Try-it Tuesday ~ Fire Elixir

The Fire Elixir is a potent herbal cider that can be diluted with another drink or consumed like a shot. It’s made up of organic apple cider vinegar, horseradish, garlic, ginger, onion, turmeric, cayenne, paprika, and raw honey.

It comes with many health benefits such as strengthening the immune system, clearing sinuses, stimulating circulatory system, and reducing inflammation. It also provides a burst of energy and helps you feel awake — therefore best taken in the morning.


Fire Elixir has a very strong, almost nasty, taste to it. But it actually does feel really good. It reminds me of alcohol because I take it like a shot, it has a harsh taste, and leaves me with a warm feeling in my stomach — except it widens awareness instead of diminishing it.

I was surprised that it truly made me feel awake. Certainly not as strong as caffeine, still gave me a decent boost of energy and alertness.

In conclusion…

Fire Elixir is harsh and invigorating in the best way possible. It could potentially serve as a healthy alternative to caffeine. I would recommend it to anyone who can handle spiciness.


2 thoughts on “Try-it Tuesday ~ Fire Elixir

  1. I got a bottle of Fire Elixir for Christmas. But I cannot find any information on how to consume it, other than it can be diluted or taken straight, and it’s best taken in the morning. What is the recommended dose, and how often (how many times/day)? Thanks. –Ray

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    1. Hi Ray,
      It’s best to take it once a day, and you’re right that first thing in the morning is the best time. The man who sold it to me recommended about a shot glass worth, or a bit less if that’s too strong. I like to consume it straight because it’s most invigorating, but if the taste is too much for you then pour a shot glass worth amount into a medium glass of juice.
      Hope this helps,
      Laura 😺✌


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