Tea for high temperature,colds, snuff and sinus inflammation (Home Remedys).

Tea for high temperature,colds, snuff and sinus inflammation (Home Remedys).

This DIY sinus remedy is concentrated and will help clear out nasal passages as well as offer anti-inflammatory benefits. The apple cider vinegar might be irritating if your throat is sore, so start with less and add more. The honey is there to cut the acid and help soothe. The cayenne is ultra spicy and will make your nose run. Add more if the smaller amount doesn’t have the desired effect.

Tea against high temperature:

Tea against high temperature - sambucus

Elder (Sambucus nigra) 40g
Littleleaf linden (Tilia cordata) 30g
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) 30g

Mix all plants together and pour 3 tablespoons of mixture into half a liter of boiled water, mix, cover and leave for 10 minutes, rinse, sweeten with honey and drink as warmly as possible.

Tea against colds, snuff and sinus inflammation:

Tea against cold, snuff and sinus inflammation - ocimum basilicum

Basil (Ocymum bassilicum) 40g
Winter savory (Satureja montana) 30g
Mint (Mentha piperita) 30g
 
Mix all plants together and pour 3 tablespoons of mixture into half a liter of boiled water, mix, cover and leave for 20 minutes, process, sweeten with honey and drink during the day.

Natural tonics and teas made with ginger, lemon, apple cider vinegar and cayenne pepper really help clear out nasal passages and provide relief. Cayenne is especially helpful. You know how your nose runs when you eat spicy food? Precisely. That’s the desired effect. The other ingredients help boost the immune system and provide anti-inflammatory benefits as well.

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