With the end of the summer the temperatures drop and so the first ailments arrive. We can cure colds with natural remedies such as hot herbal teas rich in beneficial properties for our body and tea against colds is really one of the best remedies we can enrich with the addition of healing herbs and spices.

Herbal tea is also useful for preventing seasonal ailments and in some cases strengthening our immune system. Let's see how and how effective tea can be against colds by taking various herbal teas for example.

8 types of tea against colds

Ginger tea

This cold tea is made with black tea, two cloves and freshly grated ginger. All these ingredients must be placed in half a liter of water that must reach boiling point, it would be better to let it simmer for at least ten minutes. As soon as it is warm, you can drink it after having filtered it. You can also add lemon juice.

Cinnamon cold tea

Cinnamon is an excellent remedy for sore throats and congestion. After brewing the tea, add a pinch of cinnamon powder and two teaspoons of honey. In addition to the benefits of cinnamon you will also enjoy the relaxing scent that will release.

Lemon balm tea

Lemon balm has emollient and calming properties, perfect when there is congestion in the respiratory tract and is really perfect for strengthening the immune system.

Lemon balm and tea against colds

Lemon balm is a panacea for colds with the presence of a few tenths of fever, in fact, this plant stimulates sweating and eliminates toxins. In a cup of boiling water you can infuse a green tea bag and a tablespoon of dried lemon balm for 5 minutes.

Dog rose tea

This plant is rich in vitamin C, so this cold tea is ideal and can also be enriched with lemon juice, to relieve infections, and a teaspoon of honey.

Tea with lime

This anti-cold tea is really tasty, just prepare a cup of your favorite tea and sweeten it with a tablespoon of linden honey that has anti-inflammatory properties, so it is also excellent in cases of sore throat.

Eucalyptus, sage and tea against the flu

Eucalyptus is excellent for clearing the respiratory tract and can be easily combined with other plants such as sage. Just a teaspoon of dried sage in a cup of hot water, add a tea bag and leave to infuse for 8-10 minutes, strain and sip. However, this tea is not recommended in case of hypertension.

Lemon, honey and cold tea

Black tea, lemon juice and a teaspoon of honey are good for colds and pharyngitis.

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