Friday, February 1, 2013

Berry Herbal Brew {FabHealthFriday}


 
{Hola amigas y amigos!}
 
Todayyyyy, I have the privilege to talk to all you fabulous people about something really amazing in the realm of natural health and herbalism.
 
What is it?
 
None other than the famous Berry Herbal Brew from The Bulk Herb Store!
 
This powerhouse of nutritional goodness contains Indian gooseberry, Bilberry fruit, Bilberry leaf, pomegranate, fig leaf, and grape leaf powder.
 
Short Description:
(taken from bulkherbstore.com)
 
Berry Herbal Brew is a unique blend of specially formulated ingredients that combine during the fermentation process to release their healthful benefits, including antiviral, antimicrobial, and very high antioxidant properties. The herbs are useful in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, inflammation, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, liver function and eye health. The combination of nutrients and elements help prevent vision and eye problems, improve brain function, balance digestion, are a good source of vitamin E and C, very strong in anti-cancer actions, improve heart disease, as well as help degenerative nerve diseases, viral infections and mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease.
 
  (You can learn more about the incredible, miraculous results of taking this blend in Debi Pearl's The Vision book.)
 
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Soooo, Mom bought two pounds of this and I made up a batch. It takes a minimum of 3 weeks to ferment and from then on, you can take 3 oz. of it every day if you want! (That is the recommendation, for adults and older kids/teens. Kids should only take 1 oz./1/8 cup.)
I put it in several glass Mason jars...two half-gallon, and one quart-sized. I would suggest that if you decide to make up your own batch, consider making TONS of it. Meaning, buy at least several pounds or more and make it in bulk. If you have a large family this stuff goes really quick!
 
I will warn you, that this is nothing to mess around with. The fermentation process renders it a bit alcoholic, so don't take any more than 3 ounces/3/8 cup of it daily. And as stated above, kids don't need to have any more than 1 oz. daily. 
The taste? Woah. Let's just say....it's STRONGGGGG. Strong as in you get a strange, numbing sensation in your throat as it travels down the esophagus. It almost takes your breath away.
 
But from my experience, it is the stronger, more unpleasant-tasting things which are the best for your body. Garlic. Apple cider vinegar. Oil pulling. Cold tinctures.
 
I was immediately interested in the Berry Herbal Brew when I saw it, primarily because BHS said it helped with getting better eyesight. My eyesight isn't horrible, and I can see just fine without corrective lenses of any kind, but at the same time my vision isn't 20/20.
 
So I have been looking for way to improve my vision, naturally.
 
But there are so many other benefits that come with drinking the Berry Herbal Brew. I have heard amazing stories from people who have used it, and can't wait to see the effects in my own body and my family's bodies as well.
 
If you want to purchase your own Berry Herbal Brew mix, or get more information, visit here.
 
Have a blessed weekend!
 
 
 
 

7 comments:

  1. ~cool recipe!! Thanks for sharing ^^ Maybe I`ll try it out when I don't feel lazy xD

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  2. Wow. That does a lot of things! It's made by the Pearl's isn't it?

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    1. Yes! Their daughter Shoshanna Easling is the one who sells it.

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  3. I'm not trying to be crude but has anyone experienced a certain increase in sexual nature within a few minutes after drinking it? I have my moments where I am in the mood but most times I'm just too tired to enjoy anything of that nature. Please don't think I am trying to be nasty here. I'm just interested in hearing if anyone else gets the same feeling.

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    1. Please if to not think this answer strange to some question, but is this increase a thing of people feel good to be talking about in a universal setting? To seem with me as though better to not ask on a open place.

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  4. What if you don't let it sit to ferment but you just steep it like regular tea and drink it that way?

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    1. I do not believe it will be as good for you.

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