This recipe is amazing to boost the immune, decrease inflammation
We will be using apple cider vinegar to extract the beneficial compounds from onions, garlic, horseradish, turmeric and cayenne. Onions contain quercetin, which is an antioxidant compound. It protects our DNA from damage, stabilizes mast cells, and can prevent viral replication. Garlic contains allicin, which stimulates the production of immune cells to fight viruses and also may directly damage viral cells. Turmeric contains many different compounds that have antioxidant effects and modulate the function of our immune system. Horseradish and cayenne stimulate blood flow to promote the circulation of our immune cells. Together, these ingredients have a synergistic immune boosting effect.
- apple cider vinegar
- 1 yellow onion, chopped
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 TBSP fresh grated horseradish
- 2 TBSP turmeric powder or 1/2 cup of fresh turmeric (chopped)
- 1 tsp cayenne powdered or 4 large peppers
- Infused Liquorice Root (tea – 12 hour prep) optional
- honey to taste
- Combine onion, garlic, horseradish, turmeric, and cayenne in a blender.
- Add enough apple cider vinegar to cover the ingredients and blend
- Please is a glass jar
- Cover jar with cloth and let sit in a warm place for 2 weeks
- Strain and reserve liquid
- Add honey to taste
- Store in the refrigerator
- Take 1 tsp daily to prevent colds and 1 tbsp daily for inflammation
- At first sign of a cold, take 2 TBSP and then take 1 tsp every 3 hours until symptoms resolve
- Measurements of ingredients do not need to be precise and you can use more or less ingredients to suit the size of your jar.
- Use organic apple cider vinegar with the mother. This contains more nutrients than filtered apple cider vinegar.
- Use raw local honey.
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