As with Part 1 and 2 of this posting, the Budwig Oil-Protein diet which has applications for cancer sufferers to athletes, is very versatile. Another important component is Oleolox (don’t ask me how to pronounce it, I have enough trouble spelling it).
Oleolox is very simple to make.
250g coconut oil/fat
125cc Flax Seed Oil
10 garlic cloves
Put the Flax Seed Oil in the freezer to chill for half an hour. Slice onion and brown it slightly in the coconut oil for about 15 minutes. Then add 10 garlic cloves and heat for another 3 minutes. Strain the coconut oil through a sieve into the chilled Flax Seed Oil, mix in and store in the fridge.
When it cools down it becomes solid (though soft) and is ready to use. It can be used as a spread just like butter though it is a matter of taste. I like it, some don’t. It can be used as a salad dressing and to flavour stews or casseroles. But as with the Flax oil/quark/milk mix in Part 2 of this posting, warm by all means but don’t boil it or you damage the electron field of the Flax Seed Oil. It is this electron field that gives Flax Seed Oil its health giving properties.
Many uses for Oleolox are given in Dr Budwig’s recipe book. Although I have been advised that the Flax Seed Oil will negate the effects of a dairy allergy (Part 2) when using it with quark and milk, the advantage of Oleolox is that there is no dairy at all.