Jasmine and Eucalyptus Tea for Respiratory Relief

Jasmine and Eucalyptus Tea for Respiratory Relief
  • Difficulty
    Easy
  • Estimated Time
    34 Minutes
  • Form of Use
    Oral
  • Classification
    Infusions

Ingredients

  • Jasmine
    Jasmine
  • Eucalyptus
    Eucalyptus

Directions

Respiratory problems are tough to deal with, especially because they tend to encompass very different symptoms. This blended tea, however, can tackle more than one at once: while eucalyptus will clear the nasal airways and contribute against any possible respiratory infections, jasmine will lessen the pain. Furthermore, the deeply fresh scent of these two herbs can be restoring by itself!

  1. Boil eucalyptus leaves in 4 cups of water.(30 minutes)
  2. Steep dried jasmine in the eucalyptus decoction.(4 minutes)
  3. Pour yourself a cup and enjoy!

Chronic sufferers of asthma should drink one cup a day of this hot infusion, taking care to inhale the vapors as they drink it. For those experiencing an acute episode of congestion, the recommended dosage is three cups a day, after meals.

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