17 September 1922

6 Pond Street, Hampstead, London

Dearest Bogey
I am still so sorry about your neck. Is it better. I told Sorapure this morning who said no tonic will do you as much good as a regime of milk & oranges. Not alone. Not together. But in this order.
Every morning drink a large glass of milk & ½ an hour after eat an orange. Every afternoon - do the same. The lime salts are what you need, & they are helped to disperse by the citric acid. ½ an hour after you have drunk that milk, it reposes, a solid curd, in your stomach. Along comes the orange juice & a most important meeting with very valuable consequences takes place . . . Will you do this? Its about 200 per cent stronger than Sanatogen.
[To J. M. Murry, 23 September 1922.]