Thursday, August 29, 2013

Old Fashioned Natural Remedy and Flowers

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have chosen for this post is a 3 minute one...it shows you how to make your own cough syrup, naturally!  I have used this formula and I can tell you that it has worked wonders for me.  There is also lovely music in this video.  Enjoy!

The photos I am sharing today are ones that I took on a recent walk.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.




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27 comments:

  1. This is quite similar to a cough remedy that my mother made. Your flowers are beautiful, they look HUGE! We have the white ones here but I don't know what they are. Matter of fact, I am not sure what any of these are today!!

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  2. That's a very interesting recipe for cough syrup. I don't know if I'll ever try it, though. It sounds too much like cooking. :)

    The flowers photos are very nice. I especially liked the perspective on the white one. The blue sky makes a beautiful backdrop.

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  3. Super remedy, and lovely flowers, I too like the sky behind the white flowers, are they hydrangeas? Cheers from Jean.

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  4. Lovely photos!
    Greetings from, RW & SK

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  5. Beautiful pictures, and isn't that blue sky gorgeous.

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  6. Great images!!! Thanks for visiting!!

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  7. wow, i've never had to make my own cough syrup before, but now i know how to! heheheh =) the colors for the flowers are so beautifully vivid. it'll be interesting to see how the look of nature changes in your photos as autumn emerges =)

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  8. Hi Linda.. Very cool pictures.. and video. Cheers.. Have a nice day..

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  9. Hello! Beautiful flower pictures. Thanks for your comments on my post. I am now following you!

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  10. Hi! Nice captures. Your flower photos are very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Wow those are some amazingly bright colors there Linda. And I have been experiencing a sore throat lately so I need to learn how to make my own cough syrup :)

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  12. Beautiful glowers...and such a sunny day!

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  13. I love this video! I certainly will use this ginger honey recipe next time I have a sore throat – I hope it will be in a while though… Your flower photos are lovely.

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  14. I especially like the white pom poms. I wonder if they're called snow balls?

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  15. Those flowers are the cure to what ails me this morning...nice!

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  16. Dear Linda - looks like a wonderful recipe. I have used honey warmed before with lemon but never ginger...will have to remember this remedy next time. Those flowers are stunning. Are they cannas? I have never grown any here but they may have to be on my list for next year. Take care and have a great day.

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  17. Every morning I eat a spoon full of honey, Linda, and in need I eat candied ginger, I love it !
    Lie(f)s.

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  18. takk for video, skal prøve en gang :-)

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  19. Obrigada por compartilhar tamanha beleza.
    abraços

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  20. Minä käutän seuravalla kerralla hyvää reseptä kiitos Linda
    Sinun kukkaset ovat kauniita:)

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  21. Oh those colors are amazingly beautiful.

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  22. Your flowers are gorgeous Linda, they are real smile bringers. I was very interested in your video. I have a similar recipe with those ingredients, plus a cup of hot water, to use as a drink when cold season is here. But truthfully I like it so much I will drink it even when I am not sick, especially if I have come out of the cold and want something comforting to drink. I've never seen this recipe for cough syrup and am very happy you posted it today as I will definitely remember this. Thanks so much and wishing you a great week :)

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  23. I've never used fresh ginger, but I've heard that it's helpful for many things. I like the idea of a natural cough syrup. It looks like it would be very soothing, perhaps for a sore throat, too. Thank you for sharing this.

    Those flowers are so pretty! I love the orange-red one especially.

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  24. I will pass the cough syrup recipe to my daughter...she has an auto immune disease and eats most everything natural plus medications. I love photo number two...such pretty flowers. I will miss them in the next few months.

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  25. My granny's recipe. As well as the ginger she also squeezed a lemon and scraped out the inside to add to the mixture.

    Lovely colourful pictures Linda

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