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MannaMe
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Someone recommended using Juice Plus. Not to treat lyme & co's, but for more energy, just a general feeling better all over.

Have any of you tried it? What were your results?

As I understand it - there are 3 blends, and orchard blend, a vegetable blend and a vineyard blend of berries. It comes in a capsule or chewable.

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took it a few years. I juice fresh juices now. I didn't feel anything when I took it, I just knew it was good for you.

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I like straight greens powders better for the greens. I mix four different ones to take 2 - 3 times a day.

I think it's a better value and also better quality. I got way too speedy when I used Juice Plus in the past.

www.mountainroseherbs.com

Mountain Rose Herbs (Oregon)

Search: Spirulina, Chlorella, Gotu Kola, Stinging Nettle

And Hibiscus Flower powder better for the reds.
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http://www.naturalnews.com/specialreports/superfoods.pdf

SuperFoods for Optimum Heatlh: Chlorella and Spirulina

- by Mike Adams (of NaturalNews.com)

41-page pdf file


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STINGING NETTLE LEAF (not root) - Links set


http://www.naturalingredients.ru/netcat_files/File/Papers/English%20versions/Gotu%20Cola%20Eng.pdf

GOTU KOLA - THE PLANT OF REGENERATIVE THERAPY

- by Komarova E.L., Doctor of pharmacological science

Excerpts:

. . . Traditionally Gotu Kola was used for wound healing and to treat skin lesions. Nowadays, due to its wound healing properties, its ability to prevent scar formation, and to enhance the integrity and vascularization of connective tissues . . . .

. . . especially the healing of connective tissues . . . .

. . . Only a few plants can stimulate the increase of collagen synthesis, and according to in vitro studies on fibroblasts Gotu Kola has proven its efficacy in this. . . .

. . . Another important property of Gotu Kola is its ability to improve the circulation of the blood, including venous and capillary.

Its ability to improve peripheral circulation, reduce oedema and pain in the extremities, allows the use of the plant for the treatment of phlebitis, varicose veins, spasms and other cases of venous insufficiency. . . .


http://www.nutritionreview.org/glossaries-Herbs-gotu_kola.php

Nutrition Review - GOTU KOLA

. . . A common misconception is that gotu kola contains caffeine, which is simply not true . . . .

. . . Researchers have found that gotu kola contains several glycosides that exhibit wound healing and anti-inflammatory activities . . . .

. . . Gotu Kola has been found to have significant results in healing of skin, other connective tissues, lymph tissue, blood vessels (decreasing capillary fragility), and mucous membranes.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDj3kTdtJPI

GOTU KOLA - YouTube 3-minute video from Nature's Classroom

[Starts off with discussion about the nutrients] . . . full of minerals -- calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, chromium, zinc, selenium, iodine, silicon, germanium and cobalt --

. . . it contains awesome phytonutrients known as triterpenoids. Triterpenoids promote collagen formation and have been shown to concentrate antioxidants into damaged tissue and increase the blood supply . . . .

http://oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/important-herbs/gotu-kola-leaf-centella-asiatica.html

Gotu Kola - from The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Gotu+Kola

PubMed Search:

Gota Kola - 410 abstracts

Gotu Kola, microcirculation - 15 abstracts
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To help with endurance:

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No haven't tried it. My neuro told me to juice carrots.

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Fabulous to add when juicing carrots:

Zucchini, cucumbers, tart green apple, touch of ginger root and maybe a dash of nutmeg.

Zucchini, cucumbers should be plentiful to balance the sugars in the carrots. A volume ratio of about 3 "filler greens" to 1 carrot works well. Add back in some of the fiber &/or use it in soups, etc.

Bok Choy is also a nutritious "filler green" using the stalk for its liquid content and the leaf for its deep green goodness.

Good to enjoy with a few nuts, to add fat and protein - to balance the carbohydrates and work toward glucose longevity.
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My husband and I have been taking it for almost 2 years. I can't tell any difference with energy levels. Like Lyme in Putnam said, I too take iot because it's good for me.

I'm getting ready to stop because the price is a bit steep.

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a good friend gave me several boxes. i'm not sure it did anything tho. and afterwards it was too expensive.

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manname your PM box is full

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