Need a break from all those pills and syrups stocked in your medicinal cabinet? Bon Appétit Magazine shares a few cocktail recipes that will certainly take the edge off any rhinovirus that dares come your way.
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Winter's Truce: Nothing says "exotic" than whipping up a batch of echinacea tea, honey, and ginger root.
Brans Dram: This isn't your grandmas hot lemon tea. Said to also be good for gaining a healthy glow.
Flor De Puebla: This concoction might be a bit spicy for some, so be sure to remove the seeds and ribs from the chilli to take it down a notch.
St Brunos Cure: Considered as the perfect remedy for congestion, since it apparently helps in both curing and preventing those pesky colds.
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