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Download My Free 75 Powerful Therapeutic Juices for Specific Health Conditions' ebook!  

As a juicer, this is fantastic information, clearly organized and the information provided is thoughtful and useful.

~ Mark P.

  • Simple: All recipes contain no more than six ingredients, which means no long shopping lists or preparations. The only tools you will need are a juicer and a knife.
  • Effective: The recipes use potent therapeutic leafy greens, roots, and herbs that begin working in the body instantaneously. All juices are formulated in a way to help you achieve your health goals faster.
  • Easy-to-follow: All sections are organized by health conditions, allowing you to navigate the ebook with ease and get to the right recipe quickly. Every recipe features a picture of the ingredients needed and their actual proportions.

Juices for 20+ common health ailments

Learn specific juice formulations that help to:

  • Clear the skin
  • Relieve menstrual cramps
  • Cleanse the liver
  • Alleviate headaches
  • Normalize thyroid function
  • Strengthen eyesight
  • Reduce mucus
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Regenerate the joints
  • Cleanse the gallbladder
  • Purify the blood
  • Balance cholesterol levels
  • Overcome iron deficiency
  • Aid in sleep & relaxation
  • Rejuvenate the prostate
  • Restore circulation
  • Rejuvenate the pancreas
  • Aid digestion
  • Relieve heartburn
  • Strengthen immunity
  • Normalize blood pressure

About the author

Akin Olokun is an herbalist. In 2010, he opened Earth's Healing Café, which became one of Chicago's first establishments to carry raw, organic cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies, live food, and herbal remedies. Later, in 2014, the company grew to two locations–on Chicago’s North Side, and in the heart of the busy city.

Akin was born on a farm in the beautiful mountains of Southern Poland. His grandfather was a beekeeper who cultivated medicinal plants, flowers, and fruits. Akin spent his childhood playing in the garden, climbing trees, and picking berries and other native foods. | More