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    Cold and Flu Fighters

    Dib's
    Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:21 pm
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    So, your best friend has the flu and her kids have a cold. Other than making a batch of homemade chicken soup (double broth) what other "lifesavers" can you take "to the rescue"?

    Besides the classic Chicken, maybe one of these might help.
    Flu Fighting Mustard Green and Sweet Potato Soup
    New England Soup Factory Flu Chaser Soup
    Anti Cold and Flu Soup
    Flu-Fighter Cookies
    Flu Stew

    I swear by hot lemonaid and honey-just makes me feel better.
    Cold and Flu Remedy....congestion Be Gone!
    Comforting Cold and Flu Tea
    Warm Cough and Flu Remedy
    Warm Orange Spice Drink for Cold & Flu
    Flu-Buster Tonic

    For your friend once the kiddies are down and out, hand her a jar of Allergy/Cold/Flu Bath for a relaxing "ahhhhhhhhh" moment.

    What are your "works like a charm" remedies?
    duonyte
    Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:35 am
    Forum Host
    Hot lemonade - basically, you muddle a couple of slices of lemon in your mug, add some honey or sugar, and then top with hot water. For adults, you can add a shot of whiskey. A glug of fruit syrups is a nice addition, too. I particularly like raspberry or cherry syrup.
    *Parsley*
    Tue Nov 13, 2012 3:24 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    Hot lemonade - basically, you muddle a couple of slices of lemon in your mug, add some honey or sugar, and then top with hot water. For adults, you can add a shot of whiskey. A glug of fruit syrups is a nice addition, too. I particularly like raspberry or cherry syrup.



    I do that with hot tea. I add lots of lemon slices, honey and a shot of brandy.
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