Ward Off the Flu with Fire Cider
From what I know the following ingredients are always in a fire cider:
grated horseradish root
grated ginger root
chopped hot peppers
raw apple cider vinegar
An easy rule of thumb is to use one part of each. Place them in a quart jar, about 3/4 of the way full and top it off with the cider vinegar. The cider is ready then, but should ideally rest for a minimum of two weeks before using. Give it a good shake every day during those two weeks, then strain the mixture.
In these samples below I decided to experiment with chopping and blending the mixtures to see if that made a difference in the potency. While it maybe it sounds disgusting, or you're intimidated by the precautions, take comfort in the fact that you can pronounce all of the ingredients. A little goes a long way here.
It will keep for at least a year in a cool, dark place.