Fire cider is a traditional folk recipe made with herbs stewed in apple cider vinegar. It’s a potent tonic that’s been used generations as a remedy to ward off sickness and boost health.
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How to Use Cider Tonic • Some herbalists recommend taking a tablespoonful of cider tonic every day as a preventative during cold and flu season, swallowing it right off the spoon, or adding it to a cup of juice or hot tea, perhaps with a bit of honey. You could also mix with lemonade or orange juice. • Others use it as a gargle at the first sign of a scratchy throat. • Mixed half and half with honey, it makes a good cough remedy. (Don’t feed honey to children less than a year old.) • Use it as you would plain vinegar in dressings for salads, in marinades for meat or tofu, and vinegar-based sauces. • Drizzle on steamed vegetables or sautéed greens • Add to soups and chilis
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