Who wrote the book a cure for all diseases
Cure For All Diseases by Hulda Regehr ClarkMany of us probably havent heard of Dr. Hulda Clark, but she has left a lasting impression on alternative medicine, pop medicine, renegade medicine, and Beyonce Knowles. No Dr. Clark didnt invent the Master Cleanse, but she did invent the cleanses that work: the simple yet remarkably powerful parasite, kidney, liver, bowel cleanses that would , if mandated on every U.S. citizen, make Obamas preventative healthcare budget go zero while he turns hero again. If youre wondering why it takes 600 pgs to list 4 ingredients for a liver flush, the recipes take up less than 5 pages. This book is really about why we get sick and why the flushes we see plastered all over the internet are so important. Although the title is apropos, it sounds self-righteous enough to turn most health aficionados off. Try to look past it. Itll be worth your while.
Dr. Clark boils down just about all chronic (and acute diseases like colds) to parasites, pollutants, and mycotoxins. And as smug as she may come off at first, she backs up her claims with diligent investigative legwork and the Syncrometer, a precise diagnostic testing method with a chance of false positive or false negative of about 5% (Considering were testing pathogens here, thats in a league of its own--think bioresonance scanning, electrodermal testing). Her methods of treating parasites are using a zapper (she tells you how to build one) and/or frequency generator. They work. The trouble is finding the organism-specific frequencies.
In my opinion, this book can be considered both the old and new testament of preventative medicine. Dr. Clarks findings generally still hold water nearly 20 years after they were first published, but understandably, scientific advancements have poked some holes such as genetic food allergies, anaerobic metabolism/mitochondrial dysfunction, bio-engineered critters such as borrelia and mycoplasma, and environmental discoveries (freon is not the cause of the ozone hole, teflon isnt safe cookware, heavy metals are ubiquitous).
The greatest pitfall in reading this book is the sense of health paranoia/terrorism it inspires, which made me give 4 stars instead of 5. First of all, Dr. Clark cites science glibly but moderation just isnt part of her vocab. Its important not to take her book as seriously as she does. Dr. Clark requests that we throw the potentially-toxic baby out with the toxic bathwater and revert back to the Medieval age of living...(barn annexed to castle instead of garage inside house). Following all the guidelines is well-founded but impractical, and a sick person thinking they are necessary for recovery will get sicker if they manage to bounce back from a massive panic attack.
If you read this book without emotional involvement, youll learn more about preventative health than in any other western or alt med book. Dont try to follow it all, but do what you can without going off the wall. If youre a relatively healthy person and follow her maintenance program (parasite, kidney, liver cleanses--takes about 3 weeks) and do ozone saunas + ear insufflation, be sure to give me a call when youre 120.
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Dr. Clark is an independent research scientist. Dr. Clark This book describes the causes of both common and extraordinary diseases and gives specific instructions for their cure. The sick have been held.
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The author of this book claims to have found a one-minute cure that will heal virtually all diseases. The claim is ludicrous, and is not supported by any evidence. I guess medicine as we know it might as well quit. And now for something a bit different. Many of you have been reading the Science-Based Medicine blog for long enough to have learned how we go about evaluating health claims.
Dr Richard Schultz became a world-famous doctor using the ancient and simple healing technique that before years was recorded in the Bible. I get letters from all over the world and people are very satisfied with the implementation of the simple healing technique that I describe in my book and video materials. I do not want to hide the knowledge. In the book I explain everything in details so that everyone can heal very quickly at home, without even needing me. These are simple techniques for cleansing the body, and those who are a little interested can make the herbal medicines — tinctures, pads and lining, and apply them by themselves. I give all the recipes and explanations.