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Herbs you can grow for immune boosting tea | The Armidale Express

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Living through a pandemic has no doubt brought the idea of staying healthy to the front of people’s minds all over the world. A key thing to look at when thinking about your health, is how to keep your immune system healthy. This can happen in a range of ways, including drinking cups of herbal brew daily. I like to call it … “immune-a-tea” and it only needs a handful a great herbs. The best news, all the herbs you need for this tea are really hardy and quite easy to grow. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) Peppermint (Mentha piperit) Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Calendula (Calendula officinalis) You may also like: Pick equal amounts of the above plant, specifically the leaf of lemon balm, thyme, peppermint, the flower of the calendula and the leaf and flower of the yarrow. Put them all in a large tea pot, add boiling water and cover it with a lid to steep for at least 10 minutes. Then drink one to three cups per day for maximum immune boosting benefits. Yes! If you’re not able to grow your own, you can buy dried herbs from a shop. Thyme leaf Thyme leaf can help as a lung tonic, is anti-bacterial, antispasmodic (for coughs) and a relaxing expectorant (helps loosen mucus). Peppermint leaf Peppermint leaf is helpful for digestion, is anti-bacterial, anti-spasmodic and a diaphoretic (induces fever). Calendula flowers Calendula flowers offer anti-inflammatory qualities, help with wound healing, are immune stimulating and anti-bacterial. Lemon balm leaf Lemon balm leaf may relieve anxiety, is antiviral, helps digestion, helps lift mood and is a diaphoretic (induces fever). Yarrow leaf and flowers Yarrow leaf and flowers are a diaphoretic (induced fever), tonic and has adaptogen qualities for relieving stress. I consulted with our local naturopath Moncia Fancia from Goulds Naturopathica and Hobart Herbalists Without Borders, who provided this recipe. We wish you all good health. Check out how you can save with the latest deals for your home and garden with discount codes from Australian Coupons.

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