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Homemade Cough Syrup – AKA Snake Juice

Homemade Cough Syrup – AKA Snake Juice When cold and flu season hits, it’s nice to have an assortment of home remedies for coughs on hand to sooth sore throats.  We’ve tried just about all of these at one point or another, depending on who’s coughing and what type of cough they have.  This wonderful recipe …

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How To Make: Lavender Soda + Lavender Syrup + Lavender Lemonade

How To Make: Lavender Soda + Lavender Syrup + Lavender Lemonade I love handmade drinks. Whenever you go to a local store and buy lavender or pick your own from your garden making one of these delicious lavender flavored drinks will get your juices flowing :). I always thought it was just too complicated to make them …

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22 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

22 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup Did you know that many trees besides the Maple tree can be tapped for sap? Some trees yield a sugar-rich sap which can be drunk raw, fermented into alcoholic beverages or gently boiled down to syrup However, there are trees that will provide you with sap that …

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Homemade Pine Needle Cough Syrup

Homemade Pine Needle Cough Syrup Whether you’re suffering from a common cold, seasonal allergies or a more serious illness, such as pneumonia or bronchitis, the need for immediate and long-lasting cough suppression is immense.  This natural home remedy is useful to cut phlegm in the throat and lungs, and for opening air passages. It is …

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How To Make Your Own Maple Syrup

How To Make Your Own Maple Syrup I guess it doesn’t really have to be maple syrup. It can be any type of syrup you can get from a tree, but not all are edible… and they definitely don’t all taste good. You’ll need a maple or birch tree if you plan on making your …

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18 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

18 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup Did you know that many trees besides the Maple tree can be tapped for sap? Some trees yield a sugar-rich sap which can be drunk raw, fermented into alcoholic beverages or gently boiled down to syrup However, there are trees that will provide you with sap that …

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