Immune Boost Tea
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Support the immune system and nourish your body with the ultimate health tonic. The Immune Boost Tea is perfect for the cold & flu season to help protect and stimulate the immune system, while also reducing the severity of current infections. Each blend has been specially crafted to combine the best organic or wildcrafted herbs to bring you a truly deeper experience of drinking herbal tea.
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Introducing your new best friend…
The NEW Immune Boost organic herbal tea
Using some of nature’s most well researched herbs, this potent bend helps to stimulate and modulate the immune system, reduce stress and lower inflammation.
Due to some of the Immune Boost Tea’s nutritional herbs, it also supports energy with a dose of vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C, K and iron.
What is the Immune Boost Tea good for?
- Common cold and influenza
- Common allergies
- Throat infections
- Iron support
- Adrenal function
- Support stressful lifestyles
- Improve energy
- Overall health tonic
How should Immune Boost tea be consumed?
- Consume daily for overall health and protection throughout vulnerable times such as cold & flu season.
- Consume 2-3 cups per day for current infections.
What ingredients does the Immune Boost Tea contain?
Echinacea root (Echinacea purpurea)
One of the most commonly prescribed herbs to support immune function, echinacea has been shown to reduce infection time and severity.
Medicinal actions: anti-microbial, alterative, antiseptic, diaphoretic and immune system stimulant.
Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
A Traditional Chinese Medicine herb that has been used for centuries to assist good health.
Medicinal actions: stimulant to immune and circulatory systems. Adaptogenic: helps the body adapt to stress.
Liquorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Not just a sweet taste, liquorice helps protect mucous membranes such as a sore throat, and is important for supporting adrenal health such as throughout stressful times.
Medicinal actions: expectorant (improve coughing up of mucous), anti-inflammatory, demulcent (soothes and coats mucous membranes e.g. sore throat), adrenal agent, antispasmodic and mild laxative.
Rosehip (Rosa canina)
The fruity-tasting rosehip shell packs a nutritional punch and is often used for cold & flu.
Medicinal actions: high in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C and K. Used for cold and flu, and minor infections.
Nettle leaf (Urtica dioica)
While considered a pesky stinging weed to many, Nettle is in fact a nutritious herb that can help with allergies, assist iron levels, and improve circulation.
Medicinal actions: astringent, diuretic, tonic, nutritive, circulatory stimulant (improve circulation), promote milk flow, lower blood sugar levels. Source of iron.
Cornflower petals (Centaurea cyanus)
These dainty flowers are not just pretty to look at, they also hold some important health benefits that help compliment the Immune Boost Tea.
Medicinal actions: tonic, stimulant, digestive, liver supporting and immune enhancing.
How many cups of tea will i get?
The general rule of thumb is 1g = 1 teaspoon of tea. 50g will get you about 45-50 cups of tea.
Simply place a teaspoon in a teaball, teapot or other strainer and steep in hot water for 5-10 minutes (the longer the better).
Who shouldn’t drink this tea?
While all of these organic herbs are known to be safe, some of the ingredients may interact with certain medications or health conditions.
Licorice root has been known to raise blood pressure in those with hypertension and therefore should be avoided with this condition.
Caution and professional practitioner advice is recommended if taking the following medications:
The Immune Boost Tea must not be taken if:
- Taking Warfarin or other blood thinners