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Lemonade diet

One of the three major components of a theistic system of self-healing developed by Stanley Burroughs and expounded by him in Healing for the Age of Enlightenment (1976). Lemon cleansing is a mono-diet variation wherein one ingests daily, for ten to 40 or more days, nothing except 60 to 120 ounces of a drink that consists of lemon (or lime) juice, maple syrup, cayenne pepper (red pepper), and water. Its main postulate is that lemons and ripe limes have unique “anionic properties” to create the “energy” necessary for health maintenance. Another of its postulates is that “Nature” creates infections to assist in “burning” one’s “surplus wastes.” Also called lemon cleansing, master cleanser.
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