Warming Homemade Apple Cider!

Warming Homemade Apple Cider!

Warming, strengthens, cleanses and gives a good kick of energy!

It works antibacterial and fights against invasions of viruses that fight for domination and win the fight in the form of swine flu or other infections.

Reliable in the period, when looking out the window likes to play weather tricks fall.

Homemade Apple Cider filled with aroma and unusual healing properties.

The recipe is simple, but works.



Apples and freshly squeezed juice are a treasure of vitamin C, pectin which helps to cleanse the body of heavy metals and is beneficial for the liver and gall bladder (helpful for gallbladder softening).


Ginger warms up, regulates digestion and helps relieve migraine headaches.


Lemon cleanses, supports dissolving mucus, which is often associated with cold, flu and respiratory diseases (mainly in the case of cough).


Cinnamon not only beautifully smells and gives a wonderful aroma, but also warms up and cleanses. Also regulates blood glucose levels.


Turmeric inhibits anti-inflammatory processes in the body, clears, antiviral, antimicrobial and antifungal.

Turmeric contains curcumin – the active ingredient, thanks to which the spice has such amazing properties. Turmeric is used in Indonesia and India as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, improving digestion and improving liver function.

What to keep in mind?

The maximum effect and benefits of using turmeric are in combination with piperine, an alkaloid found in the outer layers of black pepper, and with the addition of fat (turmeric is dissolved in fats, hence its additive).

Let’s add a pinch of pepper to our Cider and “crunch” a few walnuts or almonds (for people with nut allergy: pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds) to fully get and use the effect of turmeric.


To prepare 1 serving of warming cider we need:

1 cup of freshly squeezed apple juice

½ sliced ​​apples or cubes

2-3 slices of lemon

a few slices of fresh ginger

1 cinnamon stick

1/3 teaspoon turmeric + pinch of pepper


Apple juice heated with spices and sliced ​​apple and lemon slices until the cider is hot (don’t cook, because it will lose its beneficial properties).

Serve hot.

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