This section is not very well developed yet. There are more recipes on Cancer Checklist and many culinary ideas on Kitchen Doctor and Dosha Balance.


kichareeThis delicious traditional Indian dish can be used by convalescing patients as well as those who are trying to promote pH balance and/or reduce the stress on the digestive system by providing an easy to digest, tasty, and wholesome meal.


Lycium Berry Smoothie

Lycium berries are a delicious liver and blood tonic. Milk thistle seeds are liver protectors and regenerators. For best results, this recipe or something comparable should be used regularly for about two years until the liver and blood are regenerated.






lycium berry smoothie




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