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Most Diseases Cure Themselves

Categories: Colon Cleansing
Sources: How And When To Be Your Own Doctor

If you ask any honest medical doctor how they cure diseases, they

will tell you that most acute disease conditions and a smaller,

though significant percentage (probably a majority) of chronic

disease conditions are self-limiting and will, given time, get

better all by themselves. So for most complaints, the honest

allopathic doctor sees their job as giving comfort and easing the

severity of the symptoms until a cure h

This same scenario, when viewed from a hygienist's perspective, is

that almost all acute and many chronic conditions are simply the

body's attempt to handle a crisis of toxemia. For two reasons the

current crisis will probably go away by itself. The positive reason

is that the toxic overload will be resolved: the person changes

their dietary habits or the stressor that temporarily lowered their

vital force and produced enervation is removed, then digestion

improves and the level of self-generated toxins is reduced. The

negative reason for a complaint to "cure" itself is that the

suffering person's vital force drops below the level that the

symptom can be manifested and the complaint goes away because a new,

more serious disease is developing.

I view this second possibility as highly undesirable because strong,

healthy bodies possessing a high degree of vital force are able to

eliminate toxins rather violently, frequently producing very

uncomfortable symptoms that are not life-threatening. However, as

the vital force drops, the body changes its routes of secondary

elimination and begins using more centrally located vital organs and

systems to dispose of toxemia. This degeneration producing less

unpleasant symptoms, but in the long run, damages essential organs

and moves the person closer to their final disease.

A young vigorous body possessing a large degree of vital force will

almost always route surplus toxins through skin tissues and

skin-like mucus membranes, producing repeated bouts of sinusitis, or

asthma, or colds, or a combination of all these. Each acute

manifestation will "cure" itself by itself eventually. But

eventually the body's vital force can no longer create these

aggressive cleansing phenomena and the toxemia begins to go deeper.

When the allopathic doctor gets a patient complaining of sinusitis,

they know they will eventually get a cure. The "cure" however, might

well be a case of arthritis.

This unfortunate reality tends to make young, idealistic physicians

become rather disillusioned about treating degenerative conditions

because the end result of all their efforts is, in the end, death

anyway. The best they can do is to alleviate suffering and to a

degree, prolong life. The worst they can do is to prolong suffering.

Thus, the physicians main job is to get the patient to be patient,

to wait until the body corrects itself and stops manifesting the

undesired symptom. Thus comes the prime rule of all humane medicine:

first of all, do no harm! If the doctor simply refrains from making

the body worse, it will probably get better by itself. But the

patient, rarely resigned to quiet suffering, comes in demanding fast

relief, demanding a cure. In fact, if the patient were resigned to

quiet suffering they would not consult a doctor. So if the doctor

wants to keep this patient and make a living they must do something.

If that something the doctor must do does little or no harm and

better yet, can also alleviate the symptoms, the doctor is

practicing good medicine and will have a very high cure rate and be

financially successful if they have a good bedside manner. This kind

of doctor may be allopathic and/or "natural," may use herbs or

practice homeopathy.

The story of Dr. Jennings, a very successful and famous or infamous

(depending on your viewpoint) physician, who practiced in

Connecticut in the early 1800s exemplifies this type of approach.

Dr. Jennings had his own unique medicines. Their composition was of

his own devising, and were absolutely secret. He had pills and

colored bitter drops of various sorts that were compounded himself

in his own pharmacy. Dr. Jennings' patients generally recovered and

had few or no complications. This must be viewed in contrast to the

practices of his fellow doctors of that era, whose black bags were

full of mercury and arsenic and strychnine, whose practices included

obligatory bleeding. These techniques and medicines "worked" by

poisoning the body or by reducing its blood supply and thus lowering

its vital force, ending the body's ability to manifest the

undesirable symptom. If the poor patient survived being victimized

by their own physician, they were tough enough to survive both their

disease and the doctor's cure. Typically, the sick had many, lengthy

complications, long illnesses, and many "setbacks" requiring many

visits, earning the physician a great living.

Dr. Jennings operated differently. He would prescribe one or two

secret medicines from his black bag and instruct the patient to stay

in bed, get lots of rest, drink lots of water, eat little and

lightly, and continue taking the medicine until they were well. His

cure rate was phenomenal. Demand they might, but Dr. Jennings would

never reveal what was in his pills and vials. Finally at the end of

his career, to instruct his fellow man, Dr. Jennings confessed. His

pills were made from flour dough, various bitter but harmless herbal

substances, and a little sugar. His red and green and black

tinctures, prescribed five or ten drips at a time mixed in a glass

of water several times daily, were only water and alcohol, some

colorant and something bitter tasting, but harmless. Placebos in

other words.

Upon confessing, Dr. Jennings had to run for his life. I believe he

ended up retiring on the western frontier, in Indiana. Some of his

former patients were extremely angry because they had paid good

money, top dollar for "real" medicines, but were given only flour

and water. The fact that they got better didn't seem to count.

If the physicians curative procedure suppresses the symptom and/or

lowers the vital force with toxic drugs or surgery, (either result

will often as not end the complaint) the allopathic doctor is

practicing bad medicine. This doctor too will have a high cure rate

and a good business (if they have an effective bedside manner)

because their drugs really do make the current symptoms vanish very

rapidly. Additionally, their practice harmonizes with a common but

vicious dramatization of many people which goes: when a body is

malfunctioning, it is a bad body and needs to be punished. So lets

punish it with poisons and if that don't work, lets really punish it

by cutting out the offending part.

However, if the physician can do something that will do no harm but

raises the vital force and/or lowers the level of toxemia, this

doctor will have a genuine cure rate higher than either of the two

techniques. Why does raising the vital force help? Because it

reduces enervation, improves the digestion, lowers the creation of

new toxins and improves the function of the organs of elimination,

also reducing the toxic overload that is causing the complaint.

Techniques that temporarily and quickly raise the vital force

include homeopathy, chiropractic, vitamin therapy, massage,

acupuncture and acupressure and many more spiritually oriented

practices. Healers who use these approaches and have a good bedside

manner can have a very good business, they can have an

especially-profitable practice if they do nothing to lower the level

of toxemia being currently generated. Their patients do experience

prompt relief but must repeatedly take the remedy. This makes for

satisfied customers and a repeat business.

The best approach of all focuses on reducing the self-generated

level of toxemia, cleansing to remove deposits of old toxemia,

rebuilding the organs of elimination and digestion to prevent the

formation of new toxemia, and then, to alleviate the current

symptoms and make it easier for the patient to be patient while

their body heals, the healer raises artificially and temporarily the

vital force with vitamins, massage, acupressure, etc. This wise and

benevolent physician is going to have the highest cure rate among

those wise patients who will accept the prescription, but will not

make as much money because the patients permanently get better and

no longer need a physician. There's not nearly as much repeat


Colonics are one of the best types of medicine. They clean up

deposits of old toxemia (though there are sure to be other deposits

in the body's tissues colonics do not touch). Colon cleansing

reduces the formation of new toxemia from putrefying fecal matter

(but dietary reform is necessary to maximize this benefit). Most

noticeable to the patient, a colonic immediately alleviates current

symptoms by almost instantly reducing the current toxic load. A

well-done enema or colonic is such a powerful technique that a

single one will often make a severe headache vanish, make an

onsetting cold go away, end a bout of sinusitis, end an asthmatic

attack, reduce the pain of acute arthritic inflammation, reduce or

stop an allergic reaction. Enemas are also thrifty: they are

self-administered and can prevent most doctor's visits seeking

relief for acute conditions.

Diseases of the colon itself, including chronic constipation,

colitis, diverteculitis, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome, and

mucous colitis, are often cured solely by an intensive series of

several dozen colonics given close together. Contrary to popular

belief, many people think that if they have dysentery or other forms

of loose stools that a colonic is the last thing they need.

Surprisingly, a series of colonics will eliminate many of these

conditions as well. People with chronic diarrhea or loose stools are

usually very badly constipated. This may seem a contradiction in

terms but it will be explained shortly.

A century ago there was much less scientific data about the

functioning of the human body. Then it was easy for a

hygienically-oriented physician to come to believe that colonics

were the single best medicine available. The doctor practicing

nothing but colonics will have a very high rate of cure and a lot of

very satisfied clients. Most importantly, this medicine will have

done no harm.