Friday, May 29, 2009

Alternative Medicine The Johnny G Way

I'm seriously thinking of taking online herbology courses for a better way of life.
I've been drinking different teas lately and notice some of my pain has been diminishing.

I remember back in the early 90's we use to make Kobucha Tea and drink it for it's body cleansing capabilities.




I've been chilling here tonight looking at different teas and an aunt of mine has the beginnings of Macular degenerative eye disease and I was studing the effect of goji berry tea or wolfberry for that purpose.



No way am I trying to turn on anyone to these helpful hints of a better way of life but it seems more and more people are getting better via herbs and teas.

Now tomorrow I'm cooking with Mexican oregano!








And Remember......

Laissez les bon temps rouler!

And as always, thanks for listening!

10 comments:

Tabby said...

Mexican oregano...LOL! That sounds like something interesting to learn about. When you find some tea to cure back pain, and allergies, oh and knee pain let me know I will use it!

Rose said...

Green Tea is supposed to be real good,however, probably not as good as your Mexican oregano! LOL

Hugs, Rose

SHOOBIE HUNTER said...

HEY YOU COOK WITH THAT STUFF TOO...GREAT FOR WHAT ALES YA....LOL...AND LIKE TABBY SAID...WHEN YA FIND TEAS FOR ALL THAT STUFF TOO..WOULD LOVE TO KNOW ABOUT IT..I DO DRINK GREEN TEA ALREADY AND MAKE IT ICED..YUMMMMY..HAVE A GOOD ONE TODAY..PRAYING AS ALWAYS...HUGS

Indigo said...

I'm huge on herb supplements. Teas are by far the best way to go. (Hugs)Indigo

Missie said...

I hate teas. Can't drink any of them. Plus, if you have a history of kidney stones, you don't want to be drinking tea.

Have a good weekend!

Jimmy's Journal said...

I've tried that Mexican oregano and it makes everything I cook taste great!

Jimmy

Heli gunner Tom said...

If you really want to pass them naturally with herbs... email me.

Tom S
tschuckman@aol.com

Marty said...

I've also heard about the benefits of green tea and goji berry tea. There's a shop near me that sells a bunch of special teas from China, including one they call dragonberry that is supposed to be very healthful.
Best,
Marty

Kattytrick said...

Most of my family is in North Carolina, Tar-heel country. Lots of old remedies! I mean loooooots! But my family tree is rooted in Iriland, I'm second generation here in the U.S.of A.My Grandmother was always willing to share her popular remedies, but for the life of me I could hardly understand her Gaylic speek! Let alone with the sothern accent she also acquired! All I remember is" and add a shot of Brandy!"

LdyRoxx said...

http://allnaturalboo.blogspot.com/2009/05/artificial-sweeteners-too-good-to-be.html

Check out this link. Scroll through her archives.

Or email a friend of mine at watersprite4u@yahoo

I'll take my oregano plain in a bowl.