For our cells to be at their best we need water and nutrition and other things, including the sun’s electrons. When human tissue no longer has the link to these electrons our cells malfunction. After all, what is cancer? It is nothing more than cells going crazy in our body. Why do they do this? They lack oxygen and their walls are blocked. How did they become like this?
One reason they weaken and eventually die is a lack of this electron energy. Our cells take in solar energy by resonance absorption. Our bodies vibrate at a certain frequency (remember all things are in motion and have a frequency). The suns electrons, as they hit our body, must be able to be absorbed by body tissue. Our tissues must oscillate in harmony with electrons so they can be taken in. Certain nutrients, like aromatic herbal teas, draw in these electrons and help us make use of them. This harmony, which the teas help create, allows our cells to store and then release the incoming electrons.
This type of cellular energy helps the cells oxygenate themselves. When tissue is biologically alive and flooded with electrons and taking in oxygen, cancer dies. It cannot stay active in healthy cells. In a later chapter I will prove this to you by setting up an experiment which you can do at home. When you go into the sun after taking in certain foods you will experience a sensation that will be mind blowing. Your body will feel so light, it will be as if you are walking on air. It has happened to me, and others who have used this nutritional technique.
So for the teas to work, you simply have to make and drink a cup of tea, and then walk outside and get some sun. There are many great herbal teas that can be used. The ones typically recommended, because they work so well, are: Fenugreek, Flax, Fennel, Peppermint, and Licorice.
These particular teas have herbal therapeutic properties but their use here has to do with their ability to also draw in solar electrons. I was always fascinated by the serving of tea in many foreign countries I traveled to. Even on summer days, out came
the hot tea. After drinking it for awhile, I began to notice how much better I felt.
These cultural traditions probably cannot be explained by those serving the tea, but the fact that they have survived for thousands of years indicates a hidden knowledge that was kept alive for future generations to benefit from.
When purchasing tea it is very important to find quality product. The tea must be fresh and organic in nature. In other words, no chemicals were used to process them. Bulk tea works better than bags. Many argue that the bag itself can be harmful. A great company that I like buying from is Starwest Botanicals. They have some teas ready to go and others can be made from bulk product in seed or powder form. Great online videos demonstrate how to make teas from seed or bulk product.
Choose an organic & non-GMO certified brand of tea. Numi, Traditional Medicinals, and Rishi Tea (loose leaf)) have good products.
Check the ingredient list on the back of the tea package to make sure there are no added flavors, GMO ingredients like soy lecithin and corn starch added to the tea leaves.
Make sure the brand you buy uses a safe form of packaging material or buy loose leaf tea and use a stainless steel or glass tea strainer. Have the company verify that bags do not contain epichlorophydrin, and avoid plastic tea bags all together.