"Fire Cider" recipes are old folk remedies using herbs infused in vinegar to ward off illness. Put a tablespoon or two of our Tonic in 4-6 ounces of water and chug.
Holy Basil has a rich history dating back to ancient eastern uses 3,000 years ago. Mentioned in the Rig Veda around 1500 B.C., the sacredness of holy basil was celebrated in the Purana and is highly regarded in Ayurvedic medicine. Holy basil leaves are now regarded by most countries as adaptogen herbs (anti-stress agents) and have been used widely to promote health throughout the entire body.
Echinacea A flowering plant native to North America, echinacea has dotted the American landscape in one form or another for hundreds of years. Today, echinacea remains one of America’s most beloved and widely used herbs. Natural cold remedies, cough drops, and organic supplements all cite echinacea as a key ingredient.
Skullcap may help fight cancer cells. This herb has been used as an alternative medicine to help heal inflammation, provide relief from spasms, stimulate blood flow in the pelvic region, encourage menstruation, help eliminate headaches, reduce fever, treat gout and work a sedative for relaxation. Additionally, it has been thought to treat conditions such as epilepsy, insomnia, and anxiety.
Elderflower belongs to the honeysuckle family. Elder is one of those plants surrounded by mystery, magic, and superstition. If you are a Harry Potter fan, you’ll know that a wand made of elder had the most powerful of magic! Elderflowers have an anti-inflammatory effect on the upper respiratory system when under stress from colds, flu, or sinusitis.
Yarrow It is a long-stemmed member of the sunflower family found in the wild throughout the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Native American herbal medicine makes extensive use of yarrow. Among the Micmac people of Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, the stalk was chewed or stewed to induce sweating to “break” fevers and colds.
Chamomile Considered to be one of the most ancient and versatile medicinal herbs known to mankind, dried chamomile flowers have numerous, widespread health implications thanks to their high level of disease-fighting antioxidants like terpenoids and flavonoids. As an effective alternative medicine with almost no known negative side effects, chamomile has been used for nearly 5,000 years in standardized tea, herbal extract and cosmetic forms to promote tranquility, vitality, a youthful appearance, and longevity.
Peppermint is native to Europe and is a natural hybrid of spearmint and water mint. The herb is easy to grow in moist soil and is commonly cultivated around the world for its many applications in food and medicine. The world’s most familiar “mint scent” is the aroma of peppermint. The oil of peppermint offers its cool, refreshing flavor and unmistakable aroma to a wide variety of foods and beverages.
Rosemary was considered sacred by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and Hebrews and is much more than an aromatic herb that tastes good on potatoes and roasted lamb. It is also one of the most powerful herbs and essential oils on the planet. Native to the Mediterranean, the wooded evergreen has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years to improve memory, soothe digestion, and relieve muscle aches and pains.
Lemon is a good source of vitamin C, an important nutrient that’s been linked to increased immune health. In fact, gram for gram, there is about the same amount of vitamin C in lemon vs. orange. Not only that, but lemons are also loaded with antioxidants that can help fight inflammation and promote improved immunity.
Turmeric the main spice in the Indian dish curry is arguably the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease. Turmeric benefits include so many healing properties that currently there are over 10,000 peer-reviewed articles published proving turmeric benefits, especially one of its renowned healing compounds, curcumin. Arguably, the most powerful aspect of curcumin is its ability to control inflammation.
Ginger The Chinese and Indians have used ginger tonics to treat ailments for over 4,700 years, and it was a priceless commodity during the Roman Empire trade around the coming of Christ because of its medicinal properties. It’s actually part of the plant family that includes turmeric and cardamom, which may explain why the health benefits of ginger are so extraordinary.
Cayenne Pepper benefits are numerous and effective; it’s used to help digestion, including healing upset stomach, slow intestinal gas, stop stomach pain, stop diarrhea and as a natural remedy for cramps. It’s also used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels – including to improve poor circulation, reverse excessive blood clotting, lower high cholesterol and prevent heart disease.
Apple Cider Vinegar is made from apple cider that has undergone fermentation to form health-promoting probiotics and enzymes, giving it significantly less sugar and fewer calories than apple cider or apple juice. In fact, it only takes one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to take advantage of the health benefits of apple cider vinegar and each tablespoon clocks in at just 3–5 calories and contains minimal sugar.
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