Fire Cider is an old-timey remedy and tonic that was named by Rosemary Gladstar in one of her books decades ago and is a much older formula than that (ask your great-grandma what she used to keep her family well in the winter and it is likely similar to this recipe).
Fire Cider's recipe varies from herbalist to herbalist, but ours contains antimicrobials, immune boosters, and circulatory enhancers. The effect is a great dark times elixir that helps with cold hands and feet, fighting illness, and keeping well. (A tablespoon for adults, a teaspoon for kids). The second photo shows us straining out the good ingredients of our recipe. (See the green garlic? The acid in the vinegar has oxidized the copper in the garlic! Science! Neat!)
Fire Cider comes in 8 oz. (40 doses), or 16 oz (80 doses) bottles.
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar*, Raw Local Honey*, Thyme*, Onion*, Garlic*, Horseradish Root*, Turmeric Root*, Ginger Root*, Burdock Root*, Rosehips*, Hot Peppers*, Lemons* (*organic).
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General Contraindications & Warnings:
Like all herbal medicine, our products work best when combined with a lifestyle that includes clean water, whole foods, gentle exercise, and plenty of self-love.
You could be allergic to a plant, a plant family, honey, or another ingredient in a formula just like you could be allergic to a food. Use standard commonsense precautions when trying new things. If any adverse reactions happen that coincide with the taking of this product, discontinue use and consult your herbalist, naturopath, or doctor.
Standard required disclaimer for the USA:
The statements made here have not been approved by the FDA. These statements are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease or replace advice from a health practitioner.
This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for herbalists and people like me but not big pharma, who is in bed with the FDA. After umpteen million product recalls, birth defects and deaths, big pharma still doesn't have to label like this- even though the ingredients in this product has been used safely for much longer than any pharmaceutical preparation has. Just sayin'.
Standard required disclaimer for Canada:
If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health practitioner.