Folks, here is a tea I make to fight covid 19 caused mucus hardening (I’ve heard it being refer to as crystalizing from a medical practitioner) in the lung alveoli sacks. The mucus hardening prevents known medicines from working. There are a number of take-aways on the audio clip noting hospital personal observations. The notable one being to take hot liquids and foods throughout the day while avoiding cold liquids and foods.
These are the steps I take for a preventive morning tea:
Boil water in a drip coffee maker and keep it consistently drinkably hot in the large glass pot. To avoid burning down the house, I’ve opted to use the drip coffee maker to heat the water. Add Echinacea and Green Tea. Add a thin slice of ginger and let seep. Pour into a thermal cup, add a teaspoon of chia seeds and a lemon or lime (I include the pulp for maximum consumption), and for greater protection against upper respiratory infections you may opt to add honey. The thermal cup is essential to keep the tea hot considerably longer up to a few hours.
Place the remainder tea coffee pot in the refrigerator. When wanting a cup afterwards, I pour a cup full into a pot and then heat on the stove top to ensure the tea is at the very least moderately hot.
Ideally, your drip coffee maker, such as the Cuisinart DCC 3200, has a hot-plate temperature control otherwise to avoid overheating, it’s a good idea to switch off the unit after each pouring.
A quick search on ginger reveals:
Ginger can be used as a natural decongestant and antihistamine. Antiviral and antibacterial properties of ginger can help in easing congestion in the chest by drying out excess mucus and stimulating removal of its buildup. Drinking ginger tea for a few times in a day can help in eliminating excess mucus.
Audio covid 19 safety tips from Doctor Negrin University
A thanks to my friend Greg for pointing me to this valuable audio report!