Sore Throat Tea

sore throat tea

Here is my “Sore Throat Tea” recipe.  It is now in the fridge and waiting for its need. My cousin shared this with me a few years back and I have to admit that it really does work.   At least it did for me each time I needed it.


In a jar, combine lemon slices, (depending on size of jar you may use one or two lemons)  fresh local honey  to cover lemons and fill jar, and sliced ginger ( approx. 1/4 cup per lemon used).

Close jar and put it in the fridge, it will form into a “jelly”.

To serve: Spoon 1-2 tablespoons of the jelly into a coffee mug and pour boiling water over it.

Store in fridge 2-3 months.

It’s just that simple.  I use it every year and it works great.

You may also like to check out my “Home Cough Remedy” while you’re at it.  It’s also very simple and works great.



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7 Comments on Sore Throat Tea

  1. How much jelly per mug?

  2. How much lemon and how much ginger approximately do you put in the jar? a whole lemon? a piece of fresh ginger as big as a thumb? appreciate the info and definitely want to try this! thanks so much

  3. Does it typically take a long time for it to turn into a jelly? I made this and it’s super liquidy. It’s been in my fridge about 3 days.

  4. How much honey?

  5. Thank you for listing your ingredients and amounts!!
    This is the 7th website that has this “recipe” and NONE of the others had even approximately what the ratios would be.
    Thanks, again!!

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