Anti-Nausea Flu Cubes

If you've got the flu you know how hard it is to keep anything down. Here are some herbal ice cubes that can be easily prepared at home to help battle the nasty bug that's running rampant through your home. Read More: Article: Anti-Nausea Flu Cubes

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    If you've got the flu you know how hard it is to keep anything down. Here are some herbal ice cubes that can be easily prepared at home to help battle the nasty bug that's running rampant through your home.

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    Default Re: Anti-Nausea Flu Cubes

    I unfortunately did not see this until after my son got over the stomach flu, but I did run across something that I would like to share. My son's stomach flu subsided within 24 hrs and mine was stopped in its tracks after using activated charcoal tablets. For my son I broke two capsules open and added two teaspoons of water then mixed it up. The process was messy, but he said it had no flavor. He took 8 tablets (4 doses) before all flu symptoms had resolved, I caught mine early and only had to take two capsules (1 dose) before I was feeling healthy again. I had everybody else take two capsules each as a precaution and this is how our holiday was saved.

    *** Taking activated charcoal 2 hours before or 1 hour after taking other medications will nullify the other medication as charcoal will bond with it and it will not get absorbed by your body.

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    ostura Ingredients:

    2 tbsp dried orange peel

    zest of 1 orange

    1/4 cup sour cherries

    2 cinnamon sticks

    1 vanilla bean- seeds scraped

    1/4 tsp cloves

    1/4 cup quassia chips

    2 juniper berries

    1/8 tsp cocoa nibs

    pinch of black walnut leaf

    1/2 tsp cassia chips

    1/4 tsp wild cherry bark

    1/4 tsp orris root

    Rich Syrup:

    2 cups turbinado sugar

    1 1/2 cups water

    Equipment:

    5 quart size mason jars

    cheesecloth

    2 funnels- one small/ one large

    12 1oz boston round bottle w/ dropper

 

 

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