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Chlorophyll For a Natural Blood Transfusion?

By pHresh Products

Jul 28

Green Leaf Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll for a natural blood transfusion? Here is some information plus a recipe!

I have heard so much about chlorophyll being able to be a natural blood transfusion, so I did some research.

Firstly what is chlorophyll?
Chlorophyll (also chlorophyl) is a green pigment found incyanobacteria and the chloroplasts of algae and plants. People remember; green plants = chlorophyll.

What plants contain chlorophyll?
green beans

You can get chlorophyll by eating these plants, especially with slow chewing and absorbing their juices into your tongue and mouth. You can also juice these plants, or put them into a smoothie.

Chlorophyll offers a lot of benefits: It cleanses our blood and helps detoxify the liver, colon and entire digestive tract. It also accelerates weight loss, and can help to treat cancer, diabetes, bone disease, acne, psoriasis, eczema, and heart disease.

A recipe I have designed below incorporates chlorophyll with coconut water. Apparently, in WWII Coconut Water was used for blood transfusions in soldiers & saved many lives. According to Jo Ward, author of Raw Food Blog, she says her cousin Justin who is in the army, this still gets taught this to use as plasma!

According to Ravishing Raw, our blood exists of about 55% of plasma (about the same structure as coconut water) and 45% of hemoglobin (for the transportation of oxygen.) The hemoglobin is “essentially transformed plant blood”, chlorophyll. Drinking a mixture of 55% Coconut Water & 45% Chlorophyll (plant blood) is said to be an instant blood transfusion! By drinking this concoction it can help re-build our blood. This is helpful to know when suffering from blood diseases/issues like my client Debbie.

You can get a 100% coconut water in many health food shops or could even buy a whole coconut and use the fresh coconut water which of course is better as it is more whole.
Drink this concoction to re-build your blood and treat your body to a natural blood transfusion. Drink this in the morning on a empty stomach if you want the full benefits of it and a quick absorption in the blood. But also “taking chlorophyll before or at meal-time greatly reduces the carcinogenic effects of food. Since it primarily acts as a blocking agent, it is able to block the absorption of the carcinogen by forming a molecular complex too large to be assimilated in the small intestine. In other words, to get the full anti-cancer benefits, eating a salad comprised of spinach, kale, parsley and other green-goodies before a well-done steak will help prevent the development of those cancer-causing compounds.” So drink this concoction before eating meat or processed junk foods to help with digestion and to reduce carcinogenic effects.

Mike Adams from says that “modern medicine, of course, has utterly failed to recognize any use for chlorophyll whatsoever. But followers of raw living foods understand very well how important chlorophyll is to human health.”

Here is a recipe I created for Chlorophyll and Coconut Water Blood Transfusion

Chlorophyll - Coconut Recipe

Total time: 10 minutes

Serves: 1

1 whole coconut (or 2 cups coconut water)
1/2 head of kale
1 cup spinach
1/2 cup parsley
1 tablespoon wheat grass
1/2 cup broccoli

1. If you have a whole coconut, bust a hole and pour the coconut water into a blender like the VITAMIX.
2. Add the rest of the green ingredients. Blend for 2-3 minutes until you have a smoothie! Drink and enjoy the blood transfusion and other benefits!

One way that I get chlorophyll on a daily basis is from drinking PHresh Products It is an organic ready made greens powder that I mix with water. It is great for people on the go, just mix 1 teaspoon into a cup of water, and for a blood transfusion mix with coconut water! The ingredients include all of the greens: parsley, spirulina, wheat grass, oat grass, barley grass, alfalfa grass, spinach, collard greens, broccoli, kale and chlorella. You get 10% off for being an Earth Diet reader! Just use code:

Research from resources:
David Wolfe author of “Superfoods”
Dr Ann Wigmore
by: Ella Andersen
By Mike Adams

Author: James Louis

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