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HOT?? Cool, soothing, refreshing recipe to stay cool


Cell Salt**/Electrolyte* Lemonade

Hot? Reaching for an Energy drink ?


How about one with ingredients that come

from nature not a laboratory?








We love the cell salts, the low potency 3x. 6x. 12x white pills of the 12 organic salts

(not Salty, nor Salt, btw)**

Because they, by the result of their action, actually help the minerals of our bodies to hold more water, they act in a way similar to hydrogenated water.

And because of this... Conduct more electricity, ergo hold more photons, packets of light... this is the stuff of a future blog post... for now, if you like the idea of electrolytes to help you feel better in the heat... this recipe provide them!

THE RECIPE:

I tend to prefer glass containers for preparing these beverages, even if you want to bring this out and about with you. Make it in glass and transfer it to plastic if you must take it with you.

The transfer from one vessel to another also adds to the vitality of it.


But of course you can add everything to one gallon plastic jug to take to work, to a picnic, the game, the park... etc.



I like to take 4 mason jars, and distribute the ingredients among them .


· 16 pills of Bioplasma (4 for each jar)

· 16 pills of Nat Sulph 6X (4 for each jar)

· ¼ cup acidophilus bifidus yogurt or kefir- (1 Tbs per jar)

· 1/4-1 cup (1 tbs - 1/4 cup citrus per jar)

fresh lemon or lime juice, you can certainly use bottled lemon juice, or fresh squeezed.

No limit on the amount of citrus you use. Sometimes I like to add the juice of a grapefruit as well.

· Maple syrup or raw honey, to taste

· 1 teaspoon Celtic or RED SaLt or Himalayan salt

· ½ cup coconut milk or coconut water. (optional) ( I/8th cup per each jar)


Close the lid, refrigerate and shake before serving.

* Electrolytes

An electrolyte is a medium containing ions that is electrically conducting through the movement of those ions, but not conducting electrons. This includes most soluble salts, acids, and bases dissolved in a polar solvent, such as water.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrolyte. Retrieved 7/12/23 , 17:09, EST

** Salts:In chemistry, a salt is a chemical compound consisting of an ionic assembly of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions, which results in a compound with no net electric charge.[1

Salts are characteristically insulators. Molten salts or solutions of salts conduct electricity. For this reason, liquified (molten) salts and solutions containing dissolved salts (e.g., sodium chloride in water) can be used as electrolytes.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_(chemistry). Retrieved 7/12/23 17:05 EST


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