November . . . Thanksgiving . . . Cold weather.
Here are some helpful hints for all three of them.
All remedies are inexpensive and handy.
--If the cold weather gives your arthritis a kick
start, rub some Colgate regular flavor toothpaste into the affected
--If you get the flu or catch a cold, and you have
a fever, drink plenty of Gatorade. It will keep you from getting
--Should you drink too much over the holiday season
and end up with a hangover, just partake of two tablespoons of Aunt
Jemima original syrup, mmmm.
--I don’t know if hay fever will bother you in the
fall, but if it does, alleviate your symptoms and give your immune
system a boost with McCormick garlic powder (not salt) in your cooking.
--Did you know that drinking a cup of Maxwell House
coffee can help alleviate a headache or hangover?
--If too much holiday food gives you indigestion,
suck on a few Life Savers peppermints. It will help.
--Can’t sleep from all the holiday excitement
coming on? Eat a handful of Planters sunflower kernels approximately 30
minutes before going to bed every night.
--If you are trying to quit smoking, but are having
a problem with people around you who smoke, mix 1/2 teaspoon of
McCormick cream of tarter in a medium glass of Minute Maid orange juice.
Drink this solution every night before bedtime for 30 days. This will
minimize your cravings for nicotine.
There you go. Hope it helps you get through the
holidays. Have a happy Thanksgiving.