No spells but try taking Echanacea, making chicken soup but put the organ meats in like heart, kidneys etc even if you don't eat those the juices go into the soup making it healing. Also put onion and garlic into the soup because they have more anti-biotics than pennecilin. I usually take Essiac (4-herb tea) to stay healthy. There are other things but try this.
2 pkg. yeast
1/2 c. warm water
1 c. milk, scalded
1/2 c. butter
1 egg, beaten
1/2 c. sugar
1 tsp. salt
3/4 tsp. cardamom
1/2 c. citron
1/2 c. candied cherries
1/2 c. white raisins
5 c. flour (or more)
Dissolve yeast in warm water and a little sugar. Scald the milk and add butter; cool to lukewarm. Add egg and yeast mixture. Add sugar, salt and cardamom. Beat in 2 cups of the flour and mix well. Add small amount of the flour to candied fruit so it won't stick together and stir in the rest of the flour. Add candied fruit. Turn out dough on floured cloth and knead until smooth. Place in greased bowl; cover an let rise until doubled. Divide into 2 parts and form into round loaves and put on greased cookie sheets or in pie pans. Let rise into double. Bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes. While warm, brush with soft
butter or decorate when cool with powdered sugar icing and almond flavoring, then sliced almonds and more candied cherries. To serve, cut slices in half on an angle and butter or delicious toasted and buttered.
2 c. powdered sugar
Mix all together until consistence to spread.
Let dry before wrapping.
A julenek is a symbol of Christmas in Norway. It is a stalk of oats tied to a pole. Traditionally, it was good luck if birds ate from the juleneks. It symbolized hope for good farming. Today, people throughout Norway hang juleneks as a general symbol of hope.
36 inch (91 centimeter) branch
Many stalks of grain
Brightly colored ribbon
1Surround the branch with stalks of grain.
2Tie the string tightly around the whole bunch.
3Tie the ribbon over the string and tie a bow in the center.
Juleneks can be hung on outdoor railings or placed on the ground as a snack for birds.