It seems like everybody is suffering with some sort of cold symptom at this time of year. Most people know about the soothing effects of a hot cup of mint and chamomile tea sweetened with honey (if you are allergic to honey please do not use it). Did you know that adding ginger can make your tea even more effective in fighting those cold symptoms? Ginger is pain-relieving, antiseptic, and antioxidant, valuable for preventing and treating colds, sore throats, and congestion. It also eases coughing. Ginger is warming and promotes sweating, so be careful using it with fever. Cold Soothing Ginger Tea Recipe 1-ts of Mint Tea Leaves 1-ts of Chamomile Tea 1/2-ts of Powdered Ginger or a Slice of Peeled Fresh Ginger (the size of a Quarter) 1-Tbs of Pure Honey (optional) (Use a tea ball to hold your dry ingredients, or strain your tea after it has steeped.) Add 8 oz of boiling water and let steep for 10 minutes. Stir. Enjoy it hot! Here is a safe link to enjoy Ginger Root Powder for yourself – TRY IT NOW! Get a 1 oz sample of Organic Mint, Chamomile, and Ginger Mix for only $2.98 Free Shipping.