All Natural Herbal Magic Juice
 Great for Cholesterol

I'm a big fan of natural foods and things that are naturally good for one's health . Besides allergies, I had never had any real health issues until last year. My blood results came back with a triglyceride level almost four times what it was supposed to be.

Considering I'm not a big sugar eater, my doctor was quite concerned about this. Not only were my triglycerides high, my B12 levels were well below the lowest norm. It certainly explained the fatigue and other strange issues that I had been experiencing, and since my diet was better than it had ever been, my doctor decided that my health issues all boiled down to stress.

Even though I had been taking oral B12 supplements, my body was not absorbing the vitamin and my doctor immediately put me on B12 shots. I started noticing a difference within the first week. But she was still concerned about my triglyceride levels and had me taking fish oil and red rice yeast supplements. Then I stumbled upon Magic Juice.

One weekend, my husband and I took a little trip one weekend to buy some produce from our local farmers. There was Jim Feldott, the Magic Man himself, giving out samples his homemade Magic Juice remedy. It wasn't so bad mixed with tomato juice; in fact, it was almost like tasting a healthy bloody Mary. Looking at the ingredients and talking to Jim, he had us sold and we bought our very first bottle of Magic Juice.

During the first week, Jim recommends taking his product twice a day - just two capfuls at each dose. Jim's Magic Juice certainly worked on cleaning out the impurities for both my husband and myself, and by the fourth or fifth day both of us were noticing a tremendous difference in our energy levels. After the first week, as Jim recommends, we only take Magic Juice once a day. When we ran out we noticed a huge difference in the way we felt.

After about three or four months of taking Jim's Magic Juice, I went back to the doctor to find out my updated triglyceride levels. I was shocked to hear that my levels had "magically" gone from almost four times above what they were supposed to be back to normal levels! My doctor was thrilled and thought it was attributed to the fish oil (which was something I kept forgetting to take). I told her that it was Magic Juice, and she said, "Whatever works, keep doing it!"

Now I am a big advocate of Magic Juice and I tell everyone about it, especially if they are experiencing some ailing health issues. If you want to find out more about Magic Juice, see Jim's flyer below.
 
From http://susannahartigan.blogspot.com/2010/03/all-natural-herbal-magic-juice-great.html

MAGIC JUICE

The giant man with the beard leaned over his table at the farmer’s market. In his beefy paw, Jim Feldott held a bottle. It’s label made a mighty claim – he was selling ‘Magic Juice.’   “It’s all natural,” said the promoter.
“It’s good for you,” said the researcher.
“It’ll boost your energy,” said the cottage industrialist.

According to this creative Oak Hill resident, when it came to his health about seven years ago, the wheels were falling off.  “I don’t know what happened,” said Mr. Feldott. “All of a sudden, I had gout. I had reflux. I had a bunch of stuff all at once.”

So he went to his doctor, but didn’t like his options. “All they want to do is either cut you open or put you on some kind of medicine,” said Mr. Feldott.

Not necessarily a believer in “alternative” medicine, nonetheless, the jack of all trades got to work on something that would make him feel better.

“I did my homework,” said Mr. Feldott, “I knew there were combinations of vegetables and herbs that might hold the key.”  So, for the next five years, the Charlie Daniels look-alike fiddled around. He would try one combination of vinegar and veggies – and then another.

“I call this generation of middle-aged baby boomers the ‘chemical generation,’” said Mr. Feldott. “We’ve gone through our entire lives surrounded by a cloud of chemicals – all meant to make our lives better. Right.”

With a chuckle, Mr. Feldott told of patient family members – like his wife, Virginia, who tried batch after batch of not-so magic juice before he came up with the winning combo.   “They’d see me coming, and they’d start running!”

But after close to a half-decade of research and development, they slowed down. According to the farmer’s market pitch man, he’s made Magic Juice ‘believers’ out of his family – and many others.

“I’ve had very few people who’ve come back and say ‘it hasn’t done anything.’ Those are usually very healthy people to begin with.”  Through trial and error, Mr. Feldott recommends two, shot-glass-size servings a day for a week.

On weekdays, you’ll find Mr. Feldott in his Edgewater research lab/processing kitchen, preparing the next batch of Magic Juice.  “In order to make one batch, it takes 700 pounds of fresh, raw vegetables – plus many gallons of high-end apple cider vinegar. I never cook it, so it has the highest nutritional value of anything you’ll ever drink.” After processing, the juice and mash are separated, with the juice going into the specially designed plastic bottles. The dehydrated mash becomes a powdered seasoning blend.

“There’s virtually no waste,” said the beaming entrepreneur.  The Magic Juice has a bit of a “kick,” but Mr. Feldott said, “It grows on you.”

On weekends, the modern-day medicine show man peddles his Magic Juice, first at New Smyrna Beach’s Farmers Market on Canal Street each Saturday morning. Sundays, the hearty salesman makes his way down to Oak Hill’s Farmers Market.

“Magic Juice is available in 16 other health food outlets,” crowed Mr. Feldott, “but I like to meet the customers, so I actually prefer to sell the Magic Juice myself.”

He’s proud to say Magic Juice isn’t sold over the Internet. The southeast Volusia home remedy isn’t even advertised there.  “I’m old-school,” said Mr. Feldott. “It’s not about flash, it’s about function and I swear by Magic Juice. You drink it, you’ll feel better.”

He said Magic Juice is fully guaranteed. “I put my phone number on every single bottle. Can you think of one other product that does that?”

The juice goes for $15 a bottle. The businessman claimed it a small price for feeling better.

“I’m on a mission,” said the gentle giant, “to make Florida feel better, one bottle at a time.”

From http://homegrown.locallygrown.net/growers/show/868

Jim Feldott's Herbal All Natural
MAGIC JUICE

I met Jim Feldott in February 2011 and had a shot of his Magic Juice.  I'm used to apple cider vinegar and fresh ginger, so I was prepared for the kick.  I wasn't prepared for it to be so delicious.  I bought a bottle on the spot, and use it as a salad dressing with olive oil on fresh organic greens, as well as shooting a half shot of it with a water chaser a few tiems a day.   I have read the literature and I'm a believer.

Jim told me he didn't have a computer and he didn't have a website, although one is in the works at http://herbalmagicjuice.org .  Until then, I wanted to help get the word out about him and his Magic Juice, hence this webpage.  Read the benefits below.  I already knew of the extraordinary health benefits of the ingredients he uses, but frankly, the taste  -- and his engaging personality -- is what sold me.

Andrea de Michaelis
Publisher, Horizons Magazine
Creator of  smile-village.com and
Goddess Grub, my healthy eating website 


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