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Let the Healing Begin

I find that I am out of commission. I have contracted the flu. It is fairly bad. I will be taking off some time from blogging for rest and healing, and will be taking in plenty of this:


made from these dried hibiscus flowers:


...and then, when I can tolerate more of it, I will have quite a lot of this herb. The allicin within it does make you feel better, at least for a while. I believe in the Old Wise Women ways from the Days of Old. Taking two large cloves minced and raw per day. I am convinced this will lessen my time being sick:

By opening my palms and turning them up to Father Sky, I am saying that I am open to good health and healing from the Great Mother and the Universe:


While healing, I'll be making some time for working on these:


I will be back to blogging soon! Meanwhile, I'm off to make a cup of rooibos tea:

If you find yourself with a really bad cold or the flu, try some of these herbal medicines shown. They have remarkable healing properties! Henna too.

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  1. Chrys, I greatly appreciate your well wishes. This morning I thought with my natural cures that I had this thing beat. I was feeling great but have fallen right back into feeling ill.

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