• sammiz

Corona-what? Immune-boosting FIRE TONIC

Instead if feeding the fear of corona virus, I would fully encourage that you look for ways to boost your immune system. There are so many wonderful ways that you can do this.


Here are some of my suggestions for a healthy immune system. Balanced gut microbiome. A house full of fermented foods. Fresh air. Salty hair. Sun on my skin. Nutrient dense foods. Herbs. Colloidal Silver. Essential oils. Kangen water. Healy personal bioresonance frequency device. Laughter. Gratitude.





Fire Tonic, or fire cider is great to support your digestive fire and your immune system. I find that just a 30ml shot or two is enough to keep any nasty bugs at bay.


You will need.

1-2 L Raw Apple Cider Vinegar (AVC), or kombucha vinegar


1 part each: (all or some of the herbs below, mix them up and use what you have available to you)

Chilli

Garlic

Ginger

Turmeric

Rosemary

Cinnamon quill

Dried olive leaves

2-4 cloves

1 tsp liquorice root

1 tsp juniper berries

1 tsp nigella seeds (black seeds or black cumin)

a whole lemon, chopped






Process.

Chop herbal ingredients and place into your jar.

Cover your herbs with ACV or kombucha vinegar.

Secure lid on your jar.


Your tonic will need to infuse for approx. 2-6 weeks.


Shake it gently every couple of days for 2-6 weeks while it infuses.


After 2-6 weeks, strain liquid into a clean bottle, discarding the herbs (or, they can be re-used for a second round of tonic.)


Refrigerate, unopened, for up to 12 months. Once opened, the tonic will last for 6–9 months in the fridge.









Usage.

For health maintenance, take 10-30mls (neat) 1-2 times per day.

For acute colds and flu etc, 10-30mls can be taken 6 times per day.



Other ways to enjoy fire tonic.


As a warm drink served with hot water and honey. Delicios!


As a cool drink with mineral water and lime juice


Use in a salad dressing


as a marinade for meat.







Stay healthy and happy!


xxx Sammi


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