Not tea tea drink in winter
Replace regular tea and coffee is really healthy and delicious drinks – the best thing to do in the winter. Brew, pour into thermoses, drink and forget about the cold!
Beautiful fruit with an unusual name appears on the market with the onset of cold weather. But what to do with it – not everyone knows. Especially advanced grind, mix with honey and eat for the prevention of diseases of the thyroid gland or simply to enhance the immune system. But it is more reminiscent of the cure. But find feijoa and can be more delicious use. Not
less useful. Cook, for instance, tea. The feijoa fruit contain high amount of vitamin C (the more Mature the fruit, the it is more). And the iodine content of fruits can easily compete with even seafood. Tea slice the ripe fruit (one Cup – 2-3 fruit), cut the hard part, and grind in a blender. Add 150 ml fresh orange juice and whisk again. Bring to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Strain into a Cup and add to taste honey or sugar.
Guelder rose tea with Melissa
The lower the temperature, the more needed vitamins. And tasty vitamin teas. Snowball did not particularly surprise, and about the benefits it knows absolutely everyone. But from the fruit can be prepared not only “medicinal” drink, but also a great alternative to the morning tea and coffee. If in the winter you are going to cook this tea regularly, it is better to make the harvesting of cranberries and store in the refrigerator. Just mash with a wooden spoon the fruit with the sugar, place in a jar and send in a cool place. Well, then just “collect” drink: put dried lemon balm leaves into the teapot, add 3-4 tablespoons grated viburnum with sugar, boiling water and allow to infuse. Strain and add lemon and honey!
Ginger syrup with cinnamon
Ginger tea can buy ready-made, fresh root, shredded and steamed with boiling water. Well, you can cook a concentrated syrup and the need to simply dilute with hot water. RUB on a small grater a few roots of ginger (no need to peel, just wash). Cover with water, add a few cinnamon sticks, clove buds and, if you like, star anise. Add a little more sugar, bring to boil and cook over medium heat until the syrup thickens. Strain, add lemon juice and use as directed – dilute with boiling water, or eat the morning of a teaspoon as an immunomodulator.