A tonic to strengthen the immune system.
This is a simple tonic recipe to help maintain a strong healthy heart, balanced insulin levels and strengthen your immune system.
As many of you already know, Sea buckthorn berries, or seaberries are becoming recognized worldwide as Mother Nature’s best multivitamin. Over 190 bio active nutrients are present in the tiny orange berry. Many of these are considered crucial for sustaining a healthy body. The abundant omega 3 & 6 fatty acids present in sea buckthorn are known for their crucial role in brain function in adults, as well as the proper growth & development of infants brains and eyes when inside the womb. To top it all off, Seabuckthorn juice can block the endogenous formation of N-nitroso compounds more effectively than ascorbic acid and thereby prevent tumor production*. [22–24]
A great way to enjoy sea buckthorn is in this simple but delicious tonic recipe which can be enjoyed hot during the chilly winter months, however, this fabulously aromatic drink is particularly refreshing as a cold beverage. Sea buckthorn tonic is a nourishing replacement for plain water during a workout.
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*4 cups of sea buckthorn tea.
-Infuse 28 grams of Omega Fruit Sea buckthorn berry herbal tea with *4 1/4 c cups of very hot water. Steep, with lid on, for 30 minutes.
-Strain the pulp from the infusion before mixing liquids.
*2 cups True ceylon Cinnamon tea.
-Infuse one large stick of cinnamon in 2 1/4 c very hot water with lid on, for at least 20 minutes.
-Pour the two infusions together in a large juice container or shatter proof glass pitcher and let cool.
-Add *60 to 80 ml of pure sea buckthorn juice once the brew has cooled and keep in fridge for up to a week.
-Reheat the tonic one cup at a time as needed or fill your water bottle and head to the gym!
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*Sentence extracted from Remedial Prospective of Hippophae rhamnoides Linn. (SeaBuckthorn) From the pages published by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
Chirag A. Patel, 1 ,* Kalyani Divakar, 2 Devdas Santani, 3 Himanshu K. Solanki, 4 and Jalaram H. Thakkar