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BLOOD PURIFIER AN Idea FOR a RECIPE... JUICE or blend all the components ( strain through a jelly bag or chees cloth if blended) and then mix in wine and let sit for 6 weeks in a glass container. then use 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day as a tonic. Or you can use ounce amounts in conjunction with other cleansing juices you would make at home. This would be especially good during mense time or if there is any excesive loss of blood Want to make a blood purifier? And want to see it do things to you that will remove some unwanted health issues, such as a lethargic liver, spleen renewal, blood becoming more alive, pathogenic issues just leave, Vitality restored, healthier skin. Well this could cost you several dollars at a health food store ( at least 20-30 dollars) so here is what you will need...Dandelion root, you can get this out of your garden, the leaf and the flower top will be used as a salad food, that will nourish you as well with a high mineral content. Take the root clean it well and then juice or blend and strain, get some blackberries, choke berries and a cherry extract or fresh cherries and blend all the contents with wine (red) and blend it till it is pureed , add water or more wine til you get to a consistency where you like. You can either strain of just pour into a bottle as is. Use 1 ounce several times a day, you will see a restoring of health in skin, kidneys, blood, spleen liver, there is a high level of antioxidants that are powerful as free radical scavengers and have anti cancer properties, brain nourishing properties, oxidative stress protection. Here is some info on each of the componenets: Chokeberriesrich antioxidant content may be beneficial as a dietary preventative for reducing the risk of diseases caused by oxidative stress. Among the models under evaluation where preliminary results show benefits of chokeberry anthocyanins are colorectal cancer (Lala et al. 2006), cardiovascular disease (Bell & Gochenaur 2006), chronic inflammation (Han et al. 2005), gastric mucosal disorders (peptic ulcer) (Valcheva-Kuzmanova et al. 2005), eye inflammation (uveitis) (Ohgami et al. 2005) and liver failure Blackberries has a high polyphenol antioxidant that protect agains neurodegenerative diseases, assist in cardiovascular health, has the effect or healing dysentry (Dysentery (formerly known as flux or the bloody flux) is the term for tenesmus (painful straining to pass stool), cramping, and frequent, small-volume severe diarrhea associated with blood in the feces), Fruit and juice have been used for anemia and to regulate menses, Long standing home remedy for diarrhea; European settlers to North America used jam to remedy diarrhea. Has also been used internally for dysentary, hemorrhoids, to loosen phlegm, and cystitis. Cherries contain anthocyanins, which is the red pigment in berries. Cherry anthocyanins have been shown to reduce pain and inflammation[2]. Anthocyanins are also potent antioxidants. Cherries have also been shown to contain high levels of melatonin[3]. And when consumed with the seed have an anti cancer effect. Dandelion It exercises a stimulating influence over the whole system, helping the liver and kidneys to do their work and keeping the bowels in a healthy condition, so that it offers great advantages to dyspeptics and does not cause wakefulness. Dandelion combined with other active remedies has been used in cases of dropsy ( edema) and for induration( a hardening of an area of the body ) of the liver, and also on the Continent for phthisis ( Tuberculosis)and some cutaneous diseases ( skin disorders) . A decoction of 2 OZ. of the herb or root in 1 quart of water, boiled down to a pint, is taken in doses of one wineglassful every three hours for scurvy, scrofula, eczema and all eruptions on the surface of the body. Red Wine helps to protect the Heart from the toxic effects of Free Radicals (due to the Antioxidant effects of Red Wine's Resveratrol content) Red Wine consumption reduces the risk of developing Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) by approximately 20% (probably due to the Anthocyanosides content of Red Wine) Red Wine contains significant amounts of Antioxidants: research scavenges Peroxyl Free Radicals (probably due to the Resveratrol content of Red Wine.