Sumatra - Arthritis and Pain Formula
By Gregory Medeiros
Although he didn't invent it Paul Harvey popularized this home remedy for pain, especially pain from arthritis, by talking about it on his radio show in 1994. He further popularized it by reading letters sent to him by members of his audience telling about their amazing results. Sumatra involves soaking golden raisins in gin and then eating the raisins every day.
This is a really easy recipe to prepare. Just take some golden raisins, put them into a shallow glass bowl and add enough gin to cover the raisins. Add a little cinnamon and/or honey if you would like. Cover the bowl with a towel to keep bugs and dust out. Let them sit for ten days. The gin should be almost completely evaporated and the raisins soft and moist. The alcohol will evaporate through the towel leaving the anti-inflammatory properties of the gin in the raisins so you don't have to worry about getting drunk form eating the raisins.
Store your gin soaked raisins in a tightly closed glass container. No need to refrigerate them. Take nine raisins a day.
It's as simple as that!