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Anti-Inflammatory Lemonade

Anti-Inflammatory Lemonade

Anti-Inflammatory Lemonade

Prep: 5 minutes
Makes: 4-6 servings

This recipe is brought to you by Dr. David Jockers DMN DC MS.
I am recommending using all organic ingredients.

1 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice.
4-6 cups filtered water, or to taste.
1 Tbs. MCT oil or extra virgin coconut oil (optional)
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. ground or freshly grated ginger (optional)
1 tsp. ground turmeric
1/2 tsp. liquid stevia, or to taste
pinch of pink salt or Redmond’s Sea Salt

Making It:
1. Place all the ingredients in a high powered blender and blend
until fully combined.
2. Serve immediately, or store in an airtight container in the
fridge up to one week. You may need to mix well it well each time
you want to drink it if you let it sit for awhile.

Drink this lemonade regularly. People who suffer from
crippling pain have reported that their symptoms improved
significantly after they made this an everyday drink.
It has powerful liver and kidney detoxifying abilities.

Add a pinch of black pepper, as this will dramatically improve the
absorption of the turmeric curcuminoids which absorb best with
good fats and peperine, which is the main ingredient in black pepper.
*(I added this as his option in case you’re interested to try it,
although personally I didn’t use it.)
*we make 64 oz. and we finish it in a week.



Banana Tea

Category : Beverages , Recipes

Banana Tea:
Take a firm, but not green banana, (don’t use too ripe/soft ones because there is more sugar in them which may interfere with the sleep cycle, save those for your Banana Ice Cream.) wash, cut off the ends and cut it in half (leaving the peel on). Put it into a pot with 2-3 cups (1-1 1/2 cups per person) of filtered boiling water. Boil for 5-7 minutes. Pour into your mug, discarding the banana pieces. The tea has a very mild banana flavor with so much magnesium. (You may add a 1-2 teaspoons of Organic Coconut Oil to the tea if desired). Relax and sip your tea 60-90 minutes before bedtime to help promote sleep. If you like bananas, it’s delicious, and it has so much magnesium which will allow your muscles to relax so you can sleep. (There is three times more magnesium in the peel than in the fruit.)

I tried this and it really worked.  Each person drinking this may experience different reactions times, each application may be unique to the individual. I would appreciate it if others would try this tea, especially those who are insomniac and let me hear your comments and experiences below.  (click the recipe title to bring up the comment link) The tea itself looks like slightly foggy water, (so no picture with this recipe).

Sleep tight!