6 Secret Healing Water Recipes

6 Secret Healing Water Recipes

Water is the most vital ingredient for life on this planet. All 100 trillion cells in our body require it to perform billions of chemical reactions, each second. If we don’t get enough water, our immune system drops, our digestion and metabolism slows down, our brain activity diminishes, and a whole slew of other problems are set in motion. If you learn anything from this blog Fitlifer, it should be this. Water is life.

Watermelon Water
First up, and one your kids will love is watermelon water. Watermelon contains vitamin C which we know boosts your immune system and vitamin A which helps during cell repair, so athletes or active people would love this.

Maple Water
This sweet nectar from the Maple tree is extremely high in Manganese. Manganese helps with bone health and COLLAGEN PRODUCTION.

Shilajit Water
Ok, those first two waters were softballs. We’ve all heard of watermelon and maple before, but have you heard of Shilajit? That’s right Shi- La -Jit. No, this isn’t one of MC Hammer’s new albums (quick clip of Too Legit To Quit.) This is an insanely potent super herb, with miraculous healing power.

Eucalyptus Water
Now if you or your kids are having respiratory problems like asthma or shortness of breath, or if you want to soothe cold symptoms like a sore throat, cough, or even sinus infections, Eucalyptus is a phenomenal all natural treatment.

Orchid Water
Orchids have been valued for thousands of years the world over for their medicinal value, particularly the Dendrobium genus. In China, orchid tea is used to improve eyesight and strengthen the immune system.

Cactus Water
Popular in Central American cuisine, el Nopal, or the Prickly-Pear Cactus has been seen as a mystical cure-all for many generations, and has much scientific research supporting these claims as well.

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