Green Food Plus
Multi-mineral formula made with herbs from Africa, offering chlorophyll rich food for the entire body. It promotes good health and nourishment, addresses the heart, brain, central nervous system and the blood. Designed to minimise appetite.
- Stinging Nettles
- Lily of the Valley** (was later listed as an ingredient but not originally)
Dosage: 4 capsules daily
Medicinal Action and Uses
Linden Tilia spp.: Nervine, stimulant, tonic. Used as a common domestic remedy for nervous and catarrhal disorders following colds; also used for restlessness, indigestion and hysteria.
Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus): Demulcent, alterative, anti-scorbutic, anti-syphilitic, antiseptic, anti-arthritic, glandular stimulant, nervine, laxative, anti-dyscratic, anti-catchetic, anti-putrifactive, anti-rheumatic, anti-toxic, nutrient, and vulnerary.
Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica): Astringent, fibrin solvent, anti-febrile, stimulant, anti-catarrhal, antiseptic, anti-asthmatic, tonic, diuretic. Uses include pleurisy (a specific), phthisis, pulmonary and bronchial catarrh, renal catarrh, cystitis, stomach and liver affections, mucus colitis and skin diseases (urticaria, eczema, psoriasis, pityriasis).
Nopal (Opuntia ficus indica): In traditional medicine, nopal has been used for the treatment of burns, wounds, edema, hyperlipidemia, obesity and catarrhal gastritis. Alcoholic extracts are indicated for anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, and anti-viral purposes.
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis): A most valuable cardiac tonic, acting like digitalis (but without its cumulative effect), slows the action of the heart and increases the tone of its contraction; powerfully diuretic, and one of our best remedies for dropsy with a faulty heart. It is anti-scorbutic, antiseptic, anti-syphilitic, resolvent, discutient, a laxative solvent of corns, hard growths, etc.
How To Make Green Food Plus (Capsule)
1 part Linden Flower, grounded
1 part Stinging Nettle Leaves, grounded
1 part Bladderwrack, grounded
1 part Nopal Cactus Pad, grounded
Direction For Making The Capsules
(1). Sift the powdered Herbs thoroughly several times until it is thoroughly blended, then fill into size “00” capsules.
Dose: 2 capsules 2 times a day, before meals, with a glass of water.
(2). Take 1/2 teaspoonful of the powdered Herbs mixed in a half glass of water, 2 times a day.
(3). Take 1/2 teaspoonful of the powdered Herbs in a little honey or agave, and drink a glass of water after it, 2 times a day.
** At one point Lily of the Valley was added to the list of herbs in the Green Food Plus. If you use Lily of the Valley, use 1/4 part Lily of the Valley, grounded
Molecules 2014, 19, 14879-14901; doi:10.3390/molecules190914879. Nopal Cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica) as a Source of Bioactive Compounds for Nutrition, Health and Disease Advanced Course in Herbology By Dr. Edward Shook
Elementary Treatise in Herbology By Dr. Edward E. Shook
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