Good Gracious! Garlic Lemonade

I am always looking for more ways to get GARLIC into my body and into the daily regimens/meals for my family. Sometimes, in the change of seasons, we find ourselves with one of those pesky, very irritating sniffly spring colds.
Years ago, I learned  about this super powered ‘refreshment’ in a class with Aviva Romm  who is an amazing herbalist. midwife turned medical doctor!

It’s easy to make and is very nutritious.

Garlic Lemonade
 This combination can kick out a stubborn virus wanting to take hold, if made quickly at the first sign or symptom. 

Enjoy hot.. warm.. or room temperature.. Your choice.. 
Maybe ~ start off with a warm drink and sip though out the day? 
    EASY and EFFECTIVE !

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Garlicky Lemonade
Anti-viral nourishing detoxifying Tonic!
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Ingredients
  1. 2 cloves fresh garlic, local, organic if possible
  2. pure water
  3. 1 lemon, organic preferred
  4. Raw honey, local if possible
Instructions
  1. Finely mince fresh garlic and place in a 1 quart mason jar.
  2. Fill the jar with boiling water and cover for 30 minutes.
  3. Cover
  4. Strain out the garlic
  5. Add the juice of 1 whole lemon to the liquid.
  6. Sweeten to taste with raw honey.
Notes
  1. Enjoy warm and often.
  2. Sometimes I add the juice and toss in the lemon halves to infuse all possible lemony goodness!
  3. Enjoy hot.. warm.. or room temperature.. Your choice..
  4. Be creative. Add coriander, fennel, cumin or other digestion-boosting herb if you like!
  5. What's your favourite?
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 This is just one more fabulous way to support ourselves, nourish ourselves and our independence!  Enjoy!

For more about the lovely Ms Aviva Romm here.

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