The Best Herbal Cold and Flu Remedy: Ginger Oregano Honey Tea

Have you ever heard about the benefits of this tea made of oregano and ginger?

This tea is rich in nutrients and will surprise you with its many benefits to your health.

Rich in nutrients such as omega-3, vitamins A, C and E, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron, calcium, copper, and manganese, this tea is an amazing addition to your self-care routine.

Do you want to know more about it?

Learn about the benefits that this tea has to offer to your health:

Fights nausea
Fights colds
Helps with weight loss
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
Improves cardiovascular health

Do you want to learn how to make the tea and get all of these benefits?

Learn it now:

1 tablespoon dried oregano;
1 coffee spoon fresh grated ginger;
17 oz. water;
Honey to taste (optional, exclude if you suffer from diabetes);


In a pan, combine the water, oregano, and ginger. Cover the pan with a lid and let it boil for 5 minutes.

After that, turn off the heat and let the infusion cool down for 10 minutes. Strain, sweeten with honey and drink.

You can drink this tea three times a day. If you wish, you can double the recipe to drink it throughout the day.

However, do not drink it for more than 15 days in a row. After this period, give it a 7-days pause, and then drink the tea again.

It is important to remember that pregnant women and people who suffer from blood pressure issues must avoid this tea.

If you try it, share your opinions with us in the comments.



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