Ancient Garlic and Ginger Soup That Fights Cold, Flu, Excess Mucus and Sinus Infections

It’s that season of the year when many people suffer from colds and flu. When the temperature falls, germs spread all around and a lot of people become ill. Sore throat, coughs, and sniffing come at their peak. Therefore, in today’s article we are going to present to you a recipe of a natural and effective soup which will eliminate these symptoms and boost your immunity.

Health Profile of Garlic

It’s rich in allicin, very potent anti-fungal, antioxidant, anti-microbial, and antiviral substance, which improves the circulatory system, lower the blood pressure, improves digestion, and boost immunity.


Reduce inflammation

Soothes infections on the respiratory tract

Treats sore throat

Removes parasites

Prevents weight gain

Regulates the sugar levels in the blood

Eliminates the arterial plaque

Regulates the blood pressure

Fights off allergies

Garlic is high in minerals and vitamins, thus it lowers the flu and cold symptoms by 50%.

Health Profile of Ginger

Ginger is one of the healthiest herbs in the world. It fights against fevers, digestive issues, flu and cold. It has anti-inflammatory properties which relieve arthritis and prevents vomiting and nausea. It’s rich in antioxidant, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties as well.

Ginger-Garlic Soup for Fighting of Flu and Colds

7 cups of chicken broth

1 chili pepper (diced)

50 grams of ginger (grated)

2 garlic cloves (diced)

4 onions (sliced)


Take a pot and put the ginger, garlic, and the onions in it. Sauté them for several minutes. Then, put the broth and let it boil until it becomes soft. At the end, add the pepper and let it simmer for additional 5 minutes.


If you don’t like chilli, you can use other spices.

Add carrots and butternut squash to make it even healthier

Add some chicken cutlets, chopped broccoli, or sliced mushrooms to make this amazing soup a complete meal. If you are vegan, replace the chicken with beans.


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