"For the life of the flesh is in the blood..." Lev. 17:11
Blood represents life. Blood carries nourishment, strength, and warmth to every part of the body, and carries away all that harms and destroys. In like manner, the blood of Jesus through his sacrifice represents life to the sin sick soul. Romans 6:23, tells us that the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. God's gift, if received through obedience of his word , is to free us from our just reward because of sin-death.
Blood Builder Protocol
use 64 ounces of grape juice,
add 1/3 cup of each raisins, prunes, apricots,
add one cup of blackstrap molasses.
Let sit overnight. Then refrigerate the next day.
Take 4 ounces 3 times daily.
You can use mixture twice, just add more grape juice.
Foods high in iron:
Legumes: lentils, soybeans, tofu, tempeh, lima beans
Grains: quinoa, fortified cereals, brown rice, oatmeal
Nuts and seeds: pumpkin, squash, pine, pistacio, sunflower, cashews, unhulled sesame
Vegetables: tomato sauce, collard greens,
Other: blackstrap molasses, prune juice, peanut butter
Foods that reduce iron:
Milk or dairy products
Poke, rhubarb, spinach, sorrel, swiss chard, chocolate, cocoa, cashews and soda
High fiber foods
additives in bakery goods, soft drinks, candy, beer, ice cream, and many packaged foods
Coffee & Black Tea
Medicinal drugs (many destroy vitamin E and cause anemia.)
Some insecticides (make sure to wash your fruits and vegetables thoroughly to remove any insecticide residue)
Food additives and artificial sweeteners
Try to combine nonheme iron foods with vitamin C (for example, a glass of orange juice) to increase absorption of iron.