I hit up Tar-J today for some cozy socks (because it’s finally cool enough in Florida to pretend we’re participating in the seasons), and I’m pretty sure I walked out of there with more than I bargained for. I’m not just talking about the face mask, dog treats (I don’t even own a dog), and festive wax melts; I’m talking about all the sneezing, sniffling and straight up snot I witnessed during my 30 minute stay. Cold and flu season is evidently in full effect.
In order to avoid the snot-fest, I went straight home and whipped up some quick defense shots for the hubby and I. Just thought I’d share the love. 🙂
Immune Defense Shot
Yield: 4 shots / Serving Size: 1 shot / Prep time: 5 min
- 2 large lemons
- 1 inch chunk fresh ginger
- Dash cayenne pepper
- 1 fresh strawberry (optional)*
*Trust— you’re gonna want that strawberry
- Juice lemons and ginger.
- Whisk in cayenne.
- Rip shot. Chase with strawberry.
Store in refrigerator for 72 hours (if cold-pressed). 12 hours with a traditional juicer.
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