Cinnamon - Sprinkle coffee with cinnamon powder or put a cinnamon stick in the cup - this spice has antiviral and antibacterial properties, which is very useful in colder months, while helping to regulate blood sugar and blood triglycerides.
Ginger - coffee can also be added to a little ginger powder - ginger stimulates digestion, reduces inflammation and gases, and also helps with cold symptoms. This spice also relieves arthritis pain since it acts anti-inflammatory.
Cocoa and black chocolate - cocoa flavorless improve circulation, concentration and alertness, regulate blood pressure and act anti-inflammatory. Add a spoon of cocoa powder or place 2 cups of black chocolate in the coffee to dissolve.
Coconut milk and coconut oil - coconut milk is a good alternative to cow's milk, especially if you notice that you are bothered by lactose. Coconut milk and coconut oil contain la-uric acid that stimulates immunity and transforms the body into monolingual, a compound with antiviral and antibacterial properties. As for the amount, you can try coffee first with the addition of 1 cup of coconut milk or 1 teaspoon coconut oil.
Coconut Sugar - this sugar is not obtained from coconut, but from the coconut palm flower juice. It contains less zinc, iron, magnesium and vitamin B complex. Coconut sugar contains inulin that acts as a probiotic and thus stimulates the growth of friendly bacteria in the intestines.
Vanilla extract is traditionally used not only for sweet aroma, but also because of its medical properties. Vanilla stimulates concentration and acts favorably on mood. The vanilla odor also helps control appetite.