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Friday, January 30, 2015

So today was a short day. I love Fridays. I don't feel so good. I have a cold. It's going all around the school I teach at. It's not the flu, thank goodness. I woke up yesterday with a sore throat. I have found some stuff called Throat Coat tea, that does help. I used to use zicam, but found out that it increases my sugar. Not good. It was the only stuff that would help. Hopefully, I can find something to replace it. If anyone knows of anything. ... Oh and I made some homemade chicken noodle soup. It was really good, and hopefully it will help. emoticon
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  • MEWHENRYSMAMA
    Vinegar remedy
    2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
    8 oz water, juice or tea
    Mix together and sip 3 x a day

    COLDS
    At the first sign of a cold, take 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in half a cup of water several times a day. The body becomes more alkaline during a cold and the vinegar will help to rebalance the body's acid level. If you have a chest cold, a long-standing home remedy calls for soaking a piece of brown paper in vinegar then sprinkling one side of it with black pepper. Place the peppered side of the paper on the chest, cover with a towel, and relax for 20 minutes.

    2065 days ago
  • MEWHENRYSMAMA
    THEY ARE CALLED COLD EEZE
    2065 days ago
  • MEWHENRYSMAMA
    You can get some relief with just vinegar (apple cider vinegar with the "mother" such as Braggs brand). You can mix with water...add lemon. Zicam's thing is zinc, something else you can try is sugar free zinc logenzes for colds. Hope you feel better and glad you have a couple days to rest!
    Healing Hugs,
    Mary
    2065 days ago
  • NELLIEH1
    Vinegar with honey can help...also vitamins...Hope you feel much better soon!!!
    2065 days ago
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