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Mom's Miracle Tea Stops Runny Noses

Updated on November 3, 2017
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Sandy J Duncan is a Neurofeedback Specialist and completing her Doctorate in Natural Medicine. She empowers readers with natural solutions!

Natural Remedies Really Do Work!

We were loving all the quality family time we had while the oldest two were home from college. When my husband came down with a terrible cold I decided I wasn't going down. I scan the internet for the perfect remedy and in desperation decide to try them all! Who has time to be sick during the holidays. So I take all the remedies and put them into one tea and it actually worked. I hadn't been able to stop the faucet that was my nose for 3 days straight and within 20 minutes of drinking this tea, it just stopped. It was like a miracle.

What came as an even bigger surprise was after I realized it worked for me, I made another cup and gave it to my son who was coughing and had a low-grade fever. He's like Mikey from the old commercials, "Mikey won't eat it, he hates everything." He drank it all and said, "It doesn't even taste terrible, it's nice and sweet". He slept through the night and I didn't hear any coughing.

Stops Runny Nose Fast

Recipe for Mom's Miracle Tea

1 cup of water

1/4 - 1/2 tsp ginger (jar or fresh but not powdered)

1/4 tsp garlic (crushed works best)

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1 - 2 tsp honey (to taste)

1 Tbsp Lemon Juice

1 tea bag for flavoring (I used Caffeine Free Orange spice)

Put all the ingredients into a small pan and boil for 2 minutes. Set the pan off the burner and let it steep for another 5 minutes. Then add the tea bag and let it steep for a couple of minutes. The garlic and ginger settle to the bottom but you can strain it out before drinking it. You will be forever grateful to me for this. My previous go to for colds was to make a Hotty Toddy. This recipe called for lemon, honey, water and a shot of whiskey for sore throats or colds. Please don't judge me, after all they are smoking marijuana now in Colorado. So it seems okay if I add a little moonshine to my cold remedies.


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Where Can You Study Natural Medicine

So how does one become an expert in this growing field? It depends on whether you would like to gain the knowledge for your own benefit or will need the actual degree to become a professional. Here’s a list to point you towards some course offerings:

Integrative Nutrition Online Courses

American College of Healthcare Sciences

Everglades University offers online and on campus courses

NaturalHealers.com is a site that explores all kinds of options for degrees in this specialty

What do you do when you get the sniffles or a horrible cold?

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© 2014 Sandy J Duncan

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      Layla 

      2 years ago

      No judgement here.. But you can't compare alcohol to marijuana.. People have died by of over doses of alcohol.. No body has or will die of smoking too much marijuana..

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      Sandy J Duncan 

      2 years ago from Kansas City, Kansas

      I'm a big fan of Vodka but doesn't work in tea! Thanks for sharing.

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      Dottie 

      2 years ago

      How DARE you use moonshine??? I use bourbon and it does the trick

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      Theresa 

      2 years ago

      No judgement here, alcohol in your drink when fighting a cold hlpes you sleep. ;) thanks for the tea.

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      lexi p. 

      2 years ago

      Thank you soooo much for posting this tea. My husband and 3 year old daughter had terrible colds and my poor babies were miserable. I came across your tea after 2 sleepless nights with my toddler and boy am I glad I did. I made the tea about 30 minutes before bed and she drank it without a problem. I noticed immediately that her coughing improved (instead of long painful hacking she would just cough once) and for the first time in 2 nights she was able to sleep all night!!

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