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This is not a substitute for an emergency inhaler or proper medical care, but I found it amazingly helpful.
I have always been a tea drinker and came across a vague recipe for 'ginger - milk tea.' I decided to give it a try. The ingredients were ginger root, water, looseleaf oolong tea leaves, milk and honey.
I bought ginger root at the grocery store. I didn't have an actual recipe, so I had to approximate it as best I could. What I did was, I cut about an inch to an inch and a half off the ginger root, peeled it, then sliced it like a carrot. I put it into a saucepan with about a quart or so of water and brought it to a boil. I let it boil for a minute, then turned it down and allowed it to simmer. After about 10 minutes I notice the water had changed color and look golden. I figured that was long enough.
Now I used that water to make tea. I used about a teaspoon of the oolong tea and steeped that in a cup of the ginger water. Then I added the milk and honey. After a couple of weeks, I noticed I wasn't using my inhaler as much. The only explanation was the tea - it was the only thing I was doing differently. (Previously I had gone through one inhaler a month, using it every 3-4 hours.)
I kept drinking the tea and eventually started to experiment with green tea instead of oolong tea, no milk, no honey, etc. I would even make the ginger water and keep it in the refrigerator to drink as a cold drink - basically a water substitute.
Now an inhaler lasts me a year! I later learned ginger is an anti-inflammatory.
I would suggest making the tea and drinking just as described (with the oolong tea, milk and honey) for at least a month or at least until you/they see a big difference in their inhaler use and breathing. And if you / they just hate the tea and can't drink it, there are ginger supplement pills and that might work just as well. I haven't used those though, so I can't say. Good luck and let me know if it helps. I hope it does.
Sure, of course.
I'm so glad you asked this. Yes! I'll DM you.
They will. :o) The thinkers and questioners amongst them, anyway.
That's a cute reindeer.
Why capitulate? Do you think a state education is that important? Challenge the 'requirement.' There is no constitutional standing for it. It's more important she knows that than whatever that grad school would teach her.
Haha. It actually does say that the word of God is complete. It also doesn't mention 'the pope.' But if you actually want to know, you can look it up yourself.
Thank you for expounding on that. That makes it even better!
Thanks. Now I can answer, lol. No, I am not a nooker. Are you?
That's why thy changed the catchphrase from 'global warming' to 'climate change.' They can fit everything under that umbrella.
I thought this was a Bee article.
Except the bible doesn't say that. Mary was a sinner, just like the rest of us. She just happened to be a sinner who was chosen to participate in something incredible. God uses sinners to do His works. Those are the only people He has to work with.
I keep hearing about it. Would you please tell me what changes you've seen and how often / what dose you take? Thanks.
This is great news! Thank you for sharing your remarkable journey. One point of clarification -- as you numbered the days, were you taking ivermectin EVERY day? I know some take it as a prophylaxis, but understand that's just on a weekly basis. So I wanted to understand if you were getting these incredible results due to daily use, or if just once a week was getting you these results? Thanks, fren. So glad things are going so well for you.
Sorry, fren. Praying for your neighbor.
What's a nooker?
Not idiot questions, good questions. I'm glad you're asking. A poster above says they've been around for a long time. Maybe, but I've never heard of them. Why not? Can't be all that common. And I too would like to know about the pcr test connection. So many questions!
The little thinking men suggest to me this man was perhaps unaware of this side effect and is just now thinking it through.
The kids will look around and see many unmasked people everywhere and put 2 and 2 together.
I've never heard of a regular flu test. Generally, everybody has diagnosed themselves and taken the appropriate measures. Or possibly they've been diagnosed by a doctor, but again, without benefit of a special test. Weird.
For most of the day? Tomorrow is the one year delta of Q's last post. Hmm.
Thank God for people like this.
I think it's actually the other way around.
I was kind of hoping Q would post on the one year delta.