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Cilantro Pesto Detox
This Cilantro Pesto is an excellent detox for pulling out the excess toxic minerals out of the body’s cells and eliminating them from the body all together.
It is easy to make and tastes great.
Try it on sourdough toast, pasta, rice or a baked potato for just a few ideas.
Two teaspoons of this pesto daily for three weeks is purportedly enough to increase the urinary excretion of mercury, lead, iron, copper and aluminum, thus effectively removing these toxic metals from your body.
Learn more about the importance of detoxing the hidden minerals that cause an excess of unwanted minerals leading to a decline in mental ability by reading, “How Petroleum Products Degenerate the Brain and Promote Cancer”.
I recommend using this recipe for detox for three weeks at least once a year. the optimum time based on the peak season for cilantro is during the cool early spring or fall.
CILANTRO PESTO RECIPE
- 4 cloves garlic (viral and bacterial)
- 1/3 cup Brazil nuts (selenium)
- 1/3 cup sunflower seeds (cysteine)
- 1/3 cup pumpkin seeds (zinc, magnsium)
- 2 cups packed fresh cilantro (detox)
- 1/2 cup Italian parsley (detox)
- 1/3 cup flaxseed oil (omega-3)
- 1/3 cup coconut oil (omega-3)
- 1/8 t turmeric (cancer prevention and brain enhancer)
- 4 tablespoons lemon juice (vitamin-C )
- Bragg’s Liquid Aminos™
Process the cilantro, parsley, flax seed oil and coconut oil in a blender until finely chopped.
Add the garlic, nuts, and seeds, turmeric and lemon juice and mix until the mixture is finely blended into a puree paste.
Add a dash of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos to taste and blend again.
Store in dark glass jars.
This pesto freezes well, so purchase cilantro in season and fill enough jars to last through the year. You can also freeze in ice trays, pop out like ice cubes and store in freezer bags.
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