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Neuralgia: foods to eat and avoid

Reference #: 805
Submit Date: 14 Jul 2006
Browse Category: neuralgia
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Treatment used: food
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Country of Remedy: china
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, pp. 117-118
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Remedy Description

Source:Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New

York, pp. 117-118


Acute pain in and around nerves that are inflamed and impaired owing to

nutritional deficiency and excess acidity.

Lecithin: provides the basic building block for nourishment and repair of

damaged nerves.

Wheat germ oil: potent source of organic vitamin E, which is required for

nourishment and repair of nerves and increases oxygen supply to

nerves; 2 tsp daily, one after breakfast and the other after dinner, in

conjunction with lecithin.

Pecans: provide organic pyridoxine, which nerves require to utilize amino


Carrot and celery juice: rich in organic sodium, magnesium and iron, which

help restore blood pH, thus eliminating acidity, and nourish the

nerves; mix half/half, 1-2 pints daily.

Other beneficial foods: raw spinach; raw parsley; wheat germ; molasses;

active yeast (in warm water, on empty stomach).

Foods to avoid: cooked fatty meats; refined starches and sugars; synthetic

additives and preservatives; salt; hot peppers; mustard.

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