A lot of people are growing greens in pots on patios and in backyard gardens.
Do you grow greens in your garden? Do you dehydrate them as I do or freeze them, as I do? I love my greens because they are just simply good for us, and there are some ways I really enjoy them. One way is by mixing in a blender the following: 1 small green apple, about 5 frozen green grapes, and a small handful of spinach with my favorite water. Sometimes I add a drop of pure therapeutic essential oil (one that says for internal use on the bottle). Otherwise, I wouldn’t add it. I love this drink. When I am not getting greens from my garden or making a smoothie, I like to supplement my diet with MultiGreen capsules-a quick and easy way to ensure I am getting the greens I really need. MultiGreens™ is a nutritious chlorophyll formula designed to boost vitality by working with the glandular, nervous, and circulatory systems.* MultiGreens is made with spirulina, alfalfa sprouts, barley grass, bee pollen, eleuthero, Pacific kelp, and therapeutic-grade essential oils.
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