Mama’s Drinkin’ Moonshine

I have spent the last few warm and sunny afternoons sipping on ice cold “Good Girl Moonshine”. This is not the same stuff I drank in college (when I was not such a good girl), this is what I am drinking now that I am in my early 30’s and want to burn fat even when we I am not exercising. This is Good Girl Moonshine and when I drink it from a red Solo cup I feel like I’m at a party!

Get ready for this…it is fresh and cool, aids in digestion, is antibacterial, antimicrobial, boosts energy, gently detoxes the body, packed with Vitamin C, so it’s immune boosting, reduces inflammation, fights against ovarian cancer (and cancer in general) and makes the skin look healthier, younger and clearer! The list of beneficial ingredients in this one happy little powerhouse of a beverage is so impressive, I am just going to stop there and ask you to look up each one after you make your first glass. While you are sipping away do a little research and love each sip more than the last.

If you have a shaker cup, this is the time to use it. If not, a tall cup and a spoon with some vigor would likely do just fine.


  • 2 tablespoons of Organic Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Juice of 1 organic lemon
  • 1 packet of Stevia (or Maple Syrup, Agave…etc)
  • Ginger (I use the herbal tincture variety. It’s potent and it mixes well in a beverage. You can use powder if thats all you have on hand).
  • 2 cups of water
  • Ice


  • Put all ingredients into a shaker cup
  • Shake!
  • Pour over ice
  • Ahhhh…

This will be what I will be drinking throughout the Spring and Summer!

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