Healthy green wild plant leaves can be harvested even in the winter. Blackberry leaves contain chlorophyll and bio-photons, and stay green and juicy even during ice-cold weather. When we are snowed in, I start looking for green blackberry leaves. They merely need to be picked somewhere in the woods and mixed together with juicy fruit. I pick them with a pair of scissors.
2 Cups of fresh blackberry leaves
1 small red beet
1 pint of celery stalk juice
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
Juice of one lemon
4 dried figs
Puree all of the ingredients together with the juice of the celery stalks, which can be juiced in a slow juice machine such as the Greenstar or Excalibur.
The blackberry leaves supply the body with vegetable protein, phyto-nutrients, bio-photons, enzymes and chlorophyll, even in the middle of winter. Blackberry bushes are the only green plants that can still be found when the snow begins to pile up. The celery stalks supply organic sodium that balance out the high potassium content of the banana. We should not miss out on these valuable nutrients just because its winter.
IMPORTANT NOTE: As with any green cocktail, for a real boost of benefits, add the Micromineral Primal Essence. While these liquid minerals are not required, they are essential to create a synergy with the chlorophyll for an effect you will NOT experience drinking the cocktail or minerals alone!
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