Spiced Berry ImmuniTea Recipe with Immune Boosting Flower Essences

Posted on October 09, 2016 by Brandy Oswald | 2 comments

Spiced Berry Immunity Tea

What’s better on a chilly fall evening than warm, soothing tea? How about an immune boosting tea featuring our Super Immune Blend and the tantalizing aromas of orange, berry, and spices? This recipe for Spiced Berry ImmuniTea brings all of this and more.

The cinnamon in this tea provides great antimicrobial properties to fight off any fall illnesses that might be creeping in. This tea also provides a nice dose of immune boosting vitamin c from the oranges and berries. To really transform this immunitea into an illness-busting, immune booster, we’ve added a few drops of our very own Super Immune essence blend, featuring the healing powers of elderberry, nettle, and echinacea.

When brewing, this Spiced Berry ImmuniTea sends delicious autumn aromas swirling throughout your home. Imagine returning home and being greeted by the soothing scents of cinnamon, cloves, and warm winter berries. It’s magical!

Put on your cozy socks, cuddle up by the fireplace, and enjoy some wonderfully-scented Spiced Berry ImmuniTea!

 

Spiced Berry ImmuniTea

Serves: 12 cups

Ingredients:

12 c. Water

1 Cinnamon Stick

1 tsp. Whole cloves

2 Whole Star Anise

1/2 Whole Nutmeg (about 1/2 – 1 tsp)

1/8 tsp. Whole Peppercorns

1 Vanilla Bean, sliced open lengthwise

1/2 inch Fresh Ginger

2 Tbsp. Honey

1 Orange, thinly sliced

1/2 Lemon, thinly sliced

1 c. Mixed Berries, fresh or frozen

14 drops of Super Immune Blend

 

Directions:

Add water to a large saucepan. Bring to a boil, then reduce to low heat. Add all ingredients to water, cover, and simmer for 20-30 minutes. Allow to cool slightly and funnel into a mug for serving. For an autumn-scented house, simmer uncovered. Store remaining tea in large mason jars and refrigerate up to one week. Can be served hot or cold.

Posted in Autumn, Health, Winter


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2 Responses

Brandy
Brandy

November 15, 2016

You’re welcome! Enjoy!!

Vicki Albin
Vicki Albin

October 12, 2016

Thanks for sharing the recipe! Will brew up tomorrow!

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