During the cooler months, I make an extra effort to avoid nasty cold and flus. Here is a gluten free tonic for you to make at home:
SOOTHING SORE THROAT TEA
Supports immunity and helps relive symptoms of sore throats and coughs
Ingredients to make 1 cup:
5ml of Olive leaf extract - natural flavour
1 tsp of Manuka honey
1 squeeze of lemon juice
1tsp of fresh thyme leaves
1/2 teaspoon of grated fresh ginger root
1/4 teaspoon ot tumeric root powder
1 cup of freshly boiled water
Add ingredients to a teapot with freshly boiled water.
Brew for 5 minutes.
Pour tea through the strainer.
Stir in olive leaf extract.
Sip while warm.
Drink up to 3 cups throughout the day!
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