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Recipe: Immune boosting shot
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04:46 min
Weak Immune SystemWeak Immune System
Description

Have you ever heard of an oxymel? The term derives from the latin ‘oxy’, meaning sour, and ‘mel’, meaning honey. An oxymel is a drink made of vinegar and honey, and has been used for thousands of years as an elixir. In this class, herbalist and nutritionist Alexis Goertz will teach you how to create your own simple oxymel that you can take daily as an immune-boosting antioxidant shot. Plus, she will show you how to add various healing herbs to make a herbal oxymel infusion.

Who Is It For?
  • Anyone who needs a boost in the morning
  • People who are interested in natural remedies
  • Those who want to improve their digestion
What You Will Need
  • Raw honey, so not heated or pasteurized
  • Vinegar, e.g. apple cider or raspberry vinegar; not pasteurized
  • Jar to stirr or shake it in
  • Optional: Herbs, such as chamomile and calendula, both either dry or fresh
  • Optional: Small sieve
  • Optional: Shot glass
  • Optional: Drinking glass
  • Optional: Water
Video 1 chapter
04:46 min
Weak Immune SystemWeak Immune System
Description

Have you ever heard of an oxymel? The term derives from the latin ‘oxy’, meaning sour, and ‘mel’, meaning honey. An oxymel is a drink made of vinegar and honey, and has been used for thousands of years as an elixir. In this class, herbalist and nutritionist Alexis Goertz will teach you how to create your own simple oxymel that you can take daily as an immune-boosting antioxidant shot. Plus, she will show you how to add various healing herbs to make a herbal oxymel infusion.

Who Is It For?
  • Anyone who needs a boost in the morning
  • People who are interested in natural remedies
  • Those who want to improve their digestion
What You Will Need
  • Raw honey, so not heated or pasteurized
  • Vinegar, e.g. apple cider or raspberry vinegar; not pasteurized
  • Jar to stirr or shake it in
  • Optional: Herbs, such as chamomile and calendula, both either dry or fresh
  • Optional: Small sieve
  • Optional: Shot glass
  • Optional: Drinking glass
  • Optional: Water
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Alexis Goertz
Fermentation expert and herbalist
Alexis Goertz

Born in Canada and based in Berlin, Alexis Goertz is a herbalist and nutritionist specializing in fermentation, and is the founder of Edible Alchemy. Within these fields, her three big pillars of focus are: health, taste and ecology. Alexis offers interactive educational workshops and foraging tours to help people understand their personal health, acquire new life skills and become connected with their environments.

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