the foundation for nine-tenths of all the diseases of man. no natural provision has been made to assist in such a process within the digestives of man. then. there must be corresponding stages of development or evolution through which the food has not yet passed in its natural state. and an 109 WWW. and he is -endowed with intelligence to choose his food. thus stimulating the heart and other organic functions to quicker action. so that his mind may be able to solve the many complex problems . certain phases of which are very similar in appearance to digestive fermentation. acids or gas. one of the most important factors in the study of dietetics. But even the bloody juices of the meat are not suitable for human consumption. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » avoided. bacilli. these juices would dissolve the very linings of the stomach itself. and transforms the blood into waste material instead of nourishment for the body. Their digestives are so strong that the meat can be swallowed without mastication. The usual definition of the word fermentation is spontaneous decomposition. is incapable of further progression. As decomposition or putrefaction was never intended to take place inside the human body.. Man to-day is a brain being in contra-distinction to the muscle beings of the lower forms of evolution. but in the case of meat. He is rather to use his energies in brain activity. etc. but must either go forward or backward. tigers. form nothing but waste material so far as the human body is concerned. If there were. and tobacco are all rightly classed as stimulants. decomposition into its component parts is the only remaining possibility. must eat an enormous quantity of meat to keep up their full strength and activity. for civilized man has long since passed the degree of evolution when he could live on the same food as carnivorous beasts. O. as it is a natural law that nothing can remain at a standstill. when once it has reached the highest point in evolutionary development. All of these cause a putrefying fermentation in the digestives. a person eating meat has his animal nature quickly aroused. transforms the food in such a manner that it can be assimilated. Digestive fermentation. . but relapses into degradation as soon as the stimulation of energy has become exhausted. microbes and germs in order to hasten the process of decay. so when meat is taken into the human stomach. Far this reason. Z. so that he may be properly nourished without the expenditure of so much energy as is needed by the carnivorous animals. as the blood contains animal cells and other products which will quickly undergo decomposition and fill our bodies with putrid matter. carnivorous animals like lions. and by natural law. The bloody juices of the meat are all that can be assimilated in the body. and being fibrous. salts. and the waste material is eliminated before the decomposing material can be absorbed into the system. nature must call to her aid worms. which results in the formation of alcohol. For this reason. That fermentation is of two kinds.
causing your mind to drift about. but when sorrow and sickness come. to you it shall be for MEAT. One continues through such a miserable existence on and on until the sense of justice shall awaken within the soul. gradually repaying the debt contracted with creation and its creatures. the blighting effects upon the mentality and spiritual nature are still greater. These intelligences continue their work as foreign agencies in one's body. when science is exhausted and you anxiously call for help and that help is very slow in coming. and only through obedience unto the law will nature permit mankind to make good the wrongs imposed upon her. until it learns to put Mazdaznan principles into practice. Do you know that the intelligences composing the flesh of an animal.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. when your "hidden forces" no longer respond to your demand. the physical body. in the same sense as you have caused the destruction of the one who had a higher purpose in existence than to be consumed because of the craving of an abnormally and selfishly developed appetite? Do you wonder. The sense of justice is lost and one no longer lives the life of a being. O. Z. near-sighted creature. For this reason. go right on. how you have stepped down and reached out your hand to the things below that are dragging you down to destruction ! Yes. ADVERSE EFFECTS OF FLESH EATING Appalling as the results of flesh eating are to. and it will be impossible for humanity to arrive at a state of absolute physical health. and every fruit in which is a tree yielding seed." CHAPTER XXI THE ART OF HEALING IT is not reasonable to expect the higher forces to heal the infirmities of the body." You will continue to live in fear and trembling until retribution is brought. and temperance will never be an accomplished fact until we learn how to revise our dietary and combine foods properly according to our individual requirements. when all your "demonstrating" fails you. remember that "The blood of thy brother creatures crieth unto heaven for justice. who claims to stand at the head of creation. and the like. Mazdaznan teaches a simple and complete method of dietetics. weaving nets of subjectiveness around you and increasing the weight and burden of your downfall? Oh. leading you to your destruction. for all you do is for your own sake. Intemperance comes from wrong eating. narcotics. the intelligences of these bodily dead creatures continue to live in you spiritually and give you the appetite as entertained by the beings previously inhabited. you blind.DR. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » appetite is created for alcohol. and by their allurements and the gradually increasing negative attitude. hence the law demands obedience. but merely exists as a phenomenon of the brute reflecting through the human form. then. The following treatments are given in order to assist associates to overcome adverse 110 WWW. must awaken within your own tissue form toward activity? Do you not know that such activity is opposed to your purpose in life. and within your heart has become sacredly rooted: "And every herb bearing seed. until at last the unbalanced intelligences of brute nature appeal to the mind holding one enchained to the lowest conditions of existence. mental activity and spiritual realization. how low have you fallen. lingering within the decaying life tissues. We do not entreat you to stop your criminal course for our sake. they establish themselves toward a station in one's life which accomplishes the subjection of one's higher intelligence. Disease is brought about by the violation of nature's laws.COM . directly or indirectly. tobacco. noble and sublime. A. If you delight in the pleasures of sin. why you are being possessed by many conditions of influential intelligences.
BRONCHITIS 111 WWW. preferably hot. use 3 to 4 beans at a time. Hold a raw prune in the mouth until all the membrane separates from the pit. When seized with a paroxysm of coughing. ASTHMA Dissolve a stick of liquorice in a cupful. starchy and oily foods. Avoid all acid and starchy foods.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. If there be an obstruction in the nasal passages dilate with the finger and allow the child to sniff some borax up the nostrils and touch up the palate. Use plenty of fruit juices and fresh green salads. Avoid fruits. Syrup of garlic. Place the liquid in a bottle and add 2 tablespoonfuls of grape brandy and 1 teaspoonful of Vegetable Essence.COM . ADENOIDS Mouth breathing accentuates the development of adenoids. Use onions freely. Removal of adenoids by operation severs the connection with the spiritual brain and should be avoided. place another prune in the mouth when the first has become dissolved and repeat until six prunes have been taken. arms raised. Take a bean of garlic on the end of a fork and rub it on hot dextrinized dry toast until absorbed. in small quantities at a time. then expectorate. Repeat daily. also butter and cooked yolk of egg.DR. Resort to deep rhythmic breathing and take plenty of exercise in the open air in order to oxygenate the blood. Avoid drinking with meals. Mix 1 tablespoonful of grated horse-radish with 2 tablespoonfuls of fresh cream and take it each day. too. limbs dangling and chest high. Crack the pit of the sixth prune and chew the kernel thoroughly. Sip hot. Nettle herb tea is invaluable as a blood purifier. With every meal take 2 teaspoonfuls of raw rolled oats in order to neutralize the acids and after each meal take. yeasted bread. Avoid starchy and sugary foods. ANAEMIA Anemia indicates an acid condition of the blood. thereafter drink copiously of water. Use also horehound tea with lemon juice sweetened with a little brown sugar. Honey is also beneficial. 2 3-grain tablets of willow bark charcoal. is beneficial. Take a teaspoonful before and after meals or at the time of an attack. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE High blood pressure arises from a toxic condition of the blood. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » conditions. O. Z. Train the child to breathe through the nostrils. lie on the bed. but should not be taken immediately before retiring as it is inclined to disturb one’s rest owing to its stimulating properties. ARTERIES Hardening of the arteries is the result of an acid condition of the system. A. keeping the face over the steaming cup. Horse-radish is excellent for purifying and enriching the blood. Horse-radish grated may be added to soups. of hot water.
A. unseen and latent until the fruit is ripe. O. one end of the cord is attached to the little stomach and the other to the placenta. CHILDBIRTH The umbilical cord binds the child to the mother. but menstruation continued until death. Discard from the dietary all starchy and sugary foods.DR. dynamics. Abstain from food for a few days. morbid matter from the system. resulting in the membranes in various parts of the body becoming inflamed. administer from a formula made of 1 pint of brandy in which has been dissolved 1 stick of liquorice in 2 to 3 tablespoonful doses. the source of nourishment. so cancer in man and woman (owing to lust and ignorance) may not become evident until maturity. The provisions of the Cancer Act. colon. 3 cupfuls every 2 hours. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Bronchitis indicates inflammation of the mucous membrane or inner lining of the bronchial tubes. coffee and cocoa. dairy produce and all stimulating drinks such as tea. flesheating and vicious habits such as smoking. Cancer yields to treatment more readily during the zodiacal sign of Cancer (June 23rd to July 22nd) than at any other time. preclude the publication of the Mazdaznan Treatment for cancer.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. which lies embedded within. Use hot linseed tea with lemon juice and rock candy. Should a cough arise place a hot water bottle. combined with constipation. drugs. which later in life develops into cancer. On retiring rub the upper chest with 1 tablespoonful of warm almond oil to which has been added 10 drops of rectified turpentine and cover with red flannel. clings to. kidneys. 1939. the scrofula germ is imparted to the . The virus of the unused semen endeavouring unavailingly to enter the ovum. Like a worm in an apple. using salt or bicarbonate of soda. stimulates the latent scrofula germ into activity. Z.COM . over the affected part in order to raise circulation of the blood thereto. gathers around and infests the embryo with the rankest poison. and sex abuse. The child draws everything necessary for its well-being from the placenta through the umbilical cord. Each time there is an attack of coughing. Every boy should be circumcised and every girl curetted. CANCER The main causes of cancer are: (a) Where conception takes place before the system has been cleansed of the poisonous virus after the monthly period. (b) Co-habitation during the gestative period. it is an attempt by nature to eliminate such. At that time the highly acid condition of the body arising from lack of proper respiration. just comfortably filled. CATARRH Catarrh arises through toxic accumulations in the system and the mal-functioning of the four avenues of elimination: skin. Get the patient to breathe out to the utmost. Catarrh of the nose and throat is best treated with borax. otherwise the gonoidal hormones which are so essential to well-being are misdirected and drained and thus cannot replenish the glandular system. For this reason and for the prevention of cancerous conditions the menopause of woman should not be allowed. Take a course of colon flushing. 112 WWW.embryo. Resort to rhythmic breathing and take plenty of exercise in the open air. Slippery elm bark tea is beneficial and thyme tea is also remedial.
and also to suddenly change its blood circulation. place and time for all things. it looks happy. to come from warmth into the cold. midwife or nurse in attendance to wait before severing the umbilical cord. unable to resume their activity. By breathing out long deep breaths delivery is accelerated. In the first place. CHOLERA Buttermilk. 1 tumblerful every hour until the condition has abated. The mother should take freely infusions of linden and elder blossoms as mild drinks for 10 days before delivery in order to alleviate discomfort during the period of labour. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » During the child's birth the mother should quietly be breathing OUT. the child should be cleansed with vegetable oil and warmly covered up. sometimes for hours. the nervous condition and backwardness in the child is directly attributable to this shock that the delicate mechanism undergoes. It is quite a sudden enough change for the child. Moreover. Presumably. it draws the air through the umbilical cord straight into the blood.DR. even insanity in later life is the result of the doctor's haste and ignorance. While waiting for this white spot to appear. Furthermore. The whole nervous system becomes affected and only after a long time do some of the nerve centres revive. a metal instrument should not be used. whereas when the cord is severed it is forced to breathe through its own nostrils. Each side of this spot should be bound with a silken thread and then the white spot cut through with a silken thread. If there be no complications there is no danger in waiting. a hand's breadth away from the child's navel. but man in his haste and ignorance does not heed and so the vicious circle is perpetuated. If she holds her breath she retards the child's delivery and it does not come forth so easily. resulting in idiocy. pulsation must have ceased. Before the birth. Take a 113 WWW. A. It will be observed that when the umbilical cord is severed too suddenly the child begins to cry and makes nervous grimaces. Nature always provides the righ spot. COLITIS Colitis is a form of catarrh affecting the large colon. remain paralysed. the mother cleanses and licks her offspring dry and then bites off the cord. while others. coffee and cocoa. NERVOUS AFFECTIONS When the umbilical cord is severed too quickly or too short the nervous system of the child receives a shock and the front part of the brain may even become paralysed. if the cord is cut too long the digestion of the child is always weak and it endures great suffering and unhappiness all its life. In the animal world it is not done so quickly.COM . Z. lemon-milk or 1 tablespoonful of boiled vinegar in milk.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. SEVERANCE OF THE UMBILICAL CORD After 20 to 45 minutes or more a white flat spot appears on the umbilical cord. dairy produce and all stimulating drinks such as tea. the reason why doctors are in haste to sever the cord is that they may have other births to attend to. O. the mother should request the doctor. The blood that flows between the placenta and the child must have ceased to flow. whereas if severed when the white spot emerges. who has to struggle. Discard from the dietary all starchy and sugary foods. contented and peaceful. This happens when the white spot appears in the cord.
A. Do not give milk to the child until the system is free from mucous. add thereto a teacupful of honey and bake it in the oven until the juice slowly exudes from the onion. as soon as it has dissolved and it has been swallowed. O. Drink copiously of thyme tea every 2 hours for 5 weeks. a little at a time. over the chest when retiring. one or two only after the main meal should be permitted. Avoid excessive use of starchy and sugary foods. On the first day after use one observes that regulation has begun. of almond oil and add thereto 10 drops of oil of eucalyptus and I saltspoonful of menthol crystals. Take 1 oz. When the cough is troublesome. The saccharine fruits such as raisin. Place a rubber hot water bottle. Agar-agar moulds and Irish moss puddings are beneficial. then reduce the quantity until it becomes unnecessary to continue the treatment. take 3 to 4 times a day for 5 weeks. Allow it to remain there until the part is well heated and the patient falls asleep. Linseed tea with baked lemon juice and honey is likewise remedial. Exercise the arms more than the limbs. CONSUMPTION Two raw prunes eaten slowly. date and fig in moderation should take the place of sweets. Hold in the mouth until all the membrane comes away from the stone. Strain while hot. If sweets are desired. Rub this liniment into the neck. Six crushed juniper berries to 1 cupful of water made into a tea. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » course of colon flushing. When on milk again. which should first be finely shredded.COM . take it Until movement has become regular. also take a tumblerful of permanganate of potash solution three times a day. inhaling the steam. After a meal take the dried fruit. CONSTIPATION There is no medicament more potent to alleviate constipation than dried fruits in appropriate combination: ½ dried peach ½ dried pear 2 dried apricots 2 dried prunes 1 dried apple 1 date 2 dried figs 1 brazil nut Each of these combinations is effective. The child who is not interested in food is often a sweet addict. and masticate it thoroughly. First resort to the Mazdaznan Distilled Water 114 WWW. Z. In the early stages use agar-agar several times daily and take 2 willow-bark charcoal tablets after meals. just comfortably filled. this must be overcome.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. add a tiny pinch of borax and a little sugar of milk.DR. take the following treatment in tablespoonful doses: 3 large grated onions. chest and stomach. COUGHS In many cases a cough is the result of the contraction of the nerves of the esophagus or a contraction on the part of the nerves of the stomach. DIABETES Diabetes is caused through acidity in the system. Drink linseed tea copiously. take another portion. Practise exhalation more than inhalation.
Do this on the seven seconds breath. gum arabic. If there be any inflammation or infection in either eye. In the evening take another dose of bi-carbonate of soda solution and 20 minutes thereafter serve a salad. A meal may be taken 20 minutes thereafter comprising lettuce.COM . Give hot milk freely. 115 WWW. Boil the water and pour it over the gum arabic. distilled water. This is also beneficial in the case of a sty. celery. the lower part of the head and also behind the ears. when dissolved strain and it is ready for use. After the eye bath. CARE OF THE EYES Bathe the eyes daily with a warm salt solution. lettuce. cucumber. gruels made from different kinds of cereals except corn and hominy. In case of inflamed eyelids. Avoid all fruit except orange. Take a tumblerful of fresh pineapple juice every two hours. a pinch of salt added to the eye-bath of water is sufficient. Take 2 tablespoonfuls half-an-hour before meals. O. until hot water applications can be made to the nape of the neck. DYSPEPSIA AND CATARRH OF STOMACH 2 ozs. Z. gruel or hot milk or cocoa-shell tea. roll the eye first in one direction and then in the opposite direction. Repeat every hour. using a bulb syringe. gruel or rice or hot milk. then quickly expectorate. keeping the eye open. asparagus. half an hour later take a second dose. coffee and cocoa and acid forming foods. every 3 hours in serious cases. Slippery elm bark tea and fresh pineapple juice are likewise remedial. inhaling the steam. administer 1 teaspoonful of hot olive oil. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Cure. Avoid tea. Hold the eye-cup to the eye. Drink copiously of herb tea made of equal parts of squaw weed and bogbean (bitter clover). ripe melon. dextrinized rice which has been cooked and chilled. give the patient air and massage the nape of the neck. Resort to injections twice daily. Administer a few drops of Vegetable Essence in hot water. Lastly. Diabetics should make a choice from among the following: Baked potato with plenty of olive oil. When in season take one persimmon before each meal. 1 dessertspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda to 1 pint of water.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. (the purple topped variety) either raw grated or cooked and mashed with cream or butter and then baked in the oven. At noon take another dose of bi-carbonate of soda solution and 20 minutes thereafter serve a salad and baked potato with oil. turnip.DR. DIPHTHERIA Gargle with a solution of borax in hot water followed by one of 5 drops of sal-volatile to 1 tablespoonful of hot water retained to swallowing point. FAINTING Loosen the clothing around the neck and chest. Take first thing in the morning 1 tumblerful of hot distilled water to which has been added 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda. lightly anoint the eyelids with warm olive oil. use two eye-baths of a different colour so as to make no mistake. A. 1 qt. mix a drop of Vegetable Essence with one's own spittle and anoint the eyes several times daily. rubbing gently in a circular motion towards the nose. green olives.
Avoid drinking with meals. afterwards touch up with a little almond oil. Take also alternately each night 1 cupful of strong senna pod tea and 2 tablespoonfuls of Petrolatum.DR. alternate the intake of oil and lemon juice and finish up with the latter. The stones come away quite readily.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Take at one time 1 pint of olive oil and the juice of 6 baked lemons. in which case squeeze the pulp of the radish through butter muslin. 2 tablespoonfuls half-an-hour before meals. also tea. Loss of hearing and running ears arise from a catarrhal condition. Take the gum arabic treatment. The patient must remain in bed or in a reclining position for at least six hours. Z. the stomach may not be able to digest the black radish. oftentimes of the stomach. Herb teas made from parsley and calamus root are remedial. In the case of flat feet. Swollen ankles should be anointed with raw yolk of egg. Dry the feet thoroughly and stretch the toes. especially in between the toes. GASTRIC AND DUODENAL ULCERATION Refrain from all acid forming foods including starches and cereals. mushrooms. pound them with a military hair brush. This treatment is drastic but effective and is preferable to an operation. massaged and oiled. Cold feet arise from poor circulation. 3 minutes in each position. Walk on the heels. then on the toes and then on the inside and outside of the feet. Fresh hose should be worn daily. so as to remove the accumulated waste. Diet: Hot milk with agar-agar. Sal-soda (washing soda) added to hot water is also invaluable for tired feet. GALLSTONES The formation of a deposit in the gall bladder of stones of varying sizes as the result of too much acid in the system. milk toast (hot milk poured 116 WWW. Should the condition be acute. O. tomatoes and acid fruits (lemon juice excepted) until the condition is overcome. green salad chopped finely with oil. take a tumblerful of hot water first thing next morning in order to wash away the sediment. Where there is soreness of the feet arising from perspiration and excessive walking or standing.COM . take 2 tablespoonfuls of grated black radish blended with 1 tablespoonful of olive oil 20 minutes before meals. As a deterrent. 2 tablets dissolved in a tumblerful of cold water night and morning for a period of 10 days. In such cases careful attention to the feet is well re-paid as the auditory nerve endings are located there. Resort also to hot and cold sitz baths night and morning for a period of 10 days. Avoid the use of nuts. A. This acts as a solvent and develops urotropin in the system. Many acids and poisons are eliminated from the system through the pores of the feet and in order to avoid their reabsorption the feet should be bathed. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » CARE OF THE FEET The feet are of great importance in relation to general well-being. When Petrolatum is administered. Add the water gradually to the foot bath until at the end of 10 minutes the heat becomes unbearable. allowing I cupful of salt to 1 qt. while going through rhythmic breathing exercises. 2 Exercise (Health and Breath Culture). then rub the various parts. using a handful of soda to the foot bath. bathe in very hot salted water. Starches should be dextrinized before use. of water. Radish of all kinds are remedial. resort to No. Take 2 to 3 tablespoonfuls of the juice with an equal part of olive oil night and morning. especially where subject to colds and catarrh. coffee and cocoa. When black radish is not available use urotropin tablets.
This treatment must be continued every three hours. Similarly. First take on an empty stomach 2 tablets and then every two hours I tablet. If subject to headaches. take a course of Vichy Water No. Resort to neck exercises. Z. Slippery elm bark tea will be found very soothing and thyme and yarrow teas are also remedial. hot applications to the forehead for 3 minutes and to the nape of the neck for 3 minutes alternately or one cloth on the forehead and the other on the neck. especially watercress. take 3 drops of Gynoleo in hot water just before retiring. of hot water. also green-leaf vegetables. Take 3 drops of Vegetable Essence in a wineglassful of cold water and keep the nape of the neck moist with Essence. 1 teaspoonful to 1 qt. also the juice of one baked lemon mixed with ½ teaspoonful of salt. 117 WWW. throughout the day and night for 5 weeks. Slippery elm bark tea will be found very soothing and beneficial. To increase the glandular flow take a few drops of Cynoleo on a piece of sugar.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. shake well before use. Just before retiring insert a peeled clove of garlic in the rectum for 3 nights out of every 10 days and take a cup of hot parsley tea or a cup of weak hop tea for a period of 10 days and then discontinue for the same period and continue again as before. GENERATIVE DISORDERS Women should use after their colon flushing a further quart of bi-carbonate of soda solution. Alternatively. Take a course of Vichy Water No. 1. Introduce plenty of agar-agar and Irish moss into the dietary. also tea. 1. the orange juice should be taken half-an-hour before meals. A. Agar-agar creates the process of insulin in the system and recharges the cells. they are best swallowed dry. banana (whipped) combined with whipped white of egg. Colon flushing is indicated in order to cleanse the intestinal tract. HAEMORRHOIDS Discard from the dietary all starchy foods.. i. as a vaginal bath. sweets and highly seasoned dishes. O. GOITRE Apply a succession of cloths wrung out of boiling water around the throat and keep this up for 3 to 5 minutes until the affected part is thoroughly heated.DR. Men should use Salol tablets. after which inject 1 or 2 dessert-spoonfuls of almond oil. HEADACHES Apply hot water applications to the anus in a relaxed state with the knees close to the abdomen.. then dust with cornflour or rub in almond oil. then apply cold compresses and oil the rectum with white vaseline or inject a small quantity of almond oil or cocoa butter. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » over powdered dry toast). During this period take the juice of 2 oranges three times a day. cheese. Afterwards every 12 hours for 9 months. for cleansing and stimulating the womb. in order to restore the iodine deficiency in the system. then discontinue for 10 days and then repeat. coffee and cocoa.COM . Each morning take a dose of bi-carbonate of soda solution for 10 days.e.
For children use half the quantity of nitre. Keep food from the patient as long as possible. Avoid all acid forming foods and abstain from tea. A herb tea made of equal parts of squaw weed and bogbean will be found beneficial. If neither leaves nor tincture is available use 1 teaspoonful of sweet spirit of nitre to 1 tumblerful of warm sweetened water. Use hot milk and agar-agar. place the ingredients in a bottle and shake well. O. especially when sugared. Take the juice of 1 baked lemon. Orange juice. Pour into a bottle the juice of I baked lemon and add 4 teaspoonful of salt.COM . This is sufficient for 2 doses. Administer the dose and 15 minutes to half-an-hour later give 1 cupful of light jaborandi tea (8 leaves to the cup) in order to induce perspiration. On no account must fruit be given as there is already too much acid in the system. when it is given it should consist of hot milk or thin gruel. NOSE BLEEDING 118 WWW. discontinue for the same period and repeat. From 6 to 8 doses should be taken. Bran packs are very effective.coffee and cocoa. The patient should be kept warm and the eyes protected from light. Z. also vegetable juices and broths. If tincture of jaborandi is used 7 to 10 drops should be added to a cupful of water. MUMPS Mumps oftentimes affect the gonoidal as well as the thyroid and para-thyroid glands. Hot thin gruels are permissible. 1 tablespoonful of grape brandy and 2 saltspoonfuls of salt. also fresh asparagus when in season. INFLUENZA A hot bath should be given and the patient got to bed. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » INDIGESTION The severest case of indigestion may be cured by the use of from 3 to 4 lemons per day. It is best taken 20 minutes before meals. A. Keep the patient warm. In severe cases it should be taken three to four times daily for several weeks. Grate 1 tablespoonful of black radish and pour over it 1 tablespoonful of olive oil. . CHICKEN POX MEASLES SCARLET FEVER All three ailments call for sweet spirit of nitre. Shake the bottle well until the contents effervesce. KIDNEY BLADDER URETHRA Take first thing in the morning 1 teaspoonful of cream of tartar in 2 tumblerfuls of hot water for 10 days. also linseed tea and lemon juice with honey are beneficial. At the same time pay special attention to the diet. Hot fomentations in the region of these glands are indicated.DR. Nothing of a tart or acid nature should be given. A bi-carbonate of soda solution should be given first thing in the morning for 10 days.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The dose for adults is 1 teaspoonful of nitre to a tumblerful of warm water sweetened with a saltspoonful of sugar. Parsley and fennel teas are likewise beneficial. Sauerkraut combined with fresh grated pineapple is also remedial in such complaints.
PYORRHEA Half teaspoonful each of salt and borax. Fill the tumbler with boiling water and drink as hot as possible. Rhythmic breathing and exercise in the open air should be resorted to in order to oxygenate the blood. RHEUMATISM The diet should be confined to green salads and toast so dry that when broken it falls into crumbs. I1ot milk may precede the salad. invalid broth and fruit juices. Repeat the treatment every three hours. Use beetroot freely during convalescence. Resort to hot lemonade without sugar. 1 dessertspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda to 1 pint of warm water.DR. Hot water applications are indicated. O. In order to induce perspiration administer a tea. using a bulb syringe. Use a permanganate of potash solution internally and externally. 1 teaspoonful of peroxide of hydrogen. allowing 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda to each tumblerful of boiling water. PNEUMONIA No food should be administered. Avoid acid-forming foods and subsist mostly on green-leaf vegetables. Before each meal a tumblerful of bicarbonate of soda solution should be taken. Apply with a cloth to the generative organs. Within thirty-six hours the condition should be phased. Place a red flannel thereover. PTOMAINE POISONING Take 1 teaspoonful of ground mustard and 1 teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Afterwards administer thin gruels. 1 tumblerful of warm water. Touch up the gums with oil of eucalyptus or pennyroyal. A. Repeat every 6 hours. should be given in three consecutive doses at half-hour intervals and therafter every 3 hours for 3 days or longer. Z. then to the nape of the neck. Gargle and rub the gums – swish and churn – and expectorate until the glass is empty. 119 WWW. sweetened with a saltspoonful of sugar. Drink distilled water. sweetened with a saltspoonful of sugar. also linseed tea with the addition of baked lemon juice. A small salad and toast may be taken three or four times daily. then rub in Baume Neura. turn the patient on the face and apply hot fomentations one after the other under the shoulder blades over the back lobes of the lungs. A teaspoonful of sweet spirit of nitre in a tumblerful of warm water. Take oil in teaspoonful doses 3 times daily. Adhere to this régime for a period of at least 5 weeks.COM . SHINGLES The patient should rest in bed and no food administered unless it be very thin unsweetened gruel without milk. Give the patient a cathartic. Resort to injections. Also take 5 drops of Vegetable Essence internally. until the parts become reddened. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Ten drops of Vegetable Essence to a pint of cold water. for a few days. spoonful of sweet spirit of nitre in a tumblerful of warm water. Then turn the patient over on the other side and repeat the process to the chest. Gradually increase food as prompted by the intuition of the patient.
in that case it would be advisable to administer them on alternate nights. the feet to remain outside the bath. salt. cheese. but nothing more. using a mild solution of permanganate of potash. 1 teaspoonful of hydrogen peroxide to 1 tumblerful of lukewarm water. have the water rise as high as the navel but not beyond it. thereafter once every 3 hours for 2 days. dust the body with orris powder in a muslin bag. CARE OF THE TEETH Rinse the mouth night and morning. Z.DR. The teeth should then be rubbed with any good paste and polished with charcoal. comfortably hot. but roll the body in a flannel sheet and retire to a warm bed to finish perspiring. Should perspiration not manifest after ten minutes.. For the most part sitz baths should be taken in hot water.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. remain in the water for a longer period or long. which really effects the benefit. don fresh night attire and retire for the night. INTESTINAL CLEANSING 120 WWW. in order to retain all the steam. Rinse the mouth therewith several times daily. using 3 to 4 prisms of permanganate of potash to a tumblerful of lukewarm water. hot thin gruel may be added.. A. If one can retire to a bed which has been dressed in fresh linen greater benefit will accrue.COM . Another good mouth wash is 2 teaspoonful each of salt and borax. cold water sitz baths may be taken occasionally. Sitz baths are inclined to enervate those in a low state of health. according to convenience and circumstances. but if over-done an inharmonious condition will be felt in both body and mind. O. arise. enough to allow the electric heat to yield to the steam pressure. or a few drops of oil of eucalyptus in warm water.eucalyptus. Thereafter. When perspiration has ceased to flow. tub. oil of sassafras or oil of . If absolutely necessary. The patient should be given the juices of sweet orange and pineapple. Teach the child to gargle. The room in which the sitz bath is taken must be warm and a flannel sheet or blanket should. etc. TONSILS SWOLLEN INFLAMED SEPTIC Discard from the dietary all starchy foods and dairy products such as butter. eggs and milk. envelop the body. and keep on adding hotter water thereto until after a period of ten minutes the perspiration is exuding from every pore. Do not dry. Sitz baths may be taken either on alternate nights or three nights in succession until nine have been completed. Lie perfectly still so as not to impede porous action. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » SITZ BATH The tub must be large enough to allow one to sit therein. hot milk may follow the dose of bi-carbonate of soda solution. alternating from time to time with 3 drops of oil of camphor. Begin with about three inches of water. No solid food should be taken. Administer also a teaspoonful of bi-carbonate of soda in a tumblerful of hot water first thing in the morning before taking the nitre. SMALLPOX A teaspoonful of sweet spirit of nitre in a tumblerful of warm water sweetened with a saltspoonful of sugar should be administered every hour for three hours. sponge the body with warm vinegar water (one tablespoonful to a gallon of water).
extract of 121 WWW. Use only the juice of really sweet ripe orange. but it must be thoroughly masticated. fresh pineapple juice is also recommended. of which there will be about 1 pint. Point out that there are no little sharp teeth in the tummy and that each one of the teeth must do its work properly. Take liquorice powder in one teaspoonful doses three times in succession. Teach the child to roll soft food around the mouth so that it may mix with the saliva before reaching the stomach. mashed with a little cream and replaced in the oven and rebaked. squeezing the pulp through buttermuslin. grated raw carrot or turnip. WORMS Boil 8 ozs. give the child a small pinch of bi-carbonate of soda in a little hot water before meals. immerse a towel in very hot water. aniseed. Return the liquid to the stove and add 1 oz. which is made by cutting a tumblerful of milk with the juice of 1 baked lemon. O. The only food permissible is lemon-milk. A purgative may be administered to the patient in tablespoonful doses followed by a tumblerful of hot water: 1 part of bitter aloe. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Give the stomach a rest from all solid food for at least two days. Repeat as necessary. This is sufficient for 2 doses. 10 parts of old port wine. Repeat every six hours. Linseed tea and lemon juice sweetened with honey are very beneficial.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The tip of the tongue should rest against the teeth of the lower jaw. and after meals salted lemon juice. 2 parts of Peruvian bark. which is responsible for the condition. To reduce acidity. if acute. Allow the child to drink distilled water or boiled cooled water containing a few drops of Vegetable Essence. (b) Potato baked in the skin. grated carrot in 1 qt. scouped out. of water for 30 to 45 minutes. If there be any swelling of the glands in the neck resort to hot water applications. Add a little warm water to the juice and a little suggestion of marmite or yeastrel. From 6 to 8 doses should be taken. Shake the bottle well until the contents effervesce. SWOLLEN TONSILS Teach the child to hold the tongue down with a very clean pencil and sing any tune to LA LA LA. A small piece of dextrinized toast may be given. When normal conditions have been restored. every three hours. as it has a cleansing influence over the whole system. Bottle and shake well before use. add 2 tablespoonfuls of honey. See also that every crisp morsel is thoroughly masticated. Pour into a bottle the juice of 1 baked lemon and add ¼ teaspoonful of salt. A. give nine small doses at regular intervals throughout the day of ½ teaspoonful each of almond oil alternated with petrolatum (liquid paraffin). Z. wring it out and apply to the affected parts. then gently rub in almond oil. then strain. mashed with a little fresh cream or a little olive oil beaten therein. Afterwards give raw vegetable juices.DR. The bottle should be well shaken each time before administering the dose.COM . TYPHOID MALARIA The severest cases of typhoid and malaria may be cured by the use of from 3 to 4 lemons per day. Bake two lemons gradually in the oven until soft and add ½ teaspoonful of salt to the juice. 1 oz. To this liquid. then strain. When the swelling subsides add gradually other items of food such as: (a) Banana baked in the skin. boiling the carrot liquid and seed for 10 minutes.
beet (raw. cauliflower. pineapple. 122 WWW. Kidneys. A well selected diet. Avocado. wheat. sour milk junket. sassafras and bogbean. juniper berry. including dandelion. cactus or prickly pear. onion. the dried fruit combinations indicated in this chapter. sauerkraut combined with fresh grated pineapple. Garlic. celery tops (bleached). oatmeal. black radish. O. grated or baked). Inside of 2 weeks the affection will have subsided. Green-leaf vegetables. salsify. Apple (baked). lemon. Cottage cheese. papaya. Nerves. rhubarb. Should there be a tendency to constipation resort to. gooseberry. nervous and glandular systems. pineapple (fresh). garlic. will stimulate and ease the pressure that has to be borne by the circulatory. much can be done by adopting an appropriate dietary. okra. Heart.COM . guava. WHOOPING COUGH Whooping cough is a contraction of the nerves and should not be allowed to develop. Honey is also beneficial. Arteries. blackberry. cucumber. though it may not enact an organic cure. Irish moss. foenucky. rhubarb. green-leaf vegetables. tomato. blueberry. Brussels sprout. parsley. mustard leaves. A. Fresh green salads and fruit juices. CHAPTER XXII: SELECTIVE DIETARY IN order to tone up the circulatory. grape. Glands. kale. spinach. There are foods and combinations of dishes to tone up the various organs of the body. lime. gooseberry. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » senna and 11 ozs.. cress. Fruit juices which require to be heated for curative purposes should not be brought into direct contact with dry heat but poured into a glass container and then immersed in a pan of cold water and heated gradually. cabbage (raw). pineapple (fresh). nervous and glandular systems. also juice of lemon (baked) with salt. leek. the child should be raised by the arms and shaken and shaken. prune. Bladder. melon. Asparagus. tomato. watercress.. peach. Apple. Beetroot. lima bean. white grape. As soon as the spell comes on. Asparagus (fresh). mango. artichoke (globe). rubbed on dry toast. black radish. A list of the various fruits and vegetables which will assist to achieve the desired result is here given for the guidance of associates. Z. elderberry. Hot liquids only should be administered. mango (ripe). lettuce. also 1 teaspoonful zedoary in white syrup for 3 mornings. persimmon. Intestines. goat's cheese. pear.DR. heated orange juice mostly and very thin hot gruel. water-pepper. Liver. also juicy fruits. Cherimoya (custard apple). camomile. endive. currant. celeriac. peas (green). fennel. sorrel. Kee pit in a cool dark place and take upon an empty stomach 1 or 2 tablespoonfuls of the mixture. strawberry. Blood. lettuce. Use 3 cloves of grated garlic in hot milk for 10 mornings. Take with each meal 2 teaspoonfuls of dextrinized raw rolled oats and after meals 2 three-grain tablets of willow bark charcoal. cranberry.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. raspberry. rhubarb (raw). nettle. sauerkraut combined with fresh grated pineapple. buttermilk. elderflower or berry. orange. Artichoke (globe). Pine nut paste with beaten white of egg and sifted bran flour. extract of spigelia. bilberry. parsley. Herb teas made from fennel. Artichoke (globe).
Anything that calls for parboiling should thereafter be baked. In. 2. Use copiously as a drink. condiments and flavours. Add the cascara to the wine and then drop the wine gradually into the oil. the fertilization of the soil with animal waste was considered an unpardonable sin and a germ-breeder. particularly the chemically-charged 123 WWW. sliced or grated. 5 large teaspoonfuls of bi-carbonate of soda. 3 teaspoonfuls of bi-carbonate of soda. when dissolved add a further quart of distilled water.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. It assists in neutralizing acid conditions and facilitates elimination. Vitamins and calories develop through proper. dash of cayenne pepper and boiling water poured thereon. break it into a bowl which has previously been rubbed with garlic. Shake well before use and take 1 tablespoonful after meals. Some foods combine more readily than others. ½ large teaspoonful of citrate of magnesia. as well as selection. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Stomach. A plain combination salad with equal proportions of oil and lemon juice well emulsified. either raw or baked should be the rule. Vichy Water No. then pour thereover a cupful of boiling water and sip it while hot. some instances. After 3 days take less water and more milk. Strict adherence to the general principles outlined in previous chapters will enable one to maintain a state . Bottle and shake well before use. Whenever hungry or thirsty make half-and-half or 1/3 water and 1/3 milk. add a teaspoonful of olive oil and several dashes of cayenne pepper. or covered with batter. CHAPTER XXIII: HORTICULTURAL HINTS IN the days of Ainyahita. In case of hunger take a slice or two of very dry toast sprinkled with cayenne pepper and a dish of green pepper salad served with lemon juice. Beat up vigorously. Z. ½ teaspoonful of powdered sulphur. with or without oil. The decay of forest and the alluvial deposits from mountain streams provided suitable fertilization. and above all in a fresh state. To 1 qt. a raw egg. of boiling distilled water. ½ large teaspoonful of cream of tartar. The tonic is particularly valuable in the case of boils. Persimmon and pineapple (fresh) when in season. spices. a suggestion of garlic. or in a batter. If it causes diarrhea reduce the quantity of vichy water. Pour over these ingredients 1 qt. Take for 3 days a 1/3 or ½ a tumblerful first thing in the morning. O.of well-being conducive to the exercise of the higher faculties of heart and mind. ½ large teaspoonful of powdered sulphur.DR. also a bouillon made of toasted bread squares. corresponding combinations and the use of savouries. 1 part port wine. Attention should be paid to the method of preparing dishes. 1. Take a fresh egg. agreeable. the use of egg and in others cheese. 3 tablespoonfuls of epsom salts. It should be remembered that whatever can be eaten in a raw state.COM . Tonic. 5 quarts of boiling water. Only rarely should one resort to steaming or frying. 2 parts olive oil. Vichy Water No. will enhance the food value to an appreciable extent. the greater and more quickly the benefit obtained. chopped parsley. Invalid Soup. of the above add 2 teaspoonful of cascara sagrada. A.
however. There would necessarily be a small quantity of animal waste in this mixture. in which millions of bacteria. why land becomes infertile. camomile. Repeat the process several times until the heap is about 5 ft. After a few months the compost heap should be turned over to ensure thorough mixture. destroying the natural humus of the soil. fill in rubble or gravel to a depth of 3 inches for drainage purposes. The more varied the ingredients and thorough the mixing.. This method of fertilization is similar to what is. To this end all waste from field.. etc. where the farmers reap one crop while they spread the chemical fertilizers and plough for the next crop. high. as well as garden and field planting. and if the land is fertilized with such chemicals satisfactory results should follow. While in the making the compost heap should be kept moist but not too sloppy. Afforestation schemes have been introduced and the area reclaimed.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. etc. When the heap has reached 18 to 24 inches high. valerian. are thrown out of cultivation. Large tracts in South Africa. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » decomposition. square and 1 ft.DR.COM . lawn mowings. O. and microbes play their part in every cubic inch of the decomposed material. plants naturally thrive best in those places where the soil is most suitable to their growth. are lying desolate. The remedy lies in returning to the land everything taken from it and adopting a system of crop rotation. tree planting. once famous for their wheat crops. dandelion. Animal waste is not recommended. obtained from a well-made Compost Heap. those parts which were outside being placed inside. In mild localities. every fifth year. By that time it should be a sweetsmelling brown earth which will pass through a quarter-inch mesh ready for raking into the soil immediately it is spread. in his day also advocated what is termed Clean Culture. governed by the position of the moon. in depth. For the vegetable garden use granite dust. i. The chemists tell us that plants are made up of certain chemical constituents.. The heap will gradually settle down to half its original height. Then begin to build the heap. kelp and peat in equal proportions and mix it with the other ingredients in the compost heap. The compost will be ready for use in from 6 to 9 months. garden or kitchen should be placed in a heap to rot.. yarrow. Eventually the land becomes soured by one-sided cultivation and continued use of chemical fertilizers renders the soil acid instead of alkaline. add a layer of herbs such as nettle.e. but if it is used as a base be sure that the manure has been thoroughly decomposed with unslaked lime. Vast areas in America. A. All garden refuse. the old prairie lands. the better. It was the general practice for the land to be in rest for a season every span of the hand. cover with 3 inches of earth. then cover with about 1 inch of soil. It may be covered with timber or sacks and occasionally watered from a watering can with a fine rose. begin at the same time. Z. In a wild state. Finally. the renowned horticulturist. should be thrown in. plants grown on unsuitable soil or under forced conditions oftentimes lack medicinal properties. THE COMPOST HEAP Dig a hole about 5 ft. Zarathushtra. although of good appearance. One begins to wonder. the soil having disintegrated and blown away or washed down by floods. HOT-BED PLANTING Hot-bed planting begins towards the end of February irrespective of climatic conditions. which would be changed by nature during the process of decay. and sprinkle over it a little unslaked lime. permanganate of potash and sulphur and exposed 124 WWW.
Small potato patches should be covered with straw. If trees are exposed to a draught protect them. radish and all medicinal roots. carrot. pumpkin. potato. boiled and when cold given to the plants. Should the soil on top become baked too quickly. On the 5t1f and 6th day after the FULL MOON sow or plant underground productions: beet. Old fruit trees. non-flowering plants on coffee. This will ensure quick growth and bumper crops. this ensures an early crop. then the trees bear magically.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. The tree twill produce larger and sweeter fruit than formerly. another layer of manure.DR.COM . these nitrates in falling on the soil. thereafter leave it to the plant and to nature. (G. The nitrates in the air gradually descend after sunset and by loosening up the soil. fill with plenty of good fertilizer and keep very wet for six weeks. Fruit trees like coffee grounds too. In tree planting. 125 WWW. one foot from the trunk and one foot in depth. should not be cut down. celeriac. This process is likened to female curettement and male circumcision. should be done in the evening from 5 p. vine. In planting trees the ground must be fertilized. all through the night these come down. place so that none of the roots will have to be cut. repeat every three months. a layer of hop manure. parsnip. The tree has to breathe through the roots and leaves. tomato and cucumber plants. Flower plants do better on tea. Crop most of the produce at the last quarter of the moon. each time it is fertilized mulch must be placed over it so as to retain the moisture and keep it from baking hard. a layer of sandy mulch mixed with a fertilizer. as well as the sowing of seeds. reground. pea. corn. Keep the hot-bed very damp at all times and close the lids at eventide. Dig two holes on opposite sides of the tree. cabbage. so as to ensure absolute chemicalization. a layer of sandy loam. All coffee grounds should be dried.) onwards. although not bearing fruit satisfactorily. pour into each hole a cupful of dry Epsom Salts and then replace the soil. Rings should be cut around the branches in the fall of the year. then heavy soil. attracted to the freshly cultivated ground. melon. a little more than half-an-inch width of bark should be peeled off with a sharp knife on two branches. horse-radish. get into the soil. TREE CULTURE If fruit trees do not bear readily they require phosphates and also permanganate of potash. squash. If there be any small roots use fertilizer and then put mulch over them. lettuce. the holes should be at least three feet in depth and diameter.M. etc. The first layer in a hot-bed should be unslaked lime. A.m. Apply the following treatment in the fall of the year. Feed the plant every four weeks (28 days) with a light portion of compost. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » to the elements for two or three years. In addition to compost. Use for a top dressing mineral fertilizers or compost. onion.T. celery. bean. SOWING OF SEED On the 2nd or 3rd day before a FULL MOON sow or plant tomato. house plants should be given coffee or tea grounds. spinach. cucumber. NITRATES FROM THE AIR The preparation and hoeing of the soil. if the soil becomes baked the roots do not take in sufficient moisture from the-soil or nitrates from the air through the leaves. Z. shrubs and fruit trees. O. and thus feed the crops. okra. On the 1st and 2nd day of the NEW MOON sow or plant or transplant: asparagus. A mild solution of bi-carbonate of soda revives plants. grape. likewise strawberry.
rye. Potato. grow fabulously when planted in the decline of the FULL MOON. A. otherwise the plant grows into tops instead of pods. cut and burnt. Sow or plant out melon. At the FULL MOON plant all kinds of bean. In the north the planting of winter wheat. vetch. O. ALL top-producing seeds and plants should be sown or planted with the NEW MOON. tomato and cucumber plants.. in southern parts. plant in hot beds or out of doors wherever permissible. At the NEW MOON plant all kinds of pea and lentil. producing strawberry. CANCER The latter part of June and the first part of July is CANCER. Seeds sown and plants set out become drought resisting. GEMINI The latter part of May and the first part of June is GEMINI.. pumpkin. barley. Be sure to plant before the 4th day. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » PISCES Beginning with February 20th and the sign of PISCES. plants such as alfalfa. Water the soil and plants three times daily and add fertilizers every 7th and not later than the 9th day. LIBRA The latter part of September and the first part of October is LIBRA. turnip. squash. Do not plant any other things. sub. V I RGO The latter part of August and the first part of September is VIRGO and is fairly good for sowing onion and celery seeds. There should be a great deal of cultivation done.COM . ARIES The latter part Of March and the first part of April is ARIES. raspberry. radish. TAURUS The latter part of April and the first part of May is TAURUS. etc. peanut. etc.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. also grains. In the north. Z. All grains should be sown during the dark of the moon. 126 WWW. etc. corn. potato and all kinds of vegetables. the transplanting of strawberry and berry plants generally. The time of winter planting in southern parts. sowing should be done in hot-beds so as to raise plants to be transplanted according to the rules given. also sowing fodder seeds. then good crops and fine produce are assured. unless it be potato.DR. five days after the FULL MOON and not later than the first week in June. Give them more fertilizer and less water. weeds should be destroyed. The latter part of July. and the first part of August is the sign of LEO.
Eucalyptus Oil. at the same time. etc. pimples. add 10 drops to a cup of boiling water. Bath. This is not injurious to the membranous lining. and with a towel over the head. Olive Oil or Petrolatum. A. apply hot fomentations externally where painful. Colds. and if tooth is decayed. full strength. also inhale from the bottle or palm of the hand. and oil with Almond Oil. frequently apply Eucalyptus Oil With a piece of cotton wool or lint. or boils. especially when tired. After washing painful parts – nerves or muscles. This is most efficacious. In case of Entozoa – take 20 minutes before each meal. and place in or on the tooth. For bathing wounds which are not clean. blood-diseases. Whether caused by "decay. every day. 2 or 3 drops on a piece of hard sugar. O. Externally rub the part where the pain is felt. by dabbing on part affected. with 127 WWW. adding 1 teaspoonful of oil." or "blood pressure" to the head.COM . inhale as long as the water is hot. If suffering from cold feet. For a Hip Bath. at the same time take internally 2 or 3 drops on sugar. fever. scrofula. or after hot fomentation. Catarrh of Nose and Throat. skimming the top well whilst boiling. Where a cold is felt coming on. apply by gently rubbing it into the skin for 10 to 20 minutes. Take a hot bath containing 2 teaspoonfuls of oil for 8 days (one bath per day). or in water. After which dry the feet thoroughly." "cold. as it contains ingredients which are absent from that produced in other countries. and also take internally a few drops. Add 1 or 2 teaspoonfuls to a. till clear) and take 1 teaspoonful every 15 minutes to 3 hours. and during the ten minutes’ time much evaporates. and take internally 4 to 6 drops in hot water. is very good for obtaining a skin action. headache. bath of hot water. rinse the mouth with hot water containing one drop of oil. Blood Pressure.DR.(oil added only to hot water).. as the oil is of a volatile nature. Keep the feet in the water until the skin becomes very red. Headache and Biliousness. alternately placing the feet into cold water – 1 minute in cold. and also take internally 2 or 3 drops on a piece of hard sugar 3 times a day. 3 times daily. or festering sores. for several days. Toothache. as required. cleanses and disinfects the whole of the alimentary canal. high fever External Use. One part of Eucalyptus Oil to 10 parts of White Syrup (made by boiling white sugar. Internal Use. Lumbago and Backache. Place the feet in very hot water to which has been added 1 teaspoonful of oil. This treatment assists in immunization from head colds. and 3 minutes in hot -. lungs. Whooping Cough and Pneumonia. Worms. drop a little oil on a small piece of cotton wool. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » CHAPTER XXIV MAZDAZNAN REMEDIES AUSTRALIAN OIL OF EUCALYPTUS THE Australian Oil of Eucalyptus is more potent than that obtained from other sources. for 3 days – 3 drops of Oil of Eucalyptus in tumblerful of hot water. a hot foot bath should be taken. This should be done for 8 to 10 minutes. Rub in a few drops on the forehead. bronchial tubes. influenza. take one tablespoonful of oil of eucalyptus – hold in mouth for 10 minutes – then swallow.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Z. neck and temples. add ½ to 1 teaspoonful. refreshing to the whole body. malaria. and is good for the nerves.
and "full" baths with 2 teaspoonfuls of oil added (using very hot water) or hot fomentation on the part affected. thereafter. Apply hot water fomentations for 3 minutes. When thoroughly red apply the Baume Neura and cover . or if the air is very dry. The treatment must be persevered with to gain results. Z. A. Continue. oiling feet with Almond Oil. or wash with very hot water for 15 minutes. Due to having fallen. or having been struck by hard object or sharp corner. Against falling hair. over which has been poured 6 drops of Oil of Eucalyptus. using basin of boiling water with oil added. Hot foot baths containing 1 teaspoonful of oil. BAUME NEURA OINTMENT Rheumatism Neuritis Sciatica Gout Strains Sprains Stiff Joints Swollen Glands Swellings Swollen Ankles Pneumonia also Severe Colds 128 WWW. If oiling the hair is preferred. frotating with the middle finger over a small area at a time. Hip Baths. oil with Petrolatum – this makes the hair shiny and curly. Put 1 tablespoonful of Oil in Atomiser or perfume spray. Rub affected parts with cloth wrung out of very hot water containing Oil of Eucalyptus. dry well in warm room or sun. Then rub in Baume Neura. repeat every 12 hours for 3 days. For the Feet. Baume Neura assists in Glandular awakenment. Olive Oil or Petrolatum. very gently. A very good thing for hot summer weather. Cover with hot red flannel and keep warm. airing the hair with fingers and comb. Place patient face downwards on the bed. 3 times daily. rub and stretch the toes.DR. teeth and throat. and repeat every night for from 10 nights to 21 nights. also take internally 3 or 4 drops on piece of hard sugar. anoint finger tips with Oil of Eucalyptus and massage scalp. Take only light eliminating foods to correct acidity. When good and red rub in the Baume Neura as above. Dry well. Women suffering loss of vital fluids – add 5 to 6 drops of Oil of Eucalyptus to a quart of water. flesh may have become bruised. even though the patient screams out. this disinfects mouth. then place over part a piece of red blotting paper. from the palm of the hand. Once a week rub a few drops of oil into the roots of the hair in the evening. For the Hair. O. Cleansing of Mouth and Teeth. is to use a little water with the oil. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » oil. using one tablespoonful of oil to basin of water. heated to 114 degrees – four quarts in all – and take vaginal bath. For Disinfecting House or Room. Draw through the nostrils some of the liquid. the evening inhale by steaming with towel over the head. Swellings. Rheumatism.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Female Affections. repeat treatment every six hours until relief has been gained. Cover with hot flannel and keep warm. or hard lump may have formed. Keep the body warm. The following morning wash the hair in hot water with Eucalyptus Oil Soap. Towel wrung out in hottest possible water and applied to the affected part. once daily for 10 days. and spray into the air. Apply towel wrung out in almost scalding water to the Pleura. The correct diet must be observed to gain results.COM Very hot dry applications to the affected parts. moving from room to room. Once a week 1 or 2 baths. dry and clean clothing to be worn. Add 3 drops of oil to a glass of hot water. finally put on clean warm hose. also in.
Confine the dietary to cereals of all kinds. pastry. cease taking it as soon as the period sets in. Fennel. bananas. Each morning and evening take 1 to 2 cupfuls of slippery elm bark tea. O. lemon-milk. irregular or cease altogether. avocado. cocoa. Where the menses are profuse or frequent: use a tea of Canadian Fleabane. When in pain or distressed: take 3 to 5 drops of Cynoleo in brandy. sleeplessness and nervousness. the condition arises from the mal-functioning of the generatives. adding 2 drops of Cynoleo. When the menses have ceased: use linseed tea – one cupful every. alcohol. stomach. then slowly count 30. use hot white syrup. a small cupful every half-hour to 3 hours.DR. spices. and mental derangements are the result of irregularity of the menses. Also every 6 hours take a hot mustard foot-bath and take internally one teaspoonful of the following preparation every 3 hours. pulses. Almost all female affections may be traced to the generative organs: sickness and nervous headaches. buttermilk. Where the menses are painful and irregular: take 3 to 5 drops in a ½ cupful of very hot water for 3 days before expectation. 7 drops is the limit. It is essential that one should abstain from meat. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » with red flannel. All life begins with generation. Do so for 3 days before the time. A. liver and heart affections. As soon as the periods begin or at maturity. raw salads. Consumption. port wine or vermouth cordial.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Keep warm. Cynoleo restores generative action and brings new life to the wasting tissues. The generative organs create life substances. Keep warm. Turn over and treat chest and sides in the same manner. morning sickness. 6 hours. particularly grapefruit. using adhesive plaster to fix the flannel. pineapples. remove the garlic and bottle the liquid in a dark brown bottle. kidney. according to the severity of the case. just before retiring. adding one drop of Cynoleo. For external use: in hot or cold compresses and poultices. they impart and promote life. salt. Pack the ears with cotton wool covered with Baume Neura. tumours. fruits. rice. pulses. tea. apples. GYNOLEO Gynoleo possesses similar properties to that of Cynoleo and is specially prepared for use by 129 WWW. Apply Baume Neura to fingers and frotate inside the ears. E Ear Troubles and Deafness CYNOLEO Cynoleo is a very potent compound of electro-magnetic tropical vegetation. coffee. It is well to resort to rectal dilation as any distention on the part of the alimentaries induces impingements upon the more delicate parts. Cynoleo is to the generative organs and brain what the grape is to the heart and blood. Bowels:o be thoroughly cleansed and no food given whilst the fever lasts. it penetrates every diseased fibre and tissue of the body and restores them to normality. add them to one tumblerful of Portuguese port wine and very slowly bring it to the boiling point. and these periods become painful. Z. Use Cynoleo on days when not using the port wine preparation. cold feet and poor circulation of the blood are largely the result of insufficient generation and absorption of fluidum.COM . adding 2 drops of Cynoleo. for 3 consecutive days out of every 10 days: Peel 6 cloves of garlic. cottage cheese. yolk of egg. Cynoleo will be found very effective. Very hot dry application to the ears. where these are not available. Rub all around and behind the ear. Jaborandi and Linseed teas to create perspiration. mind-wanderings. coarse bread and yeasted breadstuffs for at least nine days prior to commencement of these treatments.
Take 5 to 10 drops of a solution of 1 part Menphor to I to 2 parts of Petrolatum or Almond Oil in a tumblerful of hot water before retiring. If used regularly it will prevent sore gums and tartar or deposit on the teeth. As a mouth wash. nerve. Each night before retiring bathe the generative organs in hot water. 4 drops the second night. using antiseptic soap. Dry with care and anoint the parts with almond oil or menphor. After drying. Mouth Wash and Gargle. O. Use 2 drops of Gynoleo in a wineglassful of cold water. Begin with 5 drops of the solution and add one more drop each day until 10 drops are reached. During this treatment introduce into the dietary plenty of milk.COM . This solution may be injected into the colon with satisfactory results. Repeat the régime at intervals as necessary. During the six following nights use one drop of Gynoleo in a tumblerful of hot water. thereafter every 2 hours for a few days. Add a few drops of Menphor to a wineglassful of hot or cold water. herb teas and hot lemonades. Afterwards. Z. arising from depletion of the generative functions. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » males. It is essential that a fleshless diet be observed in all cases where Menphor is used. Take a few drops of Olyptol in a wineglassful of hot water every 15 minutes for a few hours.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Depletion of Energy. gland and blood affections. The same dietary régime applies as indicated under Cynoleo. At the first sign of a cold take 4 drops of Olyptol in a tablespoonful of hot water 4 or 5 times daily.DR. lassitude. fruit juices. Gynoleo is a potent remedy for all conditions. OLYPTOL Olyptol is a mild stimulant and counter irritant. then every 30 minutes for a few more hours. 130 WWW. it kills entozoa in the stomach. take internally before retiring: 1 part Menphor to 1 to 2 parts of Petrolatum or Almond Oil in a tumblerful of hot water. A. and 5 drops on the third night. Kidney and Bladder Affections. also for Pyorrhea and to strengthen the gums: use 3 drops in a tumblerful of hot water first thing in the morning. grated apple. When mentally exhausted take one pint of clabber or whey daily. Peritonitis. Glandular Swellings. General Weakness and Lassitude. also barley water. If necessary repeat the treatment commencing with the new moon. sluggish circulation. Use a few drops of Gynoleo in hot water and make application to affected parts. sleeplessness. and afterwards rinse with cold water to which has been added 2 drops of Gynoleo to a pint of water. take a hot bath. then every day one drop less until 5 drops are again reached. rub the whole body sparingly but thoroughly with Menphor. Hot foot baths should be taken during the treatments. Spray the nasal passages as well as the throat with the same solution. If not procurable take a pint of sweet milk and beat therein the juice of one or two baked lemons. Upon retiring take the first night 3 drops of Genoleo on a lump of sugar. Where there is a feeling of irritability. MENPHOR Menphor tones up the whole system and is excellent in all cases of skin. just before retiring. Olyptol arrests a ravenous desire for food. nervousness or indigestion.
LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Male Generative Affections. Asthma. Nervousness and Ague. 131 WWW. Nose Bleed. In healing up the usual traces will be entirely eradicated. Displacements. first thing. Apply with cloth to generative organs. 3 drops on sugar arrest stomach burns. Liver. The following morning. Z. Bleeding is arrested immediately and in case stitches become necessary patient need not take anesthetics. Dissolve a stick of liquorice in a cupful of hot water. or at the time of an attack. 3 drops in a tablespoonful of hot or warm water drawn up the nose will clear the passages. 3 drops of Essence upon a cotton tampon dipped in warm glycerine. 3 drops of Essence in a pint of hot water for vaginal douches. Stomach. brush all cuts and wounds for a few minutes. Apply hot water to afflicted parts and pour a few drops of cold Essence on linen cloth. Take 3 drops of Essence in a wineglassful of cold water and keep the back of neck wet with Essence. Indigestion. Insert morning and evening. Keep cloth damp with cold Essence. Keep up this dashing for two or three minutes. Coughs. Take internally 3 drops in a tablespoonful of cold water. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » PETROLATUM Petrolatum comprises the finest Russian Liquid Paraffin. Bruises and Burns. In case of accident. Place in a bottle. 10 drops to a pint of cold water. One drop of Essence to the two fingers wet with saliva and brushed over the eyes a few times and fingers pressed gently at corner of eyes towards nose. O. dyspeptic attacks and vomiting. Headache. then to back of neck and take 5 drops internally. It is invaluable in all organic affections. 5 drops in a cupful of sweetened hot water removes ague and nervousness. and one teaspoonful of Essence.DR. Take a teaspoonful before and after meals. Take one tablespoonful of Petrolatum before retiring. If for running sores in ear. 3 drops on a piece of cotton inserted into ear arrests pain at once. 3 drops in a teaspoonful of Vermouth acts upon the liver. Sore Throat. Eye Affections. Heartburn and Fevers. it acts as a lubricant to the intestines and also to the joints. 3 drops taken in a tablespoonful of hot water will arrest burning of the stomach. rub Essence behind the ears and keep neck in hot flannels. Bathe organs in hot water for two minutes and immediately dash upon organs a glassful of cold water containing. 3 drops of Essence.COM . Dyspeptic Attacks and Vomiting. 5 drops in a wineglassful of cold water and 10 drops of grain alcohol induce digestion. 3 drops in one tablespoonful of lemon juice acts on the kidneys. Stomach Burns. take two tumblerfuls of hot water in order to wash away sediment. Bleeding. add two tablespoonfuls of grape brandy. For fibroids use in cupful of claret 5 drops of Essence after the regular vaginal bath. 3 drops in a tablespoonful of cold water arrests fever and summer complaint. Earache. A. Cuts. Female Generative Affections. Catarrh and Colds. Kidneys. VEGETABLE ESSENCE Vegetable Essence is a valuable herbal compound and will prove efficacious in the alleviation of many disorders.
bread crumbs or browned flour. and alternate several times.A. swellings of all kinds and goitre. making for easier assimilation. Saleratus. Sal-Soda.S. The leaves (bruised) are remedial when applied to burns. Z. Washing Soda.LETSCREATEHEAVENONEARTH. Baking Soda. CHAPTER XXV: GLOSSARY IN order to assist associates who subscribe to Mazdaznan publications issued in U. Petrolatum. Use 3 drops to a pint of milk or have mother use Essence. as synonymous with bi-carbonate of soda. Also known as Cascara Sagrada. HA’NISH « SCIENCE OF DIETETICS » Children's Diseases. together with a little fresh or unsweetened tinned milk to bind.DR. combine with wormwood. Buckthorn. These terms are used in U. O. inhale and exhale. Sugar of milk. Dextrinization. Zedoary (imported wormseed). cuts. (Plural: Symposia). Golden Groundsel or Life Root. Milk Sugar (Lactose). Cross Breath. century or sage. The process of thorough mastication. Symposium. Zedvar. During teething use Essence on gums. Implies subjection to dry heat in the oven in order to transform the starch content into dextrin. squaw weed. Plantain (Plantago Major). then the other. the following glossary is given for their guidance: Bitter Clover (Menyanthes Trifoliata). egg fresh or powdered may be added. named after Horace Fletcher. Comprises a combination baked dish usually of one or more grated vegetable as a base with the addition of matzo meal. Bogbean or Buckbean. A preparation comprised of flour and water according to a Kosher formula. A mild laxative acting principally on the large intestine. also efficacious in all rectal affections. Russian liquid paraffin. sores.COM . it may be obtained in the form of a fine or medium meal. also in biscuit form. 132 WWW. Fletcherism. A. Excellent for dyspepsia or a torpid liver. Close one nostril. Matzo.A.S. Squaw Weed (Senecio Aureus). Combined with an equal part of Bogbean (Bitter Clover) makes an excellent decoction for all stomach disorders.
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