| Reprinted from
Nature’s Field Vol. 8 No. 6
Immune Disorders: A 21th Century Plague
by Steven Horne
In my travels I’ve met dozens of people who have told me their personal
success stories with cancer and other “incurable” diseases. These people
have had hundreds of experiences in helping other people with these serious
diseases, too. So, don’t give up hope if you have one of these problems.
Before going further, I want to make it absolutely clear that I don’t treat
cancer, or other life-threatening diseases. This is not to say that I
would not offer assistance to someone with one of these serious diseases,
position...” This is not a prescription. I don’t tell people what they should
or shouldn’t do. I just provide them with information and options. They
must decide what is right for them.
First, I would focus on living and would not think or talk about dying
Not long ago studies were published which suggested that people with “terminal” diseases will postpone dying until they have accomplished some significant task or lived to see some important event. If a person can postpone death from a terminal illness for several months because they want to see their son or daughter graduate from collage or get married, then why can’t they postpone death even longer if they have a reason to live and serve their fellowmen?
I had a personal experience with this some years ago when I met a young
man who had AIDS. His immune system was severely depleted and his
prognosis was poor. His countenance was dejected and he was obviously
discouraged. The disease had robbed all hope from his life and he was
mentally preparing for death. I told him about exercising the mental
discipline to think only about life and living, but I didn’t seem to be getting
Let me share with you some of my favorite raw foods. I’m not saying this
is the ideal program for you, since we all have different constitutional makeups,
but it does give you some ideas. Each of us has to find what an optimal
diet is for us.
Two fantastic foods for rebuilding health are wheat and barley grass.
Much has been written about their health building qualities.
Sprouts are an excellent way to get fresh greens in the winter. However,
it is best to cook sprouted legumes (beans, lentils, etc.) before eating them.
Also, don’t eat too many alfalfa sprouts as they can thin the blood. Sprouted
wheat makes an excellent “live” bread, called Essene bread.
Third, I would take herbs and nutrients to enhance my immune and digestive systems
If a person is paying good attention to attitude and nutrition, their body
may still need a “boost” to help restore normal body function. My major
focus would be on herbs, but I would also consider other supplements.
Jack Ritchason taught me that he has never seen a person who has a
degenerative disease who does not have a hiatal hernia and a weak digestive
system. My own experience confirms this. Hence, pulling down their hiatal
hernia is a very important step in helping these people recover. If you don’t
know how to do this, get someone to teach you.
This also means that the first supplement I would consider using if I had
a serious degenerative disease would be a high quality digestive enzyme
product to help my digestion.
Whatever therapy a person decides to use, they need to be encouraged to maintain a positive attitude and good general health practices.
I do not believe there are any incurable diseases. I believe there are only incurable people. If all else fails, I still believe in miracles. So, above all, never give up hope. There is no such thing as false hope. Hope is a gift of God and one of the greatest instruments of all healing. So, never let anyone talk you out of your hope. Cling to your hope with all the faith you can muster. If you find you have an “incurable” disease, then study, search, pray and hope. If you truly desire to be healed, I believe there are answers. All you need is the hope to find them, the faith to receive them and the courage to follow them.
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