Even though winter is getting closer to an end, the weather is yet to get much warmer. The pouring rain and cold weather are just a couple of hints that your chances of catching a cold are still higher. If you catch a cold, or have a cough or sore throat, a cough drop can be just what you need. The herbs in this herbal cough drops can help to soothe your throat.

Herbal Cough Drops: What You’ll Need

What To Do

  1. Put all the herbs into the grinder.
  2. Grind them into a powder, put aside for later.
  3. Put the coconut oil into a bowl.
  4. Add honey to the coconut oil, mix well – you may want to use a blender for this step.
  5. Once well mixed, add the powdered herbs.
  6. Mix well.
  7. Spoon the mixture into the ice-cube tray, or other mold.

This herbal cough drops recipe is adapted from a recipe by Carol from ‘Studio Botanica’.

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