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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

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.

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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

They will. :o) The thinkers and questioners amongst them, anyway.

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gobby 2 points ago +2 / -0

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.

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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

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.

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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for expounding on that. That makes it even better!

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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks. Now I can answer, lol. No, I am not a nooker. Are you?

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gobby 5 points ago +5 / -0

That's why thy changed the catchphrase from 'global warming' to 'climate change.' They can fit everything under that umbrella.

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gobby 2 points ago +2 / -0

I thought this was a Bee article.

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gobby -1 points ago +2 / -3

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.

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gobby 8 points ago +8 / -0

I keep hearing about it. Would you please tell me what changes you've seen and how often / what dose you take? Thanks.

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gobby 13 points ago +13 / -0

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.

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gobby 5 points ago +5 / -0

Sorry, fren. Praying for your neighbor.

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gobby 3 points ago +3 / -0

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!

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gobby 5 points ago +5 / -0

The kids will look around and see many unmasked people everywhere and put 2 and 2 together.

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gobby 4 points ago +4 / -0

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.

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gobby 2 points ago +2 / -0

For most of the day? Tomorrow is the one year delta of Q's last post. Hmm.

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gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think it's actually the other way around.

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