My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!

My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!, quart of ginger, cinnamon, ACV, hydrant, stay hydrated, feeling full between meals

My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!

For years, it’s been the trend to carry along a water bottle or favorite drink wherever you go. Healthy All-Day-Sipping is a good habit to establish and easy enough to do. I want to recommend Good Girl Moonshine. It doesn’t matter if I am out running errands with the or working at home; it does what it is supposed to do:

1.) I am less hungry at meals

2.) More satisfied between meals

3.) Gives staying power and alert mental focus in the afternoon when I’m usually sleepy

Trim Healthy Mama is one of my favorite resources. Sisters Pearl and Serene discuss a whole new way of using food that work with your body, not against you. You will discover the secrets of hormone balance, and healthy, natural, and sustainable weight management. It contains over 250 recipes and tips, plus it’s a fun and an engaging read.

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My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!, Trim Healthy Mama, Pearl and Serene, sisters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is comforting to sip Good Girl Moonshine as I work because I know I am doing something great for my body. It is a satisfying blend of spicy ginger and cinnamon, the sweet tart flavor of ACV and raw honey, plus the live enzymes and nutrients they add. The addition of electrolytes in a pinch of sea salt gives an extra edge at the cellular level.

You could actually make this as a electrolyte-rich sports drink by adding a second pinch of unrefined salt such as Celtic or Himalayan.

My Version Good Girl Moonshine:

~Fill a quart-sized canning jar with 1/2 cup of very warm (not boiling) water and add         approx. 2 tsp. raw honey. Thoroughly dissolve by stirring. Original THM recipe calls for a few shakes of stevia to taste.
~Add 2 TBSP {to taste} of raw apple cider vinegar (preferably organic)
~Add 1 tsp {to taste} of ground ginger powder
~Add 1/4 – 1/2 tsp. of ground cinnamon
~Add a pinch of sea salt for electrolytes and trace minerals

{Fun change-ups: a handful of frozen berries or a dash of lemon juice to punch up the detox value}.

Tighten on the lid and shake vigorously to mix. Fill to over half with ice and top up with cold water. Sip it through the day, aiming to finish before dinner. That’s it!

My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!, ACV, Trim Healthy Mama

Direct health benefits of:

Ginger~

  • increases metabolism at the cellular level and helps with weight loss
  • helps manage glucose levels and helps the body absorb nutrients
  • helps with morning sickness and improves circulation
  • is an anti-inflammatory and opens up inflamed airways sinusitis and aids asthmatics
  • it blocks acid from heartburn and helps with bowel elimination, relieving bloating, cramps, and gas
  • strengthens the immune system and helps with bad breath

Apple Cider Vinegar~ 

  • Rich in acetic acid. This acid moderates the rise in blood glucose that commonly occurs after meals by slowing the breakdown and digestion of carbs
  • Rich in ash which gives ACV its alkaline property. helps maintain a healthy alkaline state. (particularly important if you drink a lot of coffee or wine)
  • Helps regulate blood pressure and reduce bad cholesterol
  • Rich in malic acid which gives ACV its anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Immune stimulant
  • Improves bowel regularity thus detoxing the body at a faster rate
  • It can help clear up skin conditions and blemishes
  • ACV helps with weight loss by breaking down fats for use rather than storage
  • Rich in potassium, a mineral that is often times lacking in adult diets. This mineral is key for transmission of nerve impulses, heart activity

My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!, Bragg's Apple cider vinegar, ACV, acetic acid, health additive

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Cinnamon and Raw Honey are a Powerful Duo according to NaturalNews:

  • If you are worried about what seems to be a lot of sugar, do some research. LiveStrong cites studies that show that honey and cinnamon have several positive effects in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and may reduce blood sugar levels and blood pressure. But, please read more for your self and don’t take my word for it. We personally only use raw, local honey
  • Cinnamon is very warming for those who suffer from being cold all the time, improves circulation
  • Honey and cinnamon also provide energy, making people more mentally alert and ready for physical activity which in turn increases the metabolism
  • Drinking honey and cinnamon in lukewarm water results in them moving through the bladder and cleansing it of infections
  • Drinking this beverage on a regular basis can relieve, or in some cases, entirely cure arthritis pain
  • This mixture strengthens the immune system and fights off colds as well as some viruses
  • Regular consumption of honey and cinnamon together, when combined with an overall healthy diet and moderate activity level, can prevent heart disease by clearing clogged arteries
  • When consumed together, honey and cinnamon can ease digestion, prevent gas

 

My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!, honey and cinnamon, good for colds

(Honey and Cinnamon ~Powerful Duo Knocks Colds)

God designed our bodies to be able to digest and utilize His natural foods when eaten in moderation; when we change to eating processed foods, we do not get His best for us. I have decided to trust His wisdom in this area by sticking to real, whole foods and spices.

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75 Responses to My Version ~ Good Girl Moonshine!

  1. Connie Doty says:

    Great article and recipe! Thank you for sharing. I’m going to try it. One word of caution: Women who are prone to miscarriage should not ingest ginger during their pregnancies, especially during the first trimester, as it causes uterine contractions and can lead to a miscarriage. I suggest all pregnant women avoid ginger until the last few weeks of pregnancy, just in case. Bless you! :)

    • Jacqueline says:

      Thank you, Connie. I appreciate your sharing.
      There is some controversy as many take it for morning sickness: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/961.html and http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA400749/Avoid-Ginger-While-Pregnant.html

      I think it would be possible in high amounts, but when in doubt…or if you are prone to miscarriage or bleeding…don’t use it. Thanks, Connie :)
      Blessings!

      • Connie Doty says:

        Hi Jacqueline! Yes, better safe than sorry, especially when it’s a life-or-death issue, such as this. After having nine miscarriages of my own, I’m very thankful to God for the healing, knowledge of herbs, and six healthy children He’s given us. :) My losses led me to over twenty years of researching miscarriage prevention, and I eventually went on to write my Master’s Thesis on the subject. I’m aware of the controversy, and realize that many women have taken ginger without incident, but I also have first hand experience that it can take only a very small amount (less than a tablespoon) of raw ginger to trigger a miscarriage. Wild yam does a much better job at alleviating morning sickness than ginger, and also helps prevent miscarriage, so I encourage women to opt for that herb instead. :)

        • Janette says:

          Hi Connie. Thanks for your info. I have a history of miscarriages and have been trying to figure out what I need to balance my hormones. I would like to know what kind of herbs you use?

          • R G says:

            Thank you for sharing your losses Connie, and for giving some insight on alternatives. I have had a few miscarriages also, and agree with the comment on ginger. We all experience different levels of possible side effects, so it is better to use the utmost caution in life and death situations than to ride on the ‘edge.’ I had never heard about the wild yam previous to this post. Hmmm….

  2. Amy Roberts says:

    Wanted you to know that I found your blog a while back ago. It has been very encouraging to me. I am a homeschool mom of ages 8, 6, and 3. I am also trying to take care of my family spiritually as well as physically. I love this recipe you posted today. Just wanted you to know I am enjoying your blog and wanted to encourage you that God is using it to help me lots. Thank you.

  3. Norah Fries says:

    I love you and your blog even more now that I know you’re a THM! :)

  4. Brooke says:

    This looks great! I will have to try it. I am not a fan of stevia, so I love that this has some honey in it instead. :)

  5. Kristel Wiesner says:

    Love ginger. Love cinnamon. Love the good Girl Moonshine! I made it this morning and used slices of ginger and a cinnamon stick to avoid the grainy particles of the ground spices settling to the bottom. I also used homemade apple cider vinegar that I learned how to make at the Learning and Yearning blog. Since it’s only 16 degrees in northern Michigan today I used warm water for the whole thing and have it in a thermos. Thanks so much for this recipe. I think it will become a daily habit!

  6. Charlotte Moore says:

    This does sound like a right tasty drink. I am going to forward this to my cousin. Her mom just turned 94 Sunday and has been having issues with UTIs.

    Thanks!! BLESSINGS!!!

  7. Cheryl Smith says:

    This sounds wonderful! I can’t wait to try it. I am hoping it may help me with some of the health problems I am going through right now. God is so good to send us the information we need, right when we need it! You are such a dear blessing to me. Love, Cheryl

  8. I am so trying this today. Thanks!!! (oh – and I’m pinning….)

  9. Sue says:

    This sounds great! I live in southern Michigan and buy honey from a local supplier, is this considered “raw” honey? I don’t know the difference between honey and “raw” honey, any information you can share, I will greatly appreciate:) I enjoy your blog and the helpful tips and recipes you share are so encouraging. God bless and have a special day today!

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  11. SallyAnn says:

    Hi Jacqueline,

    How happy I was to see that you too have been using Pearl and Serene’s book THM. My twin sister first found it about 3 weeks ago and we decided to both give it a try. I haven’t tried this moonshine yet but now that I see that you have used raw honey in it instead of the stevia I am definitely going to try it. I was wondering if you or anyone else here has had any issues with stevia or xylitol and irregular bowel movements. I hope I don’t offend anyone with my question.

    Thanks and have an awesome day.

    SallyAnn

  12. momstheword says:

    I have heard that ACV is also good for acid reflux. A friend of mine said that it has helped her and her mom so much. I’ve never tried it though.

  13. Charlotte Moore says:

    Have a question to anyone. I made this and it wasn’t too bad. Not as sweet as I would like, but could add more honey. However, after it sat a few hours it all settled in the bottom. Then I shook it and it had a dark slimmy glob. It would not mix up. I just could not bring myself to drink it. I did use organic coconut water vinegar. That is all the organic I had. I had raw unprocessed unprocessed honey too. HELP!!! Haha!!!

    • Jacqueline says:

      Charlotte, I don’t know what it was…ew…
      I’m sitting here giggling, because that is creepy. If you use good ingredients, I can’t imagine. Sounds like a kombucha SCOBY!! Check this out:http://www.deeprootsathome.com/beginners-guide-to-kombuchamake-your-own/
      Hugs to you, sweet friend :)
      Jacque

      • Lorraine says:

        I had the same problem, with it turning into a slime, and I discovered if I add ginger and cinnamon after the ice and cold water, it did not slime, I even stuck a tupperware salad dressing shaker part into my jar and it helps to mix it up.. I think the warm water had something to do with the spices clumping together..
        I must say, I’m using it 1 week and I do feel it helps, with energy!
        Another Mom with busy folks, coming and going..!

        • Jacqueline says:

          Lorraine,
          Hmm… I am SO glad it is giving you energy!!! We moms need all we can get :)
          Your thoughts on the spices could be right! One time I mixed my honey when the water was pretty cool, and the honey didn’t dissolve, but I don’t think that is what you are referring to. I just dissolve the honey in pretty warm water and add the spices, vinegar, and sea salt then. I lid the jar and shake vigorously…THEN I top with cold water and ice.
          Multiplied blessings to you and your family.

  14. Candi May says:

    Due to LPR (acid reflux that causes small amounts to come up into your mouth), my back teeth are rottening out. I’ve lost 4, one is nearly gone, and another is getting there . I wonder if the ACV would hasten the deterioration? I realize that ACV alkalizes the body, but that is in the digestion process. What about the residue in the mouth?

    • Gentle Joy says:

      I think if you rinse your mouth good with plain water- even swish it around, so that the vinegar doesn’t stay on your teeth, that it shouldn’t hurt. Hope that helps. Gentle Joy

    • Jacqueline says:

      Dear Candi May,
      I am so sorry that you have had trouble with reflux. My 88 y.o. mother has had it also and was given a Rx for medication to help but never took it b/c of the side effect….BUT…she read about using organic ACV for reflux and started about 3 years ago. I went away. Totally away. She rinses her mouth and swallows and has had no problems. Now she may have it twice or 3 times a month at most. I hope that helps, dear. Mouth/teeth/reflux problems are no fun at all! May the Lord bless you.

      • Candi May says:

        Thanks for the info about your mom, Jacqueline. I have heard so many good reports that I believe ACV really does help reflux, but because of my teeth, I have been afraid to try it. I have also heard about sipping on it throughout the day as being more effective for weight management and energy issues, but then it is difficult to keep your teeth rinsed. Maybe if I just downed a portion 3 times a day then rinsed with baking soda water (which is what I do when the acid seems strong in my mouth)? May the Lord return unto you the blessings you pour out to all of us here! :)

        • Jacqueline says:

          Candi,
          I had another thought. What about swishing and swallowing a 1/4 or more of milk afterwards? I am praying for you, dear friend. I am right at a place where I can relate with you on the teeth issue. I am getting my amalgams removed soon b/c I am toxic with mercury.
          May the Lord give you wisdom and courage as you go through this trial. “I will never leave you or forsake you!” ~ Jesus
          Multiplied blessings!

          • Candi May says:

            The milk is a good idea. Usually, I only drink water, but I have been craving milk lately so I’ve been having a tall glass with my main meal.

            Jacqueline, it doesn’t matter how mundane the topic is (rotting teeth and vinegar – ewww!), your words always elevate it to a higher plane. I think I’ve just figured out what I love about your site so much. Gentle kindness that edifies, elevates, and adorns everyday life with beauty.

            There are a lot of wonderful sites about godly womanhood out there. I subscribe to many of them. But yours has a much more personal touch to it. Your gentle spirit comes through. You have become like the neighbor many of us wish we had. If I met you on the sidewalk, I believe I would feel like I was running into a friend.

            Sorry to gush, just was on my heart. :)

          • Jacqueline says:

            Dear Candi,
            I am (our whole family is) going through a very deep valley right now. Your kindness and tender words are a balm to my soul, as I DO wish to elevate and edify other women, whether in Christ or yet to be. So, I thank the dear Lord for His mercy and grace. May it abound to you and your family and to us all.
            Multiplied blessings in the name of Jesus,
            Jacqueline

        • Pam says:

          Hi Candi May and Jacqueline,
          Sorry for the late addition to the conversation. I posted an article about a month ago about the 25 Apple Cider Vinegar Benefits & Uses. When researching for the article, I found that it was good for acid reflux, and thought that was really odd. There is a reference article link in the post that might interest you. It explains acid reflux in more detail. Hope that helps you!

          • Jacqueline says:

            Thank you, Pam!! I am always happy to learn more and LOVE ACV for so many things :) Blessings!

  15. Gentle Joy says:

    I love this and will be making this………….but……….I will change the name!!! :) I use all of the ingredients already, but this is a good idea to put them together. Thank you for sharing. Gentle Joy

    • BUSY MOM IN AL says:

      Me too! :) I call it my “Supermom Gatorade.” Wink! We are “teetotalers” because alcoholism (and its problems) runs in our family.

      I am enjoying the spiciness and flavor combination! Thank you Mrs. Jacqueline for sharing. Blessings!

  16. Toni says:

    Hi Jacqueline,
    This is certainly intriguing. I’m going to have give it a try. I could really use a shot of mental clarity sometimes, not to mention a fat diminish-er and declogger. :)
    Have a great evening!

  17. daisy says:

    I think I’ll give this a go next week! I have several of the issues listed. Thank you!

  18. Leslie says:

    Thanks for this great recipe. I made it today and it seemed refreshing to sip it throughout the day. I had a strenuous day helping friends move, but my energy level stayed high for the 5 hours we worked — and I was the oldest one on the job. Well, mid-sixties isn’t old at all, and I wouldn’t have even thought about my age, but a guy in the group (a 55 yr old), kept talking about needing to take it easy because he was older. I felt refreshed and was able to pace myself and keep up with the rest of them (and I sure wasn’t going to say that I was the oldest — lol). I’m going to try this drink each day this week to see if this is what gave me the boost. Isn’t it great how the Lord brings healthy ideas like this one along to try and think about. Thank you for sharing. I love your blog — and your gracious spirit. Blessings on your sweet head.

    • Jacqueline says:

      Thank you, Leslie, for your kind and refreshing words. The Lord knew I needed to hear that just now. I am so glad you have let me know about your time helping a friend move and that this gave you a boost in energy. Let me know how the week goes if possible.
      Multiplied blessings to you :)

      • Leslie says:

        Well, it’s been a week since I started drinking the Good Girl Moonshine, and I’m still thankful that you passed on this recipe. I didn’t drink it every day — but I noticed a difference on the days I mixed it up and sipped throughout the day. I felt humbled when you said it helped to hear encouragement. I have been selfishly reading your advice — enjoying your perspective — and I didn’t realize you were going through a tough time. My prayers are with you . . . and isn’t our God great? He can use the connections we make on the internet to strengthen us and spread encouragement. You are walking in faith .. . and you are touching many lives. Good job! Now rest.

        • Jacqueline says:

          Aww..tears* Thank you, Leslie!
          You are right…we can draw great encouragement from each other :) This blesses me so much! I never know when the Lord will give me a sweet hug through a dear reader like you or just the sunshine warming me through the window. When we are weak, then He is strong and He shows it in so many ways! Multiplied blessings, sweet friend.

  19. I am making this as soon as I take my next break ;-) Cinnamon warms you up?! Well, then that is what I need since once I stopped deep cleaning and moving some furniture (my husband will gasp, lol, since I never ever move furniture) I got freezing cold. There is only so much you can do when the day starts off at ZERO as the sun came up!!

    I have no idea where to get raw honey from right now without driving 2 hours to Amish country which just isn’t happening until everything thaws!! I used to buy it through a food co-op or a Grist Mill but now we live too far away where a co-op truck wouldn’t deliver…plus no local friends to form a co-op. Do you order your honey online?

    • Jacqueline says:

      Judith, we have had 32 hives until last September. Our bee-man took them to pollinate almond trees. Over half of the hives die when they are moved like that:( We hope to find another keeper soon! Praying you do find someone…maybe you can find a beekeeper and set some hives on your property!!
      Hugs!

  20. I really enjoyed making and using this the other day, Jacque!
    Hope you have a wonderful birthday today and that the Lord is taking you
    through the valley with the comforting thought that “this too shall pass.”
    Many blessings,
    Rhonda

    • Jacqueline says:

      I love you, Rhonda! You are a real treasure of a sister in the Lord! Trial? What trial! We are learning to count it all joy and wait to see the mighty things He will do. He has never failed us, ever! Hugs and multiplied blessings to you all! <3

  21. Deb Harris says:

    I found your site from a blog party. This drink sounds like something I’ve been looking for. I have severe Fibromyalgia along with other things. This sounds like it could be very helpful. I’m looking forward to exploring the rest of your site. I was hoping to subscribe by email but both the subscribe button & link to feedburner are for readers. Is it possible to subscribe by email? Thanks

    • Jacqueline says:

      Yes, Deb,
      Thank you! In the Subscribe Now! box, right under the “Choose your reader” drop-down is a line with an envelope symbol that says: ‘Get Deep Roots at Home delivered by email’. I think that is what you are looking for :) I hope that helps! I am glad you found me and hope to hear from you again. God bless your weekend.

  22. Ok– you sold me. I’m going to try it. And maybe I’ll even give THM a deeper look. I’m curious but reluctant …

  23. Roxy says:

    Hello Dear Friend, I think we all like to read about a drink that refreshes us and gives a health benefit. I still use my honey and cinnamon mixture often. I was able to see
    Josh McDowell today it was so good! I am praying for you and your family tonight!
    Blessings, Roxy

    • Jacqueline says:

      God used Josh McDowell to grow me (Evidence That Demands A Verdict) as a young Christian. Wondering where you ‘saw’ him? I’ll stop over!
      Hugs :)

  24. Lisa says:

    I definitely need to try this! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Sounds like something else I need to add to my day. Followed you here from Friendship Fridays, missing you on Real Food Fridays, join us tonight, pinned.

  26. Becca says:

    I should tell my sister who has arthritis about the cinnamon/honey combination. Thanks for sharing. :)

  27. Ronda says:

    Thanks Jacqueline! I was wondering if it would be okay to mix this up the night before – what are your thoughts?

    • Jacqueline says:

      Hi, Ronda :) It’s so beautiful outside today with the sunshine and bird singing!
      I have done that ocassionally, but I don’t have any idea if it hurts it in any way. Maybe a test is in order! Try it for a few days making it in the morning and note your energy level; then make it the night before and compare. The energy and help with metabolism is the primary goal for most of us, so it would be neat to see if it changes anything :) If you do it, let me know what you find, OK?
      Multiplied blessings in the Lord for your week ~

      • BUSY MOM IN AL says:

        I am making it 2 quarts at a time and storing it overnight in the refrigerator. I use a half-gallon mason jar and I have not had a problem. I think it even tastes better the next day! I had to figure out a way to remember to drink it. It was easy to skip, instead of taking the 3 minutes it takes to make it! :) Ha ha!

        By the way, I have been stuck at a certain weight for the past 4 weeks and just this last week, 2 more lbs came off! I am trying the THM drink, and added 1/2 an avocado daily as a snack. Yum! We’ll see. I certainly don’t want that to be my focus. I do like to have something yummy to drink throughout the day and I love the spiciness!

        My prayers are with you, Mrs. Jacqueline. You are an encouragement in my desire to have ‘deep roots at home!’ A big hug to you!

        • Jacqueline says:

          AHHH…That is wonderful! I am so glad that you found a way to do it so it is ready in the morning, and the 2 pounds after a month plateau is really nice to hear. Yes, our focus is to be on the Lord, but I love how He gives us wisdom and the help to accomplish what will bless us and our families! He is awesome!
          Multiplied blessings, sweet friend!

          • BUSY MOM IN AL says:

            Hello, I was visiting with a good friend yesterday and we were talking about this drink. She asked me if I had tried any flavors yet? I told her I had not and she made me a quick version that she likes. She used some extracts she had bought from Amazon called Bakto Flavors. She mixed in coconut, strawberry and lime. Oh my, it was really good! I made one this morning with mango and banana. It has really given me some ideas about yummy flavors. Just wanted to share the idea with you!

            I hope you are having a good morning.
            Hugs!

          • Jacqueline says:

            Hello!
            Actually, i would like to warn you about these natural flavors…they are not natural at all but are manufactured from some things that occur naturally, but are highly processed and cross the blood-brain barrier to damage brain cells. This will hopefully: http://www.deeprootsathome.com/addictive-flavors-foods-to-avoid/
            This is an insidious problem in our food supply and is causing huge damage to the critical thinking skills of all who consume it and it harms far more than our brains!
            I am so glad you shared this here, so I could address it. Blessings!

          • BUSY MOM IN AL says:

            This is a response to your last comment, Mrs. Jacqueline.

            Oh, yikes! They got me at the ‘natural’ flavor!!
            :( I will go back to the ‘original’ flavor! :) Thank you for directing me to the post you wrote. Very informative!

          • Jacqueline says:

            I’m sorry to be a bearer of bad news…oh, how I wish it wasn’t such a problem for us all :( Still, we have so much that IS good, and we have the BEST thing: the Lord :) Yay!! Hugs for your week, sweet friend!

  28. Jacqueline…I am familiar with this drink but have never made it. I did THM last fall for four months but have my own reasons for stepping away from it. Although there are some recipes I loved in the book and still prepare. And I did appreciate the knowledge shared in the book and some of it I held onto. You make this drink sound so delish, I may have to try it even though I don’t follow THM so strictly anymore. Thank you for sharing it.

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  30. Raia says:

    I just made up a batch of this and my 1-year old LOVES it! :) Thanks for the recipe!

  31. Melissa says:

    My husband has used acv with honey and lemon for years. He calls it his “toddy”. I began mixing a jar for him, our daughter, and myself using your recipe. Noticed I would occasionally have indigestion after drinking it and after a few days we noticed our daughters teeth were looking grey. She drinks lots of water, so it was not like the vinegar was sitting on her teeth. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  32. Mary Hill says:

    Hi,

    I will have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Carrie Downing says:

    Hi Jacqueline! I’m wondering, does refrigerating this throughout the day in between sips ruin it? I’m just thinking it would be better if it was kept cold throughout the day. I love this article, and your lovely tone, I can’t wait to check out more of your blog! Blessings!

    • Jacqueline says:

      Hello and good morning, Carrie :)
      Thank you for your kind words.
      I don’t think that it will go bad whether left out for the whole day or in the fridge off and on. It is full of anti-bacterial cinnamon and raw honey which keep it in perfectly good condition. Remember that raw honey is used to treat some pretty deep wounds now in many hospitals (its the active enzymes). I often start out with a scoop of ice cubes, and they keep it pretty chilled through the early afternoon, depending on where I am. I hope that helps, new friend :)
      God bless you!

  35. Sandy says:

    My “honey pot” has ran dry at the moment (makes me feel like Pooh bear, lol) so im wondering would Splenda be ok as a temporary substitute? I cant wait to taste it!

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