Ginger Tea Recipe: Home Remedy For Cold, Cough And Flu
Try this ginger tea, for cold,cough and flu
Lemon: High in vitamin C, which is an antioxidant vital to a strong immune system and neutralize the activity of free radicals in the body, reducing the inflammation and swelling caused by free radicals in the body.
Ginger: Promotes a healthy sweating that aids in the detoxification of the body, which is often helpful when you have a cold or flu. Ginger is also helpful for settling upset stomachs, dizziness, nausea, vomiting and cold sweating.
Honey: Honey boost the body’s immune system by aiding in the production of white blood cells. This improves the body’s ability to fight infection and decreases the risk of fevers. The natural sweetness of honey also balances the tartness of the lemon and the ginger’s spice, giving honey, lemon and ginger tea its soothing flavor.
Tuli – It contains beneficial compounds called phytochemicals — naturally occurring compounds that plants produce to protect themselves against bacteria, viruses and fungi — that interact and have strong antioxidant, anti-viral, anti-bacterial and immune-enhancing properties that promote general health and maintain your body’s natural defense against germs, stress and disease.
- Ginger – a one inch piece
- Lemon Juice
- Tulsi leaves – 10 (optional)
- organic raw honey
Crush ginger and tulsi leaves coarsely.
Boil a cup of water in a pan.
Add tea powder and when it starts boiling, add ginger, tulsi and swtich off the stove.
Strain into a cup, add sugar and mix well.
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