Fire Cider is a natural health tonic to boost your immune system and to fight off colds and flu including Man Flu.
FIRE CIDER RECIPE
500ml (1 Pint) of Apple Cider Vinegar in a sterilized jar
Add to the jar
1/8 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
Black pepper 1/16 Teaspoon
I Tablespoon Thyme leaves
1 hot chilly chopped (I am using a dehydrated chilly)
1 diced Lemon with skins
1/8 cup Horseradish
1/4 cup Ginger
1/4 Cup Turmeric
1 brown Onion
1 head of Garlic
The amounts are variable depending on what you like and what is available in the garden and in the pantry.
Top up with apple cider vinegar to fill jar, if required.
Put lid on, shake daily and store in a dark place like the pantry for 2 to 4 weeks.
Strain out the solids
To the liquid, mix in Raw Organic, unheated local Honey to your taste ( I used 2 large spoonfuls)
Rebottle and shake before use.
Cheers to good health
Oh and Don't try to talk for a minute after you've had a shot...…. It's Spicy!
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