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Strong Herbal Flu-Fighting Tea Recipe

by Andreea Laza

If you’re looking for a flu-fighting tea recipe because you’re allergic to antibiotics, you’re at the right place and time.

The powerful herbal flu-fighting tea concoction here has been successfully used by people who are allergic to conventional antibiotics, to fight flu and flu-like symptoms. It is a strong tea, loaded with herbs that act as natural antivirals and antibiotics. You can make this tea whenever you feel weak, have a fever, or feel that you’re on the verge of coming down with flu.

Herbal Flu Tea for People Allergic to Antibiotics

Natural Alternatives for Antibiotics

Most of us know how harmful conventional antibiotics are to the human gut. If you experience allergic reactions to synthetic antibiotics or just don’t want to use them, I recommend that you also read our article 10 strongest natural antibiotics and how to use them. Without further ado, let’s get into the herbal flu-fighting tea recipe.

Powerful Herbal Flu Fighting Tea Recipe


  • 3 tbsp basil
  • 2 tbsp thyme
  • 2 tbsp lovage
  • 5-6 yarrow flowers
  • the shells from 5 mature walnuts
  • 2 l of water


Bring the water to boil in a pot. When it starts boiling add the plants and walnut shells (washed). Cover the pot with a lid, and boil for about 1-2 minutes. Allow the tea to cool slightly.

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How to Use

Drink 1 cup 3 times a day for 1-2 days. Have this tea at the early stages of flu or cold for best results.

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This flu-fighting tea recipe will lower the fever immediately because it makes the body sweat profusely. This helps kill off flu pathogens and is also beneficial against allergies. Other herbs that have strong anti-flu effects are broadleaf plantain, yarrow, and mint. Oregano herb and oil are also very strong natural antibiotics, just like thyme.

Herbal Flu-fighting Tea Recipe for Those Allergic to Antibiotics


Fran September 3, 2022 - 19:04

You recipes are interesting but where the heck do you find yarrow and lovage, those types of ingredients? I have no idea where I can obtain these things in fresh forms.
Thanks, Fran

Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza September 8, 2022 - 07:20

Hello, Fran! You can use dried herbs instead if you don’t have fresh herbs available. Lovage, for instance, it’s an aromatic herb used in cooking and you can grow it yourself, while yarrow is a very widely-spread medicinal herb that grows all over the place. You can check our supplements page and you will find there most of the herbs and supplements that we recommend. Here is the link: https://www.mynaturaltreatment.com/supplements/ Much health to you! 💚🌿


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