Here is my tried and true recipe for a Bronchitis tea. It really works well. And quick. It even helps my husband with his asthma.
steep 1 tsp. in 1/2 c. water. sweeten with honey or brown sugar. Take 3X's daily.
Goldenseal Thyme Sage and Ginger Tea
1 oz. dried goldenseal or echinacea
Combine ingredients in a mixing bowl; then store in an airtight container. Use 1/4 mixture to 4 cups boiling water, steep 5 minutes, then strain. Sweeten to taste.
Blend 1: Easy Earl Grey
To blend the dry herbs use a ratio of 3 parts black tea, 1 part dried bergamot and a pinch of lavender. Blend well.
Blend 2: Easy Mint
Use a ratio of 6 parts mint to 1 part rosepetals. Blend well.
Blend 3: Morning Tea
Use a ratio of 1 part chamomile, 1 part lemon balm and 3 parts peppermint. Blend well.
Blend 4: Morning Tea To Get You Going
Use a ratio of 4 parts mint to 1 part alfalfa. Blend well.
Blend 5: Afternoon Tea
Instructions: Use 6 parts orangemint, 2 parts lemon verbena, 2 parts chamomile, 1 part orange peel, 1 part hibiscus, 1 part stevia, 1 cinnamon stick and a few cloves. Blend the herbs well.
Use the freshest, driest herbs available to you. Storing the herbs in a glass container is preferred but plastic will do. Steep teas in boiling water for 15-20 minutes for optimal flavour. Enjoy!