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  1. August 20, 2015 / 2:10 am

    I’m impressed, I have to admit. Seldom do I come across a blog that’s both
    equally educative and interesting, and let me tell you,
    you’ve hit the nail on the head. The problem is something
    not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I’m very happy that I found this during my search for something relating to this.

  2. Lucille
    August 9, 2016 / 6:42 pm

    Jenni
    The Infinity jar website won’t open up for me, where can I purchase them?

    • Jenni
      Author
      August 10, 2016 / 1:10 pm

      Lucille-The Infinity Jars website is the only place that sells them that I know of. You might try the web site again-I just checked and it’s up-https://infinityjars.com/

  3. John
    August 30, 2016 / 3:08 am

    Morning Jenni,

    I’m old enough to remember Grandma reaching into the medicine cabinet for some sort of home made salve or liquid as a kid when some one was ill or bleeding. I do not recall the remedies of choice, but remember they worked very well.

    This is something I simply forgot with the passing of time. A few weeks back I herd a story about a saddle bag medicine cabinet. Though it was ment to be on the funny side, it inspired me to discover all that I could about balms, salves, and home remedies.

    The long an short of this is its been very educational. The recipes or instructions that you have posted for DIY Activated Charcoal Healing Salve, Tiger Balm, Allergy Relief Salve, and Neosporin are every day carry for my self and several neighbors now as well as some ground up Wild Yarrow to stop bleeding.

    Our thanks to you Jenni, and all the ladies whom have taken the time to share this knowledge allowing us to benefit from all of you.

    John
    Oklahoma

    • Jenni
      Author
      August 30, 2016 / 9:23 am

      John-thank you so much! I love hearing this. Our grandmothers and great grandmothers new a better way and that’s how I want my household to be as well. Synthetic drugs are awful for the most part. Thanks so much for taking the time to write in. This warms my heart.

  4. jan metz
    September 11, 2016 / 3:19 pm

    I am 76 yrs old and remember as a child staying with my grandmother and during cold, cough, and flu seasons always having a saucer of sliced onion with sugar syrup on the back of her wood cook stove for the grandchildren as well as adults with coughs. We always asked for a spoonful of the syrup.LOL It worked as well as the kids liked it no less. Will have to try that again. Natural is always better.

    • Jenni
      Author
      September 15, 2016 / 12:37 pm

      Jan-That’s so interesting! I have been known to give my daughter a clove of garlic in a spoonful of honey! That kiddo drank it down and quickly was over her sore throat! I love hearing stories of what grandmothers did-they truly understood what most of us don’t these days. All this medication is killing us! Thanks for sharing!

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