Smoothies are a great way to get a variety of healing ingredients in one drink. This healing smoothie recipe from the book The Healing Medium: Healing the Thyroid Gland can be modified to your taste with whatever healing foods you desire (see suggested additions) and will always have an amazing effect for you!

Depending on which of the supplements you use, the healing properties of this smoothie will vary. But you will feel great with any of them! Let's look at some of the suggested healing foods:

Mango contains a huge amount of carotene, which restores the spleen and liver, nourishes the brain and cleanses the lymphatic system of the toxins of the waste matter of EBV . It also provides bioactive magnesium and glucose that calm the nerves to help sleep problems caused by EBV.

Bananas provide amino acids and the right kind of potassium to restore neurotransmitters after they have been depleted by EBV neurotoxins . They also have powerful antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. A great source of calcium as the trees grow in calcium rich soil, they are also a great remedy for hypoglycemia as they help balance blood sugar. Don't be alarmed by the fad that bananas have too much sugar. Their fruit sugar is actually an extremely important brain food, and it's also linked to the amino acids and minerals that give bananas their vital nutrition.

Spinach creates an alkaline environment in the body and provides highly absorbable trace elements for the nervous system. It binds to and removes the jelly-like viral waste in the liver that can contribute to mysterious weight gain and mysterious heart flutters. A particularly good means of rejuvenating the skin and reversing conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

Arugula reduces the number of thyroid nodules, tumors, and cysts (both cancerous and benign) and helps prevent EBV-related thyroid cancer. Arugula's phytochemicals penetrate the thyroid gland, rejuvenating the tissue there while reducing thyroid scarring. These compounds also push old thyroid medication storage tanks out of the liver.

Atlantic seaweed (especially dulse and kelp ): Just like we put iodine on wounds, the iodine content of dulse kelp is an antiseptic for the thyroid gland. When absorbed by the gland, it becomes one of the thyroid's most powerful combat mechanisms, along with zinc . Fortunately, dulse and other seaweeds also contain some zinc . These two valuable minerals working together can defeat the viral infection in the thyroid gland, thereby stopping thyroiditis (inflammation of the thyroid gland). Seaweed also helps protect the thyroid gland from the effects of radiation, remove radiation from the thyroid gland, and prevent thyroid cancer.

Ginger aids in the absorption of nutrients and relieves spasms associated with EBV and excessive stress. Loaded with its own signature variety of bioavailable vitamin C , ginger is also a powerful antiviral against EBV. One of ginger's special qualities is its ability to bring the body out of a reactive state that can easily happen when EBV is on the scene by calming the nerves and muscles. Ginger helps balance and homeostasis the thyroid gland by raising it if it is hypoactive and calming it if it is hyperactive.

Oranges are a rich source of calcium, which is vital when your body needs the mineral to block EBV from damaging your thyroid. Getting plenty of bioavailable calcium—the best source is citrus fruits—prevents your body from having to use calcium stores in your bones. The vitamin C content in oranges and tangerines is also an anti-EBV agent, helping to revitalize the liver after EBV damage and to cleanse the organ of fat and EBV debris, thus helping you lose weight.

Coriander: Works wonders in fighting EBV. It is crucial for binding the toxic heavy metals like mercury and lead that feed the virus. It also binds to EBV neurotoxins, which, when loose in the body, can cause numbness and stiffness, pain, inflammation, depression and anxiety.

Aloe Vera: Fresh aloe leaf gel is a great antiviral that also flushes toxins from the blood and body, helping to cleanse the liver of toxins such as pesticides. Aloe supports the work of the adrenal glands and extracts radiation from the thyroid gland.

Raspberries are a great whole-body detox food, rich in antioxidants that specifically remove EBV byproduct and other viral debris from the bloodstream, allowing for easier overall cleansing. Raspberries also tend to bind to and remove contaminants delivered to the intestinal tract by the liver loaded with viral waste.

Main ingredients:

  • 2 cups mango (fresh or frozen);
  • 1 banana;
  • 1 cup of water.

Recommended medicinal supplements:

  • 2 cups spinach;
  • 1/2 cup arugula;
  • 1 tsp kelp powder ;
  • 1 cm piece of ginger, peeled;
  • 1 orange, squeezed into juice;
  • 1/2 cup cilantro;
  • 1/2 cup of aloe vera gel;
  • 1/2 cup raspberries.

Method of preparation:

Blend the mango and banana with 1 cup of water in a high-speed blender . Add from the suggested supplements in different combinations. To get the most healing benefits from this smoothie, add all the suggested supplements. Blend until smooth. Serve and enjoy!


Be creative and improvise with different flavor combinations. We recommend trying the supplements on the list (including orange juice, cilantro, spinach, arugula, raspberries, and aloe vera) above as a starting point.

One smoothie dose.

You can find much more information about other healthy foods and recipes on our blog , as well as in Anthony William's books .

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