Milk and Honey Cold Remedy

I swear by this recipe. I make it whenever I feel a head-cold coming on, and I almost always start to feel better right afterwards. Hope this helps someone else, as well.

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  • Microwave the milk in a mug until piping hot, or about 1 minute 30 seconds.
  • Stir in the honey completely, so that no honey is left sitting on the bottom and the milk turns a golden color. I use the measuring spoon to stir the honey in the milk.
  • Drink hot.
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"I swear by this recipe. I make it whenever I feel a head-cold coming on, and I almost always start to feel better right afterwards. Hope this helps someone else, as well."
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  1. Viv O.
    Just found this recipe. I've had a head cold for about a week do gave this a try. Already my throat feels easier and the vapour seem to he unblocking my nose.
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  2. Wade Z.
    I had a cold and couldnt sleep a wink last night cause nose blocked and kids waking up than I remembered what my grandmother used to make us had milk n honey, it works a treat FOR me. But my partner takes her longer to get over it with it. But it a relaxation drink.
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  3. RockChalkChick
    Yummy! I didn't have a cold, but it was a cold rainy spring morning when I decided to try this out. I did use skim and honey made locally. It was very relaxing and I enjoyed the drink while snuggling on the couch with my dog listening to the rain. Thanks for posting.
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  4. CiaoBella
    I swear by this recipe. I make it whenever I feel a head-cold coming on, and I almost always start to feel better right afterwards. Hope this helps someone else, as well.
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