Immunity Boosting Tea recipe

A sound immune system is essential. A robust immune system will help you to fight off colds, flu, and viruses such as Corona Virus (19). It is not necessary to take artificial boosters to boost your immunity.

Many natural remedies that can be found in the kitchen will help to boost your immunity. Indian spices include many immunity-boosting ingredients. Cloves, ginger, cinnamon, green tea, peppercorns, and other spices are some of the elements.

Immunity Boosting tea is a fragrant, flavorful tea that contains water, tea leaves, cinnamon, cardamom powder, peppercorns, dried ginger powder, licorice, and Nutmeg. Immunity Boosting Tea Powder can be kept in an airtight jar for up to six months.

RECIPE for IMMUNITY Boosting Tea Powder


3-4 Cloves (Lavang)

2 Inch Cinnamon (Dalchini).

10-15 peppercorns (Kali Mirchi)

2 tsp Ginger Powder (Sukha Adrak/Soonth)

2 tsp Liquorice (Mulethi)

5-6 Cardamom Seeds (Elaichi)

1/2 Nutmeg (Jaifal)


Mortar & Pestle is the best way to crush cinnamon, licorice & Nutmeg. Grinding it whole can damage your mixture.

Add all ingredients to a jar of dry mix and grind until a powder is formed.

Could you place it in an airtight container?



Half a cup of water

Green Tea, 1/2 tsp

Tea powder to boost immunity: 1 tsp



Bring water to a boil in a teapot.

Add the immunity-boosting tea powder, and reduce it to 1 cup.

Add green tea leaves and honey/sugar/jaggery. Boil until sugar/jaggery is dissolved (maximum 15 secs).

Filter tea into a cup and enjoy!


Liquorice & Nutmeg is optional.

You can also add some ginger to boiling water if you don’t have any ginger powder.

Add different ingredients, such as tulsi or lemongrass, to suit your tastes.

You can add all the ingredients above to your desired measurement.

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