A road to recovery with internal cleansing

I wrote this a while back for Funky Raw magazine when I began to become more involved with healing my body. This is when i carried out some intensive, mucoid plaque, internal cleansing. Since then I have been inspired with liver/gallbladder cleanses.  When a someone comes along for a Multidimensional Iridology consultation, I keep advice simple. Most of the time, I recommend cleansing, and suit it to the individual with […]


Cool as a Cuke = cucumber

Did you know cucumbers are A fruit, as they contain seeds And they belong to the Gourd family They are one of the most healing mucus free raw foods, you can add to your plate or glass! Its a dying breed, the seed, and seeds are the SEED of life Many a fruit are being hybridised. We are being sold seedless fruit, which is just about as far from nature as […]


Sauerkraut - another beneficial probiotic food

This is another ancient fermented longevity healing raw food recipe to be added to your regular diet. Did you know: It dates back to more than 2,000 years ago from China Then introduced to Europe by the infamous Mongolian leader Genghis Khan when he decided to invade China. He stole this dish to take back to his homeland . But he replaced the wine that the Chinese used with salt. And […]


Some factoids about the elixir of blood - Kombucha

Did you know these facts about one of the most amazing elixirs for the blood. Kombucha tea is also known as:-  Manchurian tea  Russian tea Kargasok tea  Fungus japonicas  Sponge tea  Tea fungus  Kombucha Mushroom tea This fermented tea is known to increase longevity and if taken regularly can reverse ageing. It is an elixir for a long and healthy life.  It has been used for centuries. People lived into their 100’s […]


Did You Know ....about these factoids on GARLIC!?

Well I felt compelled to write my very 1st food or nutritional blog on the wonderful Mother Nature’s medicine for many ailments – Garlic. I have had a love affair with this earth bulb from the Lily family. In ancient Greece, it was called scorodon , thought to be derived from skaion rodon and said to mean rose puante, or “stinking rose.”  The Latin and botanical name for garlic as […]