Monsoon season is here upon us and how! While there's a respite from the scorching heat and there's a bit of nip in the air as well, what actually bothers is the onset of diseases like cold, cough and flu. Be it offices, schools or any other public place, you can spot people coughing and wheezing almost endlessly. Since the change in weather has taken a toll on the health of many people, it is imperative to keep a check on the immunity to keep flu at bay by using natural remedies for cold. Constant coughing and throat pain can be quite annoying. Moreover, if it is accompanied with cold and running nose, the condition can be even worse.
If you wish to avoid medicines and want to go the natural way while dealing with the symptoms of cold, we're here to provide you with a stellar kadha recipe that is not only traditional but also said to do wonders in boosting the body's immunity levels.
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What makes this traditional kadha stand out from the regular kadha recipes out there on the internet is the presence of healing Indian spices that are replete with anti-inflammatory properties.
Here's How You Can Make This Traditional Kadha To Soothe Symptoms of Cold:
1 and half cup water
2 tsp ginger juice (You can prepare it by grating the ginger and squeezing juice out of it.)
1 tsp black pepper powder
3 tulsi leaves
1 pinch cinnamon powder (optional)
To begin with, take a bowl and add water to it. Bring it to boil.
Once the water is boiled, add ginger juice and tulsi leaves and bring the flame to low. Let the flavours of tulsi and ginger seep in.
After 2-3 minutes, add in black pepper powder along with cloves. Simmer for another minute and switch off the flame.
Pour this kadha mix in a cup and drink it hot.
Tip: Drink this kadha at night, half an hour before going to the bed, and make sure it is piping hot. You may as well sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon powder over your kadha to increase its healing property.
So, bring out those ingredients from your kitchen pantry and prepare for yourself a healthy kadha that is sure to be beneficial for your overall well-being.
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About Deeksha SarinAn eccentric foodie and a die-hard falooda lover, Deeksha loves riding scooty in search of good street food! A piping hot cup of adrak wali chai can make her day bright and shiny!