Recipe by Kathleen
"A drink to help soothe sick little ones. Only add honey for children over 1 year old. My daughter calls this 'Teddy Bear' juice because of our honey bear. Great for a sore throat and for people who don't enjoy hot tea. I let my daughter drink as much of this as she wants when she is ill, especially when she has no appetite."
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My toddler has been sick the past few days, and this has helped him go to sleep. He loves it.
I usually do tea with honey and lemon for sore throats this is a great option for when I'm out of decaf tea :) It's sweet and tasty.
This is the exact drink I make for my kids when they are sick. It's a great way to get fluids down as well as soothing a raging sore throat.
When I just recently had the flu, half apple juice and half water was the only thing I could drink. It was pretty much what I had for 3 days. I hadn't thought to add honey or lemon juice. I am leaving a review to bookmark this. It works well because it is less acidic then other drinks and easy on the stomach. I drank it warm and with ice, but preferred it cold. Doctors recommend juice be diluted for young children, because of the sugar, so mixing it with half water is a good idea anyway. I did that when I used to do daycare.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Teddy Bear Juice
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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