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We have a new mustard blend we are using :)

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I attended our local Survivalists Fair again this year [had a great time] :)

While there I again sat through a presentation done by a retired Oncologist whose hobby is collecting as much data as he can from all of the cancer research that has been done.

I spoke about him in a previous thread last year:

I also mentioned him here:

After the fair this year, we toured a historical mustard mill and I got to thinking about trying to find some of these medicinal spices and mixing them into a mustard sauce. So I bought a gallon of their mustard 'base'.

Medicinal spices I found in local stores were garlic, fenugreek and turmeric.

We have tried a bunch of different blends and we have found that we like one blend. So I made a pint of it and we intend to use it whenever we use mustard. :)

Our new mustard mix:

1 part garlic;
1 part fenugreek;
1 part turmeric;
20 parts mustard.

garlic; for it's medicinal properties [antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal activity; preventing heart disease (including atherosclerosis and reducing aortic plaque deposits, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure); to prevent certain types of cancer, including stomach and colon.

fenugreek; for it's medicinal properties [atherosclerosis, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides, lowering blood sugar in people with diabetes].

turmeric; for it's medicinal properties [Alzheimer's, anti-inflammatory, arthritis, cancers [bladder, blood myeloma, breast, cervix, colon, esophogus, liver, lung, lymphoma, oral, pancreas, prostate, skin melanoma, small intestine, stomach], cystic fibrosis, turmeric-treated mice were less susceptible to developing type 2 diabetes].

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Is this for eating or for healing mustard plasters or both?
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