Fight cold and flu season with ginger tea’s healing potential
November 21, 2014
As cold and flu season creeps up on innocent bystanders, individuals desperately seek ways to avoid contracting these dreaded illnesses. But for some people, those horrid symptoms have already attacked, much like a swarm of bees. Coughing, congestion, and irritation arrive for their annual and unwelcome visit, even after working so hard to avoid them. Even after chugging a gallon of orange juice, alas, sickness has materialized.
The moment the symptoms occur, the battle of the virus begins. Several prevention measures exist, but daily nutrition and intake proves essential to fight the sickness. For ages, tea has served as a beneficial beverage that improves health in various areas. While teas come in thousands of flavors, ginger’s special properties will help eliminate symptoms and promote healing. For those who cannot handle a little spice, I suggest a less tangy substitute. With its numerous nutritional benefits, this winter, ginger tea will become a handy aid to help kill colds and flus. just to name a few:
- Ginger is packed with antioxidants and promotes a little healthy sweating which essentially breaks down toxins and harmful germs.
- A regular serving of ginger tea improves the immune system and reduces sick days.
- Ginger promotes absorption of essential nutrients to restore health and improves blood flow.
- The warmth, along with the ingestion, of ginger tea clears sinus pressure.
Here is a quick way to get hold of this miracle.
Required materials include:
- fresh ginger
- and honey
After gathering the materials, there are 4 simple steps to create this beverage:
Storing the leftovers in the refrigerator will produce a sufficient tea concentrate and lasts up to five days. The suggested serving is three to four warm mugfulls a day.
Ginger tea should be consumed with a balanced diet, an ample amount of water, and decent amounts of rest. Enjoy!