All the ingredients are pretty easy to get. I have most of them in my garden or cupboard and I’ll sprout some alfalfa especially for it. Watercress and kelp usually aren’t a problem to find in NZ. Considering good quality multi-vitamins cost about NZ$40 a month right now, I’m really keen to give this a go. This should only cost me the gelatine caps, or if I wanted to cut it down even further, use one of my husband’s cigarette papers to wrap it up in to swallow (not half as bad as it sounds).
88888 Disclaimer: I haven’t tried this, I don’t vouch for it. I am not a trained nutritionist, doctor, or herbalist. But since these are all things I would eat anyway, I’m willing to give it ago. 88888
Mix together and grind the following ingredients into a powder (mortar and pestle or coffee grinder). Stuff the powder into 00 gelatin capsules available at any pharmacy or health food store, and take 1 capsule 3 times a day. (Editor’s note: I’m assuming all these ingredients should be dried if you want to get it to a powder).
1/4 cup dandelion root – vitamins A, E and calcium
1/4 cup alfalfa – vitamins A, E, K, niacin and vegetable hormones
1/4 cup watercress – vitamins A, C, E, niacin, iron and fluorine
1/4 cup parsley – vitamins A, C, niacin and iron
1/4 cup rose hips – vitamin C
1/4 cup kelp – vitamins C, K and B-group, zinc, copper, calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium and iodine