CHOGG Cider -Herbal Cold and Flu Prizefighter


It’s called CHOGG Cider so you can remember the ingredients. Cayenne Horseradish Onion Garlic Ginger and Apple Cider Vinegar. – CHOGG Cider!

This is a Cold and Flu Prize Fighter Juice. It’s like Rocket Fuel. And it’s fast to make.

If you have Echinacea Tincture, add a couple of droppers full into your shot glass just before you use it. This will magnify the effectiveness even more!

CHOGG Cider Ingredients

  • 1 part Cayenne Peppers
  • 1 part Horseradish Root,
  • 1 parts Onion Bulb,
  • 3 parts Garlic Bulb,
  • 3 parts Ginger Root
  • Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar (Bragg’s)

CHOGG Cider can be made in two ways depending on how much work you want to put into it.

Use fresh roots and bulbs

The cayenne and the horseradish are to be handled with utmost care. The volatile oils get into your lungs and onto your skin and can burn severely for days.

Horseradish is dangerously pungent and you should work in a ventilated room and wear a mask and gloves when you grate it or macerate it. Horseradish is a very hard, tough root so ……. as a safer alternative, use horseradish powder or horseradish paste instead of having to “suit up” and deal with the potential hazards.

Cayenne also burns your skin and hands and the burn worsens and lingers as the hours pass. Wear gloves when preparing the cayenne peppers or use cayenne powder.


Use a shot glass to dilute it by half or more with water because it’s strong.
Add two droppers full of Echinacea Tincture if you have it.
Gargle, swish, and swallow. As often as you like – it’s FOOD!
As long as it’s fresh, your breath shouldn’t be garlicky and who cares when you’re sick anyway! Cheers, and get better!

Another way to make this Cold and Flu Rocket Fuel CHOGG Cider …..


Use powders


This powdered herbal is great for traveling. And if you put the clear juice from the powders soaked in water, in a small spray bottle you can use it as a throat spray. Works wonders!


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