These Are The Drinks Doctors Called The Best Drinks For Coughs and Colds

These Are The Drinks Doctors Called The Best Drinks For Coughs and Colds

October 13, 2018

These warming drinks will delight you with its taste and will help prevent colds

Hot drinks with vitamin supplements are ideal for chilly weather, writes the Chronicle.info with reference for Today.

They help to restore forces and to strengthen a weakened immune system. Another nice thing: cocktails, prepared according to our recipes, you can drink without worrying about the diet – they are low calorie and will not harm the figure.

Match latte

Japanese matcha tea gives energy and helps in weight loss. Important in the preparation of this drink – not to fill in the match boiling liquid.

Ingredients:

1 teaspoon of powder Mystik Matcha 1/4 cups boiling water 3/4 Cup hot milk honey or sugar:

Boil water and allow to cool slightly. Mix 1 teaspoon of matcha powder in the water. Heat the milk and connect with the welding. Add honey or sugar to taste.

Mint tea

Hot mint tea has antibacterial properties and is therefore particularly useful for sore throat.

Ingredients:

4-5 leaves mint 1 glass capatilized preparation:

Fold the washed mint leaves in a Cup and pour boiling water.Cover with a saucer and let it steep for 5-10 minutes.

Add a little honey or agave nectar for sweetness.

Sea buckthorn drink

This drink is an excellent immunostimulirutuyu agent and is indicated for colds and SARS.

Ingredients:

2-3 tbsp berries sea buckthorn 2 teaspoon metabolically preparation:

Mash a Cup of sea buckthorn berries, pour boiling water, stir, cover with a saucer, let stand 5-10 minutes.Strain through a sieve and pour boiling water.In the resulting drink add honey and lemon wedge.

Hot tea punch

Of all alcoholic drinks hot toddy is one of the most useful.

Ingredients: 45 ml cognac, Scotch or bourbon 200 boiling water 3 ml/4 tbsp honey 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 starlet anise, cinnamon stick and 3-5 buds carnations 1-2 thin slices of lemon for ukrainianized preparation:

In a heatproof glass, stir the Bourbon, hot water, honey, lemon juice and spices.Garnish with lemon slices and serve.

Hot chocolate sugar-free

Dark chocolate – an excellent source of antioxidants and minerals.

Ingredients:

4 cups unsweetened almond or cow’s milk 2 cinnamon sticks, broken in half 1/4 Cup unsweetened cocoa powder 60 dark chocolate with a cocoa content of at least 70%, finely narasannapeta preparation:

Pour into a saucepan milk, add cinnamon sticks and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove cinnamon sticks and strain the milk. Add cocoa powder and chopped chocolate, stir vigorously until the mixture is smooth. Pour into mugs and garnish with cinnamon sticks.

Tip: if you want to sweeten the drink, add a natural sweetener: honey, maple syrup, stevia or agave nectar.

 

 



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