Milk and Honey

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alstardis

Joined: Jun 12
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Posted: 27 Jun 2012, 13:40
Anyone else ever try drinking milk with honey in it? My grandma told me to try it because I was feeling a little run down (turns out I have an ear infection), so I drunk a small glass last night. I felt very alert this morning. I did also drink another small glass at breakfast and have felt great. And I DID NOT try it to get rid of the infection, I didn't know I had one til I went to the doc today, I have meds for the infection now, BLAH! I done some reading up on honey and I guess it turns out to be really good for you, I find it interesting that some of the "old folk remedies" really do work.
gkcfm95

Joined: May 10
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Posted: 27 Jun 2012, 17:15
honey is great for the immune system. it's been used for 1,000's of years to treat just about any kind of illness from burns to sore throats. sometimes that old timey stuff is better than the modern day drugs.
~kelly



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