A Boiled Orange At Spleen Time
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The best vitamin C on a tree is from citrus.”
“Eat citrus at room temperature. A refrigerated orange causes citric acid to form gas.”
“Iron is the core of vitamin C.”
“Citric acid is vitamin C without iron.”
“Citric acid polishes iron. Iron oxides are in varicose veins.”
“Varicose veins are caused by iron oxides.”
“Citric acid riboflavins have the capacity to chelate excess iron out of veins.”
“Eat a three-minute orange for varicose veins or capillary fragility.”
“Eat a boiled orange at Spleen Time.”
“Take one orange per day for every month of your life.”
“Varicose veins are body language for ‘always missing the boat’.”
“The policeman arrives first to direct traffic. Then comes the ambulance, and then the wrecker moves the damaged vehicles so that traffic can move again. An orange is the policeman to clean the ascending colon, a tomato is the ambulance to clean the transverse colon, and a pineapple is the wrecker to clean the descending colon.”
“Freckles and liver spots are iron oxides that can be removed by eating a mixture of cashews, prunes, figs, and vitamin C morning foods.”
According to Kingzett’s Chemical Encyclopaedia, Ninth Edition, 1966 …
Calcium citrate “is soluble in cold water but nearly insoluble in hot water.”
Don’t confuse the natural calcium citrate in an orange with the industrially-manufactured forms of calcium citrate …
monocalcium citrate / E333 (i)
dicalcium citrate / E333 (ii)
tricalcium citrate / E333 (iii)
And the same goes for citric acid.
According to Ray Peat …
“Citric acid itself causes you to lose calcium in your urine. Lactate is another popular supplement. All of those have their anti-calcification effects, causing you to lose calcium or misplace it.”
The best time to eat an orange is Spleen-Pancreas Time (9:00-11:00 a.m.).
The best time to eat a tomato is at Small Intestine Time (1:00-3:00 p.m.).
The best time to eat a pineapple is at Triple Heater Time (9:00-11:00 p.m.).
How to prepare a boiled orange …
Put a room-temperature orange in enough room-temperature water for the orange to float.
(Adano commented, “You can’t drown an orange.”)
Bring the orange to a rolling boil and boil it for three minutes.
Remove the orange from the water with tongs so as not to burn your hands.
(Someone was burned reaching into the boiling water with their bare hands, and blamed Adano for it.)
Score the orange with a knife from stem to stern into four quarters.
Peel the skin off one section of the four quarters at a time to eat each section while it remains warm.
Remember the Citrus Rule …
“Eat ’em alone or leave ’em alone.”