Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D.
I believe the reason the mind has so summarily been dismissed in medicine is the result, not only of dogmatic thinking, but also of financial considerations. If the power of the mind can heal the body, why should you go to the doctor and more importantly, why should you need to buy drugs.
Do or Do Not, There is no Try.
For EVERY one – everybody – should take an internal bath occasionally, as well as an external one. They would all be better off if they would.
Dr. David Jubb
Prior to the 1950’s it was quite common or an enema to be administered to any patient arriving at a hospital, as it sets the foundation for rejuvenation by removing toxic debris.
Dr. Bernard Jensen
It is my sincere belief that one of the bowel’s greatest enemies in civilized society is the ergonomic nightmare known as the toilet.
Linda Berry, D.C.
I believe that a toxic elimination system is the most common cause of ill health today, and the most dangerous. Fortunately, it’s also treatable.
Whenever there is water in the colon, no matter how little or how much is solid matter is removed, a healing reflex action occurs in many parts of the body. This may be due to the many reflex points that are being reached and cleansed during the process.
Dr. George C. Crile
If people would take care of their body and cleanse their colon, their problems would be pretty much eliminated.
John Harvey Kellog, M.D.
Of the 22,000 operations I have personally performed, I have never found a single normal colon.
Dr. Norman Walker
Infirmity and sickness, at any age, is the direct result of loading up the body with food which contains no vitality, and at the same time allowing the intestines to remain loaded with waste matter.
Think not that it is sufficient that the angel of water embrace you outwards only. I tell you truly, the uncleanness within is greater by much than the uncleanness without. And he who cleanses himself without, but within remains unclean within, is like the tombs that outwards are painted fair, but are within full of all manner of horrible uncleanness and abominations.
In Western societies, many of us would like to eat our bacon and eggs for breakfast, and then, if need be, take a cholesterol lowering pill to lessen our risk of heart disease. We don’t want to change our lifestyles. We don’t want to question what we eat.