Dr. Richard Schulze
One of the many things I've tried on my healing
journey was Dr. Schulze's "Incurables Program."
Dr. Schulze, like the Clymer Center, which
I also greatly respect, really seems to be dedicated to helping
people rather than simply making money.
He says that most of the herbal supplements and vitamins you can
buy in stores today is "junk." (He has an evangelical
spirit and doesn't mince words, which might be off-putting to some
people, but from my experience, he is right on when it comes to
natural healing. He got into natural healing in a way similar to
mine, in that it was to heal himself of a crippling condition for
which conventional doctors could provide no help. There is no better
teacher than this, but he also learned from many of the great natural
healers of the previous generation such as Dr. Christopher, and
he ultimately got his doctorate in Natural Healing.)
For reasons why most herbal supplements and vitamins in stores
today are "junk" check out my article Who
Says Herbs Don't Work???. This article also contains ways you
can judge the strength of the supplements.
Dr. Schulze ran a natural healing clinic for many years, so everything
he says is based on clinical experience. (This clinic was eventually
forced to shut down by the government. My feeling is that Dr. Schulze
was too vocal in his arguments against modern medicine, so they
used the law against using the words like "cure" or "treat"
in anything but FDA or AMA approved treatments to keep him from
being too much competition.)
His philosophy is that due to the extra stresses placed upon the
body due to our modern environment, the herbal remedies natural
doctors use must be made more powerful. The old remedies that worked
in times of less stress and less environmental toxins are simply
not good enough anymore.
Thus, he advocates making the most powerful formula possible and
if it doesn't work, increase the dose. See my article
How to Brew the Best Tincture. These instructions are based
on those provided by Dr. Schulze.
He believes that everyone can heal themselves. Natural healing
is not difficult or complex, as the body is designed to heal itself.
It just needs help sometimes.
For this, it needs nutrition, which is often overlooked in natural
healing schools because back in the day, people didn't have all
the processed food and junk food we do today, so they ate better.
He advocates a vegan diet supplemented with superfood. My Maximum
Green Food is based on Dr. Schulze's superfood formula.
One of the things I like about Dr. Schulze is that he believes
in empowering people. He actually encourages people to take charge
of their own health and make their own superfood and tinctures.
I started Maximum Herbs to do just this, as well as provide others
with the same products at a cheaper price.
Are my products superior as well? Honestly, I don't know, but I,
as well as many others, prefer them. Perhaps something is lost when
tinctures are mass-produced, despite Dr. Schulze's insistence on
following the old, slow brewing methods. Maximum Herbs, on the other
hand, is a small, home-based company making the products in small
In addition to poor nutrition, modern life also causes a sluggish
digestive system, and this is another thing often overlooked in
traditional healing. The large intestine is one of the main organs
through which the body gets rid of toxins, so if it's sluggish,
the body cannot detoxify itself well. Dr. Schulze says that a normal,
healthy person should have 2-4 bowel movements per day.
If this is not happening, all kinds of seemingly unrelated ailments
can occur, including migraine headaches, heart problems, hormonal
problems, nerve problems, etc.
Dr. Schulze says that in his clinic, 80% of his patients, regardless
of their complaint, were healed just by cleaning and regularizing
In general, any natural healing program should always begin with
cleaning and regularizing the bowel if it isn't already. For this,
either use Dr. Schulze's products or mine. Mine are Intestinal
Moverizer and Intestinal Scrubber,
which are both based on Dr. Schulze's formula.