|Submit Date:||12 Jul 2006|
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|Remedy Source:||Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, pp 103|
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This increasingly common affliction is caused by stagnation and coagula-
tion of blood fibron in the tiny capillaries that feed the anus and lower
rectum; this is mainly the result of sticky toxic waste in the bloodstream,
owing to excess consumption of refined starch, especially white bread
and other flour products; in addition to dietary adjustments, daily prac-
tice of the anal sphincter exercise and defecation in the squatting
position help correct and cure this condition.
Carrot and spinach juice: this blend benefits all colon conditions;
restores proper blood pH; eliminates the sticky wastes that clog anal
capillaries; 1-2 pints daily, 6 oz spinach to 10 oz carrot.
Celery juice: hemorrhoids are sometimes result of insufficient supplies of
organic sulphur, iron and calcium in the diet; celery juice provides
abundant supplies of these elements; may be mixed half/half with
carrot juice, 2 pints daily, or 1 pint straight.
Apple cider vinegar: 1 tsp in a glass of water, 2-3 times daily, prevents
excessive bleeding in hemorrhoids by balancing the bloodstream and
lowering blood pressure.
Other beneficial foods: turnips; watercress; parsley.
Foods to avoid: refined starch and sugar, especially white bread and sweet
pastries; all pasta; chili peppers; persimmons.