1. […] I made some garlic tea for him with the goal of knocking the buggers out of his body and restoring him to […]

  2. Sarımsak Çayı at |

    Thanks for garlic tea recipe. Garlic tea is my favorite tea for weight loss

  3. Sarımsak Çayı at |

    I’ve been drinking hot lemon water with some raw honey for a bad cold. I didn’t know that ginger was good for colds. Ginger and honey. I’ll try that. Thanks.

  4. Garlic Tea at |

    Thanks for garlic tea recipe.. Good article really..

  5. […] Garlic tea has an amazing anti-viral properties and couldn’t be easier to make. Mince or smash a few cloves of garlic and place in a mug. Fill with boiling water and allow to steep for 10 minutes covered with a plate. Add the juice from 1/4-1/2 lemon and enough honey or cane sugar to sweeten. […]

  6. […] a few approaches before finding the right one to counteract that ailment. My regular stockpile of garlic tea, Sinus Rinse, and homeopathic remedies were not effective against this particularly nasty bug, but […]

  7. Rahul at |

    Pepper also goes very well with Garlic Tea… Try it!!!

  8. […] an antiviral, prepare and take immediately: -Garlic tea. Peel and crush several cloves of garlic and place in a mug. Pour in 6-8 oz boiling water and let […]

  9. Monina at |

    good one. i also have something to share… i used to take one tablespoon of honey with crushed garlic whenever i have cough then after that i have a cup of tea with lemon juice … that’s the best against the bad cough.

  10. James Boelter at |

    I wish I’d seen this post about two weeks ago when I caught the nuisance I am currently fighting. Raw garlic upsets my stomach too much to use effectively, so I used to mix up minced garlic in honey and use it that way…but this tea sounds much more pleasant and agreeable.

    Keep up the great work, Ms. Yarnell!

  11. Jan DeCourtney at |

    Hi Elizabeth,

    Garlic tea sounds novel…. I’ll have to try it sometime!

    I’m more familiar with ginger tea, which is also very warming. I learned about it from Oriental people. Ginger does not have the “fragrance” issues that garlic has and is medicinal, as garlic is.

    I’ll have to try the garlic tea… sounds really interesting! I always enjoy trying new things. What a great suggestion.

    Best wishes,


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