Celery juice fights Epstein-Barr and Shingles viruses

Celery juice contains cluster salts, undiscovered subgroups of sodium, that bind onto neurotoxins, dermatoxins, and other viral waste, as well as what I call “Liver Troublemakers” that are not pathogen-related, and draw them out of the liver. The white blood cells of the liver’s personalized immune system also add the cluster salts to their cell membrane coatings, making them stronger, more durable, and toxic to viruses—basically, celery’s cluster salts give them a field of armor against pathogens.

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How do you make celery juice?

Celery has an incredible ability to create sweeping improvements for all kinds of health issues. Follow these easy instructions to make refreshing celery juice...
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