What are the healthy drinks that can help with a sore throat

What are the healthy drinks that can help with a sore throat

A sore throat is a very common problem that people face. There are many possible causes of a sore throat like cold, allergy or even viral infection. Sometimes the weather change is really intolerable for some people and as a result, the body responds in a negative way i.e.,  a sore throat. A sore throat makes it harder to speak or to talk as there is an itchy and burning sensation in your throat. However, there are few simple homemade drinks that can help you to get rid of your sore throat condition. Let’s find out what they are? (Also read: What is the difference between the coconut milk and coconut water)

Salt and water
This is the simplest home remedy for a sore throat. For this, all you need is salt and water. Simply, mix one-fourth teaspoon salt in a glass of warm water and gargle. Don’t use cold water as it doesn’t work.

Green tea
Green tea is known for its amazing health benefits. It also fights the infection. So, all you need to do is gargle using a warm cup of green tea.

Clove tea
Cloves are famous for their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory traits. So prepare a cup of clove tea or just add cloves or powdered cloves to water and have it.  (Also read: What are the side effects of lemon juice)

Tomato juice
The tomatoes are enriched with lycopene. Lycopene is a great antioxidant. So fill half with the juice of tomato and add a half cup of hot water. Then add few drops of hot pepper sauce.

Tumeric water
Tumeric is known for its antioxidant properties. So take half teaspoon of turmeric powder and half of salt and add them to hot water. Then, gargle with it.

Ginger, honey, and lemon in water
This homemade drink can help to heal a sore throat in the best way. Take a teaspoon of ginger powder, half cup of hot water and simply add the juice of lemon and honey. Your drink is ready, then all you need to do is gargle.  (Also read: How ginger, lemon and turmeric tea detoxifies your liver)

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