The 6 and 1 principle - (Also known as the Sabbath principle)

Experience shows that all rebuilds work better and are more effective and move more consistently and more quickly completed when the 6 and 1 principle is followed. This is also known as the Sabbath principle by some people.


This means take the herbs six days a week and on the seventh day to not take any herbs, thereby allowing the body to rest from the work of rebuilding. This cycle is repeated for six weeks and during the seventh week no herbs are taken. During the seventh week you pay attention to your body and notice if the reasons for the rebuild of that system are taken care of or if they are still present. If there are still symptoms of system weakness then another six weeks of rebuilding is indicated. For some weaknesses multiple rebuild cycles may be needed. Keep going until the rebuild is complete.


I have noticed that some people follow this principle and make rapid progress. I have had a few who just haven't followed the principle. Three or four weeks later they will tell me that they aren't making any progress. The herbs aren't working. After asking a few questions about their food intake and their method of doing the rebuild I learn that they don't take a day off. The workers for the body are tired and are no longer getting the work done.


If you want to experience a rebuild that will surprise you, follow the principle of 6 days on herbal support and 1 day off for 6 weeks and 1 week off the herbs.

  

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the Dr. Christopher Corporation. The conclusions I am sharing are from my own experience. This information is for education only and makes no claims of medical advice.