4 Wellness Elixir Recipes to Boost Your Immunity This Season

In order to stay healthy, carve out some time for a daily elixir.

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Coffee Elixir

Unlike traditional coffee, this adaptogen elixir won’t stimulate or irritate your adrenals, give you the jitters or irritate your bowels. It will support your body, brain, hormones, immune system and provide a natural stimulation and alertness. Find out how to make the best adaptogen elixir for balancing your hormones.

Get the recipe for our Coffee Elixir.

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Ginseng Elixir
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Ginseng Elixir

Ginseng is a powerful and popular herbal remedy, commonly used in Chinese medicine. We often see it promoted in drinks and supplements purported to increase energy, stamina, and longevity. It can boost energy without the jitters that too often come with caffeine, and it can also help reduce feelings of stress, boost the immune system and much more. (Learn more about ginseng’s additional benefits here.)

Get the recipe for our Ginseng Elixir.

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Elderberry Tea

Curious about elderberries? These small, bluish purple berries are grown across Canada and can be found at your local farmers’ market.

Elderberries are rich in antioxidants and they’re a great source of vitamin C, so it’s not surprising that this tea is helpful for warding off the flu. Here are some more ways to add this immune-boosting fruit to your diet.

Get the recipe for our Elderberry Tea.

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Fire Cider Brew

This fire cider isn’t a one-ingredient wonder — instead it’s a potent concoction of ingredients that will undoubtedly offer you health insurance as you make your way through the winter season.

Get the recipe for our Fire Cider Brew.

Next, read up on what fast food actually does to your immune system.

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