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Mar 18th, '17, 17:51
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Re: Sore throat tea

by debunix » Mar 18th, '17, 17:51

bagua7 wrote: 1 white pear sliced, 3-4 slices of ginger, 1 large dried tangerine/orange peel. Boil it all up in 2 cups of water for about 15-20 min. Sip drink immediately after.
Pear and ginger is a delicious flavor combo I turn to often. This sounds delicious, sore throat or not.

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Re: Sore throat tea

by bagua7 » Mar 24th, '17, 22:44

No worries. Enjoy! :)

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Re: Sore throat tea

by Teasenz » Mar 27th, '17, 02:16

Typically in Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, citrus fruits aren't good for when you've sore throat. I know it contains lots and lots of vitamins, but it's 'hot' nature of citrus fruits that doesn't help against sore throats. It's better to drink things that are a bit more calming such as Chrysanthemum flower tea or honeysuckle tea. Green tea, sheng pu erhs are pretty good to.

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Re: Sore throat tea

by LooseLeafTeaMarket01 » Apr 21st, '17, 17:08

Sage, Agrimony, Lemongrass, Thyme and Spearmint. That works really well at removing excess mucus in the throat.

You can also gargle with salt water, and then put a few drops of Black Seed Oil or Oil Of Oregano in a glass of warm water and gargle with it. Be sure to spit it out.

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