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Bromide Hemp Seed Milk

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Ingredients

3 cups Water
2 tablespoon Hemp Seeds
1 tablespoon Bromide Powder
about 4 Dates optional
Star Anise optional

Bromide Hemp Seed Milk

This recipe combines Dr Sebi’s bromide powder with hemp seed milk to make for a fantastic and healthy drink with anti-inflammatory properties. If you suffer from the likes of bad breath, pulmonary illnesses, respiratory issues, or dysentery this will certainly be of aid.

  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

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If you’ve tried Dr. Sebi’s Bromide Plus Powder you’ll know that it can have an unpleasant smell or aftertaste. The active ingredient being Bladderwrack (a type of seaweed) gives it a fishy or ‘ocean’ smell. This recipe is designed to make it taste much better.

Steps

1
Done

Rinse and blend the seeds

Rinse the hemp seeds and blend with 2-3 cups of water (hot or cold) until thoroughly blended. This will give you hemp seed milk.

2
Done

Prepare the dates (optional)

Remove the seeds from your dates and put in a container. For a sweeter taste use more dates. If you really have a sweet tooth I recommend using 6. However, if you like you can also leave the dates out.

3
Done

Strain the milk

Strain the hemp seed milk into a container with the dates in. This will allow your dates to soften a little before blending them.

4
Done

Blend together

Be sure to clean the grit out of your blender as you’ll likely be left with the pieces of hemp seeds at the bottom it - wash these out and wash out your strainer. Add the hemp seed milk and dates back the the blender and pulse a few times to chop the dates up. Then put your blender on to blend everything up smoothly.

5
Done
1 minute

Add Bromide Powder or Irish Moss Gel

Add 1-2 tablespoon of Dr. Sebi's Bromide Plus or the Irish Moss Gel and a dash of star anise if you want. Continue blending for another 30 seconds to a minute.

6
Done

Serve

Serve your delicious drink and enjoy hot or cold

Adonai

Born in New York to a Jamaican family, studied Tae Kwon Do at the age of 7, started cooking at 12. Following Dr. Sebi since 2014, I currently work in China as an ESL teacher, and yes, I speak Chinese.

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