Cold and flu aren’t just unpleasant, they’re potentially dangerous to your life.
If not treated on time, colds and coughs, even though minor conditions, can develop into a significantly irritating and dangerous especially for pregnant women, people taking immunosuppressive agents and patients with serious medical conditions.
The remedy that you’ll find in the below recipe doesn’t taste that great.
In fact, it is awful.
But I think you need to give it a try.
Just do it without thinking. You’ll be amazed by how quickly it will work.
As soon as you drink it, you’ll start feeling bad, then better within a couple of hours.
In fact, you’ll feel good in as little as a day.
And in about 48 hours, you’ll feel like yourself again.
The best thing is that you just need 3 simple ingredients: onion, some honey, and a nice lemon juice.
Below I decrypt the recipe for you.
- 1 red onion – Organic if at all possible.
- Organic lemon – Squeeze it, please.
- 2 tablespoons of the nicest organic honey.
- 2 cups of water. Bottle water is better than tap water.
Instructions for the cold and flu recipe
- Bring the water to a boil, cut the onion into small pieces and add to the mix.
- Simmer for 15 minutes, remove from heat and let it sit for another 10 minutes.
- Strain the mixture and add honey.
- Stir well and add lemon juice just before serving.
- Drink three times a day until you’re healed.
Cold is a virus called influenza virus, meaning that antibiotics are not effective in treating it.
Fortunately, honey has antiviral properties that can boost your body’s ability to fight it on its own. Also, it coats your throat to ease coughing and soothe sore mucous tissue.
Lemon juice is full of vitamin C, which boosts your immune response. Additionally, it helps clean your liver and kidneys to detoxify your body and promote healing. Lemon may even improve symptoms to give you some well-needed rest.
Lastly, onions have anti-inflammatory benefits to ease a sore throat, reduce swelling in the sinuses, and improve lung capacity. Red onion also acts as an expectorant, meaning to stimulate the expulsion of phlegm and mucus to get pathogens out of your system
To speed up your recovery, drink plenty of fluids, eat citrus foods, keep your body temperature up, and get plenty of rest.