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GINGER LEMON HONEY~Cold & Flu Relief part 1

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GINGER  LEMON HONEY~Cold & Flu Relief part 1

                 GINGER LEMON HONEY TEA                            Cold & Flu Relief                                   Part 1 Natural cures that you can find in the Grocery store! Do not go to the pharmacy to help your cold/flu instead GO TO the produce department.  YES, this is so easy, not as expensive and much better for you!!!! Purchase a  bunch of fresh ginger, some organic lemons and local honey and now you are ready.to start making medicine. How easy is that? Ingredients: Fresh ginger root Organic lemons Local honey INSTRUCTIONS: Bring 3 or 4 cups of water to a boil, add a handful of chopped/grated...

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Stay Calm & Use our Anti-viral Soap

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Stay Calm & Use our Anti-viral Soap

Welcome to the cold and flu season.  Over the years we have had the Swine flu virus (S-OIV), Avian Flu -( H5N1), Zika Virus just to name a few.  The Corvid-19 is the latest in the viruses to be announced.  My personal opinion is Do Not Panic, just wash your hands and eats foods that support your immune system. (See below for a link on supporting immune system and acupunctur)e. Here at Midnight Oil Soap we have a wonderful Anti-Viral Soap that is perfect for washing hands during the cold and flu season EXFOLIATOR ANTI-VIRAL SOAP Full of essential oils,...

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HOW DOES SOAP CLEAN?

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HOW DOES SOAP CLEAN?

As the science of chemistry evolved, chemists began to understand , and explain, how soap cleans.  Soap is made up of molecules with two distinct  arms - a water bonding hydrophilic arm and a water rejecting hydrophobic arm.  The hydrophilci arm bonds itself onto water molecule while the hydrophobic arm rejects the water and attaches itself onto dirt molecules. So when you wash your hands and body, the water sweeps away the dirt molecules that has bonded with the hydrophobic arms of the soap. That is why just washing with water does not clean the dirt.  Just add some Midnight...

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FOREST BATHING

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FOREST BATHING

In the 1980 a term Shinrin-yoku was developed in Japan, this term means "taking in the forest atmosphere" or "forest bathing."  This became the primary preventative healthcare in Japan.  Studies have shown that the human body relaxes, calms and becomes robust after spending time under a canopy of trees. Intuitively we all know the magic of nature on our bodies, it is a knowing and something hard to put into words.  But now science has caught up with studies that shows the benefits of being in nature. Our bodies respond to trees and nature because we were forest dwellers a lot...

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LEMONADE-MINT- HONEY POPSICLE

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LEMONADE-MINT- HONEY POPSICLE

LEMONADE MINT HONEY POPSICLE Cleaning out a kitchen drawer, I found the Popsicle molds I used when my kids were little.  I was about to put them into the Goodwill Pile, when I thought "who does not love cold Popsicle on a hot summer day"?  With a huge patch of mint and a craving for lemonade, I combined them into a delicious treat.  HONEY: buy local, anything grown in your area supports your immune system. For centuries people have used honey for its healing properties. MINT: is best known for its soothing the digestive tract.  But it also helps stimulate...

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