"Thyme Tincture, used to clear respiratory congestion and sore throats. Pour apple cider vinegar over the thyme and leave in a dark place for two weeks. Use 10-20 drops in a glass of water, up to 3 times a day, especially before bed."
Healthy Gummies for Cold, Flu and Sleep. These tasty little treats help your little one fight colds and the flu all while also helping them to get more restful sleep. They are also full of antioxidants and healthy protein! realfoodrn.com #elderberry #gummies
1 cup honey;1 cup lemon juice;5-7 radishes;1 small red onion;6 garlic cloves; Wash, peel, and trim the vegetables as appropriate, and cut the onion into 2-4 chunks; blend until smooth;StrainRefrigerate for up to a week.Adults take 2 Tbsp. once a day, or as needed.Children take 1 Tbsp. once a day, or as needed.expelling within 24 hrs
So, here we are, right in the middle of January and flu season is definitely upon us. We’ve been lucky enough in our family to avoid any seasonal sickness so far this year, but a lot of that luck is probably thanks to the fact that we’ve been staying in with baby Jack most of …
Natural Cold Kicker recipe: 1/4 c. ginger root, freshly grated 1/4 c. onion, freshly chopped 1/4 c. fresh rosemary, chopped 1/4 c. fresh sage leaves, chopped 1/4 c. grated horseradish 4 cloves of garlic (you can up it to 6, if you feel adventurous) 2 Tbsp. ground cayenne pepper organic apple cider vinegar to cover
Plant calendula seeds in your garden next year. It tolerates poor soil & comes back every year. Although the petals & stems are edible & make a pretty garnish they taste bitter. We grow calendula for its medicinal value for many ailments, but my favorite is for the skin. You can use it as a local topical application to boost the healing rate, prevent infection on a wound or other skin conditions including chapped & dry skin. Double click the picture to learn to make a Calendula infusion.