The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

To keep the body in good health is a duty…otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind sharp and clear.


Happy post Labor Day friends! We are officially through our last summer holiday weekend & if any of you celebrated as much as I did, it is time to detox. I foresee a lot of leafy green salads, green smoothies & anti-bloating tea in my future!

While I was hoping for a long relaxing weekend full of football, I ended up developing a fun case of acute bronchitis that kept me sleepless most nights & coughing all day. In an effort to kill two birds with one stone (detox from the weekend AND cure my sickness) I will be chugging tea for the next week.

A few years ago I created this concoction when I was trying to detox after a long weekend of tailgating & the bars. Then I got really sick my final year of graduate school where I literally had a bad cold for 6 months, I tried every remedy I could think of to get rid of the cold but nothing worked. Finally I made this tea and within days felt better. It is a miracle worker!

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

6 simple healthy ingredients = one delicious & multiple use elixir!

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

Why use ginger in your tea?

Ginger has so many health benefits. It is used for antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and anti-ulcer activities. Ginger is also considered as one of the best detoxifying herbs. I ran out of ginger root (and didn’t feel good enough to go to the store to buy it) so it wasn’t used here but I would highly recommend it for your recipe.

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

What are the health benefits of cayenne?

Cayenne, like ginger, has so many health benefits associated with the spice. Just to name a few it: boosts your immune system, aids in digestion, defends against bacteria, lowers blood pressure and relieves headaches.

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

Be aware, the spices/herbs will settle at the bottom of your tea when inactive. Simple shake or stir your tea before pouring it out for individual use to obtain all of the detox/cold fighting benefits!

The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea


The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea

This tea definitely has a little kick to it, but thankfully it is shocking your system for all of the right reasons. Between the tumeric, cayenne and ginger, you are aiding your body with a multitude of healthy spices & herbs.

In an effort to tame the taste, warm your tea before serving. It not only tastes better that way but it also allows the spices to blend together more to create a less bitter flavor!

Whether you use this Anti-Bloating & Cold Remedy Tea for its immune boosting or digestive qualities it won’t let you down!





The Best Anti-Bloating (& Cold Remedy) Tea
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4 servings
Author: laurel
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1 liter water, warm
  • 2 tsp agave nectar
  • 1/4 tsp ground ginger (fresh or powder)
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric
  • 1/8 tsp cayenne
  1. Warm your water over stove, do not bring to boil. Remove from heat and set aside. 

  2. Into large pitcher add water.

  3. Next add in agave, ginger, turmeric & cayenne. 

  4. Using large spoon, stir to combine all ingredients. Serve warm & enjoy!

Recipe Notes
  • Your spices will move to the bottom of the pitcher when sitting for a while. Remember to stir to combine before serving.
  • Best served warm!

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