Tuesday, November 30, 2010
A cure for the common cold
This is the second time I'm battling a cold so far this fall.
The last one might have been a reaction to the flu shot – even though they swear that doesn't happen. But this one is a full-blown cold.
The good thing is that my throat is no longer on fire. The bad thing is I can't breathe out of my right nostril.
Smelling is underrated anyway, I guess.
When I'm feeling under the weather nothing is better than hot toddy. Hot tea, lemon and honey are great for colds. Whiskey just helps clear you up and help you sleep.
Trust me. It works.
Hopefully you won't get sick this cold and flu season. But if you do, make yourself a hot toddy.
1 shot of whiskey (I prefer Maker's Mark, obviously)
Strongly brewed black tea (I use loose leaf English Breakfast brewed in a small tea pot)
1 tsp honey (or to taste)
1 slice of lemon
Pour a shot of whiskey in a mug. Top with brewed tea and stir in honey. Squeeze the slice of lemon into the tea and stir.