Immune Boosting Bone Broth Recipe

Immune Boosting Bone Broth Recipe

Kristen Gill
4 minute read

Its that time of year where we replace our light flowy dresses with cozy knit sweaters and our bodies begin to crave warming flavours and roasted veggies that grow underground. This transition happens automatically as our bodies require different vitamins, minerals and nutrients during different seasons, this Fall / Winter season we are sharing our favourite go-to bone broth recipe to support you during these dry, cold months. 

For those new to bone broths or need a quick refresher of their goodness, they have been used for decades as one of the most medicinal foods in many cultures. Having bone broth on standby to add to your everyday recipes or warming up a cup each day will help you to improve digestion, boost immunity, increase college in the skin, easily absorb minerals and reduce inflammation, there's very few things bone broth can't support which makes it our daily go-to!

We created this specific recipe to have an extra dose of immune boosting properties by using our Immunity Tea Blend and adding extra ingredients such as ginger and tumeric. Plus the probiotic benefits of miso paste, dense minerals from seaweed and a variety of vegetables for daily vitamins. This recipe is designed for you to make it your own and add / remove anything you feel called to for your current needs. (As I gather the ingredients for this recipe I ask myself how I am feeling and where do I feel sluggish in my body, then choose ingredients to support those needs).

Please note that this recipe can easily be made into a vegetable broth instead of using animal bones.



You may be worried at the thought of "medicinal bone broth" tasting awful but this couldn't be more untrue, this recipe has a rich warming flavour with hints of: spice, pepper, sweet onion, sour apple, salty sea and sweet tea.


bone broth recipePhoto by Kris Gill


  • Chicken or beef bones (you can substitute for vegetable broth too!)

  • Apple cider vinegar

  • Miso paste

  • Dried seaweed 

  • WOASH Immunity tea blend of elderberry, honeybush, lemon verbena ginger, cardamom, cloves and elderberry.

  • Raw turmeric + ginger

  • Peppercorns

  • Green Apple

  • Fresh or dried herbs - I like

    • Thyme - incredible and often overlooked herb for upper respiratory congestion and inflammation.

    • Sage - an amazing immune boosting herb for its properties that defend inflamed mucous membranes. 

    • Stinging Nettle - is a great antihistamine and anti-inflammatory herb packed with vitamins and minerals

    • Ashwagandha - a vogue herb for good reason with its nervine properties to reduce stress hormones and increase vitality.

  • Any veggie scraps you have left over. I used carrots, onion and celery typically!


Bone Broth Benefits

Each ingredient plays a significant role to a variety of health benefits and can be added, removed or swapped out to make the most nourishing bone broth for your unique needs. This recipe has the natural benefits of anti-inflammatory, stimulating expectorant (moves stagnant fluid and mucus), immune boosting, antibacterial, common cold symptom soothing, vitamin and mineral rich, probiotic gut balancing, improving digestion, college inducing and a dose of amino acids. Implementing a rich bone broth into your daily life will quickly become a wellness routine staple for its endless benefits and delicious flavour. 



  1. Put all of your chosen ingredients above into a slow cooker or large stove pot:

    • 2 - 4 pounds of chicken or beef bones

    • ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar

    • 2 - 4 tbsp of miso paste (this can drastically change the taste of your bone broth so depending on your desired outcome)

    • Handful of dried seaweed

    • ¼ cup of Immunity Tea

    • 2 inches of raw peeled turmeric and ginger chopped into larger pieces

    • 1 tsp of whole-peppercorns

    • ½  green apple chopped into large cubes

    • Handful of fresh herbs 

    • Any and all veggie scraps you can fit in your pot

  2.  Fill your pot with water

  3.  Bring to a boil and skim the top of any foam or residue that floats

  4.  Reduce to simmer and cook for 12 - 24 hours

  5.  Once it’s done cooking for your desired amount of time remove bones with tongs, dispose and sift the remaining ingredients until you have your bone broth remaining. 

  6. Store it in the fridge.

  7.  Sip 1 warm cup per day like tea or use it in your cooking.



This is a great recipe to have on hand to add to your daily recipes, putting it into freezer safe containers to use anytime is a great addition to meals and a time saver!





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