Residues in the body from either medicinal or recreational drugs are very often stored throughout a person’s life in the liver, brain, and other tissues. Examples include such common drugs as alcohol, marijuana, LSD, tranquilizers, pain relief drugs, birth control pills, and antibiotics.

Breakdown the word ANTI-bio-tics


Anti – meaning “against, opposed to, opposite of, instead.”


Bio –  meaning “life, life and,” or “biology, biology and,” or “biological, of or pertaining to living organisms or their constituents,” from greek bios “one’s life, course or way of living, lifetime” from PIE root gwei “to live.”

Question: So are you comfortable consuming something that is AGAINST LIFE?


Marijuana has been shown to increase melatonin levels dramatically. Keep in mind, many other strongly psychoactive drugs have similar effects as well.

The traditional Chinese medical view of such psychoactive substances is that their “high” results from large amounts of transformed jing essence being sent to the brain through the action of the substance, in which process the jing essence of the kidneys becomes depleted.

It seems that science is confirming part of this traditional belief, as melatonin may be considered an element of the transformed jing essence. In practices, researchers have witnessed dozens of marijuana users who, in their terms, have “hit bottom.”

Confirming the second part of Chinese observation that “hitting bottom” represents the depletion of the user’s foundation jing essence from their kidneys to the extent that they can no longer experience a “high.” These individuals invariably look dried-out and aged far beyond their years. Such degeneration is yet another sign of jing depletion.

The point of which depletion via marijuana clearly “hitting bottom” depends entirely on the individual; for some, it’s a matter of days or weeks; for others, it’s years. Nevertheless, from the researcher’s observation, depletion occurs throughout the entire period of marijuana use.

Fruit, berry, melon and vegetable diet/lifestyle helps remove drug residues. When there has been prolonged use, an excellent remedy is the herb chaparral make sure it is (Larrea divaricata).

To remove intoxicant and drug-related deposits with chaparral, take it only once a day for twenty days, then take one week off; daily consumption is then repeated for an additional twenty days. Chaparral’s properties can be extracted in water, but for highest effectiveness, the whole herb needs to be consumed – or it is taken in tincture form.

If chaparral powder is available, stir one heaping teaspoon in a cup of warm licorice or mint tea (to mask its very bitter flavor); do not strain but drink the powder with the tea. Chaparral powder can be made from the leaves, with a blender or mortar and pestle. The powder may also be put in capsules, or bought in ready-made capsules.

The herbs Periwinkle (Vinca major) and Calamus root (Acorus calamus and subspecies) will help restore mental damage resulting from drugs or other causes. It is used for this purpose in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India.

Alcoholism and Other Intoxicant Abuses

Desires for strong substances that lead to addictions originate with imbalance, usually in the form of mental/physical/spiritual stagnations and blockages. The diets that support these standstills are too heavy and yin, containing great excesses of such items as Morton iodized salt, ALL meats, fats (butter, margarine, shortening, beef, pork and even vegetable oil)

Note: The vegetable oil you purchase in stores is soybean oil – please conduct your research.

Poor quality and synthetic hydrogenated oils, and chemical ingredients – which help generate accumulations of heat, wind, and damp excesses with accompanying depression, anger, pain, and inflammation. Most intoxicants temporarily relieve the distressing symptoms of these obstructions in the body and mind. One should avoid obstructive dietary and lifestyle habits which make intoxicants appealing.

A plethora of intoxicants and other substances can become addictive; among the more prevalent are alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, LSD, amphetamines, heroin, and methadone; even the most commonly abused stimulants such as tobacco, coffee, and refined sugar can present withdrawal problems equal to those of more dangerous drugs. Once intoxicant addictions become rooted, the whole being degenerates, and various disorders arise.

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