Soothing honey lemon drink.

Author: cc@quaintmelody  |  Category: food and drink

Fella blogger yumcha over at relax.blogsome is recommending this great tonic. I thought I’d put in my two cents worth as well.

K and I been having this drink for years. It helps to detox our body and is especially good for cold and sore throat. This refreshing drink has helped us through many flu seasons. Also great when you have abused your system with junk and oily food. Taste great too!

The recipe for this is simple. Just mix 2 tablespoons of pure lemon juice(about half a lemon) and 2 teaspoon of honey. Add warm water and stir(not hot water as it destroy the properties in lemon). Adjust sweetness according to your taste.
Woolah!
A great soothing drink!

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18 Responses to “Soothing honey lemon drink.”

  1. Sasha Says:

    this is wat i need now…~sore throat~

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  2. Dr ve Thru Says:

    cc, when I had a very bad cold and cough in November, I brought my honey drink to work. At home, I put lemon.
    Then my German caretaker told me off for drinking honey when I am sick because it gives me too much phlegm (so he said). Duh???

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  3. Kok Says:

    This is the honey lemon drink which you have told me. I’ll try it next time.:) Oh yeah, how come your lemon looks like orange ah? 😛

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  4. cc Says:

    sasha
    This really soothes sore throat. I always make some and put in a flask for my husband whenever he has sore throat. Hope you and your baby get well soon!

    Dr ve Thru
    mmmm… I don’t know about that, but this drink has helped us for cold and soar throat. Not sure about causing phlegm though.

    Kok
    Yes this is the one.
    Haha… maybe because it’s a close up shot. 😛 Looks so big and juicy.

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  5. wonda Says:

    cc,
    Blogger is strange. I published another comment on the dim sum but it disappeared! I was saying that I can count the variety of dim sum here in Japan. For years since I first visited Jp until now, the menu in Chinatown never changes. No wonder your HK dim sum looks so good.I want to migrate to NZ or Australia lor.

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  6. cc Says:

    kok
    I am using dummy point and shot camera Canon IXUS 40. Really want to get a DSLR Nikon D70/80.

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  7. ilene Says:

    CC
    After drinking honey, can audition for American Idol! BTW, may I please link you?

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  8. cc Says:

    ilene
    Haha… sure sure! I have linked you too! 🙂

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  9. cc Says:

    wonda
    Sorry, missed your comment here.
    Yea, blogger is a bit strange lately. Yesterday the server was down and I couldn’t access some blogs.
    Come to NZ, plenty of space here. Hehee…

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  10. relax Says:

    haha cool 🙂

    thanks for sharing

    I coughed yesterday and took the tonic. Problem solved.

    notice another blogger also blog about the tonic in great detail… the one u chatted the other day..

    http://davinmarcusraja.blogspot.com/

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  11. Kok Says:

    cc,
    but smaller cam are better for blogging!:P Don’t tell me you want to bring the DSLR to take picture in the restaurant. haha!

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  12. Davin Marcus Raja Says:

    Yea i tried myself 🙂 hehe Happy Trying~ happy duda dey~!

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  13. Puskas Csaba Says:

    Its really a healty drink!
    But be careful, the vitamin C disintegrated and will be inactiv on 40 Celcius degree!

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  14. cc Says:

    relax
    Yea I noticed that too. 🙂

    Kok
    That will cause more people to stare hor…hehee… But seriously we’re thinking about it coz we own a SLR for some time already, thinking of upgrading to DSLR. Must shop around first. Will still keep the small one though, as you said, easier to carry around.

    Davin
    Happy spreading the good recipe. 🙂

    Puskas Csaba
    I wasn’t sure on the temperature. Thanks for that info.

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  15. Wuching Says:

    thanks! i’ll give it a go!

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  16. cc Says:

    Wuching
    Hope you’ll get well soon! 🙂

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  17. skibiapemiupe Says:

    One for all and all for one, helping everybody.

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  18. cutthewood.com Says:

    With havin so much content and articles do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright infringement? My blog has a lot of unique content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced but it seems a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any ways to help reduce content from being ripped off? I’d really appreciate it.

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