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Company Cheesecake | Love My Philly - 3 views

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Dolly Cake - 0 views

    This Dolly Cake is a great idea for a princess, fairy tale, or doll-themed party.
Matti Narkia

'Superfoods' Everyone Needs - WebMD - 0 views

    Imagine a superfood -- not a drug -- powerful enough to help you lower your cholesterol, reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer, and, for an added bonus, put you in a better mood. Did we mention that there are no side effects? You'd surely stock up on a lifetime supply. Guess what? These life-altering superfoods are available right now in your local supermarket.
Joelle Nebbe-Mornod

Healing Herbal Tea Recipes - Herbs - 0 views

    Herbal tea for respiratory troubles\n\nThis an herbal mixture that is wonderful for a sore throat, stuffy nose, congestion in the chest, and so on.\n\nYou don't need to use ALL of the herbs listed here; mix it up individually depending on what the problem is. If it's mainly a sore throat, use herbs for soothing the throat and helping to fight the infection; if it's congestion use herbs to loosen the mucous and make sneezes and coughs more productive and so on. Please research the effects of these herbs.\n\nEucalyptus to loosen mucous and help to open and soothe membranes\nComfrey is a natural analgesic, helps with sore throat\nLavender helps open nasal passages, relaxes muscles and can help with headaches\nRosehips are a good source of vitamin C\nJuniper berries are a mild expectorant\nElecampane is an expectorant, and an excellent remedy for bronchitis, as it helps with cough\nAngelica is good for cough and colds\nCatnip is a good cold and flu remedy, as it is an expectorant, eases stomach upset, and fever reducer\nAnise is an expectorant\nPeppermint is an antibiotic, and soothes nausea, upset stomach, and headaches\nSage is an immune stimulant\nAlfalfa is an immune stimulant\nHorehound is very good to use when there is severe congestion, as it promotes mucous production and soothes the muscles of the bronchus\n\nThe following herbs can be added as needed.\nGoldenseal is an antibiotic\nHyssop is good for sore throats\nLobelias is powerful against respiratory infections, such as earache, or of the lymph nodes, so could be very useful for those with mono\nWild cherry bark is a cough suppressant, most useful when taken at night so as to inhibit coughing while trying to sleep\nBlood root is an expectorant and can help to relax the bronchial muscles\nBoneset is good for upper respiratory infections and can also relieve mild aches and pains associated with influenza\nCloves can stimulate and disinfect the bronchial membrane\nElder flowers are good for upper respiratory a
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