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You will Need:

Honey
Eggs
Tabasco Sauce
Diet Coke (Never Use Pepsi)
Cinnamon
one Clove (Optional)

1. Pour A Large Glass OF the Diet Coke, Never Use Regular Coke Because Sugar Isn't good for you when you're sick.

2. Add One raw Egg, Don't Worry, The Tabasco kills The egg Bacteria.

3. Add the Tabasco sauce, Use Tonnes... (More than 1 tablespoon)

4. Add 1 teaspoon of Honey Mix Well

5. Add The Cinnamon, And Mix Well

6. Stir Like there's no tomorrow!

Now Drink it!

This Will not Completely Get rid of you're Cold, Just make it not last as long

Trust me, It works!
I hardly Ever get sick, but If I do... I make this and My cold is gone within the day!

-Stan :ThumbUp:
 

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Interesting!

Always interested in home remedies...especially if they work.

One I used (years ago) for congestion, runny nose and light fever:

Whiskey (Canadian Club or Jack Daniels) 1 shot
Honey 1 tablespoon
Lemon juice 1 tablespoon

Mixed - served hot.

Taken before bedtime, 8 hours later, you feel much better.

(if not, repeat the process over and over again....then, you won't much care or remember if you're sick :bag:)
 

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Interesting!

Always interested in home remedies...especially if they work.

One I used (years ago) for congestion, runny nose and light fever:

Whiskey (Canadian Club or Jack Daniels) 1 shot
Honey 1 tablespoon
Lemon juice 1 tablespoon

Mixed - served hot.

Taken before bedtime, 8 hours later, you feel much better.

(if not, repeat the process over and over again....then, you won't much care or remember if you're sick :bag:)
Heh, *Hick* I feeeell Great *Hick* Doc'tr :bag:

Yeah, I know People Who Swear By using Whiskey as a Cure-All, however Being under the legal drinking age Meself...

-Stan :D
 
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