December 11, 2017, 21:53
In order to warm up after returning home on a frosty day, please yourself and at the same time not catch a cold (or hit on a cold that starts), let’s try one of the delicious hot recipes.
1. Linden tea with raspberries.
Brew tea from dried lime blossom, add dried raspberries, raspberry leaves or jam, let it brew in a thermos. Linden and raspberries are great antipyretics and diaphoretics.
2. Tea with ginger, lemon and honey.
Grate the root of ginger, add the juice squeezed from the lemon and honey, pour boiling water over it and insist. To enhance the therapeutic effect, you can add other spices: cinnamon, turmeric, cloves.
3. Non-alcoholic mulled wine.
Pour water into a saucepan, add spices (cloves, cinnamon, cardamom), bring to a boil. Then we add honey or sugar, and at the end we pour in the juice — grape, cherry, apple, pomegranate (or you can mix a few).
4. Tea with pepper.
Brew regular black tea, add a pinch of black pepper, insist. Drink two or three times a day and certainly at night.
5. Warming lemonade.
In hot water (about 70 degrees), add lemon juice, raspberry syrup and a spoonful of honey. Stir and serve in a tall glass with a lemon wedge. Great remedy for immunity!
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