Healing for the Age of Enlightenment
by Stanley Burroughs 
Stanley Burroughs (Biography)
Stanley Burroughs died June 16, 1991.
In the early 1950's, Stanley Burroughs authored a small 50-page booklet entitled 'The Master Cleanser' wherein as part of the Introduction he wrote: 'I present this book so that you can help yourself and others. Make the most of this work and know that it is the finest of knowledge in healing.' Then he added: "Let no man refuse to listen and be healed lest he bring misery, pain and suffering to those who look and depend on him for help and guidance."
Since then thousands and thousands of people have used it to cleanse their way to better health and slimmer, trimmer bodies.
In addition to the cleanse, sometimes referred to as the lemonade diet, Burroughs included his philosophy of disease and road to health along with home remedies for various ailments such as ring worm, dandruff, fungus growths on the hands or feet, athlete's foot, indigestion, gas and several more. He also includes vegetarian recipes and menus.
Author of Healing for the Age of Enlightenment, and The Master Cleanser, Stanley was a man renowned for his research into the role of toxemia in disease.