MASTER TONIC Recipe – Dosage and Benefits

Herbal tonics are 100% natural and very easy to make at home. Use only fresh ingredients, for they are endowed with strong curative properties, proven by recent clinical studies. The healing power of this tonic formula not only is useful for colds, but to a longer list of other diseases. You will love to find out that this easy-made master tonic stimulates blood circulation while cleaning your blood and improving your immune system.

Master Tonic Recipe

MASTER TONIC Recipe – Dosage and Benefits

MASTER TONIC Recipe – Dosage and Benefits

INGREDIENTS

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• Chopped Garlic
• White or red onions
• Freshly grated ginger root
• Grated horseradish root
• Chopped red pepper
• Apple cider vinegar

INSTRUCTIONS

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Use the above ingredients in equal amounts, 1 part of each. Wash and cut or grate all vegetables. Three-quarters fill a glass jar with these wonderful ingredients in equal parts. Vegetables can be rapidly processed in a blender, except for the horseradish, which must be grated instead. Cover the vegetables completely with organic apple cider vinegar until the jar is almost full. Place the lid and shake the jar vigorously.

Let the master tonic to soak in a cool place for 2 weeks. Don’t forget to shake the jar several times a day. At the end of soaking, strain the liquid through a cheesecloth into a clean jar and store it in a dark place or in the refrigerator. It will last a long time because of the vinegar.

MASTER TONIC DOSAGE

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Take a tablespoon, 1-2 times per day (one in the morning and one in the evening) for maintaning health, or 4 tablespoons per day for various diseases (equally distributed throughout the day). You must first gargle with the vegetable tincture and then swallow it. If it tastes too strong for you, add your master tonic daily dose to soup or salad.

MASTER TONIC BENEFITS

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Garlic has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiparasitic effects. Ginger fights microbes, stimulates blood circulation and increases immunity. Horseradish is a natural antibiotic and antibacterial. It fights parasites and has important expectorant properties. Red peppers have a powerful warming effect which results in decongesting and reducing pain and inflammation. Red peppers also contain capsaicin, which stimulates blood circulation. Apple vinegar is an antispasmodic, antifungal and natural healer .

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