How to grow wheatgrass, barleygrass, and/or the greens, buckwheat and sunflower:
Obtain some 10 by 20 by 2-inch trays (seedling flats) with holes in the bottom.
1. Fill with 1 inch of organic compost or rich soil.
2. Soak 2 cups wheat, barley, buckwheat, or sunflower for 6 to 8 hours.
3. Spread evenly on top of the soil.
4. Water thoroughly until the water drips from the holes in the bottom of the tray.
5. Cover with 3 layers of thick paper towels (or newspaper).
6. Water the towels until thoroughly wet.
7. Keep the towels wet until the grass is one inch tall.
8. Uncover and water once per day until the water drips from the bottom of the tray.
9. Harvest when the grass is 6 to 7 inches tall.
10. Juice in a special electric juicer designed for wheatgrass, or juice with a stainless steel manual juicer.
11. Start out by drinking one ounce per day. Gradually build to 2 ounces per day, or more if desired. Wheatgrass juice and barleygrass juice are very detoxifying and the body must gradually be acclimated to it.
The Creation Tablet: Courtesy of Duane Erickson (see Chapter 1)
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Be Your Own Doctor, by Ann Wigmore
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Cure for All Disease, by Hulda Clark (understanding parasites)
Deadly Feast, by Richard Rhodes
Diet for a New America, by John Robbins (understanding the cruelties of factory farming)
Discover Magazine, December 1998 (article about mummies — understanding parasites)
Diseases of Latent or Slow Growth Viruses, including papers by various scientists, MSS Information Corp. New York 1973
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Enzyme Nutrition, by Edward Howell
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Flax Oil As a True Aid against Arthritis,
Heart Infarction, Cancer and Other Diseases,
by Johanna Budwig
Green Barley Essence, by Yoshihide Hagiwara
Green Leaves of Barley, by Dr. Mary Ruth Swope
Government of God, the, by John Taylor
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Holy Bible, the, King James Translation
Improvement Era, the, June 1904
Iridology, Volumes I and II, by Bernard Jensen
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Jungle, the, by Upton Sinclair (understanding the blood and horror of the slaughterhouse)
Kindness to Animals and Caring for the Earth, by Richard D. Stratton
Lost Books of the Bible and the Forgotten Books of Eden, the
Mad Cow and Milkgate, by Virgil Hulse
Man and Microbes, by Arno Karlen (plagues of the centuries)
Milk: the Deadly Poison, by Robert Cohen
Ministry of Healing, by Ellen White
Myth of the Phoenix, the, by R. VandenBrock
Notmilk Newsletter, the, by Robert Cohen
Pearl of Great Price, the
Philokalia, the, compiled by St Nikodemos of the Holy Mountain
Return from Tomorrow, by George Ritchie
Slaughterhouse, by Gail Eisnitz
Slavonic Edition of the Jewish Wars, the, by Josephus
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They Shall Not Hurt or Destroy, by Vasu Murti
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Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ, the, by Charles P. Vaclavic
Why Suffer?, by Ann Wigmore
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Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. Matthew 7:14