Feel Better Tea for Sore Throats & Sinus Colds

Feel Better Tea for Sore Throats & Sinus Colds!

This quick and tasty feel better tea works as an excellent natural remedy! You can make it by simply adding just two ingredients to your favorite blend of tea. The best time to take it is when you start to feel the onset of a sore throat or sinus cold. It can also be taken during as well, to help provide some extra relief!

I like to pride myself on being part robot, and never-ever getting sick. Sometimes though, it is inevitable that the common cold will somehow sneak it’s way into my system.

I tend to have a pretty good immune system, but with having two little ones in daycare and school it is often impossible to fight off every single little thing they bring home!

For the days when I’m feeling down and out and need to snap out of it quick, (because who ever has time for being sick?!), I use this really simple and quick tea remedy. I always try to keep these two ingredients on hand no matter what… Lemon juice and honey!

Lemons are just one of those fruits that packs a lot of vitamins like A, B6, C and E. It also provides numerous other healthy properties such as protein, calcium, iron, potassium and zinc, to name a few, plus many more! Honey is also packed with nutrients as well as a ton of antioxidants! It can also be used as a cough-suppressant, making it just perfect for sore throats! The combination of these two ingredients really seems to be a winner!

How to make it:

All you need to do is add 1 teaspoon of honey, and one teaspoon of lemon juice to your favorite blend of tea. If you don’t drink tea, or don’t have any on hand, you can simply mix the two ingredients with hot water to get the same effect.

So if you are feeling down and out, give this a try, and I hope you are feeling better soon! Real soon!


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