This Syrup Will Stop a Cough Dead in its Tracks: Ginger Thyme Cough Syrup

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Thyme is a fragrant, woody-stemmed and small-leafed culinary herb that is used frequently in many cuisines. It can be combined with lamb, poultry, and tomatoes, and many people use it in soups, stews, stocks, and sauces.

Thyme has powerful healing properties and can be used as an effective disinfectant. It can be used both externally and internally to help fight off infection. It is one of the best herbal cold remedies and can treat a sore throat and oral infections.

The tea of the thyme is used for treating coughs and chest complaints and is the main compound for making many antifungal remedies. It contains a high amount of anti­oxidants, which supports normal body functions.

Ginger has proven healing effects and treats respiratory conditions, including asthma and the common cold, which may bring on the acute cough. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties it may help suppress allergies. Making medicinal ginger infusions has become a very popular way of healing cold symptoms.

Honey contains antimicrobial, antioxidant and antibacterial properties that fight against the virus, fungus, and bacteria to treat the cold and its underlying symptoms.

–              Honey helps naturally to soothe a sore or scratchy throat and relieves irritation.

–              It boosts the immune system, helping to reduces the severity of cold and prevents future viruses and colds.

 Ginger-Thyme Cough Syrup


–              3/4 cup raw local Honey

–              2 handfuls fresh thyme

–              1 1/2 cups of Water

–              1 knuckle of ginger minced


1)            Put ginger and thyme in a pot with boiling water

2)            Simmer all together for 5-10 minutes

3)            Add raw honey gently stirring and allow the syrup to rest for 30-60 minutes,

4)            Strain it well.

5)            Put the filtered syrup back on the heat and bring to a boil

6)            Remove from the heat and let it cool

7)            Bottle the syrup and store it in the fridge.Dosage:

Adults can take 3-5 tablespoons, while children 3-5 teaspoons per day


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