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We know, we know: there's no escaping this flu and cold season. And when immunity-boosting foods don't work, only lots and lots of fluids can cure your common cold and flu.
While we've been over what drinks you should drink when you have a cold or the flu, we've discovered the ultimate cold-fighting, flu-fighting box of teas that will whip you back into shape. The DAVIDsTea Cold Survival Kit includes:
• Super Ginger organic tea, a blend of ginger, green rooibos, pink peppercorns, and black and white pepper for upset stomachs
• Cold 911 organic tea, a peppermint tea blended with eucalyptus (a common ingredient in "sleepy time" teas), orange peel, and juniper berries
• Northern African Mint tea, an organic Japanese-style Hojicha green tea made with peppermint (obviously), cardamom, ginger, licorice root, fennel clove, and black pepper
• Secret Weapon tea, a white tea combined with goji berries (for all the superfood benefits you can get), plus licorice root, orange peel, almond, and cocoa nibs
• Bravissimo caffeine-free tea, a blend of licorice, chamomile, rosehip, orange peel, goji berries, and peppermint (perfect for sore throats)
You can find the Cold Survival Kit at DAVIDsTeas for $19.50, or at one of the DAVIDsTeas boutiques.
7 Healing Herbal Teas
If you can boil water, you can brew herbal tea. Here's how:
- Bring 1 cup of water to a boil.
- Crush herb leaves and/or flowers, and place them in a dry teapot or use tea bags. To assure potency, use only herbs that are fragrant.
- Pour boiled water over the crushed herbs or tea bags. Let steep, covered, for the time indicated. (The average time is 10 minutes for a medicinal effect.)
- If using crushed herbs, place a strainer over the tea cup, and pour. Drink as needed, up to three times a day.
Now that you've got the basics, read on for the best brews that heal everything from an upset stomach to anxiety.
Soothes the tummy&mdashand the soul
A mild, relaxing tea with a delicate flavor, it contains oils that relax the smooth muscles in the stomach. Three cups daily will ease indigestion, irritable bowel problems, and colitis. Choose 100% pure chamomile flowers with a strong, fresh apple aroma. Use 1 tablespoon of flowers per cup of boiling water. Take for 2 months or more for chronic problems.
More from Prevention: How To Eat Your Way Happy
Reduces anxiety and restlessness
This citrus-fresh herb helps tame tension, nervousness, and a mild case of the blues. Relax with a cup before bedtime to help you feel sleepy. Choose fresh or dried leaves that have a strong lemony mint scent. Use 1 tablespoon of leaves per cup of boiling water, and drink as needed.
Eases you into restful sleep
The flower, vine, and leaves contain substances that have proven, gentle sedating qualities. Recommended by herbalists as a top treatment for insomnia, it's especially helpful when sleep is disturbed by anxiety. Use 1 teaspoon of dried herb per cup of boiling water.
Helps banish indigestion
Fresh or dried, mint tea is a super way to ease stubborn indigestion and gas and to quell nausea and vomiting. Do not use other mints, such as spearmint, because only true peppermint contains the digestive aid menthol. Use 1 tablespoon of mint leaves (or more, according to taste) per cup of boiling water. (Want a more chill remedy? Try this smoothie recipe for bloating and gas.)
Can ward off headaches
This fragrant spice-shelf herb not only perks up roasts and poultry, it can also ward off certain kinds of stress-induced headaches. Because rosemary helps keep blood vessels dilated, it can prevent headaches caused by vasoconstriction (when blood vessels narrow). Use 1 teaspoon of dried rosemary per cup of boiling water.
More from Prevention: 7 Weird Headache Triggers
Banishes night sweats
The same herb that seasons poultry stuffing can reduce or sometimes eliminate night sweats, which will help you relax and get a good night's sleep. Use 4 heaping tablespoons of dried sage in 1 cup of boiling water. Cover tightly, and steep for 4 hours or more. Strain, then drink. (See how acupuncture can also help ease night sweats.)
Reduces cough, bronchitis, sinus pressure
Sip savory thyme tea to help relax the bronchial spasms that trigger coughing due to colds or bronchitis. Use 2 teaspoons of dried thyme per cup of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, and drink three times a day.
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How to cure cold and cough in one day? Try these 5 simple home remedies
New Delhi| Jagran Lifestyle Desk: With the changing weather comes the risk of common cold and cough. However, during this coronavirus pandemic, we usually avoid visiting physician for normal chills in the body and trusting on home remedies at the initial stage is something that many people still believe. There are a number of home remedies that can cure cold and cough within a day and gives satisfactory relief. Adding to that, interesting thing about home remedies is that they come with zero side effects. Here we have made a list of 5 simple home remedies that can cure a cold and cough in just one day, check them out:
Ginger is something that is known to cure a cold and cough since ages and you can also have it by making a tea as it tastes good and can help you in drying running and dripping nose. Ginger has various benefits and among them is that it cures a common cold and fastens the speed of the recovery process of your body.
2. Homemade Lemon, Cinnamon and Honey Syrup
The syrup which has several health benefits and is the best thing that can cure your cold and cough within a day. By having a mixture of 1 tablespoon lemon, cinnamon and honey with lukewarm water can cure your cold and will refreshen your body.
3. Vitamin C
The research says that adding vitamin C in hot tea with honey reduces phlegm when you’re sick. Fruits like oranges, grapefruits, leafy greens are a good source of vitamin C. Intake of these fruits will fulfil the need of Vitamin C in your body and will help you fight with the cold and cough bacteria in your body.
4. Turmeric Milk
The one go-to thing in an Indian household is turmeric as anything just can't be made without it and apart from that turmeric has various health benefits and it has a strong antioxidant which helps in treating many health problems. Turmeric mixed with warm milk can help your body to fight with cold and cough and is known as the most effective way to fight with germs in your body.
5. Brandy with Honey
Brandy is the much-popular thing used in home remedies as it helps to keep the chest warm and it increases body's temperature and by mixing honey with brandy gives a sweet taste and help to cure a cold and cough in just one day.
What is the basic turmeric tea recipe?
This tea has invigorating properties you can drink it instead of coffee. During a cold or flu, it will be indispensable.
The easiest turmeric tea recipe:
- Glass of water
- 2 tablespoons of turmeric powder
- Boil some water and let it cool to 80°C (176°F). add turmeric powder and let it sit for a couple of minutes. Do not add turmeric to a boiling water, as this may reduce health boosting benefits of turmeric.
- Optionally you can add a teabag of black or green tea to the kettle and let it sit for 2-3 minutes before adding turmeric.
Here are 5 more turmeric tea recipes that are a great natural support for your immune system:
5. Fat Blocking Turmeric Tea
This easy tea recipe is packed with flavor and has an energizing, refreshing taste!
But more to it – the combination of ingredients is supporting your body in loosing the stubborn weight. this is due to the fact that ginger and turmeric are natural appetite suppressants and metabolism booster.
Image credit and recipe credit: www.spicesandgreens.com
4. Antioxidant Cinnamon Turmeric Tea
This easy to make turmeric tea is rich in antioxidants. It is perfect to boost the immune system due to the fact that turmeric is paired with cinnamon – another natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory remedy.
Image credit and recipe credit: myveganminimalist.com
3. Turmeric Matcha Green Tea for Weight Loss
This is one of our favorite turmeric drinks for weight loss. The delicate turmeric green tea flavor is enhanced by ginger & cinnamon.
2. Calming Chamomile Lemon Turmeric Tea
Chamomile, turmeric and lemon – the most powerful combination of ingredients to give your tired body and mind the soothing effect they need!
Chamomile tea is great for insomnia, anxiety and stress. Turmeric is famous for its antiviral, antioxidant, and antifungal properties.
Here is how to prepare the calming tea.
Step 1. Boil 1 cup of water and pour it over 1 teaspoon of dried chamomile flowers. (Alternatively, you can use 1 teabag of chamomile tea). Let it sit for 3-4 minutes.
Step 2. Add 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric powder and stir well. Squize 1-2 slices of lemon directly into the cup. If too sour, add a tiny portion of raw honey or maple syrup.
Recipe and photos: www.oilswelove.com
1. Turmeric Tea to fight Chronic Bronchitis
Tasty anti-inflammation turmeric tea is super easy to make and the ingredients are very healthy. It helps to boost immunity and fight chronic lung deseases, such as bronchitis.
In fact, curcumin – the main active ingredient of turmeric – is so strong, it can fight lung fibsosis, allergic asthma  and can inhibit lung cancer development .
- 1 teabag of black tea
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- a pinch of cloves
- a pinch of nutmeg
- several slices of ginger root (optional)
- a pinch of freshly ground black pepper
- turmeric (start with a teaspoon)
- 1-2 glasses of water
- honey or sugar to taste, 1 tsp.
- plant based milk (Icoconut or almond)
How to prepare the tea:
Boil water in a saucepan, put a teabag and leave for 2-3 min. Then pour your black tea into a blender, add spices and mix until smooth (increase the speed gradually), filter and add honey and milk.
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My top 10 Favourite Natural Cold and flu Remedies
Have you tried this one? Spoiler alert: it tastes bad, but it’s one of the most effective cold remedies I’ve ever tried. It’s a mix of horseradish, garlic, onions, ginger, cayenne and apple cider vinegar, all of which have extremely potent anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. This remedy is in tincture form, so it’s one of those natural cold remedies that you can keep in your pantry and it lasts a long time. It’s something you could use year round, but it may take some time for you to build a tolerance to the unpalatable taste!
Elderberries are the opposite of fire cider in the taste department, but they are no less effective at dampening colds and flu. They are packed with antioxidants, particularly Vitamin C, and studies show that elderberries can help shorten the duration of colds, and even help air travellers prevent and shorten the length of the common cold.
As a bonus, elderberry syrups are extremely tasty. Grab my favourite elderberry syrup recipe and enjoy!
Chaga and Reishi Mushrooms
Known as the king and queen of the mushroom world, chaga and reishi both help to boost and modulate the immune system, protect against colds and flu, and they have anti-cancer properties. Tougher whole mushrooms like chaga and reishi will need to be boiled or tinctured for consumption, but you can also find mushroom powders in natural health food stores or cook with other culinary mushrooms, like in my famous mushroom soup recipe.
Turmeric is a highly anti-inflammatory spice. It has anti-microbial properties and it can aid with respiratory conditions as well like bronchitis and coughs. There are many different ways you can consume turmeric in your diet, but when it comes to natural cold remedies I prefer these recipes:
- : One of the most popular recipes on my blog, which contains other anti-inflammatory spices. : This recipe combines turmeric with citrus and ginger for extra Vitamin C and immune-boosting power.
Bone Broth (or Vegetable Broth)
Rich in minerals and amino acids, research indicates that bone broth can act as a remedy for the common cold. It’s also warm, soothing and easy to digest if you have a scratchy throat or an upset stomach. If you’re vegetarian or vegan, you can instead load up your broth with immune-boosting veggies like garlic, onion, turmeric, ginger, mushrooms, goji berries and fresh or dried herbs.
Our digestive tract plays a large role in immunity, and probiotics and fermented foods help to support and strengthen our immune system. Research indicates that probiotics may help to prevent respiratory infections and a recent meta-analysis of 20 trials found that probiotics shorten the duration of colds in both children and adults.
While you can certainly add a high quality probiotic to your regime, fermented foods are a simple and effective way to consume a healthy dose of probiotic cultures. If you make them yourself, you’ll also save a lot of money! Some recipes to try:
For fermented foods that have a brine, don’t forget to save it to drink or use in other recipes. Sauerkraut juice was one of the first things we gave to our son to build his immunity and gut health.
Raw honey has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties and is a powerful antioxidant, helping to strengthen the immune system. The antiseptic properties of honey help to clean wounds, support the digestive tract and inhibit bacterial growth. It also promotes healing, reduces swelling and prevents infections.
Research on honey and the common cold shows that it can provide relief from cold symptoms, particularly coughing and mucus production. You can take a little bit of honey on its own, or mix it with one of the other cold remedies mentioned below.
Chopped Garlic + Honey
This is a tried-and-true remedy, and most of us probably have garlic on hand and honey in the pantry, so it’s simple to make. Garlic is fantastic for banishing symptoms of colds and flu, and for boosting the immune system. Mince or crush one large clove of garlic and down it with a spoonful of honey to help it go down easy. You can also try this trick with a bit of cinnamon too, which adds extra anti-inflammatory properties.
Ginger is another wonderful anti-inflammatory herb and as natural cold and flu remedies go, it has a lot to offer. It reduces nausea, alleviates pain from a sore throat, reduces cold symptoms, and stimulates the part of the immune system that produces anti-bodies, amping up your body’s natural defences. My ginger tea recipe is a favourite of mine during cold and flu season and if you’re feeling brave, you could add a bit of garlic to this one too!
Lemons, limes, oranges and citrus fruits are loaded with Vitamin C, a potent antioxidant that shortens the length of the common cold and boosts immunity. Our adrenal glands use up a ton of Vitamin C during times of stress – and illness is certainly a stressful situation in our bodies. You can juice citrus, eat whole oranges or grapefruit, or add slices to hot or cold water. And don’t forget to use the zest – there is a concentration of nutrients in the zest, too.
Here is one of my favourite warm elixir recipes to help me keep my immune system running optimally.
2. Use Vicks VapoRub
Rub Vicks VapoRub, or a generic substitute, and rub it unto your chest and back. Okay, first the disclaimer. Don&apost use this product for children under the age of two, and be sure to supervise children under six with it, because it can be poisonous if swallowed. Checking the Vicks website, though, I see that Vicks now has a product for babies called "Baby Rub," suitable for babies, that has the same effect.
That said, this is a great old-fashioned way to loosen up congestion, and sooth your sore throat. How does it work? Well, the active ingredients are menthol, camphor, and eucalyptus oil, all of which are natural ingredients that help to break up a cold. Camphor is also used for muscle ointments, and is responsible for the cooling and then heating effect of Vicks VapoRub.
5 Ancient Remedies That Strengthen Your Whole Body
Ancient civilizations did not have to worry about GMOs, pesticides and modern day illnesses. They did, however, suffer from the same immune-suppressing ailments that modern-day man suffers today. But without the use of pharmaceutical drugs at their disposal, they relied on the wisdom of generations past to support their health and wellbeing. Much of that healing wisdom has been buried under modern day medicine. Still, there are some powerful ancient remedies that have stood the test of time, which continue to heal today.
How did ancient civilizations strengthen immunity?
In ancient Greece, Hippocrates focused his medical practice on the natural approach for the treatment of diseases. To understand a person’s health, he looked at the patient’s mind — healthy mind, healthy body. He also emphasized a need for harmony between the individual, social and natural environment.
When it came to immune-boosting remedies, ancient people looked to their gardens for healing foods and herbs. You can do the same. Here are five ancient remedies used to strengthen the bodies.
Garlic may be a flavorful seasoning, but it dates back thousands of years as a traditional medicine to strengthen the immune system. In fact, according to Sophia Norbert in “Garlic Herbal Remedies – The Best Garlic Natural Cures for Health and Beauty” there are several records noting the medicinal use of garlic in ancient Chinese literature to strengthen their labor force.
Additionally, records show that ancient Egyptian slaves were given garlic to strengthen their stamina and immunity while building the pyramids. So it’s not surprising that garlic contains many important compounds, which supports a host of health benefits. One of the key compounds is allicin. Allicin is a sulfur compound that gives garlic the strong taste and smell when it’s crushed.
Benefits of garlic
Garlic is rich in antioxidants that help protect against free radicals that build up over time, suggests the University of Maryland Medical Center . Free radicals contribute to heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. According to a South African study , the effects of garlic are subtle. But, nevertheless, they should be considered as a dietary anti-inflammatory supplement that, over time, may lead to the reduced risk of certain types of cancers.
Garlic has natural antibacterial and antiviral properties. It helps fight germs that cause the common cold. But it’s best known for its antioxidant properties that help build the immune system and lessen the duration of a cold.
Garlic Tea Ingredients
- 1 cup of boiling water
- 2 cloves of garlic, crushed
- 1 tsp of fresh ginger root, minced
- 1 tsp of raw honey
- Juice of a lemon
- Add water to a saucepan and bring to a boil.
- Add the garlic and ginger to the boiling water, then reduce to a simmer.
- Simmer for 5 minutes.
- Remove garlic tea from the heat and allow it to steep for 10 minutes.
- Strain liquid into a cup, then add the raw honey and lemon juice.
Echinacea is one of the most popular traditional herbs in North America. Native Americans have used echinacea for hundreds of years. But evidence suggests that echinacea was also used by ancient cultures to treat infections and boost immunity.
Benefits of echinacea
Today, many people use echinacea to treat the common cold and reduce symptoms like sore throats, coughs and fever. After reviewing several studies , scientists from the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy found that echinacea shortens the duration of a cold and also reduces the odds of developing a cold — by 58 percent!
Research from Penn State Medical Center found that active substances in echinacea boost immunity, relieve pain and reduce inflammation. It’s also thought to have hormonal, antiviral and antioxidant properties.
Echinacea is most commonly consumed as a tea. Loose leaves are available from most health food stores.
Echinacea Tea Ingredients
- 1 cup boiling water
- 1/4 cup dried echinacea leaves, roots and flowers
- Honey to taste
- Add water to a saucepan and bring to a boil.
- Add dried echinacea to the water and reduce to a simmer.
- Simmer for about 15 minutes.
- Strain and add raw honey to taste.
Aloe vera is one of the oldest medicinal plants on record. According to history , ancient Chinese and Egyptians once used aloe vera to treat burns, wounds and reduce fever. Legend has it that Alexander the Great conquered the island of Socotra, off the coast of Africa, to secure supplies of aloe vera for his wounded soldiers. It’s also said that Cleopatra even used aloe vera in her daily skin regime.
Benefits of aloe vera
Most know that aloe vera has healing and softening properties when applied topically. But did you know that aloe vera also has digestive benefits as well? Aloe vera contains a host of vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and minerals that, when taken orally, promote nutrient absorption, good digestion and help strengthen the immune system!
Research published in the Journal of Environmental Science and Health suggests that aloe vera contains antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties that help cleanse the body of toxins and invading pathogens. Additionally, aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that can balance the immune system and reduce the effects of seasonal allergies, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory immune disorders.
When used topically, aloe vera does more that just treat buns. According to Dr. Josh Axe , aloe vera can also help speed wound healing, heal cold sores, soothe rashes and moisturize the hair and scalp. Simply cut a piece of aloe from the plant and rub into the affected area. Aloe vera is also available in gel, lotions and juices.
Mint is an ancient culinary delight used to promote digestive health. In ancient times, this backyard herb was used medicinally to treat stomach aches, chest pains and halitosis.
Benefits of mint
Today, mint has become a go-to herb that helps relieve indigestion and heartburn. But that not all. Mint’s refreshing nature and anti-inflammatory properties can cool the skin and help treat minor burns and skin irritations.
It’s also a great breath freshener, palate cleanser and helps promote digestion. Research suggests that mint may also soothe nausea and even motion sickness. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center mint is very effective in clearing up congestion and loosening phlegm.
You can certainly chew mint leaves, but one of the best ways to enjoy mint is in a steaming hot cup of tea.
Mint Tea Ingredients
- Tear the mint leaves into pieces.
- Place in a cup and muddle the leaves for a few seconds with the back of a wooden spoon.
- Pour hot (not boiling) water over the leaves.
- Allow tea to steep for 5 to 10 minutes, then enjoy.
Chamomile is probably one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. The Egyptians dedicated the chamomile to the sun, and worshiped it above all other herbs for its healing properties, according to the Herbal Encyclopedia . In fact, hieroglyphics show that chamomile was used cosmetically for at least 2,000 years. Apparently, Egyptian royalty used preparations of crushed petals on their skin. Greek physicians also prescribed chamomile for fevers and female disorders.
Benefits of chamomile
Traditionally, chamomile has been used for centuries as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, mild astringent and healing medicine, according to research published in the U.S Library of Medicine. It’s also used to treat several skin conditions including diaper rash, cracked nipples, wounds, ulcers, eczema, skin irritations, bruises, burns and canker sores.
When consumed in a tea, chamomile has anti-inflammatory and antiphlogistic properties. It also promotes anticancer activity , cardiovascular health and gastrointestinal conditions. But there’s no disputing that chamomile is also soothing to the senses and helps promote relaxation.
Traditionally, chamomile tea has been used to treat insomnia and to induce calming effects. It’s also widely regarded as a mild tranquilizer and sleep-inducer.
Chamomile Tea Ingredients
- Place dried chamomile flowers in a cup.
- Pour hot (not boiling) water over the leaves.
- Allow tea to steep for 5 minutes, then strain and enjoy. Careful not to over-steep, as this can result in a bitter cup of tea.
The bottom line
Today, pharmaceutical drugs are often over-hyped and have kept modern man away from natural ancient remedies. When ancient people needed to heal and strengthen their immune systems they looked to plants. Perhaps you too can incorporate a few of these ancient remedies into your life.
Ancient remedies work. They don’t use harsh chemicals, they’re inexpensive and usually do not produce any side effects. Unfortunately, you can’t say the same for pharmaceuticals.
Turmeric Detox Tea Infused With Cinnamon
Heard of turmeric tea? Turmeric is one of the best anti-inflammatory spice which is easily available in almost every kitchen. Turmeric latte and tea are some of the most hyped beverages these days. Today, we will use this staple ingredient to make a weight loss detox tea.
1. Organic turmeric powder
2. One-inch cinnamon stick (prefer using organic spices)
3. Honey or maple syrup (optional)
4. Freshly grounded black peppercorns
How To Make This Weight Loss Detox Tea
Take a saucepan, add water and bring it to boil. Now add organic turmeric powder to it. Seep one-inch cinnamon stick to it. Now add some freshly grounded black peppercorns and boil everything for some more time. Strain the tea and voila! your tea is ready to help you get rid of stubborn belly fat. You can also add organic raw honey and pure maple syrup.
Hot Tea Recipes Perfect for the Cold Weather
Tea is such a versatile drink. You can pair it with savory cuisines and delightful chocolate desserts. But the best part is, tea is an excellent source of comfort and warmth to keep you toasty during the cold months. Plus, a cup of tea should help you feel more relaxed, revitalized, and reenergized.
No need to stick to your basic tea recipe. Give these comforting and delicious hot tea recipes a try! Oh and did we say they’re infused with fall spices and fruit juices?
1. Autumn Spiced Apple Tea
It’s fall and there’s no better hot tea recipe than this autumn spice apple tea. A comforting hot tea combines cloves, apple juice, cinnamon sticks. You can also add some Pure Via sweetener.
This sweet blend of warm spices is a real fall treat!
2. Hot Spiced Orange Tea
Fall is a time to snuggle up and read a book while sipping a cup of delicious tea. This is one of the hot tea recipes I have in mind for those cuddle days!
Enjoy this delicious lemon-flavored tea. Made with ground cloves, ground cinnamon, and a kiss of orange-flavored Tang. It’s easy and ready in less than five minutes!
3. Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea
Caught the bug? Not feeling like the usual you? The cinnamon sore throat tea is a soothing tea that’s sure to help you get out of bed when you’re down with the sniffles.
Drink this tea whenever you feel sick and as the weather gets cooler. The ginger helps with nausea too!
4. Apple Cranberry Slow Cooker Tea
Apple and cranberries in a tea? Yes, please! Make this tea recipe fresh, fruity, and a little tangy.
And since it’s cooked in the slow cooker, you’ll can put everything in it then leave it. So you can come home to warm and cozy sweet apple cranberry tea.
5. Caramel Vanilla Chai Tea Latte
My two most favorite flavors in one cup? Yes, this is for real! Wake up to this warm and rich caramel vanilla Chai tea latte.
It’s the perfect blend of sweet, spicy, and a little hint of caffeine. Perfect to boost your energy and get you going for a productive day.
6. Warm Russian Tea
So this recipe doesn’t actually call for actual tea. But I want to share it with you because it’s a delicious and flavorful hot beverage as well. The Russian tea is actually a mix of lemon and orange juice.
Adding warm notes of almond and vanilla, this hot drink will add flavor to your day!
7. Hot Raspberry Tea
Raspberry gives a sweet note, a pleasant aroma, and a delightful flavor to a classic green tea recipe. This hot raspberry tea is a lovely sip in the colder months and every time you need a good source of vitamin C.
8. Red Hot Cinnamon Candy Tea
While Valentine’s Day is far away, there’s no reason why you can’t get romantic with hot tea recipes like this. Warm your soul with black tea infused with all the goodness of red hot cinnamon candies. It’s the perfect snuggle up tea recipe when you’re cozying up with your loved one.
9. Rose Milk Tea
Does it taste as good as it looks? You betcha! Try this dreamy rose milk tea for a fancy afternoon tea experience.
Don’t forget to pair this with some lemon cakes or custard tarts for an ultimate treat.
10. Pomegranate Tea
You only need three simple ingredients (pomegranate, sugar, water) to whip up this tasty tea. It’s sweet and packed with antioxidants essential to our bodies. If you have a bunch of pomegranates in your pantry, then you must try simple tea recipes like this!
11. Ginger Pineapple Tea
If you’re not fond of ginger but want to enjoy its health benefits, then this is the recipe for you. Mixing pineapple with fresh ginger will definitely mask the pungent and spicy taste. Hence, you can now enjoy a zesty and refreshing hot drink that can also soothe an upset tummy any day!
12. Hot Cranberry Tea
This hot cranberry tea is sweet and tasty enough to serve at parties and simple get-togethers. If you’re not into cocktails and other alcoholic drinks, then this tea is what you need. In fact, every tea party should have this on the menu!
13. London Fog Hot Tea
The fall season may not be as blistering cold as winter. But the drop in temperature can be cold for some people. To keep you warm, gather some oats, a cup of water, sweetener, vanilla extract, and Earl Grey Tea.
Then blend them together and end your cravings for a rich, creamy, and comforting tea.
14. Hot Coconut Herbal Tea
Nothing gets healthier than this hot tea recipe I have for you here. Indulge in this vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free beverage. Otherwise called the hot coconut herbal tea.
It’s very easy to make too!
15. Chamomile Tea Latte
Chamomile tea is famous for its distinct calming effects and noteworthy health benefits. But if you don’t enjoy pure chamomile tea, you can always try a chamomile tea latte recipe. Nothing makes me feel calm before going to bed at night like how a chamomile tea would.
16. Lemon Ginger Tea
Simplicity doesn’t stop lemon ginger tea recipes from spreading relaxing and satisfying vibes. It’s simple but flavorful! Who would’ve thought that lemon and ginger are a perfect match?
17. Fresh Mint Tea
Are you looking for a cup of tea that can relieve the stress? Keep it simple with this fresh mint tea recipe. So get a cup of hot water, add a handful of mint leaves, let it steep, sweeten, and enjoy!
This fresh mint tea is also an effective pick-me-up drink!
18. Ginger Turmeric Root Tea
Witness the healing powers of turmeric. Try a cup of amazing ginger turmeric root tea. It’s a soothing and warming beverage from your throat down to your tummy.
So the next time you’re not feeling well, you know which recipe to turn to!
19. Fruit Spice Tea
What happens when orange, pineapple, and pomegranate juice come together? An easy peasy and festive hot tea recipe. The color may put you off, but the taste will keep you wanting more.
This cup of tea is also packed with vitamins and minerals. From Vitamin C, iron, calcium, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin K, to so much more.
Watch this video from Goodful for more calming and healthy hot tea recipes:
Thank you for reading until the end! I hope you love these hot tea recipes and are already looking forward to trying them. These are ideal during chilly days and evenings.
A cup of tea is a great means of relaxing after a long and tiring day. So from one tea lover to another, I do hope you find your cup of tea here…if you know what I mean!
What do you think of these hot tea recipes? Which recipes are you planning to try? Share your thoughts with me in the comments section below.
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published on January 11, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
Tried and True Storage
Have you noticed I use an awful lot of mason jars? There’s a reason why Mr. John Mason’s jars have been a popular storage favorite for over a century! I love them not just for serving green smoothies, but for storing this healthful home remedy for cough recipe. These days you can find them anywhere from antique shops to grocery stores. I often buy mine at a local feed supply store.
Please let me know in the comments below if you’ve tried this natural remedies for cough recipe for ginger lemon honey tea, or any of the other home remedies for sore throats (and a whole host of other ailments!) I’ve created. I’d love to know how they work for your family.