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If you’re sick, then you’ll love these tea recipes for colds.

And since days are getting shorter, nights are getting cooler and you start swapping your daily frozen drink for another one of life’s simple pleasures: a nice hot cup of tea.

You boil the water, pour it in your favorite mug and add a bag of your favorite tea brand.

Old habits are comforting, especially during the winter months.

If you feel more adventurous and want to try a new tea recipe, we have gathered 20 different homemade tea recipes that will bring you richness in flavor, satisfaction for your sweet tooth, and even sickness-fighting properties.

These homemade hot tea recipes not only taste great, but will help you fight your colds.

Plus, these DIY herbal tea recipes will help you feel better faster.

And, these tea recipes for colds will boost your immune system to get better faster.

Take comfort as you indulge!

tea recipes for colds

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tea recipes for colds
  1. Cocoa Tea
  2. “Butterscotch” Detox Tea aka Dandelion Tea
  3. Caramel Vanilla Chai Tea Latte
  4. London Fog Tea Latte (Earl Grey Latte)
  5. Turkish Tea
  6. Instant Russian Tea
  7. DIY Russian Tea Mason Jar Gift
  8. Rose Citrus, Betty and Apple Homemade Tea
  9. Sleepy Time Tea and Cold & Flu Season Tea
  10. Apple Cranberry Slow Cooker Tea

Don’t miss out on adding more benefits to these homemade hot tea recipes. There are many additions that can help soothe your cold plus fight the infection.

Don’t be stingy! Share these tea recipes for colds with your sick friends (the recipe, not the cold)!

tea recipes for colds

My Favorite Tea Products

Tea Kettle

While I love my coffee, I also like to settle down to a hot cup of tea at night. There’s just something about a pretty tea kettle and pretty tasty tea that just helps to calm me down at night. I really go through a lot of tea in the winter.

This tea kettle is great for these DIY herbal tea recipes because you can add all the ingregients inside and let it brew. Easy-peesy!

Plus, a pretty tea kettle like this makes for a great gift especially with some tea recipes for colds.

tea recipes for colds

Tea Ball

While tea bags are great, there’s just something about mixing up your own flavors or even adding great things to a tea bag to spice up your homemade hot tea recipes.

In that case, a great tea ball or tea infuser is needed. Don’t pass up these great infusers to package up with a gift for someone who is sick along with some tea recipes for colds.

tea recipes for colds

Hot Water Kettle: 

So if you don’t want the mess of a tea ball, and love the convenience of a tea bag, then you’ll love these electric water kettles.

I currently have one and I love making pour over coffee with it in the morning, and then tea at night. My kids love using it for hot chocolate and tea all day long.

Mine really got a workout when we all had colds. It was used a lot with these tea recipes for colds.

tea recipes for colds

My Favorite Tea Additions:

Baobab PowderIs one of those great superfoods that you can add to tea! This brand is organic and non-gmo, Kosher and gluten free. Baobab is packed with Vitamin C and electrolytes which will help you get over those colds and flus.

Cayenne Powder: Can help with pain relief due to a cold. It can also aid the congestion of a cold by breaking up the mucus in the sinus cavities.

Cinnamon: Cinnamon has antioxidants and antiiflammitory properties to help build your immune system.

Cloves: Cloves are a great addition to tea to help with inflammation, plus it has antibacterial properties to help you kick those cold bugs!

Elderberry Tea: Of course, Elderberries are great at boosting your immune system to help you fight colds.

Raw Honey: Honey is packed with Vitamin C and antioxidants, and of course, delicious in tea.

Ginger: Can help treat inflammation and help with pain relief due to a cold. It can also help support your immune system, can help clear the nasal passages and help with other respiratory issues.

Maca: If you are feeling low and really need some energy, Maca can help with that!

Tumeric: Packed with powerful antiiflammitory properties that can also help with the natural healing of the body.

As you can see, these homemade hot tea recipes not only taste great, but will help you fight your colds.

Plus, these DIY herbal tea recipes will help you feel better faster.

And, these tea recipes for colds will boost your immune system to get better faster.

 

Your Turn: Do you have any homemade tea recipes for colds? Share with me below!

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