Woodstock Chiropractic

100 Year Lifestyle Chiropractor in Woodstock GA 30189

Digestion and Immunity Enhancing CCF Tea


CCF tea is an acronym for cumin, coriander, and fennel seeds. This combination not only tastes delicious, but aids in digestion and enhances your immunity. It’s the perfect winter time tea. Add it into your daily wellness routine and you will feel the difference!


½ tsp cumin seeds
½ tsp coriander seeds
½ tsp fennel seeds
4-5 cups water


Heat the water in a stainless-steel pot over high heat. Add the seeds. Allow the tea to boil for 5 to 10 minutes, depending on the preferred strength. Strain out the seeds, place in an insulated thermos, and sip throughout the day!

According to Ayurveda, let’s look at each of these herbs to further understand some of the benefits of this tea.


Stimulates digestive fire
Decreases gas
Helps with indigestion
Flushes out toxic waste
Relieves congestion
Contains antioxidants and iron
Soothes inflamed mucous membranes
Improves elimination


Improves digestion
Relieves gas
Helps with many pitta disorders, especially urinary or digestive
Increases digestion and absorption
Treats intestinal disorders
Aids indigestion
Calms muscle spasms
Reduces inflammation—even shown to help with rheumatoid arthritis


One of the best herbs for strengthening your digestive fire
Stops cramping
Increases mental alertness
Promotes breast milk flow
Helps with IBS
Relaxes the digestive tract
Alleviates gas and indigestion
Increases the burning of fat
Moves lymph

If you haven’t discovered the delicious health benefits of tea, now is the time to start! Sipping CCF tea (hot or cold) will keep you healthy and happy all day long!

The post Digestion and Immunity Enhancing CCF Tea appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Share This Post


More Recent Posts

84 Years of Letter Writing

Pen pals, Celesta Byrne and Geoff Banks celebrated their 100th birthdays with their first Zoom video call. They were also celebrating 84 years of letter

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Shhhh…Secrets and Longevity

Most of us have a secret or two. Actually, the average person keeps 13 secrets according to psychologist Michael Slepian. You might think it’s no

Print Friendly, PDF & Email