Mucus build-up plagues people during a post-nasal drip, cold or flu, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep throat, catarrh, laryngitis, chicken pox, measles, mononucleosis, whooping cough or croup. Allergies to certain food products can contribute to mucus build-up as well. When your system is weak from illness and allergies, these membranes can go into overdrive, causing that familiar stuffy feeling. In such circumstances, many medical practitioners recommend you avoid foods that cause mucus…
Six Amazing Health Benefits of Magnesium - and Some Great Ways to Get More of It – Stupid Easy Paleo
A lady at the post office taught me this trick and I have realized very few people know about it! You can turn a flat rate envelope into a pouch to increase the capacity. It holds more than a small flat rate box ($5.80) and about as much as a medium ($12.35) for only $5.60. So worth it! I do this all the time! Just fold the bottom both ways, and flatten it out from the inside, folding the corners and taping them up into a rectangular bottom. Secure with lots of tape. Happy shipping!