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Author:  ZombieGranny [ Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Long Term Storage Spices

CG to stay bushy, basil must be plucked and have enough light.
Try plucking the top two leaves. It should sprout two branches there.
If it does, you know it can get healthy.
Then try plucking another spot down farther to see if it branches out there as well.

Make sure you give it a little food too.

Author:  CG [ Thu Jan 25, 2018 1:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Long Term Storage Spices

ZombieGranny wrote:
CG to stay bushy, basil must be plucked and have enough light.
Try plucking the top two leaves. It should sprout two branches there.
If it does, you know it can get healthy.
Then try plucking another spot down farther to see if it branches out there as well.

Make sure you give it a little food too.


Spiffy! Will try plucking the leaves at the top. It occasionally gets fed, and gets lots of light through the window, but I try to remember to take it outside once in a while.

Author:  mgmkevin [ Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Long Term Storage Spices

I tried the search function just for a laugh of course nothing....anyways, I need some natural vinegar, natural honey, and cod liver oil. This was my mothers remedy for colds when I was younger and it actually would get me better within 24 hours. I'm tired of visiting doctors here, and no vitamin C isn't working.

If you can tell me a health food store and directions from a subway stop, or where else these items can be located, I'd be appreciative. Natural vinegar is the kind where you have to shake up, and is different from cleaning and dressing vinegar. Natural honey is raw (unpasteurized) and is usually darker if that helps.

Author:  CG [ Tue Jan 30, 2018 7:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Long Term Storage Spices

mgmkevin wrote:
I tried the search function just for a laugh of course nothing....anyways, I need some natural vinegar, natural honey, and cod liver oil. This was my mothers remedy for colds when I was younger and it actually would get me better within 24 hours. I'm tired of visiting doctors here, and no vitamin C isn't working.

If you can tell me a health food store and directions from a subway stop, or where else these items can be located, I'd be appreciative. Natural vinegar is the kind where you have to shake up, and is different from cleaning and dressing vinegar. Natural honey is raw (unpasteurized) and is usually darker if that helps.


Turn left, then right, then right again.

Or....don't ask random people on the internet who have no idea where you live where to find a health food shop?

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