Ayurvedic Remedy for Sore Throat

By: Steph Ball-Mitchell, ERYT500, RPYT, RCYT, YACEP

Ayurvedic Remedy for Sore Throat

My local yoga studio, Yoga and Ayurveda Center is constantly being asked for Ayurvedic home remedies this time of year.  Lately, everyone has been having sore throats so we figured we would share a quick and easy ayurvedic remedy for sore throat to help soothe discomfort. 

Throat Soothing Ayurvedic Herbal Tea

Ayurvedic Remedy for Sore Throat
Throat Soothing Herbal Tea

  • Ginger  (2 parts)
  • Cinnamon (2 parts)
  • Licorice (3 parts)
Steep one teaspoon of this mixture in water for 5-10 minutes.  Enjoy up to 3 times daily.

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About the Author

Founder of Online Yoga School and Yoga & Ayurveda Center

Steph Ball-Mitchell, E-RYT-500, RPYT, RCYT, YACEP, CAADC

Steph has over 25 years of experience in yoga and movement.  Her understanding of yoga and the human body has been influenced by lifelong dancing and holistic health.  She found her life’s purpose in helping people become happier and healthier through her own healing journey.  Steph assists her students in knowing the joy and wonderment of integrating the mind and body through accessible yoga.  She encourages an authentic and life-nurturing practice, one that brings greater consciousness to each moment and every movement of the body with a heavy emphasis on breath.  

With a masters degree in counseling, Steph brings awareness, acceptance and a down to earth approach to her classes.  She studied with Maty Ezraty and later completed her second 200-hour training with Nancy Candea at Yoga Impact in New Jersey and her 300-hour training with Chris Loebsack at Boundless Yoga Studio in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.   The perpetual student, Steph has studied with Leslie Howard, Travis Eliot, Bryan Kest, Donna Farhi and countless others.  She has extensive training in pelvic floor yoga, restorative yoga, yin yoga, power yoga and accessible yoga.  Most recently, Steph was certified as a Grand Master of Meditation through Swami Vidyanand.

Steph founded Yoga and Ayurveda Center with her husband.  She later launched Online Yoga School to support her local trainings and has recently launched a virtual yoga studio to accommodate the international community of trainees.

When she isn’t on her mat, Steph can be found volunteering, enjoying her husband and children, dancing and cooking.  She currently enjoys serving on the board of World Yoga Federation and Meditation Alliance International and previously enjoyed serving on the Education Committee of Yoga Alliance and places a strong emphasis on inclusivity in her teacher trainings.