How to Make Gin Soaked Raisins to Treat Symptoms of Arthritis

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Treat arthritis with gin soaked raisins
Treat arthritis with gin soaked raisins (Image: Sunmaid.com)

If you've just been diagnosed with arthritis, or if you don't like the side-effects of your current arthritis medications, try eating gin soaked raisins to treat your arthritis symptoms.

Things You'll Need

  • Golden raisins
  • Wide mouth jar
  • Gin

Clean and dry your wide mouth jar (an old mayonnaise jar is perfect).

Take a large box of golden raisins, and pour into the jar. The raisins must be golden (also known as white or blond). The dark raisins do not have the same curative effect of arthritis symptoms as the golden raisins.

Pour gin over the raisins, until the raisins are just covered.

Place in a cool, dry, dark place (such as the back of a pantry) for a few weeks.

After a few weeks, check the raisins. When all of the gin has been soaked into the raisins, they are ready.

Eat nine raisins per day, for treatment of the symptoms of arthritis. When you're 1/4 to 1/2 finished with your raisins, start a new jar with raisins and gin, so that the new jar will be ready when you finish your first jar.

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