Ginger, Honey and Lemon - Natural Remedies

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Hey,

In this instructable I'll show Ginger, honey and lemon recipe.
That is natural remedy for stronger immunity and colds.

It's easy and fun to make..
I hope you like it. :D

Step 1: Materials and Tools

Materials:

  • Thumb size ginger
  • 300g of honey
  • 3 lemons
  • 500g plastic jar (empty)

Tools:

  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Blender
  • Plastic spatula (optional)
  • Plastic teaspoon

*Note: Use plastic jar, spatula and teaspoon because honey doesn't like metal.

*WARNING: DO NOT CUT YOURSELF WITH A KNIFE!

Step 2: Peel the Lemons

Take lemons and, carefully peel the skin of with a knife.

When you remone a skin, remove the seeds.

Tear lemons apart with your hands and put it in blender.

*Note: Plant the seeds, don't throw them away. :D

Step 3: Peel and Chop Ginger

Now, take ginger and cut thumb sized piece with a knife.

Peel it and roughly chop it, and them put it in the blender with lemons.

Step 4: Blend It Together

When you have lemons and ginger in the blender, close it and turn it ON.

Blend it well (like it's shown on pictures).

Step 5: Pour the Honey in Bigger Jar

Take the honey and pure it in the bigger plastic jar.

Use plastic spatula to pure every bit of honey out.

Step 6: Poure Mix From Blender to Honey Jar and Mix

Now, pure mix from the blender in the jar with honey.

Use plastic spatula to mix it all together, or just close the jar and shake it.

Step 7: Store It and Use It

Store the Ginger, honey and lemon remedy in refrigerator.

Take teaspoon (plastic teaspoon) 1 - 2 times a day.
You can take it even if you are healthy. :)

I take one teaspoon every morning. :D

Step 8: THE END

I hope you like it and enjoy making it.

Please comment if have some compliments or criticism.

THANKS for watching. :D

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    ninisha

    2 years ago

    Thank you for a recipe.

    Please, consult, what is the shelf life of this product.

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    chigininisha

    Reply 2 years ago

    I dont know that , because i make enough for a week..

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    chigichigi

    Reply 2 years ago

    Store it in refrigerator...

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    TizianaZ

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I like this recipe, since I love all the ingredients! :D One question: why is metal a problem for honey? I have one wooden honey dipper (like this one http://goo.gl/EtGVF7 ), is wood ok?

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    chigiTizianaZ

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Metal is not really problem for honey.... Traditionali you use wooden stuff , and now plastic , bicause metal oxidized in honey, so it's bad to leave spoon or something metal in honey , but you can use it .... But again , i use plastic spoon :D

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    chiefjudge09

    3 years ago

    This looks like it would be a great addition to some tea. A small spoonful of this in a cup of tea can help add some sweetness and flavor

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    FrankenPC.

    3 years ago on Introduction

    This looks great! Try Aloe (fillet...no skin) lemon, honey, water (equal amounts) sometime. Blend it and strain though. It's fantastic for the bowels and blood pressure.

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