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    Hello, Jo….I apologize for being late getting this info to you, but today has been a little hectic. Here is the recipe we talked about.

    Maggie’s Cough Remedy:

    1/4 tsp. cayenne
    1/4 tsp. ginger
    1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar (I use Braggs)
    2 tbsp. water
    1 tbsp. honey (local, raw preferably)

    Dissolve cayenne & ginger in vinegar & water, Add honey, shake well.
    Take 1 tbsp. as needed for cough.
    Note: this does not dissolve completely, always shake well before using.
    There is no need to refrigerate if used soon.

    (P.S…..I’m going to make some for me right now because I have been coughing all day)

    • We decided to print this in hopes others may try this to help them through this cough/flu season – or any other time. Thank you for your thoughtfulness.

  2. marcia sharp says:

    I have had Parkinsons disease for a number of years & I am being treated by Neurologist doctor. I to look all the time for new meds to help me out. I sure hope they can keep working on a cure or some kind of help..mrs sharp

    • Thank you for reaching back to us Mrs. Sharp. Like most activities in the world, bringing the Road to the Cure to fruition takes money. If you, or someone you know, would like to invest in this venture please get in touch with Jo Rosen at Parkinson’s Resource Organization or contact ICBI directly. The community needs to get behind bringing this to fruition in order for it to get there. Let us say how pleased we are that you are keeping up with this science. It is historic. ICBI is the ONLY science company IN THE WORLD with approved patents for NON-INVASIVELY permeating the blood-brain-barrier with a product that targets and destroys the tangled plaques that cause Parkinson ‘s symptoms.
      Stay well and stay in touch.

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