In Give your Immune System Some Support

Love this concoction.  Recently read about the amazing properties of these spices and realized these gems have something special to offer.  With this group you get a laying effect of Anti Bacterial, Anti Viral, Anti Infectious, Anti Fungal, Anti Septic, Anti Microbial, Anti Inflammatory, Anti Cancer, Anti Tumor and Anti Oxidant qualities just to name a few (seriously).

I decided it was worth a try to see what a tea of these gems would taste like and was pleasantly surprised.  The proportions that work for me are equal parts of Oregano, Thyme, Rosemary and Cinnamon; using about a half teaspoon of each with one or two dried clove buds for 2 cups of hot water.

I like to make up a larger mixture of the first four spices to have them ready to go.  Adding the clove at the point of making my pot of tea.  I usually will make a 4 cup pot of tea so that I have some later to either drink cold or rewarm.  It is honestly good booth ways.

I give this to my dog and cat as well just to support them.  Also using this tea when my immune is fighting off an illness.

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  • Chiquita Collins

    How many times a day do you recommend drinking the tea?

    • Maureen Groetsch

      I recommend drinking a pot (4 cups) at the onset of disease in the body. Or if you are just interested in fortifying you immune system drink as often as you like. I tend to drink a pot at a point I feel my body is working on a disturbance.

  • Kim Kacer

    Do you ‘sweeten’ at all, (honey, maybe?) or does the clove & cinnamon make it unneeded?

    • Maureen Groetsch

      I like to sweeten slightly, Honey would work fine. It really depends on your taste buds. But to answer your question… Yes I sweeten with some organic liquid stevia.

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