An Easy Allergy Free Halloween Treat for the whole Family. THIS RECIPE DOES INCLUDE SOY. So if you or a loved one has a soy allergy, this recipe is not for you. (Sorry, soy allergy family!) If you’re not allergic to soy, read on and get ready to get cooking!
Ginger is naturally warming and a natural stimulant. It relieves inflammation and soothes stomach problems. It boosts the immune system to help you fight seasonal colds and can even protect you against cancer. Ginger tea just might be the fall pick-me-up you’ve been looking for.
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