Ginger with lemon and honey helps at the first signs of an oncoming cold. It is excellent for soothing a sore throat and cough. Ginger is considered to be one of the best healing plants that relieve cold symptoms. Lemon is an excellent source of vitamin C, which strengthens the immune system and protects you from the flu and colds.
To prepare ginger with lemon and honey jar, you need:
1. 1-2 fresh ginger roots (3-4 cm).
2. 1 lemon
3. Honey 50-100 gr.
1. Clean and peel ginger roots. Then slice them into small pieces, coin size pieces or rub on a grater.
2. Wash and cut a lemon into small cubes.
3. Mix the ingredients and put them into a jar. Pour honey over it slowly and let the honey sink down. Fill the jar to the top with honey and close. Store it in the refrigerator.
Add 1-2 teaspoons to hot drinks, tea, or milk.
How to use toothpaste in the household. Here are some tips how to do that.
- To prevent glasses from going cloudy in the dishwasher, use white toothpaste after rinsing to clean glassware. Scrub the toothpaste all over the glass and carefully polish the surface with a dry cloth. Then rinse with water and vinegar solution.
- You can clean silver jewellery with a toothpaste. Take a soft cloth and apply a small amount of the toothpaste to the cloth. Then rub the silver jewellery very carefully.
- To clean and whiten piano keys, squeeze a small amount of a white colored toothpaste onto a damp cloth and rub gently.
- To remove stains from tea and fruits on bright clothes use a toothpaste with whitening effect. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on the stain, rub with fingers, then wash as usual.
- Toothpaste keeps goggles from fogging up.
- You can clean out the sink in the bathroom with your toothpaste. Squeeze some toothpaste in the sink and scrub it with a sponge. Then rinse out the sink.
- Tea stains in baby bottles and mugs can be easily removed with a toothpaste. Put some toothpaste on the brush and scrub the bottles. Toothpaste removes the odors, too.
- Toothpaste can also be used to clean out stains from leather items, gloves, bags. Use a microfiber cloth dampened with a solution of water and some toothpaste. Then rub well and wipe off with a clean cloth.