Fire Cider RecipeMommypotamus
It’s no secret that I believe in fairy tales . . . But they’re mostly of the modern day sort. Occasionally, though, I come across a recipe or ingredient that seems like it was pulled directly from one of Grimm’s stories. How else could one feel about keeping dragon’s blood in the cupboard, and enchanted fire cider in the fridge? Though not imparted with any actual mystical powers, fire cider truly is magical in its own right. This tonic is revered by herbalists for its ability to help prevent cold and flu symptoms and/or shorten their duration if they occur, and for good reason. Because it takes about a month to mature, I recommend starting a batch now so you’ll be ready for fall. How To Take Fire Cider Many people take 1-2 tablespoons throughout the fall/winter months as a preventative measure, or every three to four hours if symptoms are present. Here are some more ways to use it: Fire Cider Recipe I first read about fire in Rosemary Gladstar’s book, Herbal Recipes For Vibrant Health.
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