The Master Tonic: The World’s Most Powerful Cold & Flu Remedy

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As the temperature drops, the rate of colds and flu skyrockets. You will most likely be a victim of an attack by these pesky germs this cold season. Rather than instantly reaching for store bought cough syrup (make your own instead!), over-the-counter cold pills, or prescription antibiotics, how about downing something a little closer to nature. This amazing cold and flu master tonic is ridiculously easy to make, highly effective, won’t break the bank and will last you for years!

The Health Benefits

This cold and flu tonic is jam packed with natural ingredients with potent therapeutic power.

The Master Tonic: The World's Most Powerful Cold & Flu Remedy


This spicy root warms the body, causing you to sweat and expel toxins. If you’re suffering from an upset stomach, it can even soothe gastrointestinal problems.


This ancient spice is perfect for anyone suffering from a cold. It has immune boosting capabilities, can improve your digestion, possess anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiviral properties. It’s an all around holy grail of health.


Onions are a rich source of Quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that has a multitude of wonderful benefits. Including anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties.

Apple Cider Vinegar

As you probably already know, this vinegar is a health powerhouse. It helps your body eliminate toxins, soothes a sore throat, promotes healthy digestion, boosts your immune system and relieves sinus infections.


These flaming hot peppers aren’t just for a little extra flavor kick. Capsaicin, the active ingredients in peppers, works as a potent pain reliever and anti-inflammatory. 


Not only does it keep away vampires, it also deters nasty bacteria, functioning as an antiviral, anti-fungal and antibiotic.



The Master Tonic: The World's Most Powerful Cold & Flu Remedy

  1. Wash ingredients
  2. Chop and place in high powered blender
  3. Add apple cider vinegar and blend on high until smooth
  4. Pour into a glass jar.
  5. Cover with lid.
  6. Cover jar with a towel.
  7. Shake once daily while infusing.
  8. Let sit on the counter for 4 weeks.
  9. Strain through a mesh strainer and put liquid back in a glass container.
  10. Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 years! ( Seriously, 2 years)

How to use:

  • Take 2 Tbsp three times daily at the first sign of a cold
  • Gargle and swallow full strength (do not dilute)
  • Take 4 times daily if already sick
  • Mix with a spoonful of honey if you need help getting it down


Ginger and garlic can increase blood flow by naturally thinning the blood. Talk with your doctor before consuming large quantities of either of these if you’re already on a blood thinner.

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About the Author

Susan is a Certified Health Coach, Master Gardener, and sustainability expert who has authored over twenty top-selling books on healthy living, clean eating, gardening, and natural wellness. She has taught thousands of people how to shop, cook, eat and live well.

Her personal commitment to wellness combined with a thorough knowledge of using food as medicine has fueled the sale of over 100,000 copies of her recipe and wellness books. As a sustainability expert, she has also written thousands of articles and books on homesteading, growing organic food and how to use herbs and essential oils for health.

Her passion for helping people doesn’t stop with sharing information, Susan is active in her community where she speaks often about health and wellness and has a thriving personal health coaching business where she is committed to providing the tools that people need to live a full and pain-free life.

When she is not helping others, Susan enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking, gardening, and photography.