I hate having a cold. There’s just something about coughing and sneezing and blowing my nose that feels so bad. So when my friend told me 5 years ago that there was a mixture that works better than any cold remedy, I agreed to try it.
It’s important to take it immediately upon noticing any symptoms. One day I woke up with swollen glands and followed directions. About an hour later, I began sneezing and was congested. I had no doubt about it — this was the beginning of a nasty cold. I took it again as prescribed, six hours after the first dose, and then again six hours later.
By the time I went to bed that night, I had no symptoms. They came early in the morning and were gone by bedtime.
This is the basis of a very flexible recipe. You can add chile powder for sinus issues and to boost the cold and flu fighting power or garlic for more benefits.
Add turmeric to your meals or to ginger tea. Turmeric’s (here) anti-bacterial agents may help our body fight against colds, cough and flu. Turmeric’s key ingredient Curcumin is known for its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which can help in healing cuts and wounds.
Mix all ingredients together
Heat enough water for a couple of cups of tea
Add half of mixture to tea strainer, steep in hot water for 4 – 6 minutes
Remove strainer with ginger pulp, or let steep for another 5 minutes then remove
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