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Old 11-14-2008, 08:10 AM   #16
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sore throat?

Use propolis whenever you have a sore throat or have the flu.
Please use the real thing, not the fancy tablets.
Raw propolis looks like pieces of dark earwax (but doesn't taste like it at all ). Take 3 or 4 pieces of propolis and chew on it until it dissolves in your mouth (may take 30 minutes). You can get it from bee keepers and some specialised natural health shops.
Second best is propolis tincture, it cured my flu some years ago.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propolis

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Use propolis whenever you have a sore throat or have the flu.
Please use the real thing, not the fancy tablets.
Raw propolis looks like pieces of dark earwax (but doesn't taste like it at all ). Take 3 or 4 pieces of propolis and chew on it until it dissolves in your mouth (may take 30 minutes). You can get it from bee keepers and some specialised natural health shops.
Second best is propolis tincture, it cured my flu some years ago.

More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propolis

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as a matter of fact i've begun taking it (dissolved in alcohol though ), not for sore throat and not against my pollen allergy - BUT my pollen allergy is gone, if the other thing goes away too it'd be fine


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4.0 out of 5 stars The best laid plans..., 21 Sep 2010
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The plot of PLAN B (Argentina, English subtitles) is straightforward. Bruno (in his early-30s) splits up with his girlfriend Laura. When she starts seeing a handsome photographer, Pablo, Bruno is jealous. Laura insists that she will never get back together with Bruno - so he formulates the somewhat implausible 'Plan B' of the title: he'll break up the new couple by seducing Pablo. Consequently, Bruno gets chatting to Pablo on a pretext, and soon they are spending a lot of time together. The intimacy between them slowly grows - until it seems as though 'Plan B' might backfire...

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Shot in only ten days, PLAN B is a paean to independent film-making. The rhythm of the film is superbly executed and will slowly hook the most diverse of audiences. Ignore the truly hideous football shirts for which the characters have an inexplicable predilection (and the scary amount of facial hair); PLAN B is all about intimacy, and its success in achieving this is more than sufficient to recommend it.

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