Cold and Flu Tea Recipe to Ward Off Sickness this Winter Season

A Delicious Cold and Flu Tea Recipe to Ward Off Sickness

Cold and Flu Tea Recipe

During the winter, there is nothing better than having a hot drink to warm your bones. When you are cold, or even just under the weather, a hot drink can taste like nectar of the Gods, it is so satisfying. However, there are many tea recipes out there that can also help you feel better when you are under the weather. Cold and flu season is in full swing, so fever, aches, pains, the sniffles, become all too common. When this happens, you want to get better quickly. It is never fun to be under the weather! However, fighting off the cold and flu with a cold and flu tea recipe is an excellent way to warm your bones and keep you healthy.

Cold and flu season can be a downer, especially if you find yourself always fighting off being sick! If you are looking to fight off the cold and flu, then give this cold and flu tea recipe a try!

Echinacea Cold and Flu Tea Recipe


⦁ Filtered water
⦁ 1 organic echinacea tea bag
⦁ 1 organic elderberry tea bag
⦁ 3 TBSP of organic lemon juice
⦁ 1/4 tsp of organic clove
⦁ 1/2 tsp of organic cinnamon
⦁ 3-4 thin slices of organic ginger root
⦁ 1/4 tsp of turmeric powder
⦁ Raw, organic honey (to taste)


1. Heat filtered water to the desired temperature (160-180 degrees Fahrenheit), pour water into a large mug.
2. Steep the echinacea and elderberry tea bags, as well as the sliced ginger for 5 minutes.
3. Remove tea bags, and if you want, the sliced ginger. Add in the turmeric, cinnamon, clove, lemon juice, and the honey and stir well.
4. If you would like to remove the ground spices and the sliced ginger, strain the tea through a cheesecloth.
5. Drink up to your health and enjoy! For best results, when you are feeling under the weather, drink at least 2-3 cups a day.

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