Immune Boosting Tea Recipe

Written by Amanda Klenner

Immune Boosting Tea Recipe

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For those of you who ordered the Echinacea herb box, you got a bag of Immune Boosting Tea in your box. This recipe is not in the magazine. I am not sure how we missed including it, but here it is now, for you to enjoy. Mix up a big batch of this tea and enjoy it at the first sign of immune system sluggishness. We can’t make “medical claims” but I can say that this tea is wonderful to take in large copious doses at the first sign of cold or flu (or pretty much any infection) to help kick your immune system into high gear. It is especially useful for conditions that make you hot, and your body needs to sweat out the fever and cool down, while supporting proper immune system function.



Blend your dry tea together and store in a cool dry place. Boil 4 cups of water and, in a container like a large mason jar, pour the water over 2-3 heaping tablespoons of  the tea blend. Cover with a tight lid and let steep 20-30 minutes. Strain the tea and serve while still hot.

Amanda is a Clinical Herbalist, Holistic Nutritionist, and Health Coach located in Westminster, CO. She is also a mother, wife, and avid dog lover (cats are ok too). She has a passion for teaching people about the beautiful herbal medicines we can work with to maintain health, wellness, and joy. She is the publisher of Natural Herbal Living Magazine, works with people clinically to help them reach their health goals, and makes a line of organic, handmade herbal products.

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