Make a lime and thyme-infused water to support your immunity

Water for Wellness: Support Your Immune System With This Infused Water Recipe

It’s time to supercharge your water and immune system.

By itself, clean, filtered water provides great benefits to your immune system by flushing out toxins and delivering oxygen to your organs. But, you can get even more from your water. By adding a couple of ingredients, you can add greater support your immune system and amp up the taste, which will make you want to drink more water 😉

Let’s get started!

First things first: Before you pull out your ingredients, you’ll need to start with clean water. If you’re doing this recipe from home, we suggest investing in a water cooler system with built-in filtration. This way, you’ll have a ready supply of clean drinking water at your fingertips.

Recommended Product: Brio Moderna Self-Cleaning Advanced Bottom-Loading Water Cooler

Next, grab LIMES. This citrus fruit is high in Vitamin C and antioxidants. Beyond making your skin glow, the Vit C levels may help to prevent or shorten colds and the flu. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and lowers blood sugar levels (Source: Medical News Today).

Then, pull out your THYME. The herb is packed with Vitamin C, Vitamin A, cooper, iron, fiber and manganese. Known for its antiviral and antifungal properties, this plant is particularly sought out as a natural cough remedy, especially in the form of an essential oil (Source: Healthline). When added to water, it may help to fight against respiratory issues.

Follow the steps below!

  1. Wash your limes and rinse your thyme.
  2. Slice your limes into thin slices.
  3. Place limes and thyme into a mason jar or pitcher. You should add enough to fill 30 - 50% of the container.
  4. Fill the container with clean, filtered water. (Recommended product: Brio Tri-temp 2-stage Countertop Water Cooler w/ UV Self Cleaning)
  5. Place the container in the refrigerator and let it sit for at least 4 hours. For maximum flavor, leave it overnight.

If you prefer a warm beverage, try steeping the thyme in hot water, then add lemon or lime to create a great tasting tea.


Water for Wellness is a weekly series highlighting simple water-based recipes with potential health benefits.

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