Use this shot when:
- You’re feeling pushed past your limit
- You need a recharge
- You feel like you’re missing something that your body needs, or you feel like you’re running on empty
- You’ve given so much of yourself that you feel you have nothing more to give
- You’re overworked
- You’ve been running on caffeine to gain focus and energy
- You feel you’re short-circuiting or falling apart
- You’re becoming allergic to work or allergic to others around you
- You feel like you’re losing or missing a part of yourself
- You can’t seem to focus because you feel exhausted on all levels
Burnout Stabilizer: Medical Medium Brain Shot Therapy
- ½-inch piece of fresh ginger
- ½ cup tightly packed pea shoots
- ½ cup tightly packed alfalfa sprouts
- ¼ cup fresh or thawed frozen pitaya (red dragon fruit) or ¼ cup peeled and chopped grapefruit
- 2 raw medium stalks asparagus (¼ cup chopped)
- ½ stalk celery
Run each ingredient through a juicer in the order listed from top to bottom.
Pour into a glass and serve.
Makes 1-2 shots
- Drink this shot 15 to 30 minutes apart from any other food or drink.
- If you can’t find or don’t like alfalfa sprouts or pea shoots, you can use any kind of sprouts or microgreens in this recipe, such as broccoli, clover, sunflower, and kale. Every sprout will bring a different flavor to the shot. If you choose to use radish or mustard sprouts, be aware that it will make the shot very spicy
Find out how to do Medical Medium Brain Shot Therapy in Brain Saver and Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes.
Categories: Healing Tools
This item posted: 24-Oct-2022
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