Heart attacks, colds, flu can be prevented. This drink is formulated to bolster your immune system, clear your circulatory system, and help you resist colds and flu.
A mate of mine was scheduled to have a by-pass operation, and a booking was made for twelve months after he was diagnosed (thanks to our wonderful government for such fast service).
Then he heard about a simple, natural remedy and decided to try it. After taking two tablespoons of this refreshing drink for a year he returned to the doctor. Imagine their surprise when the pre-operation tests showed his arteries had cleared up and he no longer needed the operation after all!
It’s easy to make:
- 1 x cup lemon juice
- half to 1 x cup garlic juice – depending on your taste
- 1 x cup ginger juice
- 1 x cup apple cider vinegar
- 1 x tablespoon turmeric powder (careful….it will stain anything you get it on a bright yellow!)
Throw the whole ginger and garlic cloves into your juicer, including skins, first. Juice the whole lemons last. The lemon rind adds a tasty zest to the drink.
Buy the turmeric from Woolworths. It comes in handy sachets. Pour the powder slowly into a 1/4 cup of cold water, stirring it in to the mixture as you cook to dissolve any lumps.
Place the ginger, apple cider vinegar and garlic juice in a saucepan and simmer on low for 1 hour, or until the liquid is reduced to a slightly thick consistency. It will go a dark green/yellow colour, depending on the amount of garlic.
Add the turmeric to the mixture after you take it off the heat.
Add the freshly juiced lemon juice.
Add 1 cup of honey, more or less, to taste.
Pour the liquid into a glass storage container. Cool, and store the container in the fridge with a lid on. It can smell strongly of garlic so don’t leave the container uncovered.
Drink 1 or 2 tablespoon before breakfast each day.
I have been taking 2 tablespoons ( I am a big bloke ) for the last 4 years, and my doctor reported that my recent blood test shows I have the cholesterol levels of an 18 year old, and my heart is very healthy.