Barley grass juice powder, which is gluten-free, draws out heavy metals such as mercury from your liver, spleen, intestinal tract, pancreas, and reproductive system. It is one if the five key foods in the Medical Medium Heavy Metal Detox protocol and works in tandem with the other four ingredients to remove toxic heavy metals from the body. Toxic heavy metals cause or contribute to ADHD, addictions, eczema, psoriasis, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, memory issues, concentration issues, brain fog, OCD, mood disorders, MS, Parkinson’s, and many more symptoms and conditions.
Barley grass juice powder contains phytonutrients that feed an undernourished liver while allowing it to detoxify dozens of toxins and poisons you’ve inherited from the past and that you’re exposed to in the present moment. It’s a responsible detoxifier with take-and-give integrity, replacing the troublemakers it removes from the body with vital nutrients. It also holds specific alkaloids that help prevent the thyroid from atrophying.
Barley grass juice powder blocks pathogens such as Epstein-Barr, shingles, and others from feeding on their favourite foods, like toxic heavy metals. This means that any symptoms and conditions caused by pathogens, including autoimmune disorders, eczema, Lyme disease, lupus, multiple sclerosis, CFS, lupus, and many more can be helped by this juice powder.
How To Use:
It’s important to get barley grass juice powder, not just barley grass powder. There is a common misconception that barley grass juice powder contains gluten, but it is actually gluten-free (unlike the barley grain which does contain gluten).
Barley grass juice powder can be taken as barley grass juice powder or capsules. It can be added to the Medical Medium Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie or stirred or blended into coconut water, juices, other smoothies, or water. You can also sprinkle barley grass juice powder over fruit bowls and melons.
This item posted: 22-Jul-2021
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