Thyroid Anti-inflammatory Energy Tea
Servings Prep Time
1serving 5minutes
Servings Prep Time
1serving 5minutes
  • 12ounces waterfiltered
  • 1Tablespoon MCT Oilsee link below
  • 1Tablespoon butterpastured
  • 1Tablespoon gelatinsustainably-sourced, see link below
  • 1inch nub fresh ginger,cut into several pieces (washed but unpeeled)
  • 1-2teaspoons raw honey or pure maple syrup(depending on how sweet you like it)
  • 1/2teaspoon cinnamonground
  • 1/8teaspoon turmericground, or use saffron 15 threads (which are lovely and balance hormones; see link below)
  • 1/8teaspoon black pepperabout 15 grinds of freshly ground black pepper (optional for AIP)
  1. Heat water in small saucepan while you measure ingredients into blender.
  2. Measure in: MCT oil, butter, ginger, honey or maple syrup, cinnamon, turmeric or saffron, and black pepper.
  3. When water is hot but not yet boiling, turn off heat and add to blender. Add gelatin.
  4. Use caution when blending hot liquids. Blend on medium-high speed for 45 seconds, (to fully liquify fresh ginger).
  5. Serve. Relax while you drink it.
Recipe Notes

These are the saffron threads I buy and love.

Here’s the gelatin I use. You can get 10% off at checkout by entering the code BEAUTIFUL 10.

Here’s the cassia cinnamon we buy in bulk and use in our cafe. It’s orangutan-safe, and the flavor is beautiful.

Here’s the best price on organic turmeric.

Here’s a good quality MCT oil with caprylic and capric acids, for big energy!

Additional Optional Add-in

There’s an herbal tincture I also like to add: licorice. It can be added to the blender before blending or stirred into the hot cup of tea after serving.

Licorice is not only an anti-inflammatory and excellent for the endocrine system (the body’s system of hormones and glands); it also aids in digestion.