Powerful Immune Booster Recipe – It Really Works

I was introduced to this powerful immune booster recipe by a friend who is conscientious of health practices.  I decided to give it a try.  I was so pleased with the results, I wanted to share it with my readers.

I was introduced to this Powerful Immune Booster recipe by a friend who is conscientious of health practices.  I decided to give it a try.  I was so pleased with the results, I wanted to share it with my readers.

Herbs

God made herbs for our use and benefit.

Yea, all things which come of the earth, in the season thereof, are made for the benefit and the use of man, both to please the eye and to gladden the heart; D&C 59:18

This recipe uses a lot of herbs.  Since it is less expensive, I purchased all the herbs in one pound bulk quantities from Amazon with the exception of black walnut hull herb which wasn’t available on Amazon so I bought it locally.  However, if you desire, you can purchase it directly from Starwest Botanicals.

Videos on fast and easy ways to peel garlic

The Powerful Immune Booster recipe calls for a lot of garlic so I recommend learning how to save time by peeling garlic the fast way!  The water method shown in this video is my favorite way.

Here are more ways to peel garlic.  Choose your favorite way.

Full Batch of Powerful Immune Booster Recipe 

  • 4 cups fresh peeled garlic (Purchased at my local Costco warehouse in the produce section)
  • 16 oz. Comfrey root (2 cups)
  • 4 oz. Wormwood herb (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Lobelia herb (1 cup)
  • 8 oz. Marshmallow root (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. White Oak bark (1 cup)
  • 8 oz. Black Walnut hull (1 cup) Not available on Amazon. Black Walnut Powder is more readily available, but I don’t recommend using herb powders for this recipe. Powders do not strain from liquids well.
  • 4 oz. Mullein leaf (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Scullcap herb (1 cup)
  • 8 oz. Uva Ursi leaf (1 cup)
  • 8 oz. Hydrangea root (1 cup)
  • 8 oz. Gravel root (1 cup)
  •  1 gallon Apple cider vinegar (raw organic)- I bought Bragg vinegar in 1-quart jars from my local Smith’s grocery store for half the price of Amazon’s.
  • 80 oz. Vegetable glycerine (10 cups) (purchased from Amazon)
  • 80 oz. Raw unfiltered honey (10 cups) (I used the honey I had stored in my food storage and purchased locally, but I also provided a link to honey from Amazon.)
  • Paint Strainer to fit a 5-gallon bucket (Home Depot)
  • 5-gallon bucket (Home Depot)
  • 3 gallons of  distilled or purified water
  • 6 one quart glass bottles (ideally dark glass)- I buy Bragg vinegar in one-quart containers.  When empty, I wash and refill them with the powerful immune booster. Then I store them in a closed top box in a dark, cool place.
  • Small funnel

4 days prior to making your Powerful Immune Booster Recipe

  • Four days prior to making your Powerful Immune Booster, place peeled garlic and apple cider vinegar in blender.  Blend garlic to a mushy consistency.
  • Let set in 1-quart jars. Shake the jars twice daily for four days.

The night before making your Powerful Immune Booster Recipe

  • Place the herbs (except the garlic which is tincturing in jars), in a very large container with 3 gallons distilled or purified water. Soak overnight.

Okay, Ready to make your Powerful Immune Booster Recipe

    • Simmer the herbs you soaked overnight 3 to 4 hours.  I used both a large stock pot and a 5-quart pan to simmer the herbs.
    • After simmered and cooled down from a hot to a warm temperature that can comfortably be touched with your hands, strain the herbs to separate from the liquid.  Use a 5-gallon paint strainer inserted into a 5- gallon bucket.  Press the herbs to get all liquid out to maximize herbal goodness. You should have about 2 gallons of liquid left.
    • You are now done with the herbs. Next, reduce the 2 gallons of liquid (which will now fit in one large stock pot) down to 2 quarts, 25% of the original volume.  This takes awhile.  It is best not to boil but to simmer (to steam off liquid).
    • Strain your garlic and apple cider vinegar (ACV).  Wash the paint strainer used to separate herbs from the liquid.  Use the clean paint strainer to separate crushed garlic from the liquid.  You can use the leftover strained garlic as animal feed, in your garden, or add to your compost pile.  After separating the crushed garlic from the ACV, you will notice the liquid is more clear.
    • Once you have your reduced liquid (to 2 quarts), add garlic ACV liquid, honey, and glycerine to the liquid.
    • Pour into 1-quart containers with a funnel.  Yields 6 quarts.
    • Recommended doses are 1 tsp two times daily as a preventative or 1 T. every waking hour during illness.
  • Total cost as of today is $19 per quart

Shelf Life

If the Powerful Immune Booster is made as directed and also kept in a cool, dark location, it will keep for many years. Refrigeration is not necessary.

Putting It to the Test

My husband and I have been using this recipe for about four months.  It is potent and so far it has been successful in fighting off two colds and a bladder infection.  My husband could feel a cold coming on so he increased the dose to 1 T. every hour, and it knocked it.  I could feel a bladder infection setting in so I started drinking lots of water along with 1 T.  of Powerful Immune Booster every hour and it knocked it too.

Half Batch Powerful Immune Booster Recipe

If you prefer making a smaller batch, here is the half batch Powerful Immune Booster recipe which makes three quarts.  I recommend making a full batch because it takes about the same amount of time to make as a small batch.

  • 2 cups fresh garlic
  • 8 oz. Comfrey root (2 cups)
  • 2 oz. Wormwood herb (1 cup)
  • 2 oz. Lobelia herb (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Marshmallow root (1 cup)
  • 2 oz. White Oak bark (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Black Walnut hull (1 cup)
  • 2 oz. Mullein leaf (1 cup)
  • 2 oz. Scullcap herb (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Uva Ursi leaf (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Hydrangea root (1 cup)
  • 4 oz. Gravel root (1 cup)
  • 64 oz. Apple cider vinegar (raw organic)- 1/2 gallon
  • 40 oz. Vegetable glycerine (5 cups)
  • 40 oz. Raw unfiltered honey (5 cups)
  • Paint Strainer to fit a 5-gallon bucket (Home Depot)
  • 5-gallon bucket
  • 1-1/2 gallons of  distilled water
  • 3 one quart glass bottles (ideally dark glass)
  • Small funnel

The small batch yields 3 quarts.

Also, check out my Quick Mix Immune Booster Recipe

Top Featured Photo by Ivan Vranić

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