How to Soothe a Sore Throat with Olive Oil

How to Soothe a Sore Throat with Olive Oil

How to Soothe a Sore Throat with Olive Oil

If you are looking for an all-natural or alternative way to soothe a sore throat and nurse a stubborn cold look no further. All you need is a bottle of Kevoo to relieve the symptoms of a common cold or the flu.

Your immune system is fighting the virus or illness and you can do more than staying warm, taking a steamy shower and resting to get better, faster. 

-The quick fix:

Taking small sips of olive oil during the day is the simplest and a very effective way to calm your throat and quieten that irritating cough.

If you are worried that you won’t have access to extra virgin olive oil at all times, fear not! Our Spartan Packets are perfect single-use, 12 ml packets that you can take with you anywhere! They fit perfectly into your bag, purse, pocket or suitcase, so you’ll have easy access to fresh, therapeutic olive oil at any time. Plus, they look cooler than a flask, don’t you think?

-The easy remedy:

If you want to take it a step further make this simple potion to relieve the symptoms. It takes 5 minutes and it will help you feel better immediately.

You Will Need:

½ cup extra virgin olive oil

4-5 tablespoons lemon or lime juice, freshly squeezed

1 cup of natural honey

How to:

Mix ½ cup extra virgin olive oil with 4-5 tablespoons of lemon/lime juice, and 1 cup of honey over low heat and warm the mixture gently.

Take 1 tablespoon every 2 hours, as needed.

-The healing Chai

We enjoy a nice cup of chai every single day but when we are coming down with a cold, there's nothing more comforting than holding a cup of delicious, aromatic tea and sipping slowly.

We used Organic Chai Tea which is a blend of hand-selected tea leaves and ethically cultivated spices including exotic Malabar cardamom.

Here’s how to make a healing chai tea with olive oil

You will need:

2 tablespoons Chai Tea

½ cup milk, dairy or plant

1 teaspoon olive oil

1 teaspoon honey

2 cloves

½ cinnamon stick

3 cardamom pods –crushed with a wide knife

1 teaspoon ginger 

¼ cup ground turmeric 

½ teaspoon vanilla extract

How to:

In a small non-stick pot, warm the milk, cloves, cinnamon stick, cardamom pods, and ginger and bring to a very low and gentle simmer for 5 minutes.

Add the tea leaves and continue to simmer for a couple of more minutes.

Strain into a teapot with a fine sieve. 

Mix in the olive oil, turmeric, and honey.

Pour into your mug and enjoy warm.

NOTE: If you want to give it a little froth give it a little whir with a stick blender and serve right away.

Are you ready to curl up for bed? We hope you found those tips and homemade remedies helpful! Feel free to share your remedies on our social media and we will try all your recipes! Who knows, maybe we will feature a few on the Kasandrinos Blog and give you a shout out!

Feel better,

Kasandrinos team.

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