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Vedruss Cleanse: A Guide

No matter what time of year it is – our bodies always thank us when we take care of them. This process adapted from Vedruss practices allows the body to relearn its natural intuition.

Vedruss Cleanse

“People in the Vedic Russian civilisation all lived for more than a hundred years. And their flesh knew no illness whatsoever. They ate according to God’s prescription. Not to no end, and not for no reason, the Creator took the greatest care in designing the grasses, vegetables, berries and fruits so that they wouldn’t all ripen at once, but rather, one after the other in a strict sequence.

“Some would ripen in early spring, others in the summer or in late autumn. The time of their ripening was determined by the moment at which each given produce could bring the greatest benefit to man. A person who lived on his family homestead and ate in accordance with God’s prescription could not fall ill. God determined for man the type of food he would eat and when he would eat it. Then the person himself would determine the amount of food he’d eat, but not with his mind – he’d eat as much as he wanted to eat. And his organism would precisely determine the necessary quantity of food, down to the gram.

“In the autumn, each family would lay up provisions of berries, root vegetables, herbs, nuts and mushrooms. In the winter there would be a platter on the table in each hut. On the platter would be small mounds of these summer provisions. Each family member was busy with his own tasks, but whenever he felt hungry or thirsty, he’d go up to the table and without thinking about it, he’d take the food he needed. Take note, Vladimir: he’d take it without thinking about it. His organism knew precisely which food he needed and how much of it. God granted each person this capability. We can revive this capability now. All we need in order to do this is information.

“I’ve adapted the Vedic Russian way of eating for today’s people. You can try it and others can, too. It is as follows.” 

How to perform a Vedruss cleanse in modern living

“A person living in a modern apartment needs to obtain a small quantity – one to two hundred grams each – of all the vegetables, fruits and edible grasses that grow in the area where he lives.

“Before consuming these products, he should eat nothing at all for an entire day. He should drink spring water, and at lunchtime he should drink a glass of red beet juice. After drinking the beet juice, it’s desirable for him not to leave the house. An intensive cleansing of the stomach and bowels will begin.

“The next morning, when the person wakes up and senses a feeling of hunger, he needs to take any vegetable, any fruit or herb he wants, place it on a plate, take a seat at the table and intently study the product lying on the plate, then sniff it, lick it, and eat it, chewing without hurrying. During this time, it’s desirable for him to be alone in the room and separate himself from sounds of the man-made world.

“The feeling of hunger will not disappear when he consumes one product, or it will arise once more after a brief period of time. And then he needs to pick up any other product he wants and eat it the same way he ate the first one. The person should try all of the products he’s acquired, in any order he wishes, but with short intervals in between. The feeling of hunger will determine when to consume each subsequent food. It’s essential to begin consuming the foods first thing in the morning.

“In the course of a day, the person will have a chance to try all the foods that grow in the area where he lives. If the person ends up having a great variety of foods and one day won’t suffice, then he should continue to feed himself this same way the next day as well. This procedure is very important. It will give many people’s organisms – perhaps for the first time in their lives – the chance to become acquainted with the taste and properties of each food, and to determine to what extent and in what quantity the person needs it at that moment. 

“Once the organism has had a chance to acquaint itself with all the foods, the person needs to take a big plate, cut up each vegetable into small slices and lay them out on the plate. He should also put out small bunches of greens and berries, either on this plate or a different one. If there’s a plate with perishable items, pour in enough spring water to cover them.

“It’s also essential to put honey, flower pollen, cedar oil and spring water on the table. A person can go about his business. And when he senses a feeling of hunger, he can go up to the table and, with his hand or a wooden spoon, pick up the food he likes and eat it.

“You might end up eating up absolutely all of some of the foods, while leaving others untouched. This indicates that your organism – your very wise personal doctor, the dietician that the Creator assigned to you – has selected what you most need at the given moment, leaving what you don’t need untouched for the time being. 

“The next day you don’t need to bother putting the foods you haven’t eaten on the table. But three days later, the full assortment of foods should appear on the table once more. It’s possible that now your organism will need something different.

“The person will gradually be able to tell which foods he can omit from his rations for the time being, so as to not needlessly spend time acquiring them. But after some time passes, the organism might need them, too, so that’s why you need to put the full available assortment out on the table from time to time.

“I know that a person living in your world often has to leave his dwelling place, but it’s possible to make some adjustments when this happens. For example, you can acquire or make a little birch bark box and put a portion of the food from the table into it. Your organism itself will select what it needs.

“If you have to go away somewhere for a long time, then you’ll have to begin acquainting your organism in the same way with the produce from the new territory, since even though they may have the same names, they may differ from each other in taste. 

“You need to understand the most important point about this way of eating, Vladimir. It isn’t just all the wild animals that have been given the capability to determine which products are most beneficial for their organism and in what quantities, and at what moment they need them. Such knowledge also exists within each person.

“Our son was correct in his thinking: so that he could concoct a curative infusion for you from the taiga herbs, he began tracking a sable. But if you yourself knew the taste of each blade of grass, then your organism would be able to select the necessary herbs a bit more accurately than a sable. When you return to your apartment, allow your organism to come to know the taste of the foods it’s easy for you to obtain. Don’t mix them together and don’t salt them. Otherwise your organism won’t be able to determine the virtue and importance of each food.” 

What you will need:

  • Spring Water
  • Red Beets (enough to make a glass of beet juice)
  • 100-200 grams of local seasonal fruit, edible grasses, herbs and vegetables (100-200 grams of each)
  • Flower pollen (if available)
  • Raw Honey
  • Cedar Oil (preferably handmade)
  • Wooden Spoon

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