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  • Keep Warm this Winter with Fire Cider!

Keep Warm this Winter with Fire Cider!

Keep Warm this Winter with Fire Cider!

Fire Cider day at Woodland Essence!

This recipe makes a pint.
Grate or chop:
  • ½ cup onions
  • ¼ cup garlic
  • 1/8 cup ginger
  • ¼ cup horseradish
  • pinch cayenne powder

Cover with organic apple cider vinegar. 
Add 1-2 teaspoons honey.


Shake daily for 2-3 weeks. Strain and bottle up with your own label!
Enjoy in soups and stews,  brighten your salad dressings and splash on cooked veggies. Also, this is a fabulous way to stop a cold or break up congestion ~ simply add a spoonful to hot water and drink as a firey ‘hot toddy’! 


 **Presently there is a legal trademark challenge going on.  It is important to protect the generic herbal term “Fire Cider” from trademarks! There is a dedicated team of herbalists who are working tirelessly to free the trademark (from Shire City) and to not allow businesses ( large or small) to claim ownership of herbal products that have long been produced and sold!


For more information please check out FreeFireCider.com  

  • Kate Gilday

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