January 17, 2019, 1:47 pm

Mazdaznan Monthly Health Tips for January

Grapefruit : One half is sufficient for breakfast.

Parsley improves soups, salads and consommés. Noodles, dumplings, rice and barley are appetizing when served with tomato sauce, or brown gravies.

Instead of bread, use doughgods, muffins, gems and biscuits (homemade).

All vegetables grown in the ground are to be baked and served with various kinds of gravies.

Green tops of celery contain more medicinal value than the stalks and are excellent for bladder and kidneys.

Endive and chicory prove an excellent remedy for bile troubles. Persons with jaundice may eat some of both every day.

Pomegranates are growing scarce, but mangos and avocados are quite plentiful. They serve as tonics and nerve-builders when used sparingly.

Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage are first parboiled and then baked in covered dish, clove of garlic, or an onion, a few bay leaves improve flavor. For a change sprinkle with grated cheese over the top.

Artichokes should be parboiled for ten minutes and reboiled for thirty more minutes. A few drops of cider vinegar or lemon in the water improves the flavor. For best results, one small artichoke a day is sufficient.

Pineapple juice for invalids with delicate stomachs.

To lower cost of living, work in diverse peas, beans, lentils, chick peas, lima beans with rice and barley as a base, which will meet every requirement.

For clearing throat and membranes, snuff dry borax every two or three hours, also gargle throat with a solution of borax every two hours, swallowing last mouthful.

Three drops of Eucalyptus in a glass of hot water before meals. In case of colds or membranous troubles atomize the nose and throat with three drops of Australian Eucalyptus in wineglass of distilled water; continue with flaxseed lemonade teas through the cold winter months.

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