Thursday, December 12, 2019

Honey | Nutrition For The Sick | Homemade Remedies For The ill, Those In Recovery And Invalids | Time Honored Tips


Honey | Nutrition For The Sick | Homemade Remedies For The ill, Those In Recovery And Invalids | Time Honored Tips


Honey | Nutrition For The Sick | Home Made Remedies For The ill, Those In Recovery And Invalids | Time Honored Tips


Equal to bee honey, and often mistaken by the best judges to be genuine. It is palatable and luxurious. All persons are more or less aware that honey should be used in every household, and it would be so if every family could have it at a very moderate price.


As a health-establishing nutriment in the chamber of the invalid, and as a delicious luxury for the well, honey cannot be too highly recommended. Any one using this honey regularly will find that he is strengthened and refreshed by it.


He will have greater energy and if at all inclined to dyspepsia will find himself greatly helped. This honey costs but eight cents per pound to prepare, and our directions are so simple a child ten years old can follow them.

Recipe: 

Take two ounces of slippery elm bark and put into three quarts of warm water and let it stand four hours; strain and add eight pounds of white sugar; boil four minutes; then add one pound of bee honey while hot. Flavor with a drop of the oil of peppermint and a drop of the oil of rose.



Excerpt From The Ladies Book Of Useful Information.