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COLD REMEDY FROM GREECE

THIS IS A TYPE OF HOMEMADE ELIXIR. YOU NEED A COFFEE CUP.
POUR IN A FOURTH OF A CUP OF WHISKEY, A THIRD OF A CUP OF HONEY,
THE HONEY SHOULD BE HEATED, A THIRD OF A CUP OF HOT TEA, AND TWO
TABLESPOONS OF LEMON JUICE. THIS YOU MIX VIGOROUSLY WITH A SPOON.
TO THIS YOU ADD A PINCH OF NUTMEG, TWO TEASPOONS OF SUGAR, AND
A CINNAMON STICK TO STIR IT WITH. THIS ACTUALLY DOES COAT THE
THROAT, BUT EVEN IF IT DID NOT, THE WHISKEY IS ENOUGH TO MAKE
YOU NOT CARE!

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Sterling Heights ; WHERE I LEARNED THIS

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Remedy

Date learned: 00-00-1976

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