Against all the complexities, contradictions and destructiveness of medication, consider the simplicity expressed by a nature cure pioneer, Louis Kuhne: 'There is but one health; so, likewise, however complex the symptoms may be, there is but one disease — tissue uncleanliness.' A little over-simplified for today's mad world, perhaps, but still a sound basis for any constructive effort towards improvement of health.
Amplifying a little, most disease conditions arise from a failure of the blood- and tissue-cleansing organs and of the protective mechanisms. The result is tissue-souring — 'uncleanliness' — and this possibly leads to the complication of medication. Many other factors, such as the individual's personality, his family history and his environment help to shape the form of his symptoms. But no matter what their pattern, or what name is given to them collectively (the syndrome), nothing can take the place of correcting errors in the way of life and the introduction of good vital conditions. These will give the body's forces an opportunity to rectify distresses and deal with accumulated wastes—to get rid of the basic unhealthiness. This is true whether the symptoms take such seemingly minor forms of breakdown as chilblains or caries of the teeth, or such obviously major degenerative conditions as cancer, Bright's disease, certain forms of insanity ... or heart disease.
Cardio & Blood