Miracle food cures from The Last Supper
Did you know that the food, wine and herbs used in The Last Supper, the day before Jesus’ death, has health and healing properties? Let us take a look at some of the bitter herbs used as they celebrated Passover. We will start with some of the bitter herbs, as instructed in the Old Testament…
“And they shall eat the flesh….roast with fire, and unleavened bread, and with bitter herbs shall they eat it.” ( Exodus 12:8).
At the close of the Passover Supper, Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper, him being the sacrificial lamb. Jesus expired on the Cross on the same day as the sacrificial lambs were being slain in the Temple for Passover.
One of the herbs on the table has the finest diuretic property known, able to drain pounds of excess fluid and is used by bio-medical doctors to relieve swelling, cystitis, nephritis and hepatitis.
This herb can also be used as a simple remedy for varicose veins, breast pain, eye diseases, gallstones and kidney stones.
Welcome dandelion, “dent de leon”, lions tooth. Other names include; Puff ball, Irish daisy and wine’s snout or Taraxacom officinale, the Latin name. The bitter substance, taraxin is the primary reason why it works so well and heals the gallbladder and liver, getting rid of toxins from the blood.
” With dandelion root tea taken in cupful doses of four to six times a day even the most serious cases of hepatitis has been cured” says Dr Tierra (ref: The Way of Herbs).
In ridding the body of excess fluid (edema), dandelion leaf tea is one of the finest diuretics known. It is very efficient as part of any weight loss program, works well against cystitis, nephritis, hepatitis and blockages in the spleen, gallbladder and hypoglycemia. For the latter affliction the effect is boosted if ginger and ginseng is added.
Many herbalists and bio-medical doctors recommend dandelion tea and dandelion baths or hotpacks of this great perennial plant to help kidney stone pass, easing the pain in the elimination process. When the excruciating pain subsides large quantities of dandelion tea, both root and leaves being used in a concoction.
Dandelion is also one of the best remedies to use in chronic rheumatic condition, according to Dr Weiss. In stubborn cases a combination of dandelion and watercress, another bitter herb from The last Supper.
It is also interesting to note that dandelion contains a bone building mineral called boron and silicon, which both will strengthen the bone structure, thus preventing osteoporosis.
Dr.Weiss regarded dandelion as God’s many gifts to mankind as his many success stories proved.
Juice of dandelion and watercress has many medicinal and health promoting properties and will give you an incredible energy boost as the juice hits the liver. Older people may find this a bit overpowering and should dilute it with carrot juice.
In China, dandelion has been used to treat breast problems such as Cancer, inflammation and lack of milk flow. In his book Chinese Herbal Cures, Dr Henry C. Lu documents several case studies of complete cures in this area.
Numerous studies have proved dandelion’s effectiveness against pneumonia, bronchitis and upper respiratory infections, according to Albert Leung, Ph.D, by cooking the greens and roots. Dandelion capsules also work well.
It is well worth to emphasize one important fact: All tea and concoctions where water is involved in the preparation, works much better if structured water is used. You can increase the effectiveness by 20-30%, especially if the plants have been watered as well with structured water. The extraction and absorption of nutrients becomes more efficient as well. You may like to check out the new Norwegian water generator, E-2, Pure Norwegian Energy.
In folk medicine dandelion is used to remove warts. Break off the stem and squeeze the milk out and apply several times a day onto the wart. Within a week or so, the wart shrivels and disappears.
The word dandelion comes from the French phrase “dent de lion” which means ” lion`s tooth” because of the jagged shape of the leaves. Lion`s tooth reminds us of Jesus. When he came to as two millennia ago, he came as a humble, suffering servant to give his life for us, the unblemished, sacrificial lamb slaughtered. When he returns to the earth the second time, he will return as a lion. Ruler and leader.
Reflection: As Easter is approaching, I challenge you to contemplate on the above paragraph and see clearly the implication of your choice.
Wishing you the best Easter ever!
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