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DR. RICHARD SCHULZE'S Potassium broth
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DR. RICHARD SCHULZE'S Potassium broth

This is a GREAT tasting addition to your Cleansing Program. It will FLUSH your Body of TOXINS, Poisons and UNWANTED Salts and Acids, while giving you a CONCENTRATED amount of Vitamins and Minerals.
1. Fill a LARGE pot with 25% Potato peelings, 25% Carrot peelings and WHOLE chopped Beets, 25% chopped Onions, including 50 cloves of Garlic, 25% Celery and DARK Greens.
2. Add HOT Peppers to taste.
3. Add enough Distilled Water to cover the Vegetables and simmer on very LOW temperature for 1-2 hours.
4. Strain, or just dip your mug in, and drink ONLY the Broth.
5. Make enough for 2 days, refrigerating the leftover Broth.
NOTE: Put the Vegetables in your Compost. It is IMPORTANT, that you use ORGANIC Vegetables, because you do NOT want to consume ANY Toxic Insecticides, Pesticides or Inorganic Chemical Fertilizers, while you're doing a Cleansing and Detoxification Program!
NOTE: Since the Potassium Broth is a POWERFUL Electrolyte BALANCER, it must to be taken by SICK People ONLY, otherwise the Electrolytes, but especially Potassium, will QUICKLY become OUT-OF-BALANCE in the Body!

Vegetable soup:

Throw all the vegetables into 4 or more cups of purified water alonwith garlic, ginger, cinnamon stick, black pepper.

Veggies: Onions, red potato, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, bell pepper, any and all of your favorite veggies :D

I let them boil, them simmer for 15-30 mins. I add cayenne pepper right before eating and lotsa lotsa freshly squeezed organic lemon juice.




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