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Old 05-26-2007, 10:23 PM   #11
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Green is basic to life. Loaded with chlorophyll it helps the body to heal itself.

I take a product every day that is made from young barley grass plants. It is grown in N. Canada, juiced, then sprayed dried w/o heat. I just mix it in water or juice. I get concentrated nutrients in it.

It is such a part of my daily routine, I couldn't get along without it. Hence, the name Green Lady.

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Old 05-26-2007, 10:43 PM   #12
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I was nicknamed "Reanie" in high school...... however .. as I got older the name sort of went by the wayside.Then when my first nephew was learning to talk he could not say "Aunt Irene", so he would call me......... (do I dare say it)......"Aunt Weanie" ......Which then thankfully turned into..... Aunt Reanie!! ...Still smiling just thinking about it and the sweet memories it evokes- Thank you!!!!!!!

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