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Do You Have Expensive Pee?

December 15, 2009

Are you tired of spending lots of money on vitamins that don’t seem to make a difference? I know how you feel. Most bottled vitamins are very hard for your body to process. In fact, it’s so common for vitamins to not break down at all that there is a saying: “I have really expensive pee.” Yellow, yellow, smelly vitamins down the drain. That means your body is not digesting them and they’re going right through you.

Have you ever thought about mixing your own vitamins? It’s not as difficult as you might think. If your body can digest food, it can also digest herbs. Unlike many vitamins, herbs act as food to your body and are easily digestible. You can choose the herbs according to your needs and make your daily vitamins easily, quickly, and at a fraction of the cost of bottled vitamins.

I am going to show you how to mix up my favorite daily vitamins in a smoothie. If you go to our website at, you can learn how to make and take your daily vitamins in herbal form. From choosing herbs that are right for you to making tinctures, infusion, capsules, and more, you will find that it’s all so easy—and loads of fun. This mix will make enough to last two to four months:

1/2 pound of each, all powdered herbs:
Ginkgo—Brain food, makes you smart
Eleuthero (Siberian ginseng root)—An energy booster and stress reliever
Oat straw—Nutritious, high in calcium
Bilberry—Strengthen the eyes and veins
Hawthorn—Strengthen the heart
Dandelion root—Blood purifier

Mix all six herbs together by putting them in a 1.5 gallon zip lock bag, or a clean trash bag, close the top of the bag up, and shake. Let sit for 10 minutes, then pour into a clean glass jar and cover with lid. Keep in the cabinet, out of sun, moisture, or heat. Makes 3 pounds of Herba-Smoothie-Mix!

1 rounded teaspoon of Herba-Smoothie-Mix
1 cup frozen fruit
(my favorite frozen fruit right now is blueberries)
1/2 cup plain yogurt
(any brand will work, homemade is best)
1 cup juice (my favorite is orange or mango)
Honey if you like; I don’t think it even needs it.


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15 comments on “Do You Have Expensive Pee?”

  1. Humm… that is something to think about. Would rather spend $20 at your site than $4.95 per box on chewables with iron that don’t seem to help. By the way, my kids LOVE smoothies! Will you include a recipe for homemade yogurt, please? I have done it before but would like a better recipe. Thanks for keeping us healthy! Merry Christmas you guys!

  2. I found a website by dr. jay gordon. He says that siberian ginseng is not a “true” ginseng. As a result the things that you read about ginseng–the negative properties that have been found with pregnant and nursing moms are not present in the siberian ginseng and is therefore safe to use.

  3. Bree, my daughter and husband suffer from excema. We had good luck with cod-liver oil (internally) and also, bathing more often than is recommended. Warm water, just enough to soak off the “patches”, and wipe with washcloth. Dry thoroughly. Check out for fantastic non-irritating, 100% natural soaps. No other soap is more natural–none. Their baby bar is unscented and specially pH balanced. The soapmaker is a friend of mine and I can vouch for his production of a fine product. His lotions are the only product tolerated by my sensitive-skinned family–ask for his “stick” for sensitive skin. Good luck, e-mail me if you like, [email protected]

  4. there is a great website that you can join for ten dollars a month, can unsubscribe anytime that has probably thousands of dollars worth of herbalist seminars and videos by professional herbalists. It is not christian, so you have to eat the chicken and spit out some bones here and there but it is a wealth of info., and subscribing for a year costs less than a weekend seminar would.