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Shots are nutritious and concentrated small doses made of superfoods that are consumed throughout the day.
Is your immunity low? If you are always down with colds, flu, or tired, your immunity is probably low. It means that your defenses are weakened, and when that happens, viruses and bacteria can harm your immune system.
If that’s your case, today’s video was made for you!
In today’s video, you will learn how to make an immunity shot with 3 ingredients that will improve your health.
The ingredients of this recipe are lemon, turmeric, and propolis.
Learn the benefits of each one of them:
Lemon improves digestion, boosts immunity, has anti-inflammatory properties, and other benefits that you can learn about by watching the suggested video.
Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and rich in antioxidants.
And propolis has antiseptic and protective effects, inhibiting the proliferation of undesired microorganisms, both in a beehive and in the human body. That’s interesting, isn’t it?
Now that you know the benefits of the ingredients, let’s learn the recipe!
The convenience of making it is one of the positive points to add this shot in your daily life.
Try it and share your experience with us. If you have ever tried any wellness shots, share your recipe and your opinions.
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