Bone Densi-Tea Soup for Bone Building – The Renegade Health Show Episode #327

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Jeff has been hanging with us up to Northern CA and has given us some good ideas for raw food recipes and meals…

This bone density soup or “bone densi-tea soup” is a combination of Jeff’s elixir skills and Annmarie’s soup making prowess.

Check it out… (promise I won’t talk over anyone 🙂 )

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Here’s the raw food recipe…


6 cups spring water
1/3 oz of Nettle Leaf
1/3 oz Oatstraw
1/3 oz Horsetail

Bone-Densi-Tea Soup

1 cup Tea
5-6 leafs of kale
1/2 large avocado
1 juice of a small lemon
3 inch Fennel
2 cloves garlic
1/2 small onion
3 large stalks of celery
sea salt to taste
cayenne to taste

For the Tea:
Combine all ingredients in pot. Heat to 145-150 for 20 min, let steep for an hour. Drain out leaves.

For Soup:
Combine all ingredients in blender, except a small handful of onions, celery, sea salt and cayenne. Blend until smooth. Add in others and briefly chopping for some chunkiness.

Thanks to Jeff for the idea 🙂

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