Ginger Tea for Colds and Flu

At the first onset of cold and flu, I love to enjoy a steaming mug of ginger tea. Here is a great recipe adapted from Stephen Buhner. You will want to make a generous amount of the ginger juice so you have enough to last for a few days. Enjoy! For one mug of tea: 1-2 Tablespoons fresh ginger juice 1/8 tsp cayenne 1-3 tsp honey juice of 1/4 lemon or lime 6-8 oz of hot water Juice about half a pound of fresh ginger root (dry ginger does not work for this recipe). Half a pound of ginger root yields about 12 Tablespoons of ginger juice. Use 1-2 Tablespoons of ginger juice per mug of tea. Drink 2-6 mugs of tea per day. Store the remainder of the juice in the fridge. If you don't use it all up in

Treating Colds and Flu Naturally

My first go to for the acute onset of any cold or flu is homeopathy. Homeopathy is a simple, safe and effective way to treat most common acute ailments. I recommend everyone invest in a basic homeopathic first aid kit. When its 2am and you or your loved one is in the midst of an acute illness, you will be glad you have your kit on hand. Early on it may not be possible to distinguish between a cold or flu. In that case, base the choice of remedies on your symptoms. Most of the following are from the Banerji Protocols and work quickly and effectively when you nip the symptoms in the bud at the first sign of onset. Onset of generalized cough and cold, often with fever - Aconite 200 with Bryoni

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