Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Minty Mint Tea

Enchanted Spell Oracle ~ Good Fortune

Associated with mint, bringing renewed energy with cooling and healing properties.
Never been a minty person until this month. In the something new category I'm beset by gallbladder attacks. If desperate even a gob of mint gum helps, and a cup of hot mint tea really helps. Just saying, not doctoring...

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6 comments:

  1. And these are a few of favorite things.
    I had issues with my gallbladder years ago. I seem to remember my remedy was organic apple cider-juice. Really tart and kind of yucky with the pulp and also warm water with freshly squeezed lemon juice.

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  2. yucky with the pulp. I'm bound to try this one! :)

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  3. My mom had gallbladder issues and changed her diet (some foods seemed to cause attacks). Even better that you found an herb to help!

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    1. according to Dr. Google my diet is in line with healthy treatment of gallbladder. Lots of veg and fruit, low fat. A friend who had hers out many years ago was told it was the disease of fat/forty/fertile ;) Miss that by a mile

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    2. From a holistic view point, some say gallbladder attacks are from anger. Green bile, bile-anger. So maybe laughter is best medicine for all.

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  4. Anger drives a lot of health issues but if this were true for me I'd have had gallstones the size of Russia during 2010, the year of rage.

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