This honey lemon ginger tea recipe boosts your immune system instantly, and it’s so easy to make! I’m sure many of you rely on variations of this amazing natural home remedy to fight against cold and flu.
Normally when I feel like I will be ill or I’m having a sore throat, I consume this soothing concoction. To be honest, I don’t really know how this tea cures me quicker than medication from a doctor, it just does. I remembered having a bad cough when I was young and my mum made this powerful home remedy for me. I recovered after two days of consuming it, it really does the trick.
What I like about this tea is, it’s simple and yet very revitalising. The natural ingredients are a combination of honey, lemon and ginger that all have multiple medicinal benefits. Both honey and lemon aid your body to fight infections and soothe a sore throat. Lemon juice has vitamin C that could help minimise the period of flu and has antioxidants that help boost immunity. Whereas ginger comes in handy to ease stomach upset, nausea and motion sickness. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that could fight your bodies bad bacteria.
This honey lemon ginger tea recipe is also a wholesome way to stay hydrated without having to consume only water.
It’s genuinely straightforward to make, all you need is water, honey, sliced lemon and ginger. I use Manuka honey that’s made in Australia and New Zealand for this honey lemon ginger tea recipe as it contains no added substances.
This homemade remedy is a great way to fight your weak antibodies, and it’s good for people who don’t enjoy drinking water. You can also store it in the fridge for a few days and consume as needed. Give it a try!
Honey Lemon Ginger Tea Ingredients
- 1 cup of water
- 2 medium sized lemons
- 1/2 a cup of fresh ginger
- 1 cup of manuka honey
How to make Honey Lemon Ginger Tea
- Wash the lemons and then slice them thinly.
- Cut the ginger into very thin slices, you can also grate it if you wish.
- Add the lemon, ginger and water into a saucepan on a medium heat. Simmer for around 5 minutes.
- Let the ingredients cool for around 2-3 minutes before stirring in the honey.
- For this honey lemon tea recipe, it is best to use un-waxed lemons as the wax would come off of the lemons when heated.
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