HSU Internal Cleansing & Detox Education

To have vibrant health, we need to do the following:

  • Practice healthy eating habits.
  • Incorporate proper food combining.
  • Purify the blood with regular use of IL HWA Korean Ginseng.
  • Cleanse and tone the small and large intestine.
  • Cleanse and tone the liver.
  • Use food supplements such as enzymes, vitamins and minerals.
  • Drink plenty of pure water - distilled is recommended.
  • Eliminate bad habits such as drinking milk, excessive consumption of alcohol, junk foods and processed foods such as coffee, candy, pop and sugar.
  • Eliminate excessive intake of proteins and fats.
  • Prepare our foods as naturally as possible by cutting down or eliminating altogether frying, grilling and microwaving.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Get proper rest and sleep.
  • Develop "Peace of Mind"

All of these points are incorporated in the HSU Internal Cleansing Program. Like any other program, it works best when you do the whole program. However, you can use any part of the program and still see results.

Life is in the Blood

Nearly three decades ago, after doctors gave up on Mrs. Hsu, she was "just trying to survive." Using her Master's Degree in Library Science, she intensely researched health foods and nutritional aids. Today, people from coast to coast, follow Mrs. Hsu's Internal Cleansing Program. In 1977, she shared her knowledge by going door-to-door, selling ginseng from her native country of korea. From that beginning, HSU & CO. today comprises four health food stores, mail order firm and 72 acre health retreat center. What makes Mrs. Hsu's rebuilding program unique is her extensive knowledge of internal cleansing. "Life is in the Blood" outlines why Mrs. Hsu's program has become a source of abundant life for so many people.

Ideal Health

There is no cancer in Hunzaland. Nestled in the valleys of the beautiful, snow-covered Himalayan mountains, Hunza provides a peaceful, pure environment. Here the people live close to the land, close to nature, breathing pure air, drinking pure water and eating food in its natural state. The average Hunzan lives a healthy, robust life, free from disease; then simply dies in his sleep well beyond the age of 100. The whole nation of 10,000 people has only one doctor.

We do not need a whole course in physiology and biology to know how to care for ourselves properly. Common sense and basic principles underlie good health and right living. We need fresh air, pure water, invigorating exercise and nourishing food. There is a great deal of truth to the old adage, "you are what you eat". However, it is more accurate to say, "you are what your body makes out of what you eat." A healthy body must properly digest, assimilate, process and deliver nutrients to every cell. It must also eliminate cellular waste and defend against external pathogens (disease causing agents).

Research in the field of Mind-Body Medicine leaves little doubt that attitude affects health. Folk wisdom has long held that optimism leads to good health and modern medicine is beginning to pick up on this. "It is part of the cure to wish to be cured," said the noble Roman philosopher Seneca, a contemporary of Christ.

"Change of diet will not help a man who will not change his thoughts. When a man makes his thoughts pure, he no longer desires impure food," wrote James Allen, whose inspirational classic As A Man Thinketh, has influenced millions for good. The body is the servant of the mind. A long, healthy and happy life is rooted in faith and obedience to the laws of nature.

Ideal health therefore, is based on the foundations of Body, Mind and Spirit Herein lie the roots of Sung Bok Hsu's highly successful back-to- health program.

Need for Cleansing

Nearly every single American will be afflicted by a chronic, degenerative, debilitating, often life-threatening disease. Modern, hectic life-style; poor eating habits; depleted, overly- refined foods; lack of exercise; pollution; all place severe stress on the human body and contribute to the growing rates of cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and immune-related disease.

Compare the human body to an automobile engine. A new car comes with clean oil. But the oil becomes dirty in its job of lubricating the engine. The oil itself is cleaned as it passes through the oil filter. After a time the unclean oil and the clogged filter must be replaced. If you don't, the engine will be ruined. The human body is a living system. It is constancy cleaning itself out. But if you overload the system with impurities, eventually it cannot handle them anymore and there will be a breakdown.

Already one in four, now approaching one in three, face the scourge of cancer. And the astronomical advance of immune-related disorders in recent years has alarmed many. But this does not have to be our fate! We can learn the elements of good health and what to do to restore health. First we must overcome our ignorance and then practice the simple principles that promote good health.

We look back with antipathy on archaic medical practices like leeching and bloodletting. Among many others, George Washington was literally bled to death. Perhaps its only a matter of time until we look at the present practices of cutting, burning and shooting the body full of radiation in a similar vein.

Today we are aware that blood-cleansing rather than blood-letting is the answer. We are well aware that health or disease is determined in large part by the quality of the bloodstream. The wave of the future is in prevention. Life indeed is in the blood, for it is this river of life that delivers health-or disease-to the cells. As the eminent French scientist Louis Pasteur related before he died: "It is diseased tissue that creates a natural habitat for germs and virus. It was not the germs, rather the environment that caused disease."

"Clean your river of life," emphasizes Mrs. Hsu, "and you will find the beginning of renewed energy."

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.