Warm drinks for winter

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.

warming drinks

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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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