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I remember getting up at 3:00 am, when it was dark and miserable outside, and going to work absolutely exhausted. That’s when I knew I was coming down with
a cold again, after beating it off just last week!
I really needed a cold cure.

We’d tried to keep the Cayce diet for years, with its stress on the right acid-alkaline balance. But real life can throw off your aim, and now I was paying the price.

Still, Cayce had said more than once that a person didn’t need to get a cold at all. “A cold cannot exist in alkaline!” was one of his famous bywords. So, when the first hints appeared, I decided to shift into “3-C” mode, and the Cayce Cold Cure blew it away! Nowadays, I sometimes go for years without a cold.

Here’s what he said to do.


  • Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) – This was the backbone of the Cayce cold cure, because it is one of the basic elements of the body, and strongly alkaline. Taking it helps the body to recover the desirable alkalinity to fight off a cold.

    At the first sign of a cold, he advised taking a teaspoon in 6-8 ounces of water every hour until the cold backs off. Taking it when you already have the cold can make you feel a lot better, too.

  • Eat lots of citrus fruits (especially organic, if possible)
  • Grapefruit
  • Oranges
  • Lemons
  • Limes
  • Fresh or canned tomatoes (Cayce considered them a citrus.)
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