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DrunkenRaisins | How to make Gin-Soaked Raisins, Gin & Raisins for Arthritis
If you're looking for gin & raisins for arthritis, check out DrunkenRaisins.com, a website that sells gin-soaked raisins at a reasonable price. In fact, DrunkenRaisins.com is the only site that sells gin-soaked raisins. How are gin and raisins for arthritis? Give them a try! Mention "martinotv" with your first order to save $6.00 when you order from http://www.drunkenraisins.com Who is DrunkenRaisins? About (we're BIG on "about") 75 years ago the British, Irish and Scots took advantage of black outs or early setting sun and were thus driven to soaking almost anything in booze. Lo and behold they discovered soaking golden raisins in gin provided pain relief even when eating less than a dozen at a time. Over the years this home remedy for pain relief grew in popularity and the word spread throughout the world. Then, sadly, modern, very expensive medicine became the new symbol of healthy living (oxymoron). WELL...the gin soaked raisin is back and better than ever. Having joined the ranks of the DrunkenRaisin the gin soaked raisin has been improved with special honey and imported cinnamon enhancing both the flavor and effective ingredients for pain relief. 80% of those who eat gin soaked raisins enjoy pain relief as demonstrated by the many testimonials found on our links to other sites. After hearing about anti-inflammatory values of the gin-soaked raisin our founder, Larry Wright, who had arthritis in both of his hands, started eating them himself. They worked for him and he found others who had eaten them and also had great results. He was making them for his friends and was curious as to why they couldn't just go out and buy them. Consequently he had Toby help to develop a logo, Molly have it federally registered then got a domain site on his own. To create his unique blend he selected special both honey and cinnamon added to enhance the anti-inflammatory value and significantly improve their flavor so that everyone could enjoy them. The DrunkenRaisins became popular with some friends as an after dinner treat since they went so well with wine, port and other after dinner drinks. Finally the decision was made to package and sell them to others which has lead to the development of this website by a youthful team of knowledge-based pros who are enthused about the product and its future. Our team is working hard to make DrunkenRaisins a popular product in the marketplace. We hope you will try them and join us in our enthusiasm.
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Make This Recipe and Say Goodbye to Back and Joint Pain
No one wants their body to develop weak bones or joints or to become frail. However, straining yourself, bumping into objects and certain bad habits can do just that. Back and joint main are one of the main reasons that people seek medical treatment. They can be caused by overdoing it physically, but they can also be caused by certain traumas and diseases. Most of the time, these aches and pains are not severe and can be conquered with rest, over-the-counter medication and special exercises. However, when these aches and pains occur regularly, they can be a sign of a chronic disease, such as arthritis. The aches and pains can become worse over time. If this happens, they could limit our mobility and affect our daily lives. To prevent that from occurring, it is important to live a healthy lifestyle and follow a wholesome diet full of nutrients that your bones and joints need to be strong. There are also natural supplements you can take to help strengthen your bones and joints, without ill side effects. One supplement you can take is grenetina, which is a scientific word for gelatin. Gelatin contains something called collagen, which can strengthen your body. Gelatin helps your joint and back pain because it is made of mostly protein. It contains some mineral salts and water, as well. This mixture helps to make collagen and reduce swelling in your veins and muscles. Gelatin also has amino acids, which are called arginine and glycine. These fancy sounding acids help to build muscles and strengthen your joints. Gelatin is cholesterol-free, fat-free and low calorie. Yet, because of the high protein content, gelatin makes you feel fuller longer, increases your metabolism and helps with digestion. It also strengthens the cartilage in your body and prevents serious injuries. Believe it or not, gelatin can help your outside appearance, too. It has shown an ability to keep skin healthy, stop premature aging and strengthen bones. To protect your joints, bones and cartilage, you should ingest 10 to 15 grams of natural gelatin each day. You can add this to many things, such as pastries, smoothies and natural juice. Use this recipe when you work your body a little too much or when you have an injury. Ingredients: - 1 tsp. plain gelatin (10 grams) - 1/2 glass cold water (100 mL) - 1/2 glass warm water (100 mL) Directions: - Add the teaspoon of plain gelatin to the cold water and let it sit overnight. - In the morning, pour the mixture into a pot and add the half glass of warm water into a double boiler. - Once dissolved, remove from heat and serve. - Drink each morning before breakfast, at least 30 minutes before the first meal of your day. - You can also pour in a glass of orange juice to improve the taste. It can also make it easier for the body to absorb. - Consuming this on a regular basis can help your joints and your pains. It is important to understand that your results will depend on your lifestyle and your diet. If you like the video, give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends! If you want more recipes and tips, subscribe to the channel! Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Images licensed under CC: en.wikipedia.org
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How To Make Applejack. High Alcohol Brew!
Today we'll use a simple and easy recipe for making a special kind of hard apple cider, Applejack! Our recipe will be a modification of normal hard apple cider, allowing it to be mild in taste once brewed, but wonderfully appley once we turn it into applejack. Using such a process can save you tons of money on alcohol as well as give you a great relaxing drink. We'll cover ingredients, basics, tools, some tips and tricks, as well as a short video on my own brew and setup. Now the basics of brewing wine, beer, and hard cider is very old technology, almost as old as civilization itself, and the making of things like ice beer, ice wine, and applejack are almost 2000 years old. Basic brewing is taking the liquid of fruits, combining with yeast, and the end result is an alcoholic beverage. The making of ice brews, like applejack, is very simple in and of itself. All you need to make and ice brew or applejack is an acoholic beverage and cold temps. The major concept behind applejack is that water freezes before alcohol, so by taking hard apple cider(or beer, or wine) and placing it in freezing temperatures you freeze the water, pour off the alcohol, throw away the ice and you are left with a high alochol content drink! OK, lets cover basic items and ingredients needed : 1. 5 gallon water container(kind in a water cooler) 2. 2.5 gallons of apple juice 3. Jar of bread yeast 4. DAP(Diamonium Phosphate) 5. 8 pounds sugar 6. Plastic bag 7. String 8. Plastic tube The 5 gallon container can be of any type, but I suggest a water dispenser type, so if needed just make sure the container can be sealed. The apple juice can be store bought, homemade, or even a mix of different kinds of juices, just make sure it's 100% juice. The yeast can be of any kind, but be aware that using diff kinds will change the taste, sweetness, and alcohol content, thus meaning you will need to adjust various ingredient amounts to find a taste you like. DAP is Diamonium Phosphate and is yeast nutrient, which can be found at any brewing store, or online, although if you can't access this you can replace this by grinding up raisins and putting them in the brew, or bananas along with scrapings from the inside of the peels, or a number of other food items(search 'DAP brewing replacement'). Sugar is the basic fuel for our yeast, which they will eat, and excrete alcohol, but this can be replaces with molasses, corn syrup, agave nectar, or a number of other items(search 'sugar brewing alternative). Plastic bag and string are used to seal your brewing container to keep out any nasty wild yeasts which can give your brew an off flavor. The plastic tube is for siphoning off your brew when it's finished. The basics for starting your brew is quite easy. First pour the 2.5 gallons of apple juice into your empty 5 gallon container. Most apple juice comes in half gallon containers, so now take your 8 pounds of sugar and split it between 4 half gallon containers, then fill them the rest of the way with hot water. Shake the bottles up until the sugar is completely dissolved, then pour these into your 5 gallon container. Mix up the 5 gallon container, then once settled put it in a dark warm place(65-80 degrees F), add 4 tablespoons of yeast to the 5 gallon container, then place the plastic bag over the top of the 5 gallon container and seal by using string. After 24 hours take another half gallon container and add 4 tablespoons of DAP, then top off with warm water. Shake the half gallon container until the DAP is dissolved, then add this liquid to your 5 gallon container and re-seal. After 2 weeks you will have hard apple cider in the 5 gallon container. Take your plastic tubing and siphon off the liquid into containers, and place them in your freezer. NOTE : Be sure to never fill the container to be frozen fully, and to squeeze some air out of them, as freezing a full container of any liquid will result in the container leaking or possiblly spilling into your freezer. Once the liquid is frozen, pour off the liquid, throw away the ice, and what remains is high alcohol content delicious applejack! Here are some tips and tricks : If you want very clear applejack, then after 2 weeks of fermenting and before you freeze the liquid, siphon off 1 half gallon of cider, add 3 egg whites, shake until completely mixed into the half gallon, pour back into the 5 gallon container, then stir this completely into the 5 gallon container. Wait 3-5 days and the majority of any leftover yeast , along with the egg whites, will settle to the bottom of the container. Then you can continue with siphoning off the clear liquid and freezing it. If you would like even higher alcohol content applejack, try pouring off the liquid after frozen, then re-freezing the liquid again after disposing of ice....doing this 2 or three times can result in very high alcohol applejack. To sweeten add sugar to your applejack. Once it's up to room temp, add sugar and shake it up til dissolved
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