I like to be prepared.
I had vowed to make the master tonic weeks before — but didn’t get around to it. The powerful, potent, antiviral, anti-bacterial, and virtual anti-plague remedy that I could have made from items in the produce drawer of my refrigerator.
Yes, I did have my Honey and Ginger elixir, but I needed something that would just hit that virus like a baseball bat, and knock it right out of him.
It’s an easy process — but you’ll need to let it sit for a couple of weeks before the master tonic fully matures. I suggest you make it now — because it keeps forever, right on your pantry — and it will knock out a cold, the flu, or any other virus that crosses your doorstep.
And you’ll be prepared.
To make this tonic, you will need to pull out your food processor (or a cutting board, knife and rubber globes)
- 1 part fresh chopped garlic
- 1 part fresh chopped white onion
- 1 part fresh grated ginger root
- 1 part fresh grated horseradish root
- 1 part fresh chopped hot peppers (cayenne, habanero, serrano, jalapeÃ±o, etc.)
- 1 part turmeric (optional)
- Apple Cider Vinegar
Chop all ingredients, except the apple cider vinegar. You don’t even have to peel the onions or the garlic.
Next, dump the ingredients into a wide mouth glass jar — a pickle jar would be perfect. You’ll need to cover the jar, but the acids will corrode a metal lid — so put a piece of saran wrap or waxed paper over the jar, and then add the metal lid. (Does not have to be air-tight.)
Let the mixture sit at room temperature for about 2 weeks. Stir the mixture at least once a day (your eyes will water when you pull off the lid.)
After two weeks, strain your mixture into a glass bottle, using a funnel and a coffee filter. I like to use a wine bottle with a cork — as the metal will not hold up under the acids here.
Label your bottle, and store it in your pantry.
To use it, simply take a “shot” straight” or mix it with some Honey and Ginger elixir. Take Master Tonic once a day to build your immune system. In case of sickness — take a shot or two at least once every two hours… with honey or not.