Tea for Boosting Immune System | COVID 19 Immunity Booster | Ayurvedic herbal tea

Are you looking for a simple but effective herbal tea for boosting immune system? Here is a COVID 19 immunity booster? Enjoy this lockdown food!

If you have been looking for a immune boosting drink, then this is one of the immune system boosting teas. This Recipe for Herbal Tea may be just what you are looking for if you seek alternatives for tea and coffee.

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This natural immune boosting tea recipe can also be used as a herbal tea recipe for winter and a herbal drink for replacing tea & coffee. This immune boosting herbal tea recipe is one of the healthy herbal teas and is a homemade immune system boosting tea – and one of the recipes using Indian spices.

The video is an in-depth coverage, right from how to make herbal tea powder – an immune boosting tea at home to how to brew herbal tea, an immune boosting tea blend and also discusses health benefits of indian spices and herbs

It is important to note that this is not just one of the winter special beverage recipes or one of the winter special non alcoholic drinks. Since the health benefits of herbal tea are many, more specifically, it being a herbal tea for cold and cough, it is one of the healthy herbal teas that can be used all round the year,

Since one of the ingredients is ginger powder, you could call it an immune boosting ginger tea!

Let us now look at the immune boosting tea ingredients for making the herbal tea powder at home, which is one of the healthy alternatives to tea and coffee – and one of the winter special non alcoholic drinks:

1. Coriander seeds – 4 Tbsp
2. Black pepper – 1 Tsp
3. Jeers or Cumin – 1 Tsp
4. Dry ginger powder – 1 Tbsp
5. Cardamom – Few pods
6. Cinnamon – Few pieces

Each of the spices used in this version of herbal tea have a multitude of health benefits. Here we will look at the key benefits.

Coriander seeds contain coriandrin which is known to reduce the LDL cholesterol.
They also stimulate insulin secretion from pancreas,and hence are good for diabetics.
Further, they help soothe an irritated digestive system & relieves bloating, indigestion etc

Cumin helps to reduce gas & bloating
Dry ginger has anti inflamatory properties & anti cancer properties too!
Further, both these also helps in digestion & burn fat – which, in turn helps in weight loss!

Pepper has active ingredient called Pepperine which has antioxidant ,anti inflammatory, anti microbial, & antidepressant properties

One cannot miss the flavour of cinnamon,. This is due to the active ingredient Cinnamaldehyde which, boasts of a long lst of benefits. It is an antioxidant, has anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antimicrobial, anticancer, lipid-lowering, and cardiovascular-disease-lowering properties. It is also been reported to have activities against neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Antioxidants in Elaichi are known to have anti-microbial properties, and contributes to heart health. And of course, cardamon is a popular addin for a wonderful aroma of any tea… and we all know that cardamom is a simple way to reduce bad breath.

So go ahead and enjoy this immune boosting tea at home! Use this COVID 19 Immunity Booster to reduce the probability of getting infected by viruses.

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35 Comments on “Tea for Boosting Immune System | COVID 19 Immunity Booster | Ayurvedic herbal tea”

  1. Hello I do take your jeera tea n is very helpful thk u.i have gastric pblm i have chest pain n feel weak n an emptiness sometimes there..I took medicine for that…do u have any solution for that pls thak u

  2. I know, it's great…but, from childhood I hated the smell of corriander… especially as a drink. But, I love ginger and all other spices/herbs. I kinda of make a masala tea as and when I feel like it. It's not that I dont appreciate the goodness of corriander …but, I just can't drink it. You are actually doing a wonderful service to the community by your amazing videos. Cheers

  3. Thank you for the recipe. Can i prepare the powder and store them and consume them within two months? I dont have much time to do it every two weeks

  4. My mom used to prepare hibiscus tea with hibiscus petals a pinch of jeera,a dash of lime juice and honey. I used to love it. Now we are in apartment and don't get fresh hibiscus and missing that tea.

  5. Hai man.. Shall I add turmeric in it .because of cinnamon you omit. Very very useful to us to know more about Food and medicine.. Thank you 😋😋😋

  6. Can u plz tell me people with which kind of diseases should not be is ng this. I have Bit homocysteine levels, I'm diabetic, high lipid ,B12 defiency.Alsoctell me best time to drink this tea.Awaiting ur reply

  7. Madam, what a nice video, very informative, can u help me to understand if we premix the herbs powder with the tea, can we preserve and have for a long time?

  8. At home we usually make sukku malli coffee every morning during this time of the year . My mom also makes a herbal tea out of tulsi , sangu Pushpam and its leaves. U should try it Akka , sangu pushpam has anti inflammatory and anti oxidant properties .
    I’m having severe common cold now so I’ll make your herbal tea once I head back home

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