Give This Sore Throat Tea Hack a Try This Winter
If you or the kiddos are prone to soar throats, this tea hack might help.
Fall is officially upon us. As the leaves begin to change colors, the weather will get even cooler than it is now. With that, you might develop a cold or sore throat. Sure, you can take some over-the-counter medication. However, no one likes the taste of cold and sore throat medicine. Everyone makes that "disgusted" face after they take it...even adults. While kids usually put up a fight over it, these medications are one of the best remedies. That being said, there is another option that you can make yourself which will taste much better, and more importantly, might even do the trick.
Winter Sore Throat Tea
I noticed a lot of my friends share a post that has recently gone viral on Facebook over the past few days. The post shows you how to make a tea that works great on sore throats and chest colds. The Facebook page Sparkles to Sprinkles says that you will want to make sure you have these ingredients on hand because you will want to store it in the fridge for two to three months, which should give you plenty of time to get it ready for the cold winter months. You can see how to make this tea below.
Other Home Remedies This Cold Season
This isn't the only home remedy that we have discovered over the years for cold/flu season. You can learn how to clear out clogged sinuses and nostrils in a matter of seconds by clicking here. Oh, and if tea isn't really your thing, there are a couple of other home remedies for adults that you might want to try. One is called Grandma's Cold Medicine, and it is a peppermint puff and whiskey cold medicine. You can find out how to make it by clicking here. The other one is a bourbon cough syrup which can be found by clicking here.