I get requests from people all the time about things I do to stay healthy, but I've never saved it before...Here ya go, Tia!!! This recipe was written down just for you!!! (And for you, dear reader!)
Okay, I'm finally sitting down to write you this recipe. Whew! I've been a little under the weather, but not with sinusitis! LOL! I haven't been sick in SEVEN months since I started this regimen and you KNOW that's huge for me (I had chronic sinusitis every month and a half for five whole years)!
Sinusitis Prevention Tea
WARNING: This tea is highly addictive and picky children absolutely LOVE it!
I stopped taking antibiotics and started drinking this tea. I take 10 sprays when my throat starts feeling sore, I drink my Sinusitis Tea twice a day, and it keeps the bugs at bay!
Coffee sized mug
1 cinnamon stick (in bulk from Natural Grocer)
1 Tea Infuser spoon (see pic attached) full of Marshmallow Root (Spoon and root in bulk from Natural Grocer)
Spoonful or two of local, raw honey (I like Good Flow from HEB)
10 drops of GSE (Grapefruit Seed Extract is $14 at Natural Grocer)
1 whole dropper full of Echinacea (liquid at Natural Grocer)
1/4 tsp. Slippery Elm Bark Powder (in bulk from Natural Grocer)
Vanilla Hemp Milk to taste
Place cinnamon stick, marshmallow root, GSE, echinacea and spoon with honey in the bottom of a coffee mug. Boil water until teapot whistles then pour it into 3/4 of the cup. Stir with both spoons. Add the slippery elm. Whip (as if whipping eggs) using both spoons. The slippery elm can be tricky to get to dissolve and I've found that the whipping motion really helps. Add vanilla milk to the top.
Once you've bought all these ingredients you'll have enough for a 3 month supply. I suggest putting the herbs in glass jars to store. The Echinacea will go faster than the GSE. The GSE will last you a year. I also recommend that you buy some colloidal silver which will run you $14 for a small bottle or $32 for a large bottle (spray is unnecessary, but I like the spray).
Tea Infuser Spoon
Slippery Elm Bark Powder
GSE (Grapefruit Seed Extract)