Drinks

 

 

Ultimate Hot Toddy For Colds Recipe 

Print Friendly 

Description:
Say goodbye to that cold with this ultimate hot toddy for colds recipe. Flu season is here, for many of us, it is round about the time we all get the terrible flu. We have a solution for you that is far more healthy than cough syrup and tastes a million times better too.
Firstly please don’t follow other recipes which say you should microwave your honey and whiskey together. This is just crazy as you ruin all the goodness in your honey, not to mention give yourself unneeded radiation.
Although this might not completely kill your cold it will certainly make you feel a million times better.


Ingredients:
200ml – 250ml water – ideally the less water, the better you won’t get the full effects of this drink
Tea bag – either green tea or sleepy time tea (depending if you want to sleep)
1-2 slices of organic lemon
4 to 8 whole organic cloves(not essential but they do help)
1-2 spoons manuka/raw/natural honey
Dash of lemon juice
1-2 measures whiskey of choice – We personally recommend Irish whiskey or a decent whiskey (splash out and get the good stuff, you don’t need a big bottle). Jameson works well too.
Cinnamon stick
Optional – little bit of Ginger sliced or chopped


Directions:
Pour water into kettle and boil (easy right).
Slice lemon and place whole cloves into the lemon slice. Place this into a mug or glass.
Add the green tea bag or sleepytime tea bag (if you don’t have either it is okay)
Spoon the honey into the mug, leaving the spoon in the mug and add a squeeze of lemon juice.
Add whiskey and pour over boiling water, stir well to melt honey.
Add the ginger if you have it.
Sit back put on some Netflix, rest up and wait for the hot toddy to do its magic.
*Repeat if needed but be sensible.


Category: Drinks


Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next
Connect with Us
facebook    twitter

Celtic Healings Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr


Wellness Tip
VEGETARIAN DIETS AND IRON
Are you a vegetarian or mostly a vegetarian? Our registered dietitian recommends consuming plenty of iron-rich plant foods such as lentils, kidney beans, black beans, dark green leafy vegetables, dried fruit and whole grains. Iron-enriched products such as cereals and breads are also good sources. To enhance iron absorption, consume vitamin C-rich foods at the same time you eat iron-containing foods. These include strawberries, green peppers, tomatoes, broccoli and citrus fruits. By following these simple guidelines, most non-meat eaters will get enough iron.


Float Body and Mind Wellness in Penticton


Wellness Directory
Celtic Wisdom Keeper, Healer and Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr, AEP
Specialty: Angel Empowerment Practitioner
Maria is a very powerful and gifted healer, Celtic Wisdom Keeper, Angel & Fairy Card Reader and medical intuitive. Maria works a Expos and with clients thru Skype or by phone
View Details


AEP Angel On Line Course


Event
Center of Gravity 2018 - Canada’s Hottest Beach, Music & Sports Festival
Date: Jul 27, 2018
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Okanagan’s biggest adrenaline-fueled sports and music festival is back for its 10th year! Monster Energy Center of Gravity will return to Kelowna’s City Park JULY 27 – 29, 2018
View Details


Kelowna Wellness Fair - November 2018


Article
Irish Guide to Passage Tombs and Brú na Bóinne
The last phase of the passage-tomb tradition in Ireland is represented by the complex known as Brú na Bóinne, which means the ‘palace’ or ‘mansion’ of the Boyne. The complex which is situated within a large bend on the River Boyne in County Meath, contains one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes. Dominated by the three well-known huge....
Full Article


Center of Gravity Festival in Kelowna July 27th to 29th, 2018


Recipe
Vegan Shepherd's Pie
Category: Vegetarian Entrees
Description: What is a vegan? What is veganism?

Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs, dairy products and all other animal-derived ingredients.

Vegan refers to either a person who follows this way of eating, or to the diet itself. That is, the word vegan can be an adjective used to describe a food item, as in, "This curry is vegan", or, it can be used as a noun, as in, "Vegans like cookies, too."

What do vegans eat?

This is perhaps the most common question about veganism. A vegan diet includes all grains, beans, legumes, vegetables and fruits and the nearly infinite number of foods made by combining them.

In addition, many vegan versions of familiar foods are available, so you can eat vegan hot dogs, ice cream, cheese and vegan mayonnaise along with the more familiar veggie burgers. Many foods are associated with veganism, such as soy milk and tofu, but many non-vegans also enjoy tofu, and you certainly don't have to like tofu in order to eat vegan.

Vegans also eat many of the same common and familiar every day foods such as a green salad, spaghetti, and chips and salsa which just about everyone eats. For example, foods such as a vegetarian burrito without cheese or sour cream would be vegan, a vegetarian Thai curry made from coconut milk is vegan, pasta with tomato sauce or another non-meat and non-dairy sauce is vegan, and most breads are vegan.
Full Recipe


Body and Soul Kelowna Expo 2018