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Old 01-30-2009, 11:16 PM   #1
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Humidifiers in Airstreams

I know moisture is the Airstream's arch enemy, but when the weather is super dry, the sinus headaches can be brutal. Any suggestions out there that don't involve revolvers or headache medicine? Would appreciate any tips!
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Keep a cup of hot ginger tea handy. The hot steam helps, the added liquid in your body helps. Ginger reduces inflammation and smooths sinus tissues. Plus it tastes good
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Wow, more good information - but where do you purchase ginger tea?
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I do love tea! Will have to track some down. I know WS has a great electtic tea kettle that doesn't give off steam and heats the water in seconds. I could keep it bedside. Thanks!
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Wow, more good information - but where do you purchase ginger tea?
I buy it at the grocery store - Twinnings makes a nice lemon-ginger tea, Lipton also makes one. But a health food store would have some as well - probably cheaper too.
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I do love tea! Will have to track some down. I know WS has a great electtic tea kettle that doesn't give off steam and heats the water in seconds. I could keep it bedside. Thanks!
Don't just smell it - drink it. The various healthful properties are gotten from ingesting the stuff. Ginger tea is standard fare in korean and thai restaurants - they serve it with sweetened with honey and with pine nuts floating on top. Yum.
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