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Ginger yeast will quickly overcome weakness after winter. One glass a day is enough. The lineup includes a turbo powered add-on

Gingerbread is an even healthier alternative to tincture or syrup. It supports the immune system, improves stomach function and regulates digestive processes. Check out our simple and proven recipe.

The cold season is in full swing. Before you buy drugs, try natural remedies, which are often more effective than store-bought ones. Ginger Sourdough is a powerful dose of vitamins that will improve our immunity.

For thousands of years, ginger has been used as a remedy for colds, noses and sore throats. Ginger root contains chemical compounds that strengthen the immunity, thanks to which we get sick less. In addition, it has warming properties and cleanses the body, so if you have a cold or flu, it will help you get over the infection faster. Due to its characteristic, pungent taste and smell, it is an excellent remedy for nasal and sinus congestion.

In this sourdough snack, in addition to ginger, you will find 3 more valuable ingredients: honey, turmeric and… sour cabbage juice. This combination is a guarantee of power.

Gingerbread with turmeric


  • a large piece of ginger
  • 2 large pieces of turmeric
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup of sauerkraut or pickle juice,
  • 1 liter of boiled water


  1. If you choose ginger and organic turmeric, there is no need to peel it. Just brush it on lightly and let it dry.
  2. Cut into small pieces or rub with a grater to make the sourdough taste stronger.
  3. Pour the rhizomes, honey and sauerkraut or cucumber juice into a pre-boiled container.
  4. Shake lightly and pour lazy water.
  5. Close the lid and leave in a cool and dark place for about a week.
  6. After the specified time, the yeast is ready, just drink half a glass or one glass a day to strengthen immunity.

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