Alfalfa Green Drink

The green drink is the epitome of refreshing, living energy from plant sources. Each mouthful of the juice should be "chewed" thoroughly (swished in the mouth) and mixed well with saliva before swallowing.

The simplest method is to place pineapple juice in a blender container in the quantity desired. Add green Alfalfa leaves (or Alfalfa sprouts) to taste, less at first, and building up to more as you become accustomed to the flavor. Alfalfa is quite strong tasting; you might wish to begin with additional herbs such as parsley, chard, dark lettuce, lamb's quarters, comfrey, and other mild tasting greens. Two sprigs of Alfalfa has been a good starting point for the green drink which we feed our young children. Blend the greens into the drink until they are thoroughly pulverized. You can add a little water or a couple of ice cubes to thin the drink a bit if you like. Some people like to add an almond-date-sunflower seed emulsion, made by blending the soaked seeds and dates with pineapple juice, for a delicious and protein filled green drink; however, we have found the pineapple juice and green combination delicious and satisfying. For a tiny infant, you can strain the fibers out of the drink, but most people can benefit from the fibers of the greens. Do not make the drink too thick at first, however, as some people might find it unpalatable.

FTC COMFREY WARNING: External use only. Consuming comfrey can cause serious liver damage. Comfrey contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which may cause serious illness or death. Comfrey should not be taken orally, used as a suppository, or applied to broken skin. For further information contact the Food and Drug Administration:

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