I know the flu can be reversed with mung bean sprouts, because I have experienced the miracle. This is my story and some instructions for you of how to sprout mung beans if you are interested.
Years ago, I was preparing to teach a class for the monthly Relief Society meeting of our ward. If you don’t know what Relief Society is, click on this link.
I was excited and had done a lot to prepare for my sprouts class. However, on the morning before I was to teach, I woke up at about 5:00 am, feeling sick all over. It was the type of feeling you have when you are coming down with a flu.
I was disappointed since I had a class to teach that night. So, I prayed, “Heavenly Father, I really want to teach this class tonight, but I feel like I have a flu. What can I do to get well, so that I can teach my class?” A message came into my mind to “Eat Sprouts.”(Sprouts do better in a plastic colander than in a metal one.)
O.K., so I went into the kitchen and pulled the little drained colander of mung bean sprouts that was inside of a plastic grocery bag for the miniature greenhouse effect. I took about 1/2 cup out and just sat there slowly eating a few at a time and feeling the juice go down my throat.
I wasn’t in any rush and probably took 10-15 minutes.es. Then, I went back to bed and lay down. I started to feel an energy go through my whole body and felt an inspiring feeling. Within about five minutes, whatever I had before was all gone and I felt perfectly well.
During the day, I finished my preparations for the class. I arrived early to prepare in the kitchen at the church. One of the sisters said I looked like I was glowing. Yes, I was happy and felt great. The class went well.
When I make mung bean sprouts similar to the way done in this how-to video link, I don’t put a weight on them like they do in the Orient. So, my sprouts are little compared to the large ones that you buy in the produce section of the grocery store. And, after they have soaked, I rinse and drain them inside of a colander and inside of a plastic grocery bag so that they don’t dry out.
When they are sprouted like the picture above. I keep them in the colander drained with the plastic bag and store them in the fridge until I’m ready to use them and rinse occasionally. On the video, the lady said to store them in water in the fridge, but this is highly unnecessary.
I haven’t tried putting a weight on them to make them grow a lot larger and thicker. Isn’t it interesting that opposition can inspire powerful growth. Maybe, we should be grateful for our hardships, trials, and afflictions because the opposition gives us the opportunity to grow stronger and more powerful. An easy life won’t do that.
I have found that mung beans are very powerful and hardy. They seem to survive very well if you are not perfect at rinsing them regularly. Transfer that powerful energy to help you reverse the flu.