With the new season coming and the less and less time spending outdoors, the kids will spend more time in closed quarters with a poor ventilation and a great chances for sickness. Who wants that? For that reason I found a remedy that is easy to prepare and very helpful.

This isnt just great for colds and flu though its wonderfully soothing on your throat, tastes delicious, and has some great leftovers (Ill explain later). But it also serves in just about every East Asian inspired recipe that calls for a touch of sweetness.
Honey is antibacterial, has mitigating qualities for sore, irritated or scratchy throats. Honey can assuage mellow hypersensitivity side effects and develop resilience to dust. Why? Honey contains follow measures of dust, which can urge the body to deliver antibodies to the dust. That abatements the measure of histamine your body produces, which decreases your sensitivities inevitably. Honey is likewise stacked with cancer prevention agents which help battle both maturing and Alzheimers. In addition taking honey 30 minutes prior to bed decreases evening time hacking. Additionally honey invigorates serotonin which the body changes over into melatonin. Melatonin helps you rest.

Ginger is a powerful antioxidant, solving most problems with arthritis. Its a wonder for all motion sickness (air, land, or sea). It solves nausea in pregnancy, and protects against colorectal cancer.
Ginger Infused Honey

What Youll Need

Candy Thermometer
A double boiler/or a heat safe bowl and a pot
Sterilized containers with lids (mason jars, salad dressing containers… whatever)
2 Cups of Honey
1 12 inches of fresh ginger root OR 2 Tablespoons of dried ginger

Place the honey in the highest point of the twofold pot with water at the base

Add the ginger to the honey and heat the water to the point of boiling

Screen the honey with the treat thermometer.

Convey the honey to 185 and keep it at that warmth for 10 minutes.

Expel from warmth and let it remain for an additional ten minutes

Strain out your ginger and empty it into your disinfected compartments.

On the off chance that you decided to daintily cut youre ginger, keep the ginger its honey-glazed ginger and its great for your upset tummy.
If you choose to go with slicing your ginger, you can leave a bit of honey with the ginger root, it preserves the ginger and the longer you leave it with the ginger the more infused the ginger becomes the tastier it is.

You can preserve the shredded ginger too and use it other recipes (quick breads, stir fry… whatever).

Source: theheartysoul.com