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The (Oldest) Most Original Stress Relief Recipe

Updated on January 15, 2016

Cucumbers can reduce stress

This inexpensive way to relieve stress is the same method that expensive professionals use
This inexpensive way to relieve stress is the same method that expensive professionals use | Source

CUCUMBERS: The (Oldest) Most Original Recipe to Help Reduce Stress

CUCUMBER: The ONLY ingredient in Ancient Remedy

This secret has been passed on from centuries of kings & queens from all over the world.

It's not exactly known how agriculture & farming came about, but one story is that a "fallen angel" taught man how to farm.

But it has been thought that the fallen angel, Armaros taught man this ancient remedy on how to relieve stress by simply using a cucumber.

To have a better understanding on who these fallen angels were and how they affected humans way of living, you need to read The Entrapment's of Lust, Promiscuity, Sexual Infidelity and the Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs by Reverend Melissa Smith.

Freshly Picked Cucumbers work Best

The best cucumber is a fresh cucumber!
The best cucumber is a fresh cucumber! | Source

Armaros Taught Man how to Raise Spells

Stress Relief with a Cucumber

The method is quite simple, really.

Bring a pot of water to boil, enough water to hold one whole cucumber (sliced).

When the water boils, place the sliced cucumbers in the water.

Lean over, carefully, breathing in the water vapors. Place a towel over your head to capture as much water vapor as you can.

The chemicals and nutrients are released when the sliced cucumbers come in contact with boiling water.


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Azazel taught Man about Metal

It was Armaros that taught Man how to raise spells, but it was Azazel that taught them about metal.

So, Armaros taught man that if you placed cucumber slices on a sheet of tin, it will thwart off grubs and slugs that can destroy gardens. Slugs and grubs can give even the most experienced gardener some BIG time trouble.

If you'd like to get more information on how cucumbers can improve your life greatly [click here].

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      Jazlyn 

      4 years ago

      liver & onions rcpiee both I and my wife grew up eating, is beef liver pe2te9 (courtesy of Critical MAS). (And actually, artisanal pe2te9 of all sorts is a great way to get your liver, as

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      Lilly 

      4 years ago

      You've really imspesred me with that answer!

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      Tammy Jones 

      5 years ago

      Thanks Jimmy. Good thing I love cucumbers! I will definitely add more of these to my diet. With this fibromyalgia I'm willing to try anything. :)

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      James Timothy Peters 

      6 years ago from Hammond, Indiana

      Thanks for the comments. I tried the cucumbers on the tin and I have to say it worked, however, I had like 6 of them out there.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment, I appreciate it BIG time!

      www.tryjimmy.wordpress.com

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      Peggy Woods 

      6 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Very interesting about using the cucumbers on a sheet of tin to ward off snails and slugs. I have used beer in a saucer or empty grapefruit half to catch and kill slugs. I think that they just drown after imbibing in the liquid brew. The cucumbers must just act as a repellent? Of course we have so many of the little critters in Houston that I have just about given up. I would have to own a brewery! Ha!

    • James Peters profile imageAUTHOR

      James Timothy Peters 

      6 years ago from Hammond, Indiana

      Thanks again for the comment! I appreciate you taking the time to read my LITTLE Hubs...thank you, thank you, thank you.

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      Sommer Dalton 

      6 years ago

      Never knew this! Very informative, great hub! Voted up, useful, and interesting!!

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