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Medicinal Uses Of These 22 Common Spices

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    Medicinal Uses Of These 22 Common Spices

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    Cool. With the exception of the one about coffee. I'll keep getting mine the old fashioned way by drinking it..

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    Very useful. Thanks
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    I love this stuff - thanks!

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    Very useful list Hawrider, thanks for posting. I take a teaspoon of ginger everyday really helps with normal aches and pains. Sometimes if it's an abnormal painful day/night at work I'll take an extra teaspoon whenever it occurs. Try it, it works.
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    Good info. I do a couple spoons of raw local honey in my coffee ever day. It wasn't on the list but it's supposed to be good for you.
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    Also check foods effective against resistant pathogens and it should give a list. What else will most have?

    This is more about not getting sick at all and being right on top of it at first sign.

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    "8. Freshly Brewed Coffee

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    Well, that ship has sailed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arklatex View Post
    Good info. I do a couple spoons of raw local honey in my coffee ever day. It wasn't on the list but it's supposed to be good for you.
    Local to your area honey will be most beneficial to keeping allergies down if you have those issues. And its shelf life is indefinite.
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    Thank you. I believe I'm going to repost that. Very helpful
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