I Wish I’d Known This Home Made Cold and Flu Remedy Earlier

I Wish I’d Known This Home Made Cold and Flu Remedy Earlier

When a sore throat develops, the immediate response is to get relief, fast. This simple cough drop recipe is simple to whip up and includes common ingredients found in your kitchen.


1 Cup of sugar (for taste)

1/2 Cup of water

1 Tablespoon of lemon juice (packed for Vitamin C for boosting the immune system)

1 Tablespoon of honey (antibacterial, and soothing properties)

1/2 Teaspoon of ground ginger (reduces congestion through anti-inflammatory properties)

1/4 Teaspoon of ground cloves (antiseptic and reduces phlegm)


1. Place pan on gas stove and fill it with the sugar, water, lemon juice, honey, ground ginger, and ground cloves.

2. Turn on high heat and stir regularly.

3. Turn to low heat and stir regularly.

4. Simmer and stir regularly.

5. Take mixture off the gas stove and let it cool until dark and syrupy texture develops.

6. Get baking tray and cover with baking paper.

7. Spoon mixture into globules onto baking tray using teaspoon or piping bag.

8. Let cool for 20 minutes and cover with icing sugar.

9. Take off paper and coat well

Get well!

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Published on May 28, 2021

10 Ways to Lace Up Your Shoes Creatively

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Perhaps one of the hardest things a 4-year-old kid can learn is to tie his shoes. On the contrary, for adults like us, it’s the simplest and probably the most boring activity we can think of. I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to register for a seminar on how to lace shoes, right!

It’s obvious, you don’t even need to use your brain when tying shoelaces. Look back up, I said most b-o-r-i-n-g a while ago when I mentioned lacing shoes up. But I will take that back. Why? Because when I saw the post from Diply featuring videos of lacing up shoes artistically, I realize how intricate, complicated, and creative it is to lace up shoes. That is if you do it like the way we do it on the featured videos.

1. Lattice

2. Hidden Knot

3. Ladder

4. Display

5. Loop Back

6. Checkerboard

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