Dr. Long¡¦s Soup Therapy
Prepared for Ephpheta Foundation for the Blind, Inc.
The soup therapy involves several important details. These details are to be followed very strictly in order for the cure to take effect much faster and more effectively. They are the following:
The prescription has an expiry date. Taking the medication should not exceed the date of expiry. This means that all the ingredients have to be bought as soon as possible and preparation of the soup should not take long. Taking the medication after it has expired will not produce any healing effects.
Taking the medication follows a strict time schedule.
For example: If the schedule is from 8:00 to 10:00 ¡V This should be taken at exactly ¡§8:01 to 8:03¡¨ to get 100% potency. Should this be taken at ¡§8:04 to 10:00¡¨, 30% of the potency will be gone. Taking the medication over and beyond the set schedule is not effective.
The medication should be taken twice a day (as per schedule). There are 3 sets of time schedules to follow, choose two schedules only.
In preparing the medication, the ingredients must be counted precisely. Note that an excess of ¡§one¡¨ seed or a miscount in the ingredient can dramatically change the effect of the potency of the medication.
Ideally, the patient should be the one preparing his/her medication. Our patients can do this on their own on the premise that they should be closely monitored by a sighted person. However, it is very difficult for one person to monitor all five patients at the same time. We advice that the preparation of the medication shall be done individually in the beginning to avoid confusion or miscounts on the part of the person monitoring and assisting the blind patient. Thus, one patient should be instructed on how to prepare his/her medication on a one-on-one basis initially until such time when all the five patients can comfortably prepare their own medication with minimal supervision.
Since one prescription is good for three days, preparation of the medication should be the same.
Prepare three separately bowls with labels showing the patient¡¦s name to avoid confusion.
Carefully count the ingredients one by one and put them inside the bowl. (Note: The bowl must be made only of ceramics. Plastics and metals cause damage to the medication due to its chemical components.
As soon as the ingredients are completed, fill the bowls with water (make sure that the bowl is filled three inches above the ingredients).
Boil the medication for at least 10 minutes. Do not worry if the water level goes down. Make sure that the ingredients, such as seeds, have opened or softened. Cover the bowls while boiling.
Do not taste or put a finger on the soup. This will take away the potency of the medication.
Upon boiling, store the preparations inside a refrigerator.
When taking the medication, strictly follow the instructions. There are different ways in taking the soup (cold, mild and hot takes). Cold take means that the medication should be taken after coming from the refrigerator. Mild take means that the medication should be under room temperature. (For mild takes, take the medication out of the refrigerator 10 to 20 minutes before taking.) Hot take means that the medication is considerably hot to swallow, but not boiling and can burn the tongue.
Preparing and taking the medication should be done diligently and precisely. Note that a single mistake such as a miscount can affect the healing process. An expired soup must be thrown away. A soup that was tasted or touched before its schedule of take will produce no healing effect even if it was the patient himself who tasted or touched it. Detailed instructions must be followed very carefully and strict monitoring should be practiced.
Blind patients who are eligible to take the medication are those who can still sense a faint amount of light (such as the case of Mr. Hermie Alberto). There should be a strong determination of the patient to be healed and the willingness to undergo the treatment with the belief that his/her own body is creating the energy to cure the damaged area of his/her own body. Patients must be focused on healing themselves.
The patients must not make fun or ridicule the medication because this causes negative energies within their own bodies and can produce no healing effects for them. The medication and the process must be taken seriously.
Always remember that the medication balances the energies of the body in order for the body to heal its damaged areas. Thus, it is not only the vision that is being healed but the entire body is being strengthened to heal the cause of its visual impairment.