tea time! :: photo by twomeows (Flickr)  ||  clear tea cup | floating yellow flower

tea time! :: photo by twomeows (Flickr) || clear tea cup | floating yellow flower

Try chamomile tea to ease digestion after meals.  Read more: http://www.motherearthliving.com/gardening/healing-herbs-and-plants-zm0z12fmzdeb.aspx#ixzz3IDeBQ2Oy

Try chamomile tea to ease digestion after meals. Read more: http://www.motherearthliving.com/gardening/healing-herbs-and-plants-zm0z12fmzdeb.aspx#ixzz3IDeBQ2Oy

Juice a pound of fresh ginger. Keep bottled and in the refrigerator. If everyone around is getting sick or you feel that first onset of illness, stir together 3 fluid ounces of the juice, 1 tablespoon of honey, a sprinkle of cayenne, the juice of a quarter of a lime, and 6 fluid ounces of hot water. Drink this blend as a hot tea three to six times per day. This tea helps to stop an infection’s progression or heal it altogether. It’s pretty good for opening up the sinuses as well.

13 Amazing Health Benefits Of Ginger Tea (Adrak Ki Chai)

Juice a pound of fresh ginger. Keep bottled and in the refrigerator. If everyone around is getting sick or you feel that first onset of illness, stir together 3 fluid ounces of the juice, 1 tablespoon of honey, a sprinkle of cayenne, the juice of a quarter of a lime, and 6 fluid ounces of hot water. Drink this blend as a hot tea three to six times per day. This tea helps to stop an infection’s progression or heal it altogether. It’s pretty good for opening up the sinuses as well.

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