Ginger to the rescue - don't say na na na

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Chop onions and celery; add to large pot with one tablespoon of oil  ( I recommend coconut oil as it can be cooked at high temperatures without losing its nutritional value)

In a pot, boil your water. Slice finely, or cut/pound the above ingredients to release the phytonutrients, fragrance and oils. Throw the cut ingredients into the boiling water, turn fire down to simmer for 5-7 minutes When done, turn off the fire and cover the pot with lid. Let the tea steep for about 20-30 minutes. Strain. Add 1 tablespoon raw honey or stevia for taste if desired. Drink warm.

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