This Ancient Ginger And Garlic Soup Recipe Beats The Flu, Common Cold, Excess Mucus And Sinus Infections

During the colder months, we should follow a diet that will protect our body from the harmful bacteria. This means that you should take care of what you consume and how you consume it.

According to the Traditional Chinese Medicine, every food that we consume has a unique effect on our body. So, we should always listen to our body and the signs and symptoms it sends us. In this way, we will be able to protect our health and well-being.

For that purpose, we have an amazing soup recipe that is known as a “medicine in a cup”. It can prevent the harmful bacteria and supply your body with the essential nutrients.

Ginger is known for its potent warming properties. During summer, we consume foods like tomatoes or cucumbers, products that have cooling effects to our body.

So, during winter, we should do the opposite. We should consume foods that have warming effects to our body, products like ginger, cinnamon, and soups.

The soup recipe that we have for you includes ginger and garlic. This incredible combo will protect you from cold, flu, sinus infections and various other diseases that your body is more likely to develop during the cold months.

Check out the recipe below!

Needed Ingredients:

  • 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely diced
  • 4 green onions, also finely sliced
  • 7 cups of chicken stock or broth (for vegetarians – vegetable stock)
  • 50g of grated root ginger, finely sliced too
  • 1 finely diced hot or medium-hot chili
  • Chopped or whole mushrooms (optional)


In a big pan, add the garlic, onions, mushrooms, and the ginger and cook on low heat for a few minutes, and sauté them. Then, add the whole stock and boil. Don’t forget to stir gently, until the ingredients are soft. Add the chopped chili and stir for 5 minutes. Serve the soup while it is still warm.

Consume it with lemon water and crusty bread. This tasty winter meal offers potent anti-bacterial properties and can improve your digestion.


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