A SHOT FOR ANGER PROBLEMS
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Use this shot in cases of:
- inexplicable outbursts of anger that seem to arise for no reason;
- outbursts of anger that have a reason;
- anger due to illness, injury or suffering from chronic diseases and health problems;
- moments of unhappiness, frustration, or irritability that bubble to the surface;
- anger caused by a moment of insult, disappointment or betrayal;
- confrontations or arguments with other people;
- anger caused by what is happening in the world;
- anger at himself.
- 1/2 cup of compactly collected fresh mint;
- 1/4 cup compactly collected fresh sage (salvia);
- 1/2 cup fresh or thawed mango;
- 1 tbsp. fresh or thawed wild blueberries or 1 tsp. wild blueberry juice or 1 tsp. wild blueberries powder ;
- 1 cup chopped carrots.
Method of preparation:
Put each ingredient through a juicer in the order listed. If using wild cranberry juice or wild cranberry powder , add and mix after all other ingredients have passed through the juicer.
Pour into a glass and serve.
Amount for 1 to 2 shots.
- If you're in a part of the world where you don't have access to fresh or frozen wild blueberries, wild blueberry juice, or wild blueberry powder, you can substitute blackberries. Although a high-antioxidant alternative, blackberries don't have the power to match the way wild blueberries protect cells from heavy metals, chemicals, radiation and other toxins.
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