Protect yourself this season by incorporating powerful herbs like Ginger, Onion, Garlic, Horseradish, Pepper, Rosemary, and Oregano into your diet. You can infuse these herbs in various mixtures of apple cider vinegar, raw honey, lemon, and water to create a potent immune system booster. (You can purchase the Immune System Reboot here!)
This classic infusion is perfect for resolving sore throats and respiratory infections. It’s the formula you need when you start to feel weak, tired, and low on energy, or when you have a scratchy throat and a cough.
When you first notice the tickle in your throat, it’s time to fight back against the bacteria or virus. Each of the ingredients in this infusion contains antibacterial and antiviral properties, making it a powerful defense against pathogens.
Here are some great ways to use Immune System Reboot:
Recipe 1: Infuse equal parts of herbs and honey for about an hour, if possible. Take about 1 tablespoon of this honey mixture and let it slide down your throat.
Recipe 2: In a 2-ounce bottle, combine 1 teaspoon of throat power, 1 1/2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon of raw local honey, and add water to fill.
Recipe 3: In a 2-ounce bottle, add 1 tablespoon of throat power, squeeze 1 lemon, 1 tablespoon of raw local honey, and add filtered water to fill to the top.
With ingredients like garlic, onion, pepper, and ginger, this infusion creates an environment that inhibits bacteria and virus growth. Garlic and onion contain an active ingredient called allicin, which is antibacterial and anticancer, and dehydrated onions are high in energy and rich in calcium and riboflavin. Raw apple cider vinegar and honey are also anti-bacterial and anti-viral.
Remember, in the fall and winter, when the air is dry, your lungs need to be moist. To keep your respiratory system hydrated, consider using a humidifier or placing a pot of water on the stove. Foods also have chemical properties that can moisten your respiratory system, so create an environment that keeps you strong year-round!