Homemade Organic Lemonade RefresherPosted by Cher Fauvel on Jul 24, 2013 in Raw Food Benefits | 4 comments
So I guess we are all having a major heat wave at the moment – phew- well this homemade organic lemonade refresher is perfect. I literally cannot drink any more water!
Hot hot hot! So we need lot’s of liquid, I have drank so much water I may disappear into the humidity! But still I am thirsty and still the other day the heat got to me, my stomach was inside out, I had a headache and felt sick …………. More water it is then!
Well at last it rained today, yes I know you wouldn’t think I would be praying for that after the amount of rain we had in the winter months, but oh yes please, what a downpour, it was heaven, well it cooled off for about ten minutes – ugh! Even my dogs don’t want to eat, that is a record!
Lemon always is a great thirst quencher for me, so what better than some homemade organic lemonade?
Homemade Organic Lemonade Refresher
Even Buddha loves Homemade Organic Lemonade!
- 6 organic lemons, juiced
- 8 cups filtered water
- 1/2 cup organic raw honey
- Ice & a slice (or 2)
Warm water just enough to dissolve honey, NOT HOT – it will kill the nutrients of the honey. Then add the juices from your lemons and ice, chill in the fridge for a little while and enjoy!
Not just a gorgeous refreshing drink but healthy too! Lemons are very alkalizing and you should read the benefits of honey – raw honey of course! -
See this article - Honey & Cinnamon create magical healing!
Homemade Organic Lemonade Alternatives
My homemade organic lemonade includes limes, I love lemon and lime, some mint is good and I also used one cup of Perrier water for a bit of sparkle. Try adding frozen berries – gorgeous, raspberries and blackberries are my favourite.
Just make sure you get plenty of liquid in you if it is hot where you are right now, don’t get dehydrated! Homemade organic lemonade is perfect.
Oh, and for those who read my story about my Owls – the babies are flying! So precious
Be Healthy – Be Your Best
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