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A native wildflower to North America, there is around 70 species of columbine. Medicinally the petals have been used as an astringent and to sooth sore throats, however, the roots and seeds are poisonous. Symbolism of the flower ranges from foolishness to Aphrodite, Mary Magdalene and mourning dove; Columba meaning dove in Latin.

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How to Massage Your Fingers To Get Rid of Cold, Sore Throat, Relieve Headache & Pain in the Sinuses

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Juice of 6 fresh lemons 1 bulb garlic 2 tsp ginger powder 2 tbsp honey 3 cups pineapple juice 1/4 tsp cayenne powder Blend all ingredients thoroughly and store in a glass jar. Take 1 cup 4 times a day until the symptoms are resolved.

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from My Fussy Eater

Honey Lemon Ginger Jar - Natural Cold & Flu Remedy

Determined to keep the bugs at bay, I made this homemade cold & flu remedy. It's so so easy to make and keeps in the fridge for months. Each morning I simply add a couple of teaspoons to some warm water. It also makes a lovely soothing drink if you are suffering with a sore throat.

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Cayenne has many medicinal uses. Capsaicin (what gives cayenne its spicy flavor) is a PAIN-RELIEVER. It inhibits sensory & pain nerves, which is great for ARTHRITIS & MIGRAINES. It boosts METABOLISM, aiding with lowering CHOLESTEROL, improving DIGESTION, reducing BLOOD PRESSURE, & LOSING WEIGHT. Cayenne is ANTI-BACTERIAL, helping you fight respiratory infections, SORE THROATS, & flus. The spicy heat is detoxifying & can increase CIRCULATION & remove blockages that promote disease & illness.

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Herbs to Know: Sage

Herbs to Know: Sage. It has antibacterial and astringent properties, which explains it popular use in gargles for sore throats, gingivitis and sore gums | www.herbalswirl.com

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