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<<Jennie> Siebold>>
<<Jennie> Siebold>> • 1 year ago

Dr Oz: Cough Syrup Recipe All Natural Cure For Coughing: homemade-syrup -1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar -1Tbsp honey - ¼ tsp ground ginger -¼ tsp cayenne pepper -Mix in 2 Tbsp water. ~Gargle and then swallow.

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