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Welcome to Natural Health & Energy - INHS Hygienic Review, Issue 1-2006
Note the review is still under construction

  EDITORIAL  

An Inspiring Around-The-World Trip
"The past few weeks have been, for me, very busy, full of sharing, caring and learning - most rewarding and productive I can assure you.
It all commenced in Malaysia, on the island of Labuan, a delightful tropical paradise.
On then to Slovenia. I spent a few days with Don and his most gracious wife, sharing the message of Hygiene with the people there. They also very kindly took me to see the original home of Arnold Rikle, the modern founder of the Heliotherapy movement, devoted to the exposure of ourselves to the sunlight and its inherent values. Unfortunately his works have never been translated into English."
continued

  GARDEN CORNER  

The end of Intensive Gardening in sight?

Intensive Methods Will Fail Post Carbon Gardeners
by Steve Solomon
Nineteenth century urban market gardeners spaced their plants as closely as possible to maximize profit from extremely expensive land. Thus began what became known in the 1970s as “intensive” gardening. Intensive gardening could not have developed without two abundant, cheap resources —
  • irrigation water to supplement rainfall (which usually meant from water mains, under pressure) and
  • large quantities of nearly free potent manure, which in the 19th century were usually “street sweepings” from the many horses pulling wagons and carriages through the streets.
    continued

  •   FOOD  

    BLENDED SALADS and more
    We got a bunch of photos of raw food meals when Dr. Fielder was visiting Texas in mid-2006.
    Dr. Fielder presented delicious sun-dried tomatoes from Australia --- perfect to add to the blender when making a blended salad. One whole salad with whole pine nuts, had some sun-dried tomatoes on the side.
    continued
    PALEO HYGIENIC food ideas
    You may be able to find ideas in your own cookbooks. E.g. it is possible to have two meals per day, 6 hours apart, each with some animal foods. Possibly a snack inbetween. Then let the stomach rest for 18 hours.
    continued

      FLUORIDATION  
    Dissecting The Issue of Flouridation vs. The Ingestion of Flourine
    "The topic of flouridation has long been an emotional one in the U.S. It is important from the start, however, to differentiate between the mineral flourine and the compulsory process of flouridation of water.
    Flourine is a mineral found in much of the earth's soil. It does help to make bones stronger and the teeth more resistant to caries (cavities). As Natural Hygienists we should support the use of whole foods that are from soil that naturally contains trace amounts of flourine and recognise its imortance in human health."
    continued

      INTERVIEW  
    Interview with Dr. Virginia Vetrano   #4
    "In 1965 after I graduated and passed my state boards, I started working solely at Dr. Shelton's Health School. I ran the health school and did everything. Some of the patients we had were international, they came from all over. Shelton was bed-ridden, pretty much. "
    continued

      DISEASES  
    ASTHMA
    Hygiene vs. Curing by Herbert Shelton
    My father developed asthma when I was a small boy, suffering intermittently for a number of years.
    During this time he tried all the proffered asthma cures that were prescribed by the physicians he consulted, as well as the cures offered by advertisers and those recommended to him by friends and acquaintances. While many of these cures afforded him a brief respite from suffering, none of them gave him permanent relief.
    continued

    ASTHMA, PARKINSON'S, SCHIZOPHRENIA & more by Anthony J. Penepent
    In the 1930's, before I was born, my father had asthma. He used to tell my mother, "you will have to raise the family - I am not going to live". He just couldn't do anything. He had seen a homeopathic physician, but he only could take him so far. Dr. Cursio put him on a natural hygienic plan and he could breathe again.
    continued

    RHEUMATISM, PNEUMONIA, THYPHOID FEVER & more
    Interviews with Drs. Goldberg and Sidhwa
    The following Natural Hygiene doctors suffered from serious diseases early in life, which (allopathic) medicine couldn't help them with. They were expected to become crippled or die. By accident they both found natural healing methods, and both later decided to become Natural Hygiene doctors.
    continued

    CONSTIPATION by Herbert Shelton
    Primitive man did not know nor need to know anything about the functions of his alimentary tract. These functions were so efficient due to his natural way of life that he had but to take care of two conscious processes—eating and voiding—and leave the rest to the unconscious or subconscious activities of the body.
    continued

      DR. ESSER  
    Illness Is Not Inevitable
    Most people have a fear complex, and they have been educated into it by the various "professions" in general. The clergy has often preached that disease and death result from the wrath of God; the medical profession has done the best job of teaching the uncertainty of health.
    continued

      THE WAR AGAINST IGNORANCE  
    Beyond Personal Health
    Many are the qualities that contribute to the making of a modern Hygienist. To be a Hygienist, one must have courage and determination, and one must be willing to be a nonconformist. Andrew Jackson said that "one man with courage is a majority."
    continued

      DR. SHELTON  
    Getting the MOST out of HYGIENE
    Unlike the systems of cure, Hygiene is for both the well and the sick. Indeed, it is my firm conviction that, in preserving and promoting vigorous health, Hygiene is of greater value to mankind than in promoting recovery from the many and varied states of impaired health. We should place the emphasis on health and its preservation; not upon disease and recovery therefrom.
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