How to Make Master Cleanse Gallon Recipe

Fresh lemons are required to make the master cleanse drink.
Fresh lemons are required to make the master cleanse drink. (Image: Images)

The ingredients for the Master Cleanse recipe are usually mixed by the glassful. However, you can also make 1 gallon of the drink to keep stored in the refrigerator. It will take a little time to prepare the lemons for the cleanse since you need to slice and squeeze 30 of them for the recipe.

Things You'll Need

  • 2-gallon pitcher
  • 1 gallon filtered water
  • 30 lemons
  • Sharp knife
  • 2 quarts organic grade B maple syrup
  • Wooden spoon
  • 1 tsp. cayenne pepper

Pour 1/2 gallon of filtered water into a 2-gallon pitcher.

Roll a lemon on the counter for a minute to soften it up.

Slice the lemon in half with a sharp knife.

Squeeze all of the juice that you can from both halves of the lemon into the pitcher.

Repeat Steps 2, 3 and 4 for the other 29 lemons.

Pour 2 quarts of organic grade B maple syrup into the pitcher.

Blend the maple syrup into the water with a wooden spoon until it’s totally dissolved.

Stir in 1 tsp. of cayenne pepper.

Pour the rest of the filtered water into the pitcher.

Stir the cleanse ingredients until they are thoroughly blended.

Store the pitcher in the refrigerator.

Tips & Warnings

  • Please note that you should drink 6-12 servings a day. To make it easy for yourself, make a big batch, which is what I have done in the past. Just make sure you keep it refrigerated, and don't make more then one days supply because you want the lemonade to be as fresh as possible when you drink it. If you don't like spicy drinks take two cayenne pepper capsules with each glass of lemonade instead of mixing the ground cayenne pepper into the drink. You can find cayenne pepper capsules at most health food and vitamin stores. Check out for more info on how to make the lemonade.

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