Fire Cider

Fire Cider

$40.00Price
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A warming and tasty tonic to support immunity and general health.

Originally created in the tradition of Western American herbalism;
this particular blend combines a range of warming and stimulating plants such as Ginger, Garlic, Chilli, Tumeric, Mustard, Cinnamon and Black pepper; with immune supporting Echinacea and Manuka honey; and Nigella, a medicinal seed said to have many benefits, revered throughout Africa, The Middle east, and Asia.

All ingredients are organic, and infused into a base of organic apple cider vinegar, a well known general health tonic rich with enzymes.

Dosage: Enjoy liberally, up to 30mls per day. Can be taken as is, or added to meals (although to maintain maximum potency try to avoid excessive heating).

Please note, this product contains a small amount of alcohol, due to the addition of an alcoholic tincture of Echinacea 

  • PRODUCT INFO

    Product name: Fire cider
    Ingredients: (All organic) Apple cider vinegar, Mustard seed oil, Manuka honey, Allium sativum, Zingiber officinalis, Curcuma longa, Echinacea angustifolia, Piper nigrum, Cinnamomum cassia, Capsicum annuum, Nigella sativa, Himalayan sea salt.
    Origin: Lovingly made in the Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
    Size: 200mL

  • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

    We do not accept returns or refunds on products for change of heart. Should there be any damages to the product or packaging upon receiving, get in contact as soon as possible with a photo.

  • SHIPPING INFO

    Shipping is done through Australia Post. It is calculated based on the weight of your order and your location. We will process your order with 3 days of receiving payment. Please note that live plants are only posted express and sent on Mondays & Tuesdays to help lessen stress on the plants through unnecessary transit time in the post office over weekends. Thanks for your patience.

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