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Dandelion is more than just a weed. This plant has a wealth of natural resources that promote health providing a source of potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and vitamins A,B,C and D. The roots and leaves of the dandelion herb can be used to enhance indigestion, improve bowel function, stimulate appetite, dissolve kidney stones and promote gastrointestinal health. This herb positively impacts the liver.
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Horseradish is a bitter herb used to dissolve mucous in the sinus cavity and throughout the body. It acts as a solvent and cleanser of abnormal mucus. Horseradish root has also been used for indigestion, putrefaction in the digestive tract, lung problems, coughs and asthma.
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Cucumbers contain a great amount of water and therefore help regulate body temperature and body processes by carrying nutrient-rich water to the cells and carrying waste from the cells. Cucumbers are high in potassium, sulfur and manganese.
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Celery juice corrects blood acidosis, dissolves deposits of inorganic calcium in joints, and provides the organic calcium required for repair of damaged ligaments and bones. Res celery contains more than four times as much vital organic sodium as it does calcium making it one of the most valuable juices for people with high blood sugar.
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Raw parsley enhances oxygen metabolism, stimulates adrenal secretions, cleanses the blood, dissolves sticky deposits in veins and help to maintain healthy blood vessels. Parsley, and herb, is an excellent food for the kidneys and bladder.
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