Personalized, Health-boosting Sips for the Rainy Season

The summer has come and gone, and in its place come cooler weather and rainfall. While several individuals consider it a time to dress up, a reason to rock those sweaters, boots, pullovers, and scarves, we must be extra vigilant in keeping safe, warm, and healthy as the cold and flu season kick in.

Don’t fret! Here is an immune boosting tea that you can take to guard your health! Combine this with the right diet, enough rest, and your vitamins, and you’ll be fine. To ward off the colds and cough, you need to be proactive with your health; build protection from within!

One great herbal concoction is the Ginger-Turmeric tea. Ginger is known for its anti-nausea characteristic and ability to fight motion sickness and digestive difficulties. It is also an anti-inflammatory, preventing the flu and colds! Turmeric, on the other hand, has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties that aid in boosting one’s immunity.

2 – 3 cups water
1 tsp. powdered ginger
1 tsp. powdered turmeric
1 lemon, juiced

  •     In the Tupperware Drinking Flask, add 1 teaspoon each of powdered ginger and powdered turmeric
  •        Pour in boiling hot water
  •      Stir, cover, and let sit for 10 – 15 minutes
  •       Squeeze in fresh lemon juice
  •        Add honey to enhance your herbal experience and enjoy!

Go for a stylish, easy to hold, and durable drinking container such as Tupperware’s Drinking Flask. It comes in two new colors: Snow White and Jet Black. The Drinking Flask comes with a virtually air-tight seal, has a wrist strap for easy handling, and is made of polycarbonate material that allows use for hot or cold beverages. One of its coolest features is that it comes with free monogramming letter stickers, so you’re free to personalize your very own Tupperware Drinking Flask!

Enjoy your tea, whether you like it hot or cold, in stylish, personalized flask as you’re on-the-go, and protect your health with Tupperware’s Drinking Flask!

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