Recharge your immune system.This nourishing blend was created to be your go-to the second you feel a cold, sore throat or signs of burnout kicking in. Whether you’ve been going, going, feel run-down, or just need some extra support, this soothing tea will help boost your immune system. Lemon and honey water just got a makeover!
Is known to reduce the length of common colds
May relieve symptoms of general sickness
May ease respiratory infections
A dose of Vitamin C to help strengthen your immune system
Servings: 12 - 14 cups / 40 g
Flavor profile: Boldly balanced between sweet and spicy –– think warming chai tea with a hint of sweet berries and honey.
All ingredients are caffeine-free, flavoring-free, sweetener-free, and Certified Organic.
Honeybush Rooibos: Known for its antioxidants and Vitamin-C minerals like zinc, iron, magnesium, calcium and potassium –– all the essentials we need to boost our immune system. Known to be a calm but feisty fighter for damaged cells.
Elderberries: Traditionally used to help relieve upper respiratory infections, elderberries have long been revered for its antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant-rich properties for years. They can be especially handy when a fever hits our system, by working to release the heat from our skin.
Ginger: Known as the perfect anti-inflammatory ingredient to warm up our body, decrease congestion and provide potential relief from coughs and sinus issues.
Lemon Myrtle: Another hit of Vitamin C and crucial to boosting our immunity –– antiviral and antiseptic lemon myrtle has been used to soothe our cold and flu symptoms for years.
Cardamom pods: A warm and cozy spice that contains Vitamin C, antioxidants and antimicrobial properties.
Cloves: A comforting spice that may relieve and support our immunity with its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Drink IMMUNITY when: You feel symptoms of sickness kicking in (start with two cups a day), or sip it daily when you tend to feel more run-down.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.