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Don’t Wait to be Winter Well

We don’t flu in my house.  We just don’t. 

Now I’m not saying no one in my house ever gets the flu, but I am saying, we don’t give it much of a chance to break in.

It’s the season...the season of bonfires, cold nights, dreary wet days and the flu, like you, is looking for a warm place to set up shop.  

No, I’m not a medical professional. I’m a mom-professional, and as I said in my previous blog, I know all about "the yuck."  

What I didn’t state was that Elderberry Syrup is a staple in my home.  


What is this syrup I speak of? It’s a mixture of a lot of nature’s goodness, boiled into a wonderful immunity booster.  

I’m sure the majority of the population could ask grandma about it and she would say she grew up on it, as did her kids.  And most adults who grew up in those generations didn’t have the “sick” days we have now.  

So besides our daily dose of NingXia (you can read about that on Distillery 9), from about October through major allergy season, we make Elderberry Syrup part of our morning daily routine too. 

Here’s a glimpse into ours:
Organic elderberry’s (I use these)
Organic local honey
Organic oranges and Lemons
Cinnamon 
Clove 
Ginger


This is a pretty basic, everyone-uses-it recipe, but I am an Essential Oil fanatic and believer in their added health benefits. 

Once my batches are cool, I add the Young Living Vitality line of the last 5 ingredients. (Don't just add any old oil. The essential oils used in my recipe are FDA approved for ingestion and the only ones I would recommend as others could/will make you very sick).


So like I said we don’t flu. At least not like most people.  

Why not take control of you and your family's health with a little cooking?  


Make it a family cooking session, especially if you have little ones. They always seem to enjoy making a mess in the kitchen and having something to show for it in the end. 

If you’d like more information including a recipe please comment or send us a message.  We would love to hear from you.  

I’ll be back soon!

Courtney 



*Please do not use this as a cure. If you are sick, go to your doctor as soon as possible.  There is room in everyone’s life for holistic and modern medicine.  We need them both. 

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