My Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAid: Beat Cold and Flu, Fast!

When we decided that there was a pill for every ill, we lost a world of magic.

That is, the natural, plant-based substances that had killed viral and bacterial infections, for hundreds of years.

One of my favorites is a fabulous hot drink (though you can serve it cold) that I learned when my kids were babies. I call it:

Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAid

Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAidIt features water, raw honey, raw apple cider vinegar, garlic, ginger, and cayenne pepper.

My family has used this for generations and it WORKS against a virus or bacterial thing coming on. The sooner you get on it, the better! Your kids will drink it, it’s delicious, and EVERY ingredient is an immune stimulant.

You’re going to LOVE it, so have these ingredients on hand, and at the FIRST moment you feel something “coming on” (body aches or fatigue, usually), whip this up in 5 minutes. Have the whole family drink it so no one else gets sick!

I truly have seen this “knock down” a cold or sore throat or flu SO many times!

Grab the printable recipe, and keep it, to keep you and your family healthy all winter! (Don’t you love cheap, easy, effective home remedies? Don’t “fight” a fever–your immune system is optimized at 104 degrees, and it’s an important part of how you fight that bug! I promise, a fever is NOT a Tylenol deficiency!)

From my family to yours, for several generations now–enjoy! Download My Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAid recipe and dosage instructions here.

(p.s. Make it with hot water, but please don’t heat it after that–you’ll kill some of the enzymes and other qualities of the raw ingredients. It will last 1 week in the fridge but can be frozen.)

23 thoughts on “My Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAid: Beat Cold and Flu, Fast!

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  1. Quick question – your post mentions garlic but the recipe doesn’t have garlic in it. Is that an oversight? Do you no longer include garlic?

    1. You can add or delete any ingredient you like 🙂 It doesn’t have to be precise. Garlic is always a good immune booster.

    1. You can add or delete any ingredient you like It doesn’t have to be precise. Lemon juice is always a good immune booster.

  2. Robyn….quick question. We have friends from Kosovo who taught us their fever remedy. ACV socks. Just very cold water and ACV. Put your ankle socks in the bowl to get them thoroughly wet, and put on the feet. (Especially nice to have someone rub the feet while the socks are on :). Within 15 minutes, the fever pretty much goes away. Repeat as necessary, but with new socks. Since feet and ACV are good detoxifiers, I figured this remedy would be acceptable, and you wouldn’t have to let the fever run its course… the ACV would just pull the bad stuff out of the body. What do you think? I can say it definitely works. Not sure if it’s better to keep the fever though?

  3. Not sure if it’s worth it….we’ll see. I had to sell my soul by divulging my personal information and click through 5 or so links to finally get the recipe. Not sure I like this site or how she operates.

    1. I’ve been following her for 5 years. I have learned all of my health info from her. She’s very nice and doesn’t bite =). Admittedly that was a lot of links. Not sure why. Normally it’s not like that.

  4. For those of you who couldn’t get the recipe, here it is. Does not need to be precise. Add or delete any ingredient if it is problematic for you 🙂

    • 4 cups hot (not boiling) water
    • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
    • 2 Tbsp. raw honey (raw is important)
    • 1/2 piece (or more) fresh ginger root, peeled and chopped in small pieces
    • 1/4 cup raw apple cider vinegar (raw is very important)
    • Cayenne pepper to taste (cayenne strength varies widely, and “hotter” is more immune stimulating;
    make it as “hot” as your tastes will tolerate)
    *Optional–garlic to taste

    Blend all ingredients for 30-60 seconds, until smooth, in a high-speed blender. Drink 1 cup at the first
    sign of illness, and another cup every 2 hours or as desired. Do not re-heat Elixir after you make the
    batch; enzymes and immune-stimulating properties will be damaged. Drink it cold or at room
    temperature after your first serving. It will last 1 week in the fridge but can be frozen!

  5. Whenever I clicked to go to blog/video and then went to ‘printable recipe’ AND EVEN the ‘download’, it only printed a picture of your cup/saucer, lemons, etc…. Would really like to obtain a printable recipe for your
    My Immune-Fuel Hot LemonAid: Beat Cold and Flu, Fast! Please advise how I may obtain a copy. Thanks so much.

  6. Went through ‘Recipes’ and close to the cup it had a ‘corner’ of a box showing where I could click and add my information to go on to obtaining my recipe. The original location was not showing any of the box to do this on my screen. Thanks so much!!!!!!

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