The Candida Cleaner,
by Dr. Jennifer Daniels: turpentine and sugar protocol.

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Hints for using Turpentine/Sugar Remedy...

Hints for using Turpentine/Sugar Remedy...

There is a way to make Dr. Jennifer Daniels' turpentine and sugar protocol more tasty by blending in yogurt and whey protein powder before pouring over fresh fruit. Nut butter, such as: cashew or tahini, could be added for additional calories. Flavorings, such as: cayenne pepper or "True Lemon" lemon juice crystals (or, fresh lemon juice), could be added for a spicy or sour flavor. Natural coloring, such as: turmeric or beet powders, could also be added. A fudge could be derived by adding either dairy, or coconut, butter/oil - which brings to mind...chocolate! Oh!, carob.

Even ice cream is possible, provided the inner lining of the ice creamer maker, plus its stirring paddle, were made of turpentine safe materials, such as: wood or high grade plastic - not stainless steel. Or else, just dribble turpentine onto your dish of ice cream or onto your spoonful.

Or else, get a jar of raw tahini and blend some turpentine into that and serve with something else...