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Welles Press

Welles Press
Welles Press
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Welles Press: The People's Press

Pressing the pulp that comes out of any juicer will yield more juice of a much higher quality for optimum healing qualities. Combined with a Champion Juicer used as a grinder you can obtain Norwalk quality juice at a fraction of the cost. Both the tray and press plate remove for easy cleaning. Comes with a cloth for holding pulp.

Why Press Juice?

Pressing Reclaims Lost Nutrients from Vegetable Pulp

The pulp from organic vegetables is too valuable to be discarded! Pressing actually releases vitamins, minerals and enzymes that literally "bind" to the pulp. The 210 lb. hydraulic press separates these bioavailable nutrients which act as powerful healing agents by dramatically improving red blood cell function. The "live" enzymes renew the tissues of the body.

Allows Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables to be Realized

The healing forces of these "best of vegetables" can only be achieved through pressing.

Regeneration and Immune Enhancement

Juice pressing heals disease through regeneration of the cells. Immunity comes form the soils. Pressing vegetable juices releases the immune regenerative forces of the land.

This advanced homeopathic product purifies and increases the vital forces of the vegetables. The pressed juice from the vital vegetables is quickly assimilated and produces a surprising energy lift. This vital energy is used to heal the body.

Just a note from Alive & Well on our experience with the Welles Press....we have been juicing since January 1, 1986. Once we started using the Press, we found we obtain 1 more quart of juice from the pulp leftover after making 2 quarts of juice. So depending on whether we make 1 or 2 gallons of juice each day, that adds up to either 2 quarts or 1 gallon a day extra juice for us that used to go out into the compost heap!

Welles Press Schematic

  • Constructed of White Powder-Coated Steel with Stainless Steel Splash Plate
  • Shipped Broken Down
  • Easily Assembled in Minutes
  • Dimensions 14" High, 9" Wide, 9" Deep
  • Weight" 26 Pounds

Accessories Included with Press:

  • Instructions on Pressing
  • 2 Pressing Cloths

Welles Press Tray with Pulp in Cloth

How to Press Juice

Take the pulp which is normally discarded and place in the supplied pressing cloth. Fold cloth over pulp and place on tray. Raise tray up by pumping the handle up and down for 10-15 seconds. Juice will flow into collecting jar, ready to drink.

Clean-up is Simple
Slide the tray and press plate out and rinse these two in warm water. The cloth should also be rinsed in warm water and put into the freezer to keep sterile.

Percent of extra juice extracted from pulp of major juicers:
Juiceman 33% to 55%

Omega/Acme 15%-30%
The volume is not as great here. Quality is dramatically improved.

Champion 40%-55%
If you haven't already bought a juicer, get this one for the reasons mentioned in the tape.

History of Juice Pressing

Juice pressing was originally popularized by Dr. Norman Walker in the early 1900's. He believed in juice pressing, bowel cleansing and proper food eaten in the right combinations to regain and maintain good health. He much preferred pressing juice as opposed to centrifugal spinning as the means to get this vital essence out of the vegetables. In his times of soil depletion, he felt it was essential to press juice to stay well. Dr. Walker lived to be 114!

Dr. Max Gersen seized upon Dr. Walker's truths and used juice pressing, coffee enemas*, thyroid and liver support and diet as the foundation of his disease treatment. This represented treatment in its pure form - healing through regeneration. To this day, Gerson's clinic still has one of the highest chronic "incurable" disease cure rates.

These two great men attest to the benefits of juice pressing! Now the soils are worse than ever, contributing to these immune deficient times. Pressing with it rejuvenative effects is truly a health survival tool!

*Green drink or wheat grass juice implants are far superior to coffee enemas.

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