A Blood Transfusion Made of Powerful Juice

Juicing Blood Transfusion www.juicingnature.com

It has been proven time and time again that juicing is the best way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and that using the right combination of ingredients can produce a juice formula that will help with many different ailments. Some people are predisposed to certain diseases and others develop them over time for various reasons. Either way, life happens.

As we get older and our list of to-dos gets bigger and bigger, our energy levels get lower and lower. If you happen to be anemic, you’re probably struggling to make it through half the day without laying down let alone a full day. Besides anemia, there are many blood disorders that can affect your energy and through juicing you can improve your red blood cells as a method that will help you build your blood. Some would consider this to be a natural blood transfusion because of the similar outcomes that come from digesting a specific combination of ingredients.

Some medical professionals have explained that vegetables that are purple or a dark red color will help build your red blood cells. That means that Red Russian Kale, Beets, Red Cabbage, and Red Chard will make an extremely powerful juice blend for someone who needs the red blood cells boost.

Herbalist Dr. Richard Schulze believes that blood building juicing is very effective, and he tested this theory by bringing fresh juices to a woman who had recently undergone heart surgery and had very low hemoglobin levels. Within 24 hours of having her drink the vegetable juice he prepared, she was in the clear. What exactly was in this powerful juice? A bunch of greens that help build your blood!

Here are some ingredients that contain elements that contribute to blood building:

Dandelion Green – is a purifier that works well when combined with other ingredients to help you build your blood. It is quite bitter so we recommend that you combine it with an ingredient that will cancel out the harsh taste. Carrots would be an excellent choice.

Red Russian Kale – is nutritious because it is high in beta-carotene, vitamin A, Vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, zeaxanthin, and lutein. It is also a very potent antioxidant.

Beets – is a top immune booster because of its level of vitamin c, essential minerals, fiber, and manganese. Adding beets to your diet will help your kidneys, liver, bones, and pancreas.

Red Cabbage – contains vital phytochemicals that help boost your overall health. It is filled with fiber and a variety of vitamins and minerals.

Red Chard – is an excellent source of vitamins A, C, E, K, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, and iron. It is considered to be a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B2, choline, vitamin B6, calcium, protein, and phosphorus.

Carrot – is a good source of beta-carotene and fiber. It is rich in vitamins A, B8, C, K, pantothenic acid, potassium, folate, copper, iron, and manganese. Carrots are also a great source of antioxidants.

Using these ingredients, a woman and her son began to make juices to boost the woman’s immune system as she tried to regain her health after trying various methods. Not only did the following blood building juice recipe help her, but it also helped another woman who had leukemia and Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It was like depositing better health directly into their veins to build their blood.

You can watch her make the blood building juice recipe in this video and listen to how it helped both of them. You can also watch part 2 of the video!

Here is the actual blood building juice recipe:

  • 10-12 carrots
  • 1 beet with greens
  • 1/4 head of red cabbage
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 2 celery
  • 1 cucumber
  • 3 leaves of kale
  • Handful of dandelion green
  • 2 leaves of red chard
  • 2 collard leaves

Now, while these are the main ingredients; you could always add your own personal touch. For example, if you’d like to make it spicier, you can add a jalapeno and some fresh garlic cloves.

If you’d like to make it sweeter, you can add 2 apples and an inch of fresh ginger.

Adding cayenne pepper to this juice also has added benefits because of the many beneficial properties it contains. Cayenne pepper has anti-irritant, anti-fungal, anti-allergen, and anti-redness properties. It also helps you produce saliva which, in turn, is a digestive aid.

Adding garlic to this juice recipe will help circulate the fluid throughout your bloodstream.

If there are greens on the ingredients list that are not readily available to you, then try to get as close as you can to the recipe.

So the idea is that you can add other spices and ingredients to this recipe to help boost your immune system while building your blood. The turnaround time to see or feel healthier will depend on your current health status. Some will start feeling a difference within 24 hours while it may take longer for others. Do not give up! It is natural to get discouraged when you’re looking for a solution but consistency is key in natural healing so stick with the plan, and you’ll reach your goals.

In cases where you may be undergoing chemotherapy or have had recent surgery, you may want to try beet and beet greens in a carrot juice alone. Beet greens are known to have three times the amount of iron than the root of the beet itself. If your body doesn’t seem to be building blood anymore, then this is the way to go.

The Takeaway

Remember, your bloodstream is like your river of life with veins, capillaries, and arteries inside of that river. You must keep your tissues and cells vibrant in order to stay alive. The ingredients to this blood building juice (especially when you add cayenne pepper) can help keep your arteries and veins clear and strong. Once you start this recipe and stay consistent with it, you will begin to see a big change in your health. When you’re buying your ingredients, try to stick to the dark reds, blues, and purple foods for blood building. That includes fruits like raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, plums, prunes, and cherries. Happy drinking!


Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.