Sickie Soup and Sweet & Spicy Magic Syrup

  You don’t feel good, but you still have to fix supper for your family. What do you do?  Crawl out to the kitchen, yes totally done that before, and you make Sickie Soup!  {Aka Chicken and Rice soup}

  Don’t grab that can of Campbells, this soup is soothing enough for your upset tummy, but hearty and tasty enough, that the healthy people in your life will enjoy it too!  Full of lots of good fresh garlic, which is great for your immune system!

Thank the Lord we are all healthy at this house, and I hope at your house too, but I wanted to for sure re-post for easy finding this year!

  Follow the link to grab the recipe from the original post:

Sickie Soup

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Next up, Sweet & Spicy Magic Syrup. I give this recipe out SO much on facebook, and in the Mommy groups I am part of.  It works like a charm, every time.  I kicked Strep with it last winter, when I ran out of herbal remedies to fix my owie throat.  I was struggling to swallow my own saliva and this kicked it in 2 days!!!!

  This syrup is great for boosting immunity, quieting a cough, and numbing a sore throat.

Sweet & Spicy Magic Syrup

sweet & spicy magic syrup for coughs & sore throats

Get well soon!
Hugs, T

(Great, now that we hugged, I have to go wash your germs off……)     😉

7 Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids

  It’s that time of year again! Cold and flu season.  We have some new great things we are using in the Ferguson household, that have taken us from $100 a month herb and homeopathic shoppers, to not buying any at all.  Only homeopathics I plan to keep on hand now, are Osoccillo for Influenza and Hyland’s Earache Tabs.

 

 For now I want to send you over to revisit this post, 7 Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids.  There are lots of things we can do to prevent getting sick in the first place, not just waiting to treat afterwards!

Click the title to go learn about…….

 7 Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids

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Magnet Chores

I have written many a blog post on chores, age appropriate chores and more, because I think it is an important part of raising our families.  I want our kids to grow to be responsible, tidy, hard-working adults.  If you … Continue reading