long heralded by indigenous peoples and adopted by others thereafter as a tool that can help stave off colds and limit their duration, aid the respiratory system, anti-inflammatory effects and to help treat pain.
renowned across the globe and long used for its many medicinal properties. a few standouts of ginger are; anti-inflammatory properties from gingerol within ginger, treating nausea, anti-bactieral benefits and potential to help regulate metabolism.
lemon and the powerful antioxidant vitamin c are well known. Although lemon is acidic once metabolized alkaline by-products are formed. Sometimes sour has some sweet benefits.
known for being hot and spicy cayenne pepper is a member of the nightshade family of flowering plants. Capsaicin, which gives cayenne its spice has been used to treat pain and assist with congestion.
this sweet Canadian nectar is not only a great natural way to add flavour, but also boasts antioxidants and nutrients like riboflavin, magnesium, calcium, potassium and zinc.