One of the ingredients, horseradish, reduces exhaustion, boosts your metabolism and, most important, stimulates the development of good bacteria in your digestive tract. It’s widely recommended because it’s loaded with vitamin C, B1, B2, and B6, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus.
● 4 lemons;
● 3 tablespoons of honey;
● 1 tablespoon of cinnamon;
● 4.5 ounces of fresh horseradish;
● 0.8 inches of root ginger.
Start by blending the ginger and the horseradish together. Then, squeeze the lemons and add the lemon juice in the blender.
Then, add the honey and cinnamon. Blend the ingredients well.
After you blend all the ingredients, you’ll get a syrup. Store the syrup in a glass jar.
To get optimal results, take the syrup twice a day on an empty stomach and before exercising. You’ll get the first results after three weeks.
Note: Before using this syrup, be sure to consult your doctor.
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