Where can I buy from the EXACT SAME companies that Dr. Richard Schulze orders from for his Superfood ingredients? In other words, what are the names/website links of the companies that Dr. Schulze gets his superfood ingrediants? Where can I obtain this information? At http://www.shepherds-rod.org/HEAL/profile.html, his students were told by him where they could order the Superfood ingrediants. Are there any students from Dr. Schulze out there that would like to share this information? What is the material from him I can order from to get this information? Thank you so much!!
I already know where he gets the Non-Active Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Nutritional yeast from finding this link: http://curezone.com/forums/m.asp?f=48&i=406
"...Red Star Yeast, the company that manufactures the “nutritional yeast” for Dr. Schulze’s SuperFood,.."
Here are the rest of the ingredients in Superfood:
Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, Chlorella Algae, Alfalfa Grass, Barley Grass, Wheat Grass, Purple Dulse Seaweed, Beet Root, Spinach Leaf, Rose Hips, Orange and Lemon Peels
Wouldn't that be like a trade secret? Why would you want that information? Do you think you could you could produce it for that much less ... and if so ...how much less? I know he, as well as other reputables, are very picky in the quality and organic origin of ingredients and the process can't be to inexpensive either.
The reason why I need to know is so I can pay in bulk so I can afford to pay for my whole family, I have no desire to steal from people's businesses. It has nothing to do with making money only saving money! I am just interested in finding a cheap, reliable organic source with a great reputation for these ingredients. It doesn't HAVE to be from Dr. Schulze , but I trust him. I am especially interested in finding Spirulina and Seaweed!!
Well ... I kinda thought so ... that it was a "savings" situation. Would it help if you could get these AND/or similar products at or near wholesale. In otherwords, 30%-40% OFF? Is that comparable to the savings that you are looking for/need to provide your family with these products?
If so .. and you'd like to save lots of $$$ like myself and others here at curezone are doing ... on the products you are looking for ... then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to email you back all pertinent information to get in on the wholesale deal of my little "Co-Op". Ask around if you like,
I'm sure there are some around here that can vouch .
So ... Question, what would you estimate the savings to be in making your own? Percentage wise, just out of curiosity, and taking into consideration not only money, but time as well?
I have the "Save Your Life" videos as well and have done some Tonic and Cayenne Tinctures ... but wondering on the other stuff, specifically like Superfood. And on the Superfood, don't you have to use special drying equipment ... or what do you use?
I considered making it - I would just buy everything already dried. I bought dulse powder from Pacific Botanicals for another use, and would buy each powder, mix them together and store. I seems very easy. I haven't focused on it yet, one reason is that PB requires a lb min for each item, and I might end up with too much SuperFood to use - I would need a way to keep it fresh.
Well, that's what I meant. We're getting it at wholesale now ... and I'm just wondering what the effective cost savings would be for any of us to make our own, taking into consideration time and proper equipment. So even buying in the bulk quantities ... what would you or anybody else guess-timate savings to be. A fraction? 50%, 30% ... 10% ???
I'm really curious ... does anyone have any idea??? That is,
a home-based personal type quantity?
Hi guys, my question is, does anyone know the formula for the super food, ie. how many parts of each ingredient? I have made some of my own herb products using Dr. Schulze and Dr, Christopher's formulas. All is well I remain in His grip A. J.
I've made a couple of batches of superfood for family and friends. The first batch I made was in one pound increments of the ingredients. The last batch I made was in five pound ingredients.
Making it in one pound increments of the ingredients, you can make the 14 ounce container for about $13. Making it in 5 pound increments of the ingredients, you can make it for about $11.50. Costs include freight.
My sources were Pacific Botanicals and Blessed Herbs and..., another source (spacing the name). I got the chlorella from Blessed Herbs and everything else from Pacific Botanicals. I looked long and hard for the non-fortified version of the nutritional yeast. I could buy it from the manufacturer, Red Star (Lessafre-sp?) in 50 pound increments, but I didn't want to do that. I found a downstream distributor who would sell it to me in smaller increments, but it was powdered instead of the large flake version that Schulze uses.
I also made up 15 pounds of detox tea for the equivalent of $5.60 per six ounce bag.
Tinctures are where the real savings are, from a cash outlay perspective. Including buying the bottle, most tinctures can be made for $3-4 per 2 ounce bottle. Some are cheaper, some a little more. My cayenne tincture, with the 150,000+ HU from Pacific Botanicals, mixed at a 1:5 weight/volume ratio is WAYYY HOTTER than the cayenne tincture I purchased from Schulze, and Schulze's was of very good quality.