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Did you know that thyme, together with lemon and honey, has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce the symptoms of flu and cold?
Thyme is an aromatic shrub widely used in culinary and alternative medicine.
Besides giving flavor and aroma to your meals, thyme also offers amazing benefits when used as an infusion. Watch the suggested video if you want to learn more!
Some of its benefits are:
Helps with digestion, alleviates respiratory issues, reduces blood pressure, strengthens the immune system, improves mood, and prevents premature aging.
Lemon and honey are great natural medicines that aid in the natural detox of the body, reducing the symptoms of fatigue and improving the mood.
Honey is rich in antioxidants and has antibacterial properties, which is why it is used to treat sore throats and respiratory diseases.
Lemon, besides being a source of energy and good for the mood, stimulates the immune system, detoxifies, treats anemia and constipation, and prevents some types of cancer.
Making this infusion is quite simple. Watch the video and learn how!
So, what do you think of this recipe? If your respiratory system is congested or your throat is sore, try this natural beverage and share your experience with us.
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