Teas are a wonderful way to add some quiet to the busy rush of our days. This healing tea from my book Thyroid Healing will do just as much for your spirit as for your thyroid and the rest of your body. As you drink, take a moment to pause and calm your heart and mind. What a miracle that such healing foods are available to us here on the earth!
Get this healing recipe below and discover what the incredible foods in this recipe can do for you in the below excerpt from Thyroid Healing…
Thyme: An incredible antiviral that’s integral to cleaning up every thyroid disease. Its nutritional compounds get into the thyroid, killing off EBV there and allowing the thyroid to regain control of itself, while this valuable food also knocks down the viral load throughout the body, helping to relieve a multitude of symptoms.
Fennel: Fennel seeds contain an aspirin-like compound with a deflating quality that acts as an anti-inflammatory to a thyroid flared up by EBV. This calming of the thyroid helps improve its hormone production.
Lemon balm: This pleasant and mild-tasting herb is a powerhouse against EBV and its cofactor strep. It kills off and repels viral and bacterial cells in the thyroid, liver, and spleen with its alkaloids and other key phytochemicals, while also helping to strengthen lymphocytes so the immune system can fight off the virus. While amazing for the first onset of EBV symptoms in the mono phase of the virus, lemon balm will also give you a boost no matter what your stage of EBV, and it’s great for dampening nodule growth.
Raw honey: The best replenishing fuel there is to feed and revitalize the thyroid. The glucose and other nutrients in raw honey practically get mainlined into the thyroid to feed the gland. Medical science doesn’t yet have its finger on the pulse of the symbiotic relationship between honey and the thyroid. An antiviral, too, that helps fight EBV with its zinc content.
Find out more about the top healing foods for the thyroid and overall health in Thyroid Healing.
Thyroid Healing Tea
2 cups water
1 teaspoon thyme (ideally fresh, but otherwise dried thyme)
1 teaspoon fennel seed
1 teaspoon lemon balm
2 teaspoons raw honey (optional)
Bring 2 cups of water to boil in a small saucepan. Add thyme, fennel seed, and lemon balm. Turn off the heat and allow the tea to steep for 15 minutes or more. Strain the tea and pour it into a mug. Stir in honey if desired and enjoy!
* Store-bought tea bags can be used as well when loose tea is not available. Use one tea bag each of thyme, fennel seed, and lemon balm.
* Either fresh or dried thyme and lemon balm can be used.
Learn more about how to restore your thyroid in my new book Thyroid Healing
This item posted: 27-Dec-2017
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