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Author Topic: Kitchen Witchery, anyone here do it?  (Read 9906 times)
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« Reply #15: October 05, 2007, 06:30:34 pm »

I am borrowing your ice cube idea (it's going into my Why didn't I ever think of that? file)

My mother used to use baking soda plus something that I couldn't remember for flea bites, I bet the something was basil , thanks!

The ice cube idea came about more because I tend to freeze anything that doesn't keep long, and I use to make baby food like this years ago. So why not my teas and stuff too, since they only keep for a week or so in the fridge.

Yes Baking soda, my mom use to do that to for flea bites. I'd forgot about that. Thanks for the reminder.

As far as hornet stings, my first impulse was mud. *it works so well, even when my daughter was a baby and had gotten stung* But there was no way I was going outside to get some.
The hornets were so bad that my husband had to do without his glasses till nightfall. With my husband being tagged by them, there was no way he could go out and get them. I did go out twice to see if I could get them out of the firepit, but the hornets were... well, mad as hornets can get.
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« Reply #16: October 05, 2007, 08:30:01 pm »

So it was because I did not post a new message to tell that I edited.

Exactly. It's safest not to edit at all, but for minor changes beyond a few minutes after the original post was made in non-debate threads if you say at the end of the message what the change was (as you did) AND post a new message saying basically the same thing, you'll be okay. Often it is easier just to let the original go and just post a new message saying you made an error and what meant to say (which is what you'd have to do in a debate thread anyway).
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« Reply #17: October 06, 2007, 07:50:17 am »

My apoligies for interupting the thread you started nemesisfirestorm.

No worries, that's my trick though, so don't steal it too often Wink Tongue
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« Reply #18: October 06, 2007, 07:53:36 am »

Feeding the sick and convelesent comes naturally to those that are KW's.
Treatments are in the kitchen. As is for baths for bruises or aches.

I have a nice little book called Not Just a Room With a Bath, so I think I ought to dig it out again, your post just reminded me of that, thank you.
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