It’s Amazing What a Good Cup of Garlic Tea Can Do!
Hi everyone. Here I am again with my favorite tea recipe. If you have read this column over enough time, you know that I love to talk about my Garlic Tea recipe and what wonderful things it does for the body. There are recipes that use raw fresh garlic but this one is my favorite, because it’s so simple:
1 T Garlic Powder (or to taste, that means however much you want to use. I like 1 T.)
1 T Raw Honey (or to taste)
1 t Lemon Juice (or to taste)
1 C Boiling Water
Mix garlic powder and honey into a paste. Add hot water to the paste and stir until it melts the paste into a fragrant liquid and add lemon juice. Stir well and enjoy as often as you like.
The historical uses of garlic have been recorded across cultures throughout the world. Evidence from the ancient Egyptian tombs, from 3,200 B.C were discovered inscribed on the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The pyramid builders used garlic and believed it gave them strength to finish the task. In France, where the Great Plague broke killing 100,000, crushed garlic were concocted in wine and drank by the gravediggers to protect themselves from the plague. Soldiers who were severely wounded during the World War I and World War II put garlic on their wounds to prevent gangrene or infection.
Nowadays, garlic health benefits various medical issues. Many health problems can be prevented and treated with simply a daily dose of garlic
Some of the uses of garlic:
- Cancer Prevention
- Cough and Sore Throat
- Garlic in Food
- Garlic and Cancer
- Garlic for High Blood Pressure
- Garlic Cures for Skin Problems
- Garlic Health Benefits for the Whole Body
- Garlic Herbal Medicine for Your Immune System
- Etc., Etc., Etc.
Other topics re: garlic to look for online:
- Garlic Juice
- Garlic Powder
- Garlic Sauce
- Garlic Side Effects
- Garlic Supplement Benefits
- Garlic Supplements
- Garlic Tea
- Growing Garlic
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Historical Uses of Garlic
- How to Store Garlic
- How to Use Garlic