Have you heard of the legendary Fire Cider Recipe? It’s an amazing natural Master Tonic that’s great for treating any infection and avoids all the adverse side effects of Antibiotics.
Fire Cider is a mixture of sweet and spicy flavors you can mix up at home from just a few ingredients. It’s just what you need to give your immune system an all-natural boost, plus it enhances your circulatory and digestive systems.
Try it in those colder months when you’re prone to sinus infections, or whenever you feel a cold starting to come on or that ‘rundown’ feeling. It will give your immune system a huge boost. One of the key ingredients is Apple Cider Vinegar.
In our modern world antibiotics have been commonly over-prescribed as a ‘quick fix’ which doesn’t actually remedy the causes of the ailments.
There are also many adverse side effects including nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach upsets, thrush, hives and other allergic reactions. Below is what you need to make your Fire Cider Recipe.
Horseradish aids in digestion and has always been a traditional natural remedy for bad sinus infections or congestion type headaches. The recipe calls for lots of Garlic too which was known as Poor Man’s Penicillin in older times. They’re mixed with chopped Onion and fresh Ginger root.
Simply chop up all the ingredients, pour into a glass jar and cover with the Apple Cider Vinegar. You can substitute Cayenne Powder for the Chilli Peppers and adjust to suit your taste so it’s not too hot. This is particularly useful if you have children. Leave in the jar for a few weeks then strain out so you’re left with just the liquid and add honey to taste.
Fire Cider Recipe Video Tutorial
We have included a video that shows you how to make your own Fire Cider at home from Rosemary’s Remedies. Click play above to watch her now ^
What you need to make Fire Cider Recipe
- 1/2 cup of fresh grated or chopped GINGER ROOT
- 1/2 cup fresh grated or chopped HORSERADISH ROOT
- 1 medium ONION chopped
- 10 cloves of GARLIC crushed or chopped
- 2 HOT PEPPERS (cayenne or jalapeno -1/4 tsp if using powdered)
- APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
- RAW HONEY (preferably local and wild flower)
Chop all ingredients and place them in a QUART SIZED GLASS JAR. Fill the jar with apple cider vinegar to just below the very rim of the glass. Cover the top of the jar with WAX PAPER or PARCHMENT PAPER. (This will help to avoid corrosion of the metal lid from the vinegar.) Put the metal LID back on the glass jar. Shake well. Store in a cool, dry place. Shake daily for 4-6 weeks. Then strain and add honey to taste. (Up to a 1/4 cup of honey.)
- *Use one teaspoon daily or every hour at the onset of symptoms
- * Use all certified organic ingredients if possible.
- * This can be made on new moon and strained on full moon to increase its energetic potency.
Fire Cider Master Tonic Cold and Flu Remedy is a very old traditional folk remedy that’s been around for many years.
Sonnet from Sonnets Kitchen is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and she is a big fan of Fire Cider. Here’s what she says.
“I love fire cider in winter to give the immune system a little boost and it’s a great way to aid in digestion, support circulation, and clear congestion. Fire cider is one of my favorite health remedies!”
As you can see from the recipes and list of ingredients above, it’s easy to mix up a batch from simple ingredients, most of which you’ll probably already have in your store cupboards.
As it will take a few weeks for the vinegar to absorb the nutrients, the recipe recommends that you grate the ingredients or dice finely. The vinegar will become infused more quickly that way. It’s also important to remove the fibrous skin on the ginger and horseradish for best results.
Fire Cider Chutney Recipe
Strain the herbs from Fire Cider after 3 to 4 weeks. The herbs should still be somewhat firm and flavorful.
Add the herbs to a food processor or blender and grind coarsely (don’t blend into a smooth paste, but only until coarse and crunchy). If too dry, add a little of the Fire Cider Vinegar to the mix. You can add a little more honey and cayenne to taste.
Your finished Fire Cider Chutney should be sweet but not too sweet, hot but not too hot, and just right …
This delicious chutney is great on toast, mixed with rice, veggie dishes, is a favorable addition to soups, or can be enjoyed right from the spoon! Images and Info via Mother Earth News