We’ve all been there. You’re feeling run down, under the weather, and you just can’t seem to get out of bed. Perhaps for added insult to injury, your alarm didn’t go off and now you’re late to school or work. Your nose is running, and you fervently try to tell yourself that you’re fine, but… in reality, not so much. Being sick is no fun, and now more than ever, people are trying for more natural remedies to help them kill their cold and nip it in the bud.
Being sick is no fun, and now more than ever, people are trying for more natural remedies to help them kill their cold and nip it in the bud.
This why exactly how Lisa Dawn Angerame created her powerful Fermented Fire Cider.
Her recipe was inspired by a drink she had with her husband while outside, and she decided to recreate it at home in batches! The best part? It’s easy to go down, unlike the typically harsh nature of immunity-boosting shots. She likes taking a teaspoon a day to give her body a little kick and to fight off any illnesses. It has powerful ingredients such as turmeric, ginger, horseradish root, oranges, and lemon. There is a substance in turmeric called curcumin that is said to reduce inflammation and the effects of rheumatoid arthritis. It has a long history of medicinal uses in many parts of the world. It’s a feel-better elixir in a glass, and incredibly easy to make at home. Horseradish root has antioxidative properties and gives a spicy kick to the cider. Throw in some ginger for an extra inflammatory boost and you got yourself a super cider.
Is this your first time experimenting with home-made remedies? Never fear, check out our Tonics to see what would be right for you, and of course, always talk to your doctor if you have any allergies.
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