Delicious Nutritious | Elaine's Mermaid Elixir

Our PR Manager Elaine's incredible Mermaid Elixir has antibacterial properties to fight off those winter sore throats and colds!

And it tastes far better than a green smoothie!

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 inch grated tumeric
  • 1 inch grated ginger
  • 1 heaped tablespoon manuka honey
  • juice from 1 lime/lemon

METHOD

  • Put all ingredients into 1L flask
  • Pour on boiling water and leave to infuse for an hour
  • Alternatively, put all ingredients into a big jar and add water as required. It'll last a few days in the fridge. 

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