3 recipes for flavored homemade lemonades


3 recipes for flavored homemade lemonades
Lemon water is healing because it rehydrates or contributes to the creation of a desirable base environment in the body, initiates detoxification, facilitates the melting of fat deposits and existing stones in the kidneys and bile, provides large doses of vitamin C and essential electrolytes. The healing properties of lemon water are enhanced by adding medicinal fruits, vegetables and herbs to this water.
Lemonade in floral variant (against nervous tension) – grind flowers with 10 to 12 branches of lavender or dried flowers in a manual or electric mixer. Pour with 2 cups of boiling water. Leave for 15-20 minutes to cool. Strain through double gauze. Squeeze 3 lemons and cut the fourth lemon into rings. Add the juice of 3 lemons to one cup of honey. Add 2 cups of cold water and mix everything with a mixer. Pour the resulting mixture into a jug of lavender tea. Stir and refrigerate for one hour. Pour into glasses with the addition of lemon rings.
Lemonade with herbs (for detoxification) – wash one large cucumber and 4 lemons under running water. Rub vigorously to remove as much harmful substances from the bark as possible. Cut the cucumber into thin leaves lengthwise. Cut two lemons into rings and leave two lemons for juice. Take 7 to 8 branches of fresh mint or dried mint. Put cucumber, lemon, mint branches or dried mint in a jug, and add a pinch of ginger. Cover and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, squeeze the remaining two lemons and add the pitted juice and pulp. Drink throughout the day.
Lemon water with apples and cinnamon (for weight loss) – rub two apples and two large lemons under running water. Cut the apples into slices and remove the stalks and seeds. Put in a jug and add a little honey, cinnamon and pour cold water over everything. Cover and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, pour freshly squeezed lemon juice. Stir and pour into glasses. Garnish with apple slices and a cinnamon stick.




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