Forager, chef and food writer Rachel de Thample describes this as “a brilliant cold-busting tea that tastes rather like tom yum soup”.
Take two to three times daily when you feel a cold coming on, but avoid drinking it late at night as the ginger and cayenne make this quite a stimulating tea.
- Lemon 1
- Garlic clove 1
- fresh ginger 2cm piece
- Cayenne pepper a pinch
- Freshly boiled water 200ml
- Raw honey or maple syrup 1-2 tsp
Tonics & Teas by Rachel de Thample is published by Kyle Books, priced £9.99. Photography by Ali Allen.