7 Dr. Sebi Approved Herbs Rich Iron For Sickle Cell Anemia With 2 Packs of Sea Moss
Burdock Root, Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, Elderberry, Chickweed, Nettle Leaf, Dandelion Leaf
2 Packs Sea Moss - Instructions to make sea moss gel can be found on the package of sea moss (use separately from the herbs)
Method 1:(Preferred method-herbs only)
Mix herbs thoroughly in an herb grinder to make powder. The herbs can be ground together. Make 500 mg capsules or mix quarter-teaspoon doses of powder per cup of water. Take 3 times per day.
Method 2: (herbs only)
Add 1 tablespoon of each herb to a pot with 3 cups of spring water.
Bring to a boil for 3-5 minutes or until the liquid is brown in color.
Remove from heat and cover with lid until cool (contents may be hot).
Use a small strainer to strain into a mug or container.
Drink one cup of tea three times per day. Makes 3 cups.
Tea can be stored in a covered container at room temperature for up to 3 days.
Consume at least 2 to 3 tablespoons of sea moss gel per day. Sea moss gel can be added to smoothies, salad dressings, soups, porridge, etc. Consume these herbs and sea moss gel while eating only from the Dr. Sebi nutritional guide for best results.
It is the deprivation of iron fluorine. Sickle Cell Anemia is when the blood plasma has broken down by mucous into a sickle. Mucous sinks into the plasma, into the cell itself, breaks and disunites the cell. Removing the mucous the cell unites again. To maintain that level, you have to feed the patient large doses of iron phosphate. Not ferrous oxide.
Through this approach, Dr. Sebi has been successful in reversing diseases for decades such as AIDS, cancer, lupus, diabetes, and other "incurable" pathologies. If a food is not listed, it is strongly recommended that during your therapeutic treatment, you do not eat it.
Then you start feeding the body with iron phosphate below you find a list of alkaline herbs that rich in iron
Anamu (Guinea Hen Weed),
Callaloo (Amaranth, Jamaican Callaloo)
Concansa (Cancansa, Red Willow Bark, Cansasa)
Lily of the Valley Sarsasparilla
Sarsil Berry-berry from the plant of the sarsasparilla.
Sea Vegetables / Sea Weeds (eg. Seamoss, Bladderwrack, Wakame, Dulse, Arame, Hijiki, Nori)