To help minimize the physical effects of over eating during the festive season it is a good idea to drink plenty of water and have it warm with a slice of lemon and honey if possible. It might also help if you get out into the fresh air and go for brisk walks.
If walking is not ‘your bag’ head out to funny movies/shows and laugh out loud.
As far as possible avoid negative people and if you must engage protect yourself in a golden dome of light and say a prayer for Divine Inspiration.
Wishing you a thousand Blessings fun and laughter on this holy season of Good Will.
Christmas is a time of celebration and office parties. Sometimes we can say, eat or drink too much. Recovery of the mind takes time. Thankfully, with a little help from mother nature the body bounces back faster. Raw uncooked spring cabbage is brilliant for hangover due to its high vitamin C and E content. It also contains many minerals including potassium, sulphur, magnesium, iodine and calcium. Therese vitamins and minerals facilitate the restoration of body’s cells and tissues. The good news is that the old remedy is cheap and easy to make.
- Only use spring cabbage fresh from the garden. The curly cabbage sold in supermarkets will not suffice
- Chop the cabbage on wooden board and place in the bottom of earthenware jug, add some freshly chopped mint
- Cover in freshly boiled water that has been allowed to cool a little.
- Cover jug in cotton cloth and leave to sit overnight
- Strain juice and place in the fridge,
- Drink half a glass of freshly made cabbage juice three times a day, preferably first thing in the morning, late afternoon and bedtime, on an empty stomach.
Note to self
If you make this juice the before you go out to celebrate the festive season and drink it when you get home. I promise to will prevent that woozy feeling you get from over indulgence.
Have a great week.
Enjoy and love one another.
If you are free this Saturday 17th December and if you appreciate the sound of music: Look no further than the Town Hall where there are over thirty strong Welsh Men singing choral music. I will be nearby as well singing my heart out as a soprano with The Galway Choral Association.
Hope to see you there. I am delighted to say that we still have tickets available.
You can just ring the town hall or link into our Face Book page for more details https://www.facebook.com/events/234617743617785/
Or follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/galwaychoral
Hugs and Love,