Monday, April 10, 2017
I know it has been some time since I have been on my blog, but I will be back. I am going to retire on June 2 and I just can't wait to start sewing again. I miss it so much but I just don't seem to have any free time while working. I also have some plans for some new videos. Thank you for sticking with me for the last couple of years. Please hang in there until June!!! Thanks, Cindy
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 6:40 AM
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
I don't know why the link no longer pulls up this article, but here it is for those that asked for it! Make sure you read everything before you decide to try it. There was a lot of pros and cons in the original article. You be the judge, but we are happy with it.
This master cleansing tonic is actually an antibiotic that kills gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. It has also a powerful antiviral and antifungal formula, increases blood circulation and lymph flow in all parts of the body. This plant-based remedy is the best choice for the fight against candida.
This tonic has helped many people to cure many viral, bacterial, parasitic and fungal diseases and even plague! Its power should most certainly not be underestimated.
It can cure many chronic conditions and diseases. Encourages blood circulation, and purifies blood. This formula has helped millions of people throughout the centuries to fight the most deadliest diseases.
The secret is in the powerful combination of high-quality natural and fresh ingredients!
To sum up, this tonic is effective in the treatment of all diseases, successfully strengthens the immune system, acts as an antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic medicine. Assists in the most severe infections.
Master tonic – Recipe
You may want to wear gloves during the preparation, especially when handling hot peppers, because it is difficult to get the tingling off your hands! Be careful, its smell is very strong, and it may stimulate the sinuses instantly.
§ 24 oz /700 ml apple cider vinegar (always use organic)
§ ¼ cup finely chopped garlic
§ ¼ cup finely chopped onion
§ 2 fresh peppers, the hottest you can find (be careful with the cleaning – wear gloves!!!)
§ ¼ cup grated ginger
§ 2 tbsp grated horseradish
§ 2 tbsp turmeric powder or 2 pieces of turmeric root
1. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl, except for the vinegar.
2. Transfer the mixture to a Mason jar.
3. Pour in some apple cider vinegar and fill it to the top. It is best if 2/3 of the jar consist of dry ingredients, and fill in the rest with vinegar.
4. Close well and shake.
5. Keep the jar in a cool and dry place for 2 weeks. Shake well several times a day.
6. After 14 days, squeeze well and strain the liquid through a plastic strain. For better results put a gauze over it. Squeeze well so the whole juice comes out.
7. Use the rest of the dry mixture when cooking.
Your master tonic is ready for use. You do not need to keep the tonic in your fridge. It will last for long.
Extra Tip: You can also use it in the kitchen – mix it with some olive oil and use it as a salad dressing or in your stews.
1. Caution: The flavor is very strong and hot!
2. Extra Tip: Eat a slice of orange, lemon or lime after you take the tonic to ease the burning sensation and heat.
3. Gargle and swallow.
4. Do not dilute it in water as it will reduce the effect.
5. Take 1 tablespoon every day to strengthen the immune system and fight cold.
6. Increase the amount every day until you reach a dose of 1 small glass per day (the size of a liquor glass).
7. If you struggle against more serious disease or infection, take 1 tablespoon of the tonic 5-6 times a day.
8. It is safe for pregnant women and children (use small doses!) because the ingredients are all-natural and contain no toxins.
Warning: Do not use on an empty stomach, and start with a teaspoon for the first few times. It is POTENT and can cause nausea or vomiting if you are not used to it.
Garlic is a strong antibiotic with a wide range of health benefits. Unlike chemical antibiotics that kill millions of friendly bacteria your body needs, its only goal is bacteria and microorganisms. Garlic also encourages and increases the level of healthy bacteria. It is a powerful antifungal agent and destroys any antigen, pathogen, and harmful disease-causing microorganisms.
Onion is garlic’s closest relative and it has a similar but milder action. Together they create a strong fighting duo.
Horseradish is a powerful herb, efficient for sinuses and lungs. It opens sinus channels and increases circulation, where common colds and flu usually begin, as most doctors would agree.
Ginger has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and it is a strong circulation stimulant.
Chili peppers are the most powerful circulation stimulators. They just send their antibiotic properties to fight the disease where it is mostly needed.
Turmeric is the most perfect spice, cleanses infections and reduces inflammation. Blocks the development of cancer, and prevents dementia. It is especially useful for those who struggle with joint pain.
Apple cider vinegar – there must be something very healthy in the use of apple cider vinegar as the father of medicine, Hippocrates, used vinegar around 400 BC because of its healthy properties. It is said that he used only two remedies: honey and apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar is made from fresh and ripe apples which are later fermented and go through rigorous process to give the final product. Apple cider vinegar contains pectin, a fiber that reduces bad cholesterol and regulates blood pressure.
Health experts agree that people need more calcium as they get old. Vinegar helps the extraction of calcium from foods it is mixed with, which helps in the process of maintaining bone strength. Potassium deficiency causes a variety of problems including hair loss, brittle nails and teeth, sinusitis, and runny nose.
Apple cider vinegar is rich in potassium. Studies have shown that potassium deficiency results in slow growth. All of these problems can be avoided if you use apple cider vinegar regularly. Potassium also removes toxic wastes from the body.
Beta-carotene prevents damage caused by free radicals, maintains skin firm and young. Apple cider vinegar is good for those who want to lose weight.
It breaks up fat which supports a natural weight loss process. Apple cider vinegar contains malic acid, efficient in the fight against fungal and bacterial infections. This acid dissolves uric acid deposits that form around the joints, and thus alleviates joint pain. Dissolved uric acid is later eliminated from the body.
It is believed that apple cider vinegar is useful in treating conditions like constipation, headaches, arthritis, weak bones, indigestion, high cholesterol, diarrhea, eczema, sore eyes, chronic fatigue, mild food poisoning, hair loss, high blood pressure, obesity, and many other health problems.
The master tonic is the best combination to fight each of these conditions. Protect your health using natural antibiotics!
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Featured image Via: eatingforhealing.blogspot.com
Remember that I run it through my grinder on my Kitchenaid mixer. It goes so much faster than chopping all the ingredients.
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 4:14 PM
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
I wrote in a previous message that I started making this recipe that is suppose to be a natural antibiotic and kills any infections in the body. We have been doing this for probably about 2 months now. We each take two tablespoons a day. A couple of times I would run out and we would have to wait a week or so for the next batch to be ready, so it was a little sporadic. I wanted to tell you that I really have noticed on myself that the brain fog has lifted. I can think faster and clearer. Now for the real test that tells me this works is as follows. It might be a little gross, but here goes. My husband has a problem with his toes. He has a fungus that has been around for 20 years and he has like a build up of skin behind his toe nails and it is hard to trim them. It never goes away. Well, NOW IT IS GONE!!! I am shocked at this. We have not had any other changes except this anti fungal formula.
I am not trying to push this, but I just wanted to let you know things are working for us. It tastes lousy, but I just gulp it all in one sip. It also can be hot. If anyone else is trying this, let me know if you see any changes!
I haven't been doing much sewing. We purchase a travel trailer and it has been taking up all of my free time. We purchased two of those zero gravity chairs and I did a stupid thing. We saw them in a lovely beige sunbrella material and I thought they would match the trailer perfectly. Those are what we purchased. Well, I am new to the camping experience and on our first trip out, my two new lovely chairs got all muddy. Why didn't I think about purchasing a color that won't show the dirt. Then I saw my husband throw them in the back of his truck!!! He told me this was camping and I was going to have to change my ways!! I can't, I am making covers to carry them in now. I have one finished and I need to get some more material to finish the other one. Is it so wrong to be neat and tidy when you camp? I am not sure if I will make it! Anyone else like me???? Well I cleaned up my chairs and I am going to spray them with a material protector and put them in their new carry bags before our next trip out! I am to old to change my ways now!!! Wish me happy camping!! Cynthia
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 7:21 PM
Monday, April 27, 2015
I was looking around on the internet and found this site that had the most powerful natural antibiotic ever-kills any infections in the body. I decided to take a look at it!
I remember when I was young my dad was always eating horseradish, hot peppers and he even made onion salad. His famous last words were "Eat that it will clean you out". Now that I think back, I had no idea what he meant by, it will clean you out, but I ate it anyway. I certainly wanted to be cleaned out! Now that I am 62, I understand and that is why this recipe intrigued me.
Here are the ingredients: Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
As I was reading I could hear my dad saying yes, you need to make that. I read the whole article and there were about 350 comments, some heated arguments, some people saying you are nuts for taking this, others disagreeing and saying how wonderful it is. This is a very old recipe , so I decided to try it.
As far as I am concerned, there is nothing in here that you cannot eat. You mix it up and let it set for two weeks shaking it everyday several times. Did that, and then we started taking it. I do have to say it does not taste great. My husband calls it "Hooch"! He will yell at me and say "hey we haven't taken our hooch yet!" Now I will say how much better we are feeling. My husband came home from work the other day and told me he had a skip in his step today at work! I got a big laugh at that! I am not recommending this to anyone. It is personal preference. I just made my second batch today. I did get a little smarter this time. The first time I cut all of these items crying the whole way. It took me about an hour to make it. Then after it sets for two weeks you drain out the vegetables and save the liquid. This time I thought to my self, why do I have to stand here and chop all of that up? I cleaned my garlic, cleaned my onion. Then I hooked up my kitchen aid mixer with the grinder on it and just ground everything up and filled up my jar! Same difference and this time it took me about 10 minutes to make. I am sure I am cleaned out now and I feel great!!
Here is the website if you want to read about it and get the recipe.
If anyone decides to try it, let me know how you like it!
P.S. Onion Salad - Slice onions and add salt. Put in a container and shake it for several minutes. My dad used two soup bowls. One on top of the other and then he would shake it. Then you add a little vinegar and sour cream. Lets see, oh probably about 1/2 hour and eat. He loved this!
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 4:55 PM
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
I saw a cute, very summery, top and purchased it. It is a very thin see through material, but I thought it would be nice for work. It would just dress up an outfit and be very cool. After I got it home and tried it on, it just looked very skimpy on me.
I felt it needed something even though I liked it. I decided to add some binding around the edges. I thought a blue trim to match would be pretty but after I started to sew it, I didn't care for it. The top has a black background and it just didn't look right.
So then I thought maybe I could add black on top of the blue. Its fun to be the designer, you can do anything that you want!
Well, I didn't like that either. As you can see the black was starting to pucker. I decided to take off the black and blue and start over with just the black.
This is how I finished it off and I really like it. The top looks a little more finished now! What is your opinion??? Blue, Black or Blue and Black?
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 4:17 PM
Saturday, March 28, 2015
My Aunt Elinor (thank you Auntie El) sent me this website for this project and it is perfect for this time of year and all of us sewers. We won't even have to run to JoAnn fabrics. It is only 13 degrees here today, so it would be a good day for me and the grandkids to make some hard boiled eggs!! These are so cute!!
She Begins By Wrapping An Egg In Silk. The End Result Is Stunningly Beautiful. - Starting with fresh unboiled eggs, Kendra shows a craft that perhaps was done by your great grandmother. She suggests going to a thrift store to find 100% silk scarves or ties. After cutting them into smaller pieces, wrap them in the silk with an outer layer of white fabric twisted together. Next you simply boil the eggs in water with added vinegar for 15 minutes. After cooling, the pattern on the silk transfers the eggs. The results are so beautiful!
Be sure and watch the video, you will be amazed!!!!
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 8:54 AM
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
I am so sorry to be gone for so long. On Christmas Eve, my mother went into the hospital and everything else has been put on hold. She is doing much better and I finally got around to cleaning good today and doing a little sewing. I wanted something for my bathroom to set a hot hair straightener or curling iron on when I am using it. Two of my granddaughters use these tools and who knows where they are set when the door is closed. I have asked them to put them on a towel or something, but I decided to make a pad just for that purpose. Now they have no excuses and I won't have any burns on my nice countertop.
After rummaging threw my material, I came across an old curtain that belonged to Tara (daughter #1) that hung in her sons bedroom. When she moved she no longer planned to use it and I took it home and added it to my many bins of material. I cut out two squares and one square of Insul~Bright.
I actually ended up with four layers. Two printed squares, two unprinted squares and a layer of the Insul~Brite. I decided to add another layer just so the top layer had more support. I layered the printed squares with the unprinted squares facing each other. Then I added the Insul~Brite on top of one of the layers as shown in the picture.
I next sewed around all four sides and left an opening in the middle of one side. When I do this I will show you how to sew this. I have noticed that when I am trying to turn a project inside out, it invariably starts to stretch and pull out my stitches. Here is how I have fixed that. I sew to where I want to stop for my opening and then I turn my project and sew off of the seam. I have never had a problem again with this.
Next, I clipped the Insul~Brite off diagonally at the corners and turned it right side out.
Here is my favorite new sewing tip that I learned from Kenneth King on having great corners. Take a threaded needle (do not knot your thread) and run the needle through the top of your corner.
Now just pull on the two threads and it will pull that corner our perfectly and when you are satisfied, just pull your needle and thread all the way out.
I then sewed a topstitch along the edges at about 1/2 inch around the pad and it looks very cute in my bathroom. Way better than a towel bunched up or a wash cloth.
Posted by Cynthia Dickerson at 1:56 PM