No More Advil. My Anti-Inflammatory Solution

The Breakfast Super Elixir

 All natural, simple ingredients

All natural, simple ingredients

Back in 1994 I was wearing two knee braces and experiencing pain everyday.  Not because I had been in any horrific accident, but because I spent my life as an athlete which was physically demanding on my body.  I relied on Advil to cope with the pain.  This Advil regimine landed me in the hospital for a week with a severe bleeding ulcer.  It was at that point, I started learning and researching alternative health formulas. I found that there are solutions that can be made from everyday kitchen products. You won’t find these alternative methods promoted, as there is no money to be made from these affordable treatments.

This recipe helped me fight fatigue, arthritis, inflammation, depression and has brought more clarity and energy through out my day. It has also helped as a body cleanse. I have become stronger and leaner than I was in my twenties. I am not a doctor or dietician. This is simply sharing the information that has helped me. After all these years, I have been studying alternative methods of medicine, I am amazed with the results.

I call this my Breakfast Super Elixir.  This should be done daily for 60 days and wait and see what results you get. It will be absolute amazing! This my youthful concoction and a reason why I have three kids at age 50!! 

RECIPE

Ingredients:

1 lemon
2 caps of apple cider vinegar (Bragg’s brand is essential) 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 teaspoon of turmeric
1 teaspoon of honey
1 pinch of pink sea salt
1 pinch of cayenne pepper

Instructions:

Wash lemon and trim the ends off. Cut in half and put into a bullet with 5 cups of water. Puree the lemon creating a frothy lemon juice.

Mix 4 Tablespoons of the lemon juice with the two caps of apple cider vinegar. Mix all ingredients into a small cup the size of a measuring cup and drink. It’s best to just quickly drink this elixir like a shot.

Use the rest of the lemon juice to drink over the course of the next 3 hours or so, but be sure to finish before noon.

 

 

Michael Bruchet