Experience Instant Relief with Ginger Tea: The Ultimate Home Remedy for Colds, Coughs, and Sore Throats in Just 2 Minutes!

Relieves Cough
Reduced inflammation in the respiratory system, made easier by ginger's anti-inflammatory characteristics, makes coughing less painful and facilitates mucus expulsion. If you suffer from irritation that causes you to cough, you may find that ginger's calming qualities help.


Fortifies Defenses
Antioxidants found in abundance in ginger help the body fight off illness. Consumption on a regular basis may improve your body's immune system, which in turn reduces the severity and frequency of colds.

Turmeric: An Ideal Collaborator
Turmeric, when added to ginger tea, enhances its medicinal properties. Because of turmeric's strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, this tea may help alleviate the symptoms of the common cold and flu even more effectively than before. On top of imparting a comforting, earthy taste to the tea, it gives it a gorgeous golden hue.

Tea with Turmeric and Ginger: The Recipe
Homemade turmeric ginger tea is quick and simple to make. For your convenience, I have included a basic recipe:


What you need:

1 teaspoon ground ginger or a 1-inch piece of fresh ginger, grated or sliced

Use half a teaspoon of turmeric powder or thinly slice a tiny piece of fresh turmeric.

2 quarts of aqua

If desired, add honey and lemon juice.


Heat a saucepan of water until it boils.

When the water is boiling, add the turmeric and ginger.

Turn the heat down to low and simmer for ten minutes.

Get a cup of tea by straining it.

For added taste and extra calming effects, you may add honey and lemon if you want.

While You Sip Your Tea
Whenever you feel the beginnings of a cold, cough, or sore throat coming on, sip a cup of this fragrant, warm tea many times during the day. It doesn't take long for the soothing effects of ginger and turmeric to kick in, making you feel better in no time.