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10 Powerhouse Essential Oil Tea Recipes

Essential Oil Powerhouse Tea Recipes
Don't you just get disappointed when purchasing herbal teas from your local grocer? I do sometimes after seeping the tea bag at home. It simply lacks the    flavor that's promised in the box. This has happened to me several times. It almost doesn't matter if you buy a high-end tea or a grocery-brand. It lacks zing. Since I started using doTERRA essential oils, I've started consuming oils internally. I incorporated the essential oils into my tea routine. They are bursting with flavor and are good for you. The oils are potent, I suggest filling a tall mug with hot water. Here 10 essential oil tea recipes for you to try:

Calm In A Cup
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Lavender
Optional soy milk

Orange Tea
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Wild Orange
Optional soy milk

Tummy Tamer
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1 drop doTERRA Ginger

Zingy Tea
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Wild Orange
Optional soy milk

Clear The Mind
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Peppermint
1 drop doTERRA Lemon
Optional soy milk

Immune Support
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA On Guard
Dash of pepper
Dash of cinnamon
Optional soy milk

Chai Tea
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA On Guard
1 drop doTERRA Ginger
1 drop doTERRA Clove
Add frothy milk

Focus Tea
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Bergamot
Optional soy milk

Meditate
1 1/2 cups of hot water
1- 2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Roman Chamomile
Optional soy milk

Sweet and Sassy Tea
1 1/2 cups of hot water
2 teaspoons honey
1 drop doTERRA Spearmint
1 drop doTERRA Lime
Optional soy milk

Click here to learn about essential oils.

 The Sweet and Sassy Tea recipe is my version of a cold drink that was served during the doTERRA Convention in Salt Lake City. The combination of flavors is so refreshing. It works served hot or cold. You can dress it up with a mint leaf or two.

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