Echinacea & Goldenseal: Savor nature with our new tea blend. Celebrate the healing legacy of these herbs that have gracefully withstood the test of time.
Floral Immunity: Echinacea, a purple coned beauty, isn't just a pretty face. It's a trusted friend for boosting immunity and guarding against colds.
The Yellow Root: Goldenseal, with its vibrant yellow roots, stands tall as a natural antibiotic. Known to aid digestion, fight infections, and soothe skin conditions, this herb continues to enchant with its array of benefits.
- Echinacea's Rich Heritage: Indigenous tribes in North America have long harnessed the health-boosting properties of echinacea, using every part of the plant to craft natural remedies.
- More than a Beverage: Be it a soothing cup of echinacea tea that wraps you in warmth or a handy capsule that's ready to be your shield, this plant is always by your side.
- A Gift from Science: The universe, in all its wonder, has brought us modern research that shines a light on Echinacea's mighty power against respiratory infections and those sneaky flu viruses.
- Words of Wisdom: Just like in life, while Echinacea has much to give, it's essential to tread with mindfulness. Especially if you're on certain medications, it's always a good idea to consult and connect with experts.
- Yum cha teas for cold and flu season: Leverage the healing powers of teas, which not only provide comfort but also come with numerous health benefits such as relief for congested sinuses and acting as bronchodilators.
- Elderberry Lemon Balm Tea: Strengthen your immune system with a tea rich in antioxidants from elderberries and the virus-fighting properties of lemon balm, promoting both better sleep and digestive health.
Elderberry is a type of fruit that has been traditionally used for medicinal purposes. It is believed to have a number of potential health benefits, including:
- Boosting the immune system: Elderberry is high in antioxidants, which may help to boost the immune system and protect against infections. Some studies have suggested that elderberry may be effective in reducing the severity and duration of cold and flu symptoms.
- Reducing inflammation: Elderberry may have anti-inflammatory properties, which means it may help to reduce swelling and inflammation in the body.
- Improving heart health: Some research suggests that elderberry may help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, which may in turn help to improve heart health.
- Supporting digestive health: Elderberry may have a mild laxative effect, which may help to pro
Beloved tea enthusiasts, the age-old question that has been steeped in much debate: Does tea truly hydrate you?' Picture yourself savoring a warm, comforting cup of Puerh tea. It is known for its rich heritage and complex flavor profile. While it carries the essence of both white and green teas, it is important to note that it contains caffeine, a natural diuretic that encourages us to visit the restroom more often. But here's the heartwarming news, dear friends; while tea does encourage a little more movement, the hydration it offers far outweighs the minimal water loss we experience.
- Ginger Tea: Studies show that ginger can help speed digestion as well as reduce intestinal cramping...
- Chamomile Tea: Chamomile can be fantastic for easing digestion and promoting relaxation...
- Peppermint Tea: Peppermint tea can be used to sooth digestive issues by calming bacteria in the gut biome.
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