You can make this syrup to make a special tea to relieve a sore throat . It is excellent because it also serves to strengthen the immune system before the times when viruses do their thing in the respiratory tract approach. You can store it in the fridge where it stays in excellent condition for months when refrigerated.

How to make a special tea for a sore throat

To prepare a special tea for a sore throat, nothing like ginger. It is a great herb for colds, coughs, and congestion. If you are frequent with allergies and nose, then ginger will be your savior.

Ginger: the special ingredient to prepare any tea

You must have heard your grandmother or mother recommend that you drink ginger when you get sick or catch a cold and cough. Ginger is one of the most powerful natural superfoods that not only helps relieve a sore throat, nose, body and headache, common in colds and flu, but a whole series of important ailments such as stomach upset, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, bloating, and cold sweats.

Today’s changing weather coupled with increased dust and pollution takes a toll on our health, especially if someone is prone to dust allergies or suffers from a constant sore throat.

If you are someone like that, including ginger, along with other foods that along with this powerful root make a natural high-potency medicinal bomb, can instantly relieve your sore throat.

Syrup with ginger, lemon and honey to prepare a tea for colds and flu

You can make an easy syrup with ginger and the following ingredients for added benefits. This can be consumed in a cup of hot water that will form a delicious and medicinal tea that you can consume once or twice a day, depending on the intensity of your pain.

A cup of strong ginger tea in the morning can be an effective solution for those who suffer from constant headaches and sore throats .

Let’s see below some of the properties that make up this syrup that will help you prepare a special tea for your sore throat and other discomfort in your respiratory tract.

Lemon: High in vitamin C, which keeps the immune system strong and neutralizes free radicals in the body. This reduces inflammation and swelling.

Ginger: In addition to what we already mentioned above, ginger helps sweat out toxins in your body, which is useful when you have a cold or flu.

Honey: Relieves a sore throat, making it an effective and natural cough suppressant. This improves the body’s ability to fight infection and reduces the risk of fevers.

The natural sweetness of honey also balances the acidity of the lemon and spices of the ginger, giving honey, lemon and ginger tea its mild flavor.


  • Glass container with lid
  • 1 lemon sliced
  • Pure bee honey
  • Sliced ​​ginger
  • Boiling water


In a glass bowl, combine the lemon wedges, honey, and the sliced ​​ginger. Close the container and place it in the refrigerator, (a “jelly” is formed). To serve: a teaspoon in a cup and pour boiling water over it. Store in a refrigerator for 2-3 months.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses. He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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