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Honey Sleep Remedy

With your eyes closed, imagine a huge blackboard, select a paintbrush dipped in white paint and carefully imagine your hand tracing a large number three. buy Gourmet Honey NowWhen you are finished start another three slowly tracing with white paint on the huge blackboard. Continue until you fall asleep. Most people fall asleep before finishing the third three.

If these mental gymnastics, do not accomplish sleep, possibly the honey remedy is best for you. If you have difficulty going to sleep, staying asleep, waking up easily and having trouble going back to sleep, the honey remedy will engage your sleep engines again.
Honey sleep remedy:
One tablespoon of honey with the evening meal every day,
Eventually by morning you’ll remember falling to sleep shortly after your head hits the pillow.

For some, one tablespoon with each evening meal, is not adequate.
Honey sleep remedy:
3 teaspoons apple cider vinegar,
1 cup raw honey
mix thoroughly.
Take 2 teaspoons of this mixture has you are preparing for bed.
Repeat 2 teaspoons, if you haven’t fallen asleep within an hour. Repeat 2 teaspoons of the mixture each hour until you fall asleep. Most folks are asleep after 4 teaspoons.

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