9 Gerson Therapy Books


9 Gerson Therapy Books
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A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases
In 1958, based on thirty years of clinical experimentation, Dr. Max Gerson published this medical monograph. This is the most complete book on the Gerson Therapy. Dr. Gerson (1881-1959), who developed the Gerson Therapy, explains how the treatment reactivates the body's healing mechanisms in chronic degenerative diseases. The book incorporates extensive explanation of the theory with scientific research and the exact practice of the therapy, as well as a presentation of fifty documented case histories. Also included is a modified version of the Gerson Therapy for use with nonmalignant diseases or preventative purposes.

Gerson Therapy Handbook
A companion workbook to A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases, by Max Gerson, M.D.
The Gerson Therapy Handbook provides a detailed discussion of the Gerson Therapy protocol, starting with procedures at the hospital (including notes from lectures by hospital physicians), necessities for doing the Therapy at home, interpretation of lab tests, and more. It includes juicing schedules and enema formulas, information on healing reactions, adjuvant therapies and procedures, pesticides and merits of organic food. It also includes all of the recipes found in the Gerson Therapy Recipe Book.

Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless
Howard Straus, the grandson of Dr. Max Gerson (originator of the Gerson Therapy), chronicles Dr. Gerson’s life. It discusses the development of his world-famous dietary therapy and the struggles this medical pioneer faced as he challenged orthodox medicine with his nutritional protocol. This inspiring and uplifting biography follows Dr. Gerson through Nazi persecution, then persecution in the United States from the medical establishment, the continuation of his work despite the opposition, his questionable death and finally the present, where daughter Charlotte Gerson and the Gerson Institute work to continue his legacy and vision.

Censured for Curing Cancer: The American Experience of Dr. Max Gerson
S.J. Haught interviewed Dr. Gerson for his story, "The Unveiling of a Quack." Instead he wrote a story that he describes as about "a man who by absolute record had cured people of cancer, including children, and his incredibly courageous and lonely fight against the forces of organized medicine."

The Gerson Therapy: The Proven Nutritional Program for Cancer and Other Illnesses
Cancer. Hepatitis. Migraines. Arthritis. Heart Disease. Emphysema. For years, the medical establishment has called these chronic or life- threatening diseases "incurable." But now, the Gerson Therapy offers hope for those seeking relief from hundreds of different diseases. Juice your way to wellness. One of the first alternative cancer therapies, the Gerson Therapy has successfully treated thousands of patients for over 60 years. Now, in this authoritative revised and updated edition, alternative medicine therapist Charlotte Gerson and medical journalist Morton Walker reveal even more on the powerful healing effects of organic fruits and vegetables. Not only can juicing reverse the effects of many degenerative illnesses-it can save lives. "The Gerson Therapy" shows you: How to beat cancer by changing your body chemistry; Special juicing techniques for maximum healing power; and, How to combat allergies, obesity, high blood pressure, AIDS, lupus, and other diseases. This unique resource will help and inspire anyone who has ever said, "I want to get well. Just show me how." "The Gerson Therapy" offers a powerful, time-tested healing option that has worked for others - and can work for you!

Healing Colon, Liver and Pancreas Cancer: The Gerson Way
Factual case histories of individuals confronted with life-threatening diseases (colon, liver and pancreas cancer) who overcame it using the Gerson Therapy.

These booklets lay no claim to being a scientific document. They present factual case histories for specific types of diseases as well as information about the Gerson Therapy. Here is an excerpt from the preface:

“Hence the present series of booklets contains no statistics. What they offer instead is a number of authentic case histories, chosen from a large amount of clinical material. They tell the full, factual human stories of individuals confronted with life-threatening disease and overcoming it on an unorthodox therapy. Their stories may be dismissed by the strictly scientifically-minded as anecdotal evidence, but unless the lessons of such individual experiences are properly evaluated, there can be no hope of true progress in modern medicine’s fight against today’s killer diseases. Yet progress is badly needed, since some other sets of statistics, those of caner mortality and of the rising tide of new cases, show no sign of improvement. It is time for conventional medicine to search for new paths of healing, and that is what the Gerson Therapy has to offer.”

The Little Enema Book
Written by the United Kingdom Gerson Support Group for the Gerson patient who is following the Gerson Therapy, with detailed instructions on how to prepare and take an enema. It includes techniques, equipment, types of enemas and their recipes (coffee, chamomile and castor oil) and more, origins and history of enemas, what enemas do and frequently asked questions. Also includes diagrams and special instructions for people with specific conditions such as ulcerative colitis, colostomy patients and people who had chemotherapy.

The Little Juicing Book
Written by the United Kingdom Gerson Support Group for people with cancer or other degenerative disease embarking on the Gerson Therapy, and also for those who want to follow the principles of the Gerson diet as the basis of a healthy lifestyle that helps to prevent disease. Contains juicing tables of calories, nutrients, vitamins and minerals in Gerson juices, types of juicers and where to get them and how to care for them, recipes for Gerson Therapy juices, and a daily juicing schedule chart.

The Gerson Therapy for those Dying of Cancer by Vance Ferrell
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