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When fate hands you a lemon, make lemonade

Lemonades can be prepared in countless variations. If you add fresh herbs, you give your body the nutrients it needs. That's why it's a good idea to get to grips with herbalism. Today I present you a variation that strengthens hair, skin and nails and thus brings a rejuvenating quality.



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▽ 4-6 bunches of field horsetail (wild herb)

▽ 1 lemon

▽ 2 oranges

▽1 tsp sweetener (pear syrup, date syrup, honey...)

▽ 500ml water



  1. Blend all ingredients in a high-powered blender.


Wild herbs

Nature gives us many valuable herbs. The field horsetail can be replaced here with the herb that tastes best to you.

Nettle | for iron deficiency, anaemia, poor wound healing, metabolic problems, detoxification, diseases of the supporting apparatus (rheumatism...), digestive problems.

Dandelion | has a detoxifying, wound-healing, blood-forming, blood-purifying, anti-inflammatory effect. Supports bile and liver.

Sweet grass | amino acids (valine, leucine, isoleucine) for a healthy muscle build-up, rich in vitamins (A, B1-B9, C, D, E, K, even B12!), SOD (against cell ageing), blood-forming, blood-cleansing, detoxifying, immune-strengthening...

But you can also add classics like mint, sage, lavender...

and much more!


xoxo your good-life coach Claudia 💋

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