Have you ever choked down a medicinal tea that leaves much to be desired in terms of taste and smell?
Me too. But don't worry, this cinnamon licorice tea both boosts your immune system and makes your kitchen smell delightfully cinnamon-y and tastes delicious!
With the rough winter weather still holding on, there's a constant battle waging against our immune systems. Let's give them a boost, all while enjoying a mug of this lovely tea!
Cinnamon Licorice Tea
Break cinnamon stick into pieces.
Combine it with the astragalus, licorice, and water in a pot.
Bring to a boil then let steep for 2 to 3 hours on a warm surface, covered. I use my wood stove, but the lowest heat on a normal stove works fine too.
Remove from the heat and let set for a few hours.
Warm it up and drink a full glass once or twice a day.
I add this tea to my kefir, too!
What is your favorite immune-boosting tea?
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