First thing in the morning , upon arising, we drink one 8-ounce tumbler full of a saline solution, such for example as Pluto Water, or mix one tablespoonful of Glauber Salts (Sodium Sulfate) (if you can not find Glauber Salts substitute Epsom salts) in an 8-ounce tumbler of water (warm or cold). The purpose of this saline solution is not primarily to empty the bowels, which however, it will do anyway, but rather to draw into the intestines from every part of the body such toxic matter or body waste as may be present, and to eliminate it through the bowels.
If such a saline solution cannot be taken or obtained, then we use Seidlitz powders, taking one powder dissolved in water, immediately upon arising, and one every 15 minutes thereafter until altogether six powders have been taken.
This saline solution acts on the toxic lymph and body waste just like a magnet acts to attract unto itself nails and metal filings. This body waste is thus drawn into the intestines and out of the body in a series of copious elimination's from the bowel, which may amount altogether to about one gallon or more.
If nothing were done to replace in the body something in volume equal to the quantity of matter so eliminated, then the body would naturally be dehydrated to that extent. Therefore we replace the toxic or acid material so removed, by drinking two quarts of citrus fruit juices, freshly extracted diluting them with two quarts of water for quicker absorption into the body. This should have an alkaline reaction on our system. These citrus juices are prepared fresh and in the following proportions, namely:
4 large or 6 medium size grapefruit,
2 large or 3 medium size lemons, and
enough oranges to complete a total mixture of two quarts.
Add to this 2 quarts of water.
We drink one 8-ounce tumblerful, beginning half an hour after having taken the saline solution or the sixth Seidlitz powder, as the case may be. We follow this with a tumblerful of these diluted juices every twenty or thirty minutes thereafter until the whole two quarts of juices diluted with two quarts of water are finished.
We do not eat anything all day, although if very hungry towards evening, we may take some oranges or grapefruit or their juices, or some celery juice.
Before going to bed at night, we take a high enema in the knee chest position, using two quarts of water slightly cooler than tepid, into which the juice of one or two lemons has been added.
We use preferably a 30 inch colon tube, and lubricate it with Comfrey gold salve.
Michael E. James H.C. 77 Box 35 Laguna, NM 87026