My dear husband is not feeling so good…nothing better than the old school remedies to help him get well. Real honey (including actual bee parts), pomegranate (the world’s strongest anti-oxidant), some garlic lightly fried in olive oil and a cup of green tea (no sugar of course). And the prayer for healing, Lla ba’s, tahoor inshallah. May this illness not be harmful, but purifying, God willing.
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Just looking at that picture makes me feel better! Allah yshefih! .
nothing beats the old school indeed 🙂
all natural ,,,
+ duaa` of course 🙂
Husbands respond well to lots of attention (as when they are well too!!)
Your other remedies sound splendid! throw in some hot chicken soup
a nice cup of tea with lemon and honey and all should be well in a jiffy.
I wish I liked the taste of Pomegrates better!
I hope Hamza gets well soon! Happy birthday… for the 23rd, I believe? Christmas girl.
I love this post! I love the idea of this breakfast and of the beautiful thought gone in to it,and I love the photo. Really this post has made my day 🙂
Ya Shaffee Ya Kaffee Ya Shaffee Ya Kaffee Ya Shaffee Ya Kaffee
Good ideas to remember, thanks. All natural is definitely the best. Sick men need much attention and love.
I didn’t know that pomegranates have the most antioxidants! I gave one in a gift basket to my MIL, and she didn’t know what to make of it. I’ll bet it is still sitting on her kitchen counter. I better tell her that she’s letting good antioxidants go to waste!
Hil, most people don’t know what to make of pomegranates. Gotta learn to chew all those seeds up, then it’s ok. But seriously, the antioxidants are amazingly high, so it’s worth it. We also juice them.