DIY honey-sage spray for sore throat

I think of the principles that govern the world today, which revolves around buying and selling in bulk. In the beginning, there is a smart businessman who wants to make money.

The team that develops a product for him will pay dearly – for example, DIY sore throat spray Forte. Another expensive team will develop a box, a bottle and a campaign to make DIY sore throat spray Forte sell well. Another expensive team of creatives will create an advertisement on DIY sore throat spray Forte, which they will then broadcast very expensively in some expensive medium in expensive broadcast time, interrupt some other expensive favorite show to explain to you in nice color with nice actors that without DIY sore throat spray Forte you were completely lazy, which he doesn’t want to make sure his family is doing well. Especially they repeat it at least 5 times in 30 seconds, so that even the small child that you neglect by not buying DIY sore throat spray Forte will remember it. DIY sore throat spray Forte Blah Blah DIY sore throat spray ForteDIY sore throat spray ForteDIY sore throat spray Forte.

Meanwhile, the Ultra-throat Ultra is produced in a nice sheet metal prefabricated Forte factory, which the trader had built expensively in a meadow, where herbs that had been grown, drunk and relieved had probably grown freely before. The factory produces DIY sore throat spray Forte workers for a minimum wage, from ingredients that won’t cost the Merchant much, because consider where he would get the money for it, when the factory, development, advertising, packaging, promotion are so expensive!

All the costs of this fun are paid by a nice consumer who would rather watch his favorite series undisturbed. During the flu epidemics, the Forte throat is disappearing from the counters of pharmacies. The Merchant, all teams of creatives, media shareholders, perhaps even factory suppliers, labor suppliers, but definitely not those who buy the product, benefit from this.

They finance the whole fun, and the poor people at the production line in a way, too. The salesman hands me over and invents what else he needs to think of. So, dear readers, thank you for trying to do things differently, even though you may be a freak and a dreamer. I believe we are making the world a better place. Thanks for that !

And now our DIY sore throat spray Forte!

You will need:

  • 2 teaspoons of dried sage (if you don’t have it, you can buy it in small quantities here)
  • 1 teaspoon of chopped cinnamon (if you don’t have it, you can buy it in small quantities here)
  • 1 teaspoon of dried echinacea flower (if you don’t have it, you can buy it in small quantities here)
  • 0.5 l soft water for infusion (infant or filtered will suffice)
  • juice half a lemon
  • 1 teaspoon of honey – find a beekeeper in your area and buy from him!
  • 15ml vodka or plum
  • spray bottle (if you don’t, you can buy one here)

You can find the finished package for the production of this species here. Prepare herbs, let’s learn to collect, grow, dry, and process them, if you don’t, buy them, but try small herbalists instead. You support such a good cause!

Boil water and pour over the herbs. Let stand for 12 hours. Then pour over the canvas. Heat the extract slightly to approx. 40 ° C.

Set it aside, add the lemon juice and honey. Stir.

Pour into a spray bottle. Preserve with alcohol 1: 1. Our spray has 30ml. That’s why we add 15ml of plum brandy

The shelf life is 6 months. Apply to the throat, preventively even in pain. Attention, it tastes good even for children!

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