Traditional Indian Immunity-Boosting Tonics

Ginger Tea

Ginger has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. Ginger tea is one of the best home remedies for an upset stomach and can also go a long way in boosting immunity. All you need to do for making ginger tea is take three cups of water in a pan and add freshly chopped ginger to it. Bring the water to a boil and then add tea leaves and honey to it. Finish the tea off with a little bit of lemon juice.

Turmeric And Black Pepper Tea

Turmeric has potent antioxidant properties, all thanks to the presence of curcumin. It has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.Pepper aids the absorption of curcumin by the body making this a great immunity boosting tonic.

Garlic And Honey

Garlic and honey are both immunity-boosting foods. All you need to do is peel some garlic cloves, crush them and place them in a glass jar. Cover them with raw, organic honey and let the jar sit for a few days to let the two foods get infused. Refrigerate the jar and have half a teaspoon a day for this potent immunity booster.

Cinnamon And Honey

Honey and cinnamon have multiple benefits, from curing constipation to combating allergies and even regulating blood sugar levels. This concoction can also help in natural detoxification of the body, if consumed first thing in the morning. To make this immunity-boosting tonic, soak some cinnamon in a glass of warm water overnight and then add a teaspoon of raw organic honey to it.


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