I’m not sure about the weather where you live, but it sure is frosty where I am. With the crazy weather changes, I noticed my body trying to catch a cold so I thought it wise to be proactive.
I am trying to stay away from Western medicine as much as I can and make natural remedies my first resort. I knew, through research, that ginger is known for combating sinus issues, sore throats, upset tummies and headaches. I also knew I wanted to get warm so I thought up a recipe for ginger tea.
Now, it may be the old southern woman in me but I didn’t use exact measurements. (Sorry!) Here are the supplies and method as exact as I could get them.
Let me know how your’s turns out!
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1 medium saucepan
1 medium orange
Fill the sauce pan 3/4 full
Chop 2 small-to-medium pieces of ginger about a 1/4 inch thick and add to water
Bring water and ginger to a soft boil for about ten minutes or until water has absorbed the ginger and turned light brown
Remove from heat and add the juice of one medium orange
Finally add honey to your liking and serve warm.