Earlier this evening I posted this picture onto social media and challenged my friends to try the drink for 3 days and see what happens. The photo blew up with people wanting to accept my challenge, and the questions came pouring in like crazy.
So in order to simplify, I’m turning this into a blog post in order to answer all the questions that I was bombarded with.
First, the recipe…
Apple Cider Vinegar Lemon and Cayenne Colon Cleanse Recipe
- 2 cups of lukewarm or hot water (whichever you prefer)
- 1-2 tsp apple cider vinegar (I will do up to 2 TB)
- 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
- 1-2 drops of therapeutic grade lemon oil
- Optional: 1-2 TB maple syrup to sweeten
Mix everything together, and drink before your meal.
For the purpose of this challenge, you should drink 3 glasses a day (before every meal) for 3 days.… Read the rest
Summer is a favorite time of year for outdoor play and adventure. Unfortunately, camping trips and bicycle rides can often lead to nasty cases of poison ivy, oak, and sumac. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, the itchy, blistering rash caused by these plants results from an oil called urushiol. The sticky oil is found in the leaves, stems and roots, and easily sticks to skin and clothes.
A poison oak, ivy, or sumac rash is not contagious. It is, however, extremely uncomfortable for the afflicted person. Symptoms include redness, itching, swelling, and blisters. Rashes caused by poison ivy, oak, or sumac typically heal on their own within a few weeks. But why would you patiently suffer through the pain? You can make the rash less irritating and quicken the recovery process by following these 8 home remedies (with products from your kitchen):
1. Turmeric and lemon juice.
Natural News swears by the home remedy of mixing equal parts turmeric (get here) and lemon or lime juice (get here). Apply the thick paste to the rash and let it soak in for fifteen minutes. You will likely be amazed by the fast and effective results.
You may laugh at the image of a beauty queen relaxing with cucumbers on her eyelids. But cucumbers do in fact have cooling properties. Reader’s Digest recommends … Read the rest
This persistent subcutaneous fat usually appears on thighs, hips, and breasts of women. A skin with cellulite resembles an orange peel or a cottage cheese. Not so attractive, right?
Usually, cellulite appears as a result of genetics, or unhealthy lifestyle. Here we present you a simple way to eliminate your cellulite once and for all.
The natural home remedy for cellulite we present requires only one simple ingredient that most of you probably have it in the kitchen right now. We are talking about apple cider vinegar. This common ingredient is a powerful remedy against cellulite.
The abundance of minerals it contains, like calcium, magnesium, and potassium, stimulate the blood circulation and support the elimination of excess body fluids. This vinegar prevents fluid and water retention around thighs and stomach.
Apple cider vinegar’s healing properties have been known ever since the ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Besides reducing cellulite, it can also stimulate weight loss, and prevent bloating.
ACV FOR CELLULITE
To prepare this home remedy for cellulite, you need to mix apple cider vinegar and water in 1:2 ratio. If you like, you can add some honey. Rub the prepared solution on the skin areas with cellulite, and let it stay for half an hour before washing it with warm water. Do this 2 times … Read the rest