Cold and Flu Season Hits Its Peak This Month, so be prepared! My little girl, last week, was off from school. She had come down with the dreaded flu, poor little Lovins 🙁 Breaks my heart!!! Below is a recipe on How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar Tea For Cold And Flu.
So I took care of her and now she is feeling SO much better. But she was down for a FULL 7 days from this flu! She thought she was getting better than she got sick again. It was a very weird flu.
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Apple Cider Vinegar Tea For Cold And Flu
My son started feeling sick on Friday so I had him stay home from school. He ended up feeling better the next day, so it was only my little girl who got this flu, so far. I hope it stays away now! No one likes to throw up 🙁
Now that my household is feeling a bit better, I pray no colds to come our way! As the cold and flu season hits its peak this month, we are trying everything we can to stay healthy!
How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar Tea For Cold And Flu
I am now getting a cold. I felt it creeping up on me Monday night. I have been taking Echinacea, Vitamin C, and I have been diffusing my essential oils to help get those germs out of the air! I like to diffuse Thieves and Lemon together, smells so good!
I have also been drinking every morning for the past three days, a homemade tea that is supposed to strengthen your immune system and help detox your body. It is a spicy, lemon tea and tastes really good even though it has ACV in it too (apple cider vinegar).
How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar Tea For Cold And Flu:
This homemade tea helps to detox your body and rid it of toxins. It also helps with the cold and flu by eliminating your symptoms quickly. I love this tea!
12 ounces of water
2 spoonfuls or TBS of Lemon Juice
1 (or two) TBS of raw honey
1 TSP of ground cinnamon
1 tiny dash of Cayenne pepper
2 TBS of Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)
Boil the water and add to a cup
Add all ingredients and stir well
Add a slice of lemon to the water and drink up!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 4 minutes
How are you fairing this cold and flu season? Have you had it yet?