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Thought for the day 🌈

WE ARE STRONGER THAN WE THINK
Being brave means taking a leap
Take a leap into the future
Looking forward and not looking back
Having hope for the future
Without hope what is there?
Hope generates positively
Positivity creates enthusiasm
The enthusiasm to reach your highest potential πŸ’ͺπŸ€ΈπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸŒˆπŸŒŸ
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3 months ago
Thought for the day....
Nina’s tips to stay healthy and heal πŸ’™

Here are some top tips to boost your immune system and speed your recovery that I have learnt along the way.
During my illness I religiously made this healing tea, learnt from herbalist Jackie Saul-Hunt
In boiling water steep
Crushed garlic
Finley chopped onion
Grated ginger
As much lemon juice as you can handle
Grated fresh turmeric
Manuka honey if you can get it, otherwise local honey from Trinity Whole Foods
I make a big pot and drink it throughout the day, and swallow all the crushed goodness.
The garlic and onion is especially important as it helps kill the virus in your gut

Rub garlic on the soles of your feet. The anti viral properties go into your blood stream

I have a centrifugal juicer and invented this immune boosting juice:
1 garlic clove (no more)
1 whole unwaxed lemon
2 cm fresh turmeric
A big knob of fresh ginger
Half a pineapple (skin off)
A couple of sprigs of fresh parsley
I like it and I think it does the trick!!!

Go and visit Jackie in Barefoot Herbs in George St, Hastings and get some of her Defense tincture. It contains weapons grade echinacea amongst other things. She also sells 90% alcohol so you can make your own hand sanitizer. I’ve made mine by mixing it with water and adding essential oils like tea tree and orgegano, but sage is even better.

Get a Neti pot and some Himalayan salt and routinely do it every day to clean your nasal passages. Gargle any remaining salt water as it helps kill the virus in your throat, where it starts.

The other thing I’m doing is only eating 2 meals a day. As we are moving about less, using less energy, so less food is required. A late breakfast and early supper is works well.
Drink red wine over white. It’s not recommended to drink cold drinks. Warm or room temperature is better. And let’s face it, how are we all going to get through this without wine!

Yoga, mediation, walking in nature, especially as life is blossoming is Prana for the soul. Breathe it in, along with the cleaner air.

If anyone else has any top tips please share in this thread.
Much love and distant hugs to you all
🧘🏼🧘🧘🏿
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11 months ago
Thought for the day....
Nina’s tips to stay healthy and heal πŸ’™

Here are some top tips to boost your immune system and speed your recovery that I have learnt along the way.
During my illness I religiously made this healing tea, learnt from herbalist Jackie Saul-Hunt
In boiling water steep
Crushed garlic
Finley chopped onion
Grated ginger
As much lemon juice as you can handle
Grated fresh turmeric 
Manuka honey if you can get it, otherwise local honey from Trinity Whole Foods
I make a big pot and drink it throughout the day, and swallow all the crushed goodness.
The garlic and onion is especially important as it helps kill the virus in your gut

Rub garlic on the soles of your feet. The anti viral properties go into your blood stream

I have a centrifugal juicer and invented this immune boosting juice:
1 garlic clove (no more)
1 whole unwaxed lemon
2 cm fresh turmeric
A big knob of fresh ginger
Half a pineapple (skin off)
A couple of sprigs of fresh parsley
I like it and I think it does the trick!!!

Go and visit Jackie in Barefoot Herbs in George St, Hastings and get some of her Defense tincture. It contains weapons grade echinacea amongst other things. She also sells 90% alcohol so you can make your own hand sanitizer. I’ve made mine by mixing it with water and adding essential oils like tea tree and orgegano, but sage is even better.

Get a Neti pot and some Himalayan salt and routinely do it every day to clean your nasal passages. Gargle any remaining salt water as it helps kill the virus in your throat, where it starts. 

The other thing I’m doing is only eating 2 meals a day. As we are moving about less, using less energy, so less food is required. A late breakfast and early supper is works well. 
Drink red wine over white. It’s not recommended to drink cold drinks. Warm or room temperature is better. And let’s face it, how are we all going to get through this without wine!

Yoga, mediation, walking in nature, especially as life is blossoming is Prana for the soul. Breathe it in, along with the cleaner air.  

If anyone else has any top tips please share in this thread. 
Much love and distant hugs to you all
🧘🏼🧘🧘🏿
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Love this! Awesome tips xx

Great tips thank you Nina. Can I share? Glad you are better - Stay well xxxx

Sunshine! Even if it is standing on your doorstep, sunshine heals in many ways.

Thank you Nina πŸ™πŸΌ

Thank you for your thoughtfulness, keep safe . Frances x

Very helpful Nina , thank you πŸ™ , keep safe yogis ♥️

Thanks for the tips. Where do you get the fresh turmeric? I was tryong to get some but only found it online. X

I make up a lovely herbal drink similar ingredients, but add cinnamon and thimbleful for brandy!

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