Friday, May 21, 2010

* Honeysuckle and Mullein Cough Syrup *





Yesterday I made honeysuckle and mullein cough syrup , hopefully it will not be needed anytime soon. But I'll be ready for next winter when cold season hits. Although I'm pleased to say I started taking my dandelion/yellow dock tincture back in the winter for digestive woes and apparently it helped my immune system too. I didn't get sick at all this past winter , no allergies or major sinus problems this Spring. I told my hubby it was a miracle , considering all the snotty noses I wiped this past winter (LOL). But I thought the cough syrup would be great to have on hand for the grand kids. Since the honeysuckle is blooming , decided I would go ahead and make the syrup. I plan to dry some honeysuckle blooms in case I need to make more syrup next winter. If you're interested in making this cough syrup , click here ~ http://www.ehow.com/how_4732153_honeysuckle-cough-syrup.html ~. This is the first time I've made this cough syrup , so I'm not sure how well it work. I'll let you know when we use it.
~ Happy Herbal Blessings ~
JoyceAnn

5 comments:

Flassie's Fil'a said...

Oh, sounds yummy!

I had mullein for the first
time when I was a kid sick
in bed with the measles.

Thanks for sharing the link!!

God Bless You and Yours!!!

Callie said...

This would be great to have on hand when I need it. It looks like it would taste so good. Glad you didn't get sick this winter.

frugalgravy said...

Wow. I never heard of that before. Thanks.

Vickie LeBlanc said...

I would love to try making this but I don't think we have mullein around here. I'll have to do some research on this. Thanks for sharing the recipe link.

comfrey cottages said...

very nice joyce!! hopefully you won't need it soon. at least you have something that will taste good if the kids get coughing:) good job hon. hugs