My new best friends


Yesterday I brewed a cup of tea every hour and added 1/4 teaspoon of vitamin C crystals and a dropper of echinacea & goldenseal. I started feeling better almost immediately. Our local grocery store just started carrying this honey vanilla chamomile tea, and it is delicious.

I'm going to try this prescription again the next time I start to feel under the weather. It's an inexpensive alternative to a trip to the doctor's office. :)

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Thursday, November 08, 2007
My new best friends

Yesterday I brewed a cup of tea every hour and added 1/4 teaspoon of vitamin C crystals and a dropper of echinacea & goldenseal. I started feeling better almost immediately. Our local grocery store just started carrying this honey vanilla chamomile tea, and it is delicious.

I'm going to try this prescription again the next time I start to feel under the weather. It's an inexpensive alternative to a trip to the doctor's office. :)

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9 Comments:
Blogger Julie Fink said...
What a good idea. I definitely need to share this information with my daughter Kina.

Blogger Mishel said...
Thanks for the tip! We have always used echinacea, but never in a tea with the vitamin C crystals. It sounds yummy as well as healing.

I do hope you are feeling better today--and that Curly Girl is healing from her cut over her eye.

Blessings! : )

Blogger Happymama said...
We do Vitamin C Crystals and echinacea too. I'll have too look for the tea. We've been fighting the cold. Hubby and I haven't gotten it.....yet. ;}

~Kristi

Blogger Karen said...
Thanks for the tip. I need to pick this up for the winter ahead. Glad to know it worked for you.
Also happy you're feeling better!

Blogger Mommy said...
Told you the Vitimine C every hour would work. ;) Of course I am sure the other stuff helped out some too. :)

Glad to hear you are feeling better.

Blogger Faith said...
This is one of my favorite teas! and thanks for the tip about the vitamin c. Am so glad you are feeling better! Enjoy the weekend

Anonymous Jendi said...
Sounds like a good way to keep a mommy going.

I added the recipe for the pumpkin bread to the original post about it.

Have a great day!

Blogger Jodi said...
So much cozier, too, than dragging oneself off to the cold, sterile doctor's office! Glad you're feeling better.

Blogger Mrs.E said...
Oh my goodness! What a wonderful concoction you've shared. I would do anything to not get sick because I don't make a very pretty sick lady :)

I will definitely keep these items on hand at the first sign of a symptom. In fact I might just have to take it so that I don't get a symptom at all.

Thank you so much :)

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