Honey Lemon Ginger Tea | Cold & Flu Remedy

– Hello, beautiful people. Today on Bachelor on a Budget we are making honey,
lemon, and ginger tea. This concoction has great
nutritional properties that are gonna help the
soreness in our throat. Honey is both antibacterial
and antifungal. Ginger has a long history as a medicine, as a pain reliever, and for inflammation. And lemon has a bunch of
vitamin C and other nutrients. And, altogether, these taste delicious. So, all you’re gonna need is some ginger, some honey, some lemons, and a sterilized jar. Let’s get started and soothe our throats. For this size jar, we’re
going to use two lemons and about that much ginger. We’ll cut our lemon down to size. You can remove the ends or any seeds. Next is our ginger. We’re just gonna peel this with a spoon. Ginger is one of those ingredients that you kind of want to get organic. Because it has a very thin skin and so it contains the most pollutants when it’s non-organic, especially if you’re buying it from China. Okay, then fill that. Little lemon, little ginger, little lemon, little ginger, little lemon. Let’s shove that down. Now, we wanna add our honey. I had to warm mine up a bit, ’cause it wasn’t quite fully liquid. And put a lid on that. And that will last a
few weeks in the fridge, but you’ll probably go
through it a lot faster. This stuff also makes great gifts, but, yeah, it’s really
great for the throat. So, you add it with a bit of hot water or even a bit of cold water. Let’s give this a taste. And you can always add
more honey, if you’d like. Some hot water. And voila. We got our beautiful jar of
lemon, honey, and ginger. This is really delicious and it already feels
way better on my throat. You can feel the honey kind of coating. I love this stuff. So, that’s why I make kind
of a bulk version of it. That’s about five, six servings, depending on how much you like, how sweet you like it, how flavorful. Yeah, give this a shot. Little bonus things you can
add to this is some tumeric. Tumeric is a great addition. Or a little cayenne pepper. Both add a bunch of nutritional
properties and flavor. And hit that subscribe button already. That way you’ll get informed of new videos, new recipes,
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22 thoughts on “Honey Lemon Ginger Tea | Cold & Flu Remedy

  1. You deserve more views and subs then you have, I just got done Watching Your Mini Vegetable Pizza Video, Your content is great and fun to watch, and the food like good too, if you keep it up you'll just keep getting bigger, your channel is doing like 99x better then my channel

  2. Great video. Loved how you included the sterilized jar knowing people would want to skip a couple steps in the prep in the future and the number of servings it provides.

  3. Nice and simple, very doable. Does it matter what type of honey? Does the honey need to be organic? Lemon and ginger are always a good combo. I throw ginger into my smoothies, gives it a nice spicy kick.

  4. i did that once and left it in the fridge for like 2 days or a week.. i forgot.. but the taste of the tea became really bitter.. my mom said it's because of the peel.. how can i avoid that bitter taste?

  5. i wish i had discovered your video a week ago. I would have been on this with the quickness. Now I have the flu. But i got up and made this and I must admit my throat feels so much better. I cut 6 lemons and a about 3/4 cup of chopped ginger and l cup honey in a 32oz (1 quart) mason jar. I made it yesterday and have been drinking it ever since. I think it's gonna be my go to tea. When I get over this flu. I want to try it on ice and see how that taste. It might make a refreshing drink. Thanks for your helpful and simple video.

  6. The video itself is nice in terms of lighting, resolution, sound etc. but so much of what you say is obnoxious:

    1. You say that honey is good because its naturally antibacterial and antifungal. First off, you don't want something that's inherently antibacterial. Your gut flora includes bacteria; some of which are adaptive for us, some are not. Having something that is simply indiscriminately antibacterial would have a net-negative effect on us. Second, if you're going to say this shit, you should at least include some sources. Is honey antifungal because of molecules endemic to honey or is it simply because honey sold in stores is so solute-rich that osmosis deprives any microorganisms of water. In which case, once you make a tea out of it, wouldn't it lose those properties?

    2. You say that ginger is something in which people should be getting in the organic variety owing to its thin skin etc. You then say, "especially if you're getting it from China." Could you make a more casual and blatant statement of, "fuck you, China?" Better to indicate that people should opt for relatively local and pesticide-free as opposed to "organic" since the latter term is overused, misused, and simply abused. Strictly speaking, organic refers to (with some exceptions) the property of having carbon bonds. All ginger is "organic" regardless of whether or not your douchebag grocer labels it as such. Yes, try to buy local, but not because of some vague implication that China is inherently evil/inferior but rather because importing and exporting goods obviously has a larger carbon footprint and more precautions (sometimes involving synthetic chemicals) are needed to keep the produce fresh and looking good for sale.

    I had to mute the video after just so I could enjoy the cinematography without listening to the god awful narration.

    10/10 attractive narrator and stunning video.
    3/10 misinformation.


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