Dr. Schulze’s Potassium Broth, Made Simple
While working at Dr. Schulze’s American Botanical Pharmacy, I helped, and continue to help his customers with his Incurables Program. A 30+ Day cleanse from his book, There Are No Incurable Diseases. A very powerful cleanse that gets the body clean, absorbing nutrition and on the road to healing itself (whatever the dis-ease). For certain individuals (or ailments), some tweaking, other types of cleanses, and/or an additional month or two may be needed, but… it is one heck of a extreme beauty makeover that includes the side effects of looking and feeling your best from the inside out! This cleanse includes colon, liver, and kidney cleansing, a hot bath/cold sheet treatment, and potassium broth. The hot bath/cold sheet is an amazing treatment that involves sitting in a hot water/hot spices bath, while drinking 6-8 cups of hot herbal tea. This is done for a minimum of 20 minutes, maximum of 30 minutes. The last 10-15 minutes are the most powerful, but also the hardest. An ice cold sheet is wrapped around you, then you lie in bed covered (to sweat) for at least 3 hours. I’ve had it done on me twice, so I know exactly what it entails. In helping both men and women, the women are the toughest. All but one man, yelled and got out early. For those that stay the full 30 minutes, some hallucinate, some scream, others cry, and some vomit. It is powerful to unblock what needs unblocking.
“All disease is caused by some sort of blockage. Whether it’s blocked blood, lymph, oxygen, nutrition, nerve impulse, emotional energy, spiritual energy, or even what the Chinese, Japanese or Indians refer to as Chi, Ki, or Prana. When an area of the body gets blocked, it gets sick. It’s that simple.” ~Dr. Schulze~
His potassium broth recipe does not give amounts, only percentages. So, I came up with my own based on his recipe. The following is his ingredient list: Using organic ingredients, fill a large pot with: 25% potato peelings; 25% carrot peelings; and whole chopped beets; 25% chopped onions; 25% celery; and dark greens; 50 garlic cloves. Enough distilled water to cover vegetables Based on Dr. Schulze’s recipe, here is what I have found to work very well. Remember to use only organic. 4 bulbs garlic – peeled 2 large onions – chopped 1 bunch kale – chopped 1 stock celery – chopped 5 pounds carrots – peels only 5 pounds potatoes – peels only 3 beets with greens – chopped 4 jalapeños or 7 dropperfulls Dr. Schulze’s liquid cayenne (or to taste on both)
- Fill pot with vegetables as you chop them up
- Cover vegetables with distilled or reverse osmosis water and simmer for 2 hours.
- Add water as needed to keep vegetables covered
Broth is ready to drink – strain by pressing through a strainer. Refrigerate remaining broth – an empty apple juice gallon jug works well. This makes just over a gallon of tasty broth. Dark greens can vary. I’ve used kale, broccoli, green cabbage, and/or spinach on occasion. Not all I used were dark – the clients had them handy in their refrigerators. Both photos here were a modified/abbreviated version of Dr. Schulze’s potassium broth. Here’s the before, while simmering. His broth turns more red and is straight liquid from straining broth out. This one I cooked for shorter a amount of time, used fewer and mostly different ingredients, and rather then strain, I added some avocado and blended it all. It was so delicious and very nutritious, and a perfect way to to warm up and end the Dr. Christopher’s 3-Day Mucus Cleanse I did this week, who by the way was one of Dr. Schulze’s mentors.
Exercise is physical, obviously, but so is proper nutrition. Although we take for granted, sanitation is a physical measure that has probably done more to increase human life span than any kind of drug or surgery.” ~Deepak Chopra~