So, this is something I’ve been making for a long time now and just never got around to posting it. But it’s so yummy and just such a WONDERFUL option for those of us on the Guaifenesin Protocol who give up tea in order to get our health back.
And it’s so so simple, you will be just tickled pink when you get this figured out! 🙂
So, in my big ‘tea pot’ shown above, I put these in, you can mix and match, play around with it till you get something you like:
a few slices of fresh/dried ginger
pinch of Anise
1 tsp cloves
1 tsp allspice
approx 2 tsp cinnamon sticks- I crush them to smaller pieces, keep them in a jar for easy use 🙂
Steep for an hour or just a few minutes. The longer you steep them, the more flavor and color. I leave mine over night and put it in the fridge the next day. I make mine really strong. Then all I have to do when I want tea is boil some water and pour a little of the pre-made cold tea in there. Works great!
**Please note** Any spice tea that is highly concentrated can block! The idea is to just add a little flavor, not a treatment or tincture to help your health! If yours is very concentrated, please dial it back a bit, just so you’re sure you aren’t blocking your Guaifenesin. A stronger tea is not worth your health and reversal of symptoms! <3
Another option is to try frozen berries in your boiling water! Totally tastes like herbal tea! 🙂 I like them frozen because they seem to release more juices and color than fresh 🙂
Add some sweetener if you like that, and/or some milk! Enjoy 🙂
Check out my Steamer recipe too, for another great sal-free option 🙂