Honey And Lemon

Honey And Lemon

Honey and lemon are a fantastic immune system boosting treat for your body.  People have been talking about the benefits of combining honey and lemon as a drink for centuries.

Today we are going to be looking at using honey and lemon in a drink.

Have you ever wondered how quick and easy it would be to enjoy a delicious refreshing drink of honey and lemon at home?  Well now you can with this simple DIY drink you can make at home in almost no time at all.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of Manuka Honey, please click here.

How do you use honey and lemon at home?  Do you have a lemon tree?  What else do you use honey for?  Please feel free to add any comments / suggestions in the feedback below.

Thank you for watching today.

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Today’s video is:


Video Author: Honey Lemon Water Recipe

Video Published By HLStyle013     Published on: July 22, 2015

Honey Lemon Water

Helps boost your energy

  • Improves your mood
  • Improves the function of the colon (we don’t want the build up of toxins in our body).

You will need:

  • Pitcher (jug) ($7.99 from Target, America)
  • Raw Honey (3/4 cup)
  • 1 whole lemon (sliced)
  • 30 oz hot water
  • Measuring cup
  • Spoon to stir/ mix up the ingredients

In the Pitcher (jug) mix all the ingredients together.

Honey first, then the lemon, then the 30 oz of hot water.  The water needs to be hot to dissolve the honey.  Use a spoon to mix all the ingredients together and make sure that the honey has fully melted.  You can then add extra cold water to dilute the mixture to your personal tastes.

To drink cold

  • Let it cool down for 30-40 minutes
  • Add ice for a refreshing cold drink and serve.





Thank you for watching this honey and lemon video.  The author was HLSTYLE013

If you would like to know more of the benefits of Manuka Honey, please click here.

What else would you like to see in the next video.  Please feel free to leave any ideas, comments, suggestions feedback in the comments below.


10 Replies to “Honey And Lemon”

    1. Hi Rose, Thank you for your kind words. I was happy to help brighten your day. Bees and lemons are an amazing combination! Thanks for stopping by.

  1. This is my favorite drink of all times and I like it hot. It boost my vitC intake and helps prevent colds. Your recipe is more sophisticated than mine and I will try it out, thanks for sharing…

    1. Hi Moon, Wow your favourite drink of all time! Now I am impressed. Thank you for telling me that, you have brightened up my day. I also really like to sip this drink when it’s hot, instead of having a cup of tea / coffee. Thank you for stopping by.

  2. As I always eat out, I usually order warm honey lemon drink from restaurants and it doesn’t come cheap. Seeing how easy it is to make this drink, I should really try doing this at home. I love it because besides tasting great, it is really good for the throat too!

    1. Hi Alex, thanks for stopping by. You know, it honestly never occurred to me to order this when I dine out, thank you for giving me such a great idea. I enjoy a hot honey and lemon drink so much, that I think I will order one instead of a coffee next time I am out at a restaurant. Thank you for giving me such a great idea. It’s winter here at the moment in my part of the world and some restaurants have wooden flooring which echo’s and you find yourself shouting to talk to your friends. This often results in a sore throat the next day. Your idea will certainly come in handy to help prevent that. Thank you for stopping by my website today. All the best.

  3. I love honey lemon tea when I have a sore throat or cough! It tastes yummy and helps soothe the irritation too. The only problem is that I’ve had an issue with lemon making my throat react (almost like a swelling allergy but not that severe). It has also been an issue with tomatoes and a few other foods too.

    1. Hi Angela, thank you for stopping by our website today. I am sorry to hear that lemon irritates your throat. I am curious though, is the issue only with fresh lemon or is it with “processed lemon” or “lemon extract” which is cheaper and therefore more widely used in many processed foods? Luckily nowadays there are lots of food substitutes for us to choose from (unlike in our grandparents time). Could you please recommend any suitable substitutes instead of lemon for our readers please? Would honey and mint be Ok or do you like to use something else? Thank you in advance.

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