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SPECIAL SPRING TRAVEL TO NIMBIN a real Hippie community DISCOVER the 5 reasons that make the Coachella Festival exceptional 10 NATURAL REMEDIES for Spring Allergies

April 2013 Monthly

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Music • Lifestyle • Inspiration • Hippie culture • Nature


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Here comes the sun ! Spring is back !

That means sunshine, flowers,... in other words the favorite seasons of Hippies. But Hippies cannot just lie down in the grass, contemplating the sky and listening to the birds singing until summer... They need, WE need to go out and travel, and to discover new musics and films that bring back the spirit of the 60s. Hippies are however humans, and for some, Spring also means the return of allergies. This month, we provide you with useful advices for a natural allergy relief and ideas to give a fresh spring inspiration to your style as well as to your food ! Here’s also the opportunity for all the modern Hippies to find out about April’s stimulating cultural activities, with a special focus on the Coachella music festival. Because we know that the feeling of being out of phase with the modern world can sometimes be unsettling, knowing that you’re not the only nostalgic is always conforting. Discover the first magazine especially thought for modern Hippies and enter our Magical Mystery community ! Ines Zorgati -Editor in chief-

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Contents ACROSS THE (CULTURAL) UNIVERSE Exhibition Cinema Music Festival

TRAVEL TOGETHER Discovering Nimbin

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ALL YOU NEED IS STYLE Floral Spring

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LET IT BE... NATURAL! Herbal Remedies for Spring Allergies Spring organic recipe

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ACROSS THE (CULTURAL) UNIVERSE Each month we select for you the main cultural exhibitions, film releases, and music news for you. In april the program is escpecially promising with notably the famous Coachella Festival. Hippies, mark your calendars !

Exhibition

The end of the 1960s and early 1970s was an exciting time for fashion as the counterculture’s challenges to authority expressed itself in new ways of thinking about dress. The emerging hippie culture rejected the dictates of Paris haute couture, adopting instead an eclectic, highly individual look, mixing vintage and ethnic clothing with fashions inspired by contemporary psychedelic Pop art, nature, fantasy, and ethnographic art. For the first time, trends percolated up from the streets to affect ready to wear and even haute couture. “Hippie Chic” celebrates the designs of innovative boutiques and young designers and includes about 50 ensembles, in materials (crushed velvet, eyelet, satin, leather,), July 16, 2013 - November 11, 2013 techniques and embellishments (tie-dye, patchwork, beads, and fringe), Lois and Michael Torf Galleryand styles from psychedelic to retro that made statements consonant Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with the era’s experimentation, theatricality, and freewheeling spirit.

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Cinema Recommandation Free Angela

& All Political Prisoners

Writer/director Shola Lynch follows up her 2004 documentary Chisholm ‘72: Unbought and Unbossed with this film centered on the struggle of educator and activist Angela Davis, an outspoken UCLA professor whose affiliation with the Communist Party and the Black Panthers landed her on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list while challenging our perceptions of political freedom in America. From her early years as a student in the U.S. and abroad to her highly publicized arrest and trial following the brazen hostage-taking and murder of Marin County judge Harold Haley in California, Lynch’s film leaves no stone unturned as it explores every remarkable detail of Davis’ life, and allows her to tell her own stories through a series of intimate interviews.

1 hr. 41 min In Theaters: Apr 3, 2013

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Paisley, beads, and fringe: celebrate hippie fashion


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Paul McCartney announces the ‘Out There!’ tour for 2013

Paul McCartney has announced plans for a 2013 tour, entitled Out There!. The former member of The Beatles has only revealed two dates so far – at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland on June 22 and the Happel Stadium in Vienna, Austria on June 27 – but has said that more dates will be announced shortly. A statement posted on PaulMcCartney.com reads: The tour will see Paul and his band travel the world throughout the year, even visiting some places they’ve never been before. Further announcements and dates will be added in the coming weeks so stay tuned to PaulMcCartney.com for updates and ticketing details. The website also states that McCartney is currently working on a new studio album, to follow last year’s covers record, ‘Kisses On The Bottom’. McCartney

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will headline the Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, Tennessee this summer, alongside Mumford and Sons and Tom Petty. For Record Store Day on April 20, Paul McCartney & Wings will release a live version of ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’, originally released in 1976 as a radio promo single, on 12» vinyl. Paul McCartney was recently reportedly ignored when he began performing Beatles songs on a train in North America recently as passengers thought he was a busker. The star was travelling with his wife Nancy Shevell in a New Orleans street car when he reportedly «burst into a medley of some of The Beatles biggest hits». Unfortunately, rather than enjoy a rare opportunity to see McCartney up close and personal, his fellow passengers ignored him.

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5 Reasons you can’t miss Coachella 2013

Ah, the mighty Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The annual gathering in Indio, California, is considered by many the best American festival, what with its with unparalleled lineups, scenic location, uncannily cool collection of concertgoers (including celebrities!) and even the occasional surprise happening to up the ante. The 2013 edition could be the best yet, with Blur, Phoenix, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the reunited Stone Roses among the year’s headliners, but the lineup isn’t the only reason to go to Indio later this month.

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The week in between

Coachella expanded to two weekends last year, and most bands are contractually obligated to appear at both. In addition, many Coachella acts are also banned from announcing any non-festival concerts scheduled in California during the downtime. But that doesn’t mean such gigs aren’t happening -- it just means they’re happening on the DL. Who knows, catching a super secret gig by some up-and-coming Coachella buzz band at some tiny, no-frills dive bar in nearby Palm Springs may be even more fun than seeing them at the festival itself.

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by Joe ROBINSON

The Stone Roses return

Consider it the New World resurrection of the Stone Roses: Nearly two decades after making their maiden voyage to the States in 1995 for a brief, five-date tour (and one year after they first reunited in 2012 for a handful of dates in their hometown of Manchester, U.K.) the Stone Roses are slated to headline Coachella 2013. Right now, those two festival appearances are their only scheduled stateside shows, so this may be your only chance to the Stone Roses in America! Don’t sleep on this!

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You never know who you may spot at Coachella, the fest where you’re most likely to find celebs hanging out and -- if you’re lucky -- getting into trouble. Stars love Coachella because it gives them a chance to chill with their rocker friends and act like normal people. We love the celebrities at Coachella because if we happen to snap an interesting (read: incriminating) picture of one, we may be able to sell it to TMZ and cover the price of our $800 VIP ticket, airfare and lodging. Score!

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Hologram magic

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Emma Watson at Coachella 2012

That Laidback Coachella Vibe

The best thing about Coachella is the overall vibe of the thing: Festival-goers are clearly there to get down and dirty to some rad tunes, fly their freak flags and soak up some sweet West Coast sun. And since pretty much everybody has their priorities in order, everybody has a grand old time, be they hippies, ravers, rockers, punkers or investment bankers. What more could you ask for from a weekend that brings together 70,000 strangers?

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The surprise appearance of the «hologram» Tupac alongside Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg was one of the biggest headline grabbers at Coachella last year -- and of course, it’s led to endless speculation as to which dead rock star may be summoned to «appear» this year. Chances are that the trick, which is actually little more than a pretty cool optical illusion using updated 19th century technology, won’t make a return in 2013, but a «hologram» Kurt Cobain, Shannon Hoon or Elliott Smith would be certainly worth checking out.

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Landing in Nimbin can be like entering a social experiment, particularly at noon, when Byron day-trippers arrive en masse and find themselves hectored by dreadlocked, tie-dyed pot dealers on the main street. This is the stereotype, of course (not all the pot dealers wear tie-dye), and Nimbin’s residents and culture are actually far more eclectic. A day or two here will reveal a growing artist community, a New Age culture and welcoming locals. 8

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Discovering Nimbin

Nimbin the phenomenon started in 1973, when the Australian Union of Students staged an experimental ‘Aquarius Festival’ in the Nimbin Valley. The event was a great success, and some attendees stuck around, determined to turn the sleepy town into a permanent haven for like-minded souls.

by Richard AYLEN and Michael PERRY The hippie movement was started in the 1960s with communities all over the world aspiring to the ideals of peace and love. While Stonehenge was the focal point for British hippies Australian hippies flocked to a small town called Nimbin - near to the coastal hotspot of Byron Bay. People flocked to the area during the 1970s in search of a different lifestyle where they could be free and live by their own ideals. In 1973, the Aquarius Festival was held in the town with thousands of like minded people gathering to share views and protest against the perceived injustices in the world. Many stayed behind to live in communes and enjoy the free lifestyle, leaving Nimbin as the hippie capital of Australia, which it remains today.

on the sound waves. By lunchtime the bus had pulled up in the centre of Nimbin with a chance to explore the shops painted in the brightest of colours.

Hippie paradise

For as little as $30 (£15) visitors can take numerous coach tours from Byron Bay to Nimbin. Jim’s tour which is known as the ‘tour with the tunes’ - leaves at 10:00 giving plenty of time to explore Nimbin and the surrounding area. A Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix duet of Sumnmertime from Woodstock blared out through the bus music system as South African driver Ivan winded his way through the country roads on the journey to Australia’s hippie Mecca. With a new song relating to every landmark along the way, the bus was both informed and entertained. After stopping in a traditional country pub for a drink, the tour bus sped along to Nimbin this time with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre making an appearance

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With not a McDonald’s in sight we were free to go after a stern warning on the dangers of hash cake consumption! Fairies playing woodland pipes and dancing between trees, snow capped mountains and messages of freedom could be seen painted to every shop lining the main street. Adverts for the MardiGrass festival (an event that wants cannabis to be legalised) were painted on several shop fronts making the main street unlike any other.

‘‘It’s a relaxed, alternate town. If you fit in, you fit in’’

The Nimbin museum details the rich history of the area which used to be covered by tropical rainforest. Although best known for its association with alternative culture, Nimbin is also important to the area’s Aboriginal population. Along with the Aboriginal interests, the museum depicts the area’s association with hippies and tells the story of how a small town became The Magical Mystery Magazine

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After lunch the bus made its way to an area called the Channon for a visit to a hippie market place with the Beach Boys’ version of California Dreamin’ ringing through the air, the bus snaked through the windy roads. The market in Channon, which is not a stop on every tour, (when it is not staged the bus stops at the home of a hippie for an insight into alternative living) was the highlight of the day. Fresh, organic smells wafted through the air from the coffee, fruit and doughnut stalls while a local folk music band strummed on their guitars. Lemons freshly squeezed and topped with ice cold water provided the perfect refreshment and energy for the walk around the market stalls. Hand-crafted bangles and ear rings painted in bright colours were available from the numerous jewellery stalls all selling their own unique styles and designs. Meanwhile, picture frames constructed out of driftwood were on display next to mirrors which according to the excitable vendor were said to catch fairies. Awe struck children surrounded the candle making stall which allowed customers to get creative with a vast array of brightly coloured buckets of hot wax. Sculpted by the stall owners, the candles quickly became dolphins or dogs before they had time to dry out.

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a centre for Australian counter culture. Several cafes and the land of hippies and fairies was left behind as and eateries provide sandwich lunches and snacks the real world beckoned. while the souvenir shops offer all kinds of products from lighters to whoopee cushions!

When Australia’s hippy capital fears freedom at risk Selling and smoking marijuana may be illegal in Australia, but in Nimbin on Australia’s fertile northeast coast

«Nimbin is a pot town,» says Andrew Kavasilas, president of the Nimbin Chamber of Commerce, as he draws on a reefer of marijuana inside his Nimbin authorities unofficially ignore the pot smoking. Golden Brown by the Stranglers flowed from the Nimbin’s marijuana smoking reputation is global and speakers as the bus made its way back to Byron. One busloads of young foreign tourists, too young to ever more stop was scheduled on the way home with a trip have encountered a real hippy, arrive each day to get to the stunning Minyon falls. Although too dry to see high or just wander through the village’s shops that any falling water, the drop was spectacular enough. still promote the hippy way of life. Looking out over the wooded forest it was the perfect place to refresh with a watermelon and some local Nimbin’s hippies are gathering for a wake at his cafe and a couple of grey haired women in kaftan tops macadamia nuts. and cotton pants chat and smoke marijuana, while Lemon myrtle trees, macadamia plantations and cof- two men playing chess roll a joint. «It’s a relaxed, alfee farms swept past providing a fragrant odour to the ternate town. If you fit in, you fit in,» says Kavasilas, sounds of Australian folk music. Arriving at Byron at who inspects the Reuters business card on the table just after six o’clock the ‘tour with the tunes’ was silent and declares it would make good filters for his joints.

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TRAVEL TOGETHER Nimbin was originally a dairy town, perched on a ridge surrounded by lush valleys. In 1973 the town was on the verge of closing when a group of university students held the Aquarius hippy festival in a nearby paddock. An abundance of cheap land and buildings, and the prospect of growing potent marijuana in fertile cow paddocks, saw many hippies put down roots and build an alternate culture.

Gravy, the master of ceremonies at the 1969 US Woodstock festival, pilgrimage to Nimbin. Shuffling down the street with walking stick in hand and wearing a ban the bomb T-shirt, Gravy says he admires the communal vibe.

Other visitors just look confused as they gaze through shop windows at books like Conversations with God, Anti-Gravity and the Unified Field and Extra DimenIn its early years Nimbin struggled to survive with sional Universe. But Nimbin’s relaxed attitude towards hippies constantly clashing with authorities over is- drugs has left it vulnerable. Five years ago hard drugs sues such as drugs, unauthorised communal housing such as heroin and ice entered Nimbin, fuelling violence especially among its youth. and the environment. Today Nimbin’s rainbow-coloured shops, such as Bringabong, the Hemp Embassy and the Rainbow Cafe, are heritage listed. Nimbin’s communes, one of which is 800 hectares, now boast state-of-the-art ecological houses. The village’s Rainbow Power Company exports alternative energy generating technology. «Nimbin has changed from an isolated alternate culture to this village which is mainly tourism,» says Michael Balderstone, a former stockbroker who arrived in Nimbin 20 years ago and

‘‘This is the last bus stop for people with mental health problems. They get accepted here’’

now runs the Hemp Embassy and lobbies for mari- Nimbin’s hippies joined police in cracking down on juana to be legalised. Even ageing hippies like Wavy the hard drugs and backed the installation of CCTV cameras in the main street. «People worked with police to get rid of hard drugs from the town because they saw their sons and daughters going down a road to nowhere,» says Peter Robinson at Nimbin Lifestyle Real Estate.

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Nimbin has won its battle against hard drugs, but its reputation for tolerance continues to attract drug addicts and those with mental health problems. «It’s a bit of a refugee camp for people from the war on drugs,» says Balderstone. «This is the last bus stop for people with mental health problems. They get accepted here.» «It’s a bit of a problem for us. We end up with a lot of homeless and mental health people.» Nimbin’s belief that marijuana should be legalised and regulated is no The Magical Mystery Magazine

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longer merely a hippy principle. Marijuana is a mul- cost over $1 million and developers are eyeing the ti-million dollar business and parents fear their child- picturesque valleys and ridges around Nimbin, a one ren are mixing with criminals and may be jailed for hour drive from the coast. dealing to tourists. «To attract development they want to sanitise Nimbin «Lots of good families have left Nimbin because of the and get us off the street,» says hippy Elbereth Evenstal street dealing,» says Balderstone. as she sets up her hand-made jewellery stand. Many hope the inevitable development will be small scale But many hippies fear the biggest threat to emerge and environmentally sensitive, but they fear for their to Nimbin’s lifestyle comes from Australia’s rampant hippy lifestyle. «We have been free for a long time. It coastal development, driven by cashed up retiring will be a pity if we lose this freedom,» says Balderstone. baby boomers. Coastal homes at nearby Byron Bay The Magical Mystery Magazine

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ALL YOU NEED IS STYLE

Floral Spring Coachella, the annual explosion of music and style, has become a major source of beauty inspiration. Here, bohemian beauty and festival-obsessed women flaunts the sexiest hippie-chic hair and makeup trends to hit the desert destination. Unleash your inner free spirit this spring.

Petal Pusher This piece-y look works best on a day-old blowout, says hair guru Andy Lecompte, who created these styles. Mist roots with dry shampoo (Alterna Bamboo Style Cleanse Extend, $22, is translucent, so it won’t make dark hair chalky), and work pomade into ends (try Wella Texture Touch, $16). Top with a crown of daisies like this one from Cult Gaia. Crochet top, Anna Kosturova, $140; swim top underneath, Tori Praver Swimwear, $106; skirt, Sachin and Babi, $395; flower crown, Cult Gaia, $48; gold-bar necklace, Karen Egren Jewelry, $70; dagger necklace, Shylee Rose; (on right arm) bangles (4), Jamin Puech, $215 each; cord bracelet, Chan Luu, $115; gold bracelet worn throughout, Hudgens’ own; (on left arm, from top) bangles, Chan Luu at Karen Egren Jewelry, $345;

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Fashion

Star Struck Rock out with a cute face constellation. Grab a star-shaped stencil, available at any craft store (or try Amazon.com). Fill the shape with a chunky eyeliner pencil (like Rimmel London ScandalEyes Eye Shadow Stick, $4.50). Or for a perfect look that lasts all day, use airbrush color (like the Temptu Airbrush System, $149), staggering stars along cheekbones. Try dark brown to recreate her henna-inspired look, or make an even bolder statement with a bright color.

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Bralet, $89.50, and cutoff shorts, $69.50, Denim and Supply Ralph Lauren; cuff earrings, Urban Outfitters, $16; arc earrings, Bing Bang, $100; (on right arm) cuff, Calleen Cordero, $259; (on left arm) medium bracelet, Isabel Marant, $245; black rope bracelet, Karen Egren Jewelry, $65.

Smoke Signals

Dramatic yet dreamy, this sexy, smoky eye works from dawn till dusk. Trace the inner halves of your upper and lower lash lines with a smudgy purple eye crayon (try Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof in Grenat, $30), and blend outward. Top with a silvery blue cream shadow, blending it all the way to the crease and underneath the lower lash lines, says Bua. Finish with waterproof mascara (it gets hot in the desert!). Top, Sachin and Babi, $415; earrings, Forever 21, $4.80; necklace, Hudgens’ own; (on right hand) large oval ring, Pamela Love, $265; eagle ring, Vanessa Mooney, $89; (on left hand) arrowhead ring, Pamela Love, $625; Navajo ring, Vanessa Mooney, $95.

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With the Band Give a simple hippie-style headband a glam upgrade. Slip a plastic accordion headband around your crown (on top of your hair, not under it at the nape), and hook bracelets and necklaces over the points (we mixed gold, silver, and beaded jewelry). Then cover the accordion headband with a pretty scarf.

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Dress, LoveShackFancy, $425; scarf, Chan Luu, $85; long bead necklace, Karen Egren Jewelry; Southwestern silver heart necklace, Ben Amun, $245

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Herbal Remedies for Spring Allergies

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Spring means different things to all of us, but for more millions of Americans, it means watery eyes, scratchy throats and runny noses. If you suffer from seasonal allergies every spring, fear not! Mother Nature offers a number of herbal remedies to help ease our sniffles and sneezes. While allergies can range from uncomfortable to agonizing, there are some natural remedies that can offer hay fever sufferers relief.

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Chamomile

Stinging nettle

It is an anti-inflammatory properties offer relief to It acts as an antihistamine in the body; it targets the dry, itchy eyes. Try placing refrigerated, wet chamo- immune system’s response to an allergen, helping to reduce allergy symptoms such as itchy eyes and mile tea bags over your eyes for 3 to 5 minutes. sneezing. Nettle is also useful for reducing hay fever symptoms. Try taking 300 to 500 mg of stinging nettle capsules daily, or look for tea made from fresh freezedried leaves. The Magical Mystery Magazine April 2013

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LET IT BE... NATURAL ! Peppermint

The combination of peppermint’s menthol oils and tannins makes it a powerful decongestant. Improve breathing by steeping fresh or dried peppermint leaves in boiling water to create a sinus-clearing tea.

Thyme

An antimicrobial and expectorant herb, thyme is useful at treating coughs, clearing congestion and soothing sore throats. Steep 1 to 2 teaspoons fresh thyme to create a tea, or try commercially prepared thyme tea bags.

Honey

It has healing and expectorant qualities make it a great natural treatment for easing coughs and soothing sore throats. A spoonful in a cup of tea ought to the do the trick, or combine the powers of honey and thyme (or other expectorant herbs).

Ginger

A natural pain killer, ginger can help soothe the irritation of a sore throat. It’s especially powerful when combined with honey. Simmer 1 teaspoon of fresh, grated ginger or 1 to 2 teaspoons of the dried, powdered form in a cup of water for five to 10 minutes to create a ginger tea. Add honey.

Chili or Cayenne peppers

They are rich in quercetin, a bioflavonoid that prevents the release of histamines and other inflammatory chemicals that can cause allergy symptoms. Cayenne pepper also helps ease pain from a sore throat.

Vitamin C

A natural antihistamine, helping to reduce nasal secretions and inflammation. Flavonoids such as quercetin, rutin, and hesperidin also have antihistamine properties and work well with vitamin C. Luckily, this vitamin and the flavonoids occur together in many favorite garden foods, such as berries, plums, citrus fruits, peppers, spinach, and broccoli.

Angelica

It comes to the rescue for hay fever as well as other allergic reactions. It contains compounds that block the body’s production of certain antibodies (IgE) that are made as the result of an allergic response. Use about 1/2 teaspoon per cup of water for tea.

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Licorice

It makes your body’s own cortisol last longer, reducing inflammation and allergic symptoms and decrease inflammation without ill side effects. In larger doses taken for long periods, licorice can deplete the body of potassium unless it is deglycyrrhizinated. In susceptible people taking large doses, licorice can raise blood pressure. Allergies can cause a great amount of discomfort -but with some simple herbs, taken as teas, capsules or eaten in foods, you can find relief from the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies The Magical Mystery Magazine

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Spring organic recipe With Fruits or Vegetables, choose your Smoothie And Fill your blender with… 1 banana, sliced

1 cup of liquid or apple juice

4 strawberries, cut in half

Beet - 1/2 inch slice or to taste

1/3 cup pineapple, cut

Carrot - 1 me dium size

2 tablespoons blueber ries 1 handful of kale 2 tablespoons walnuts 1 teaspoon flax seeds ¼ teaspoon cinnamon

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Cucumber - 1 medium size Spinach leaves - 1 handful Tomato - 1 small to medium size Lemon - Jui ce from fresh squeezed large size

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