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I don't have bronchitis but wanted to try this tea and I'm so glad I did! I did use spearmint instead of peppermint.The taste was very nice, and the cayenne is really good for you. It's the only pepper that doesn't irritate the stomach lining, and helps to fight off colds. I will be making this again! Thanks!
This is a nice to make when your not feeling good. I loved the taste of this. First cup I made I used too much pepper. Much better the second one.
GREAT! This smelled very nice while steeping. I usually like my herbal teas unsweetened but I needed the honey in this one to stop me from choking on the cayenne...I'm very sensitive to it...next time I think I'll try it without it. I did feel a pleasant warmth in my throat and sinuses and liked the flavor very much. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
I thought this tasted kind of neat, actually, with the small amount of cayenne. BF is the one who is sick though, and he thought it was kind of weird. I added some more honey and he liked it a little better. He did agree that it made him feel better and helped to clear his breathing passages. He does just have a bad cold, not bronchitis. I will make this for myself next cold I get, I thought it tasted nice and was very clearing without making you break into a sweat.
This tastes different. Not something I love the flavour of. It OK though to help with my cold but I do prefer Sniffle Buster Tea.