Our General Store…Flu Prep

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Peppermint: digestive problems, irritable bowel syndrome and tension headaches

Ginger: Morning sickness, post-op nausea and vomitting prevention, arthritis, migraine, and childhood diarrhea

Chamomile: intestinal cramps, nausea, vomitting, as a sedative and infant colic (in small doses)

Cinnamon: appetite stimulant, diarrhea

Fennel: upper respiratory infections, cough, bronchitis, bloating and appetite stimulant


This week purchase herbal teas, ginger ale and lemon lime soda. The juices you will need to make a dehydration prevention solution will be added to your General Store when we add juices. You may want to also purchase a few packets of Kool Aid this week (unsweetened).

I’m sorry this is late in posting for all of you who faithfully check each Monday but the flu had me busy. I’m back home now so I will be back on track tomorrow.

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2 Responses to “Our General Store…Flu Prep”

  1. Jean Hansen RN says:

    I have several canisters of the powder sports drink- it can be mixed diluted or full strength.And you can add flavors like crystal lite flavors
    And this takes hardly any space in the pantry!

  2. bzymama says:

    I am in my last trimester of pregnancy and wish I had thought to try ginger tea in the first trimester when I was so sick! I drank a ton of ginger ale, but the carbonation drove me crazy. Also, love the homemade versions of drinks to combat dehydration…I am going to try them the next time we are ill.

    Jean-I didn’t realize they sold powdered sports drink. Is the shelf life longer in the powdered form?

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