Legacies of Racialized Colonialism on Black Female Womb Health

Today I speak about my kale smoothie and how I connect this to combating Legacies of Racialized Colonialism on Black Female Womb Health. My kale smoothie recipe is posted after the video. I also include my Purple Queen Womb Drink too.

Kale Smoothie

1.5 tbsp of Spirulina
1/2 tsp of ground ginger root powder or 1 oz of fresh ginger juice
1 tsp of chlorella
3 leaves of kale
1 medium avocado
1 kiwi
1 tbsp of flaxseed oil.
20 ounce of water (more if the blender won’t blend it easily)
Blend everything except the flaxseed oil for 2 minutes. Poor into glass and then stir in your 1bsp of flaxseed oil. I take my time drinking it.

Not everyone can handle raw kale or even red cabbage. I suggest adding ginger for digestion. Remember, this worked for me, but everyone is different. You may want to cut everything in 1/2 (except the water ) if you are worried about how you will digest this.

Purple Queen Womb Love

In 32 oz of water put in blender:
1.5 c of purple cabbage shredded
1 ounce of fresh ginger juice
1/8 c of lemon juice
Pour into glass and add 1 tbsp of flaxseed oil (try not to add flax seed oil in the blender while it is on because it gets too hot and destroys the nutritional qualities of the essential fatty acids, so I usually stir it).

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