I wrote a recent article pertaining to a case of Tuberculosis reported at a Seattle, Washington high school. Tuberculosis is an airborne disease that is considered curable. However, many doctors use antibiotics to treat this disease.
There are some reports of individuals curing and or treating their tuberculosis with a vegan diet and or raw vegan food. One such case was reported all the way way in nineteen zero five. The New York Post reported on a cure that was developed at their Graduate Hospital.
A raw juice made from potatoes, carrots, and celery, was given to patients with advancing Tuberculosis. Eleven of these patients were cured, while fifty others were recovering. In nineteen fifties, Dr H.E. Kirschner was responsible for two hundred Tuberculosis patients at Olive View Sanatorium in Los Angeles, California.
Originally, these patients were fed cooked food such as macaroni, spaghetti, etc. This doctor decide to start incorporating one glass of a green juice made of alfalfa, spinach and parsley. Each and every day these patients were served one glass of this natural raw juice.
Eventually, some patients began recovering and able to escape their beds for first time in nine months. H.E. added raw carrot juice to his green juice for private patients and noticed a rapid recovery in many patients. Another individual that used raw juices to cure Tuberculosis was Doctor Max Gerson.
He was working at a Tuberculosis clinic in Munich, Germany, when he shared one of his tactics he used to cure his migraine headaches. Max avoided salt, fat, and pickled as well as smoked foods. He then began eating raw fresh fruits and vegetables. One patient at this clinic claimed when he tried using Max’s food choices, he cured his bout with Tuberculosis.
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Aaron J. Berg is the creator of this Veganarchism blog, host of the Veganarchism podcast, and Veganarchism video content creator. He started blogging and speaking against the system back in 2009. Now he blogs, podcasts, and produces video content for your benefit.