Honey, Lemon, and Ginger "Remedy" for Hot or Iced Tea
My little "remedy" that's good for sore throats, when you feel a cold coming on, when you have a cold, or if you just want something yummy to sip on.
Author: Christy Jordan
Wash lemons and slice them into round slices. Place all but a few slices in a clean pint or quart mason jar. Squeeze the juice from the remaining slices into the jar and then toss them in as well. Add ginger.
Add enough honey to fill the jar. Place a lid on jar and tighten. Let sit out for several hours, turning upside down and right side up from time to time to help everything blend, then store in the refrigerator up to 6 weeks.
To make a cup of HOT honey lemon tea: Heat a cup of water. Add two to three tablespoons of honey mixture. Stir, and drink.To make a glass of ICED honey lemon "tea": fill a quart jar about 1/4 full of room temperature water. Add 3-4 tablespoons honey lemon mixture. Stir well. Fill remainder of jar up with water and ice. Enjoy!