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Want to create your own antibacterial  foam soap??
  1 Recycled Foam Bottle dispenser make sure it is rinsed thoroughly
  4 oz of unscented dish soap
  4 oz of tap water
  25 drops of your favorite smelling Essential oil
 
Stir do not shake the ingredients gently.  It is ready to use.  
 
Honey.. did you know??
Honey is the only food on the planet that will not spoil or rot. What it will do is what some call 'turning to sugar'. In reality, honey is always honey. However, when left in a cool dark place for a long time it will "crystallize". When this happens loosen the lid, boil some water and sit the honey container in the hot water, but turn off the heat and let it liquefy naturally. It is then as good as it ever was. Never boil honey or put it in a microwave. This will kill the enzymes in the honey.
 
Cinnamon and Honey

Bet the drug companies won't like this one getting around. Facts on Honey and Cinnamon: It is found that a mixture of honey and Cinnamon cures most diseases. Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world. Scientists of today also accept honey as a 'Ram Ban' (very effective) medicine for all kinds of diseases. Honey can be used without side effects for any kind of diseases.  Today's science says that even though honey is sweet, when it is taken in the right dosage as a medicine, it does not harm even diabetic patients.
 
 
 

Earache & Ear Infection Remedy  “Grandma’s Magic Drops”


-Put 1/4 cup unrefined olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. -Add about 4 cloves of crushed, coarsely chopped garlic.
-Let it simmer until the garlic pieces start to brown.
-Remove the garlic and bring to room or body temperature.
-Use a dropper and drop several drops in the affected ear.
-Wait several minutes with the bad ear up to let the oil run down into the ear.
-Repeat several times a day until the ear is better.

You can store the oil in a glass container in the refrigerator. When you’re ready to use them, fill up the dropper and leave it on the counter to warm up for several minutes.

 
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar, years ago focusing on enhancing immune function and digestion as well as for symptom relief of colds. The standard version of Fire Cider is a combination of vinegar infused with herbs and vegetables known to be anti-microbial, decongestant promoting, and spicy for promoting healthy circulation. Along with the standard recipe other herbs can be used depending upon the time of the year the recipe is made and availability of the herbs. I highly suggest using all organic ingredients as well as raw apple cider vinegar. Fire Cider can be taken by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary), added to fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with a good cold-pressed olive oil. The strained pulp can be saved and mixed with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! The consensus is that 1 tbsp each morning is good for preventative measures. 3 tbsp daily is suggested when one feels a cold coming on. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

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 FIRE CIDER is a Cold/Flu Remedy
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar, years ago focusing on enhancing immune function and digestion as well as for symptom relief of colds. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

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Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar, years ago focusing on enhancing immune function and digestion as well as for symptom relief of colds. The standard version of Fire Cider is a combination of vinegar infused with herbs and vegetables known to be anti-microbial, decongestant promoting, and spicy for promoting healthy circulation. Along with the standard recipe other herbs can be used depending upon the time of the year the recipe is made and availability of the herbs. I highly suggest using all organic ingredients as well as raw apple cider vinegar. Fire Cider can be taken by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary), added to fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with a good cold-pressed olive oil. The strained pulp can be saved and mixed with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! The consensus is that 1 tbsp each morning is good for preventative measures. 3 tbsp daily is suggested when one feels a cold coming on. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

Read more at WPBeginner: Fire Cider Recipe – Cold & Flu Folk Remedy http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar, years ago focusing on enhancing immune function and digestion as well as for symptom relief of colds. The standard version of Fire Cider is a combination of vinegar infused with herbs and vegetables known to be anti-microbial, decongestant promoting, and spicy for promoting healthy circulation. Along with the standard recipe other herbs can be used depending upon the time of the year the recipe is made and availability of the herbs. I highly suggest using all organic ingredients as well as raw apple cider vinegar. Fire Cider can be taken by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary), added to fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with a good cold-pressed olive oil. The strained pulp can be saved and mixed with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! The consensus is that 1 tbsp each morning is good for preventative measures. 3 tbsp daily is suggested when one feels a cold coming on. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

Read more at WPBeginner: Fire Cider Recipe – Cold & Flu Folk Remedy http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar, years ago focusing on enhancing immune function and digestion as well as for symptom relief of colds. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

Read more at WPBeginner: Fire Cider Recipe – Cold & Flu Folk Remedy http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/
 
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

Read more at WPBeginner: Fire Cider Recipe – Cold & Flu Folk Remedy http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/
Fire Cider, also known as Cyclone Cider, Plague Tonic, Gunk, is an herbal folk remedy that is promoted for its capabilities to boost the immune system. Fire Cider was publicly shared by renowned herbalist, Rosemary Gladstar.  The standard version of Fire Cider is a combination of vinegar infused with herbs and vegetables known to be anti-microbial, decongestant promoting, and spicy for promoting healthy circulation.
 
Fire Cider can be taken by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary), added to fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with a good cold-pressed olive oil. The strained pulp can be saved and mixed with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! The consensus is that 1 tbsp each morning is good for preventative measures. 3 tbsp daily is suggested when one feels a cold coming on.
 
 

Recipe Ingredients:

1/2 cup fresh grated organic ginger root

1/2 cup fresh grated organic horseradish root

1 medium organic onion, chopped

10 cloves of organic garlic, crushed or chopped

2 organic jalapeno peppers, chopped Zest and juice from 1 organic lemon

Several sprigs of fresh organic rosemary or 2 tbsp of dried rosemary leaves

1 tbsp organic turmeric powder

1/4 tsp organic cayenne powder organic apple cider vinegar raw local honey to taste

 

Directions Prepare all of your roots, fruits, and herbs and place them in a quart sized jar. If you’ve never grated fresh horseradish, be prepared for a powerful sinus opening experience!

 

Use a piece of natural parchment paper under the lid to keep the vinegar from touching the metal, or a plastic lid if you have one. Shake well! Store in a dark, cool place for one month and remember to shake daily.

 

After one month, use cheesecloth to strain out the pulp, pouring the vinegar into a clean jar.

 

Be sure to squeeze as much of the liquid goodness as you can from the pulp while straining. Next, comes the honey! Add 1/4 cup of honey and stir until incorporated.

 

Taste your cider and add another 1/4 cup until you reach the desired sweetness. Ingredient Variations

 

The herbs and spices below can make a wonderful addition to your Fire Cider Recipe.

Thyme      Rosehips      Star Anise      Schisandra Berries      Astragalus      Parsley      Burdock Oregano      Peppercorns      Beet Root Powder      Habanero Powder      Bird’s Eye Chili Powder Whole Chili Peppers      

 

Fresh orange, grapefruit, lime juice and peels

(The recipe above is from Mountain Rose Herbs and can be found here.)

 
Fire Cider can be taken by the spoonful, added to organic veggie juice (throw in some olives and pickles and think non-alcoholic, health boosting bloody mary), added to fried rice, or drizzled on a salad with a good cold-pressed olive oil. The strained pulp can be saved and mixed with shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and fresh herbs to make delicious and aromatic stir-fries and spring rolls! The consensus is that 1 tbsp each morning is good for preventative measures. 3 tbsp daily is suggested when one feels a cold coming on. - See more at: http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/fire-cider-recipe-cold-flu-folk-remedy-2344/#sthash.RYDZVJP4.dpuf

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