Fire Cider

If you are not yet familiar with fire cider it is a great herbal remedy introduced by Rosemary Gladstar to the larger herbal community. There has been some controversy over the past year regarding this formula because one manufacturing company has patented the product which has restricted herbalists from continuing to share this wonderful cold and flue remedy and tasty herbal salad dressing. Please consider signing the petition to remove the patent from this product.

In the mean time lets make some!

What you will need:

Apple Cider Vinegar (we all use Braggs cus it’s the best!)

One or all of the following:

Fresh Ginger

Fresh Garlic

Spicy peppers of your choice, jalapeno works well

Cayenne (fresh or powdered)

Lemon, Lime, or Grapefruit slices



anything else spicy or tangy you like!

Chop up all of your ingredients, put them into a jar, cover with your vinegar and let sit (covered) for up to a month. Strain and enjoy! The smaller you chop up your ingredients the stronger your medicine will be and just go ahead and stuff that jar with goodies! This is great as a salad dressing, in place of fish sauce, or take a tsp when you are feeling sickness coming along.

Braggs (c)  has a book they put out many years ago about the wonders of apple cider vinegar as medicine. One of the best things they suggested was to take 2 tbsp of their vinegar, with a squeeze of lemon and fill your glass with water on top of this and sip through the day to keep illness away and support digestive fire.

Keep your ingredients in a lovely jar and gift wrapped with ribbons and your friends and family can enjoy this all year long!

Be sure to be keeping up with our FREE online herbal classes and be prepared for our more indepth class on Fire Cider to be posted there once we raise $200 on our Go Fund Me.

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