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Also called Indian Ginseng, ashwagandha stimulates your infection fighting lymphocytes (white blood cells) and is an important adaptogen herb that helps your body manage stress. Avoid ashwagandha if you’re taking thyroid hormones like Synthroid.
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This versatile herb has antimicrobial, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties, but is also great for boosting your overall immunity.
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Lemongrass is a healthy antioxidant-rich plant with anti-inflammatory properties that support your body and boost your immune system.
The relaxing light citrus-sy aroma of lemongrass paired with the warmth of ginger and turmeric is sure to rejuvenate your spirit and reset your energy metre. This blend excels at supporting anti-inflammation and healthy digestion.
One of the components of turmeric, curcumin is a potent immune system modulator that can modulate the activation of T cells, B cells, macrophages, neutrophils, natural killer cells, and dendritic cells. All of these cells work together to create a strong immune response in the face of infection. Curcumin at low doses has also been shown to enhance antibody response.
What’s in it? organic Assam black tea, organic cinnamon, organic ginger, organic turmeric, organic cardamom, organic pink peppercorn, organic black cracked pepper. **This blend contains moderate caffeine
Power through your day with this energizing organic chai tea, blended with high quality organic Assam black tea, immune-boosting turmeric and a supporting cast of chai spices. Try it cold brewed on ice for a special summer treat!
How it tastes: Licorice-like notes from the turmeric with a light sweet finish.
Enhanced immune response has been reported in multiple clinical research trials that found increased immune response with increased natural killer and T-Helper cells in healthy adult participants. Another study found that participants with acute viral infections that took an aqueous extract of fresh tulsi leaves daily had significantly improved immune response to viral infection.
What’s in it? Licorice, Ginger, Tulsi (Holy Basil), Dandelion leaves, Burdock Root, Rose petals, Elder flowers, Safflower petals.
This blend is packed with powerful wellness herbs! Borrowing from Ayurveda, Native American remedies and sacred herbology, we've sourced a list of ingredients that reads like a who's who of detoxifying herbs.
How it tastes: Fruity cup with a delicious ginger finish.
Licorice contains 2 chemical compounds that have been found to have anti-
Peppermint licorice tea is my new nighttime fave!I purchased some tea for a colleague as a Secret Santa gift and was given a sample to try myself. I have to say, I will never buy another brand of peppermint tea again, this is my absolute favorite. I am hooked on Mashup tea!
What’s in it? Rooibos, Green Rooibos, Honeybush, Camomile flowers, Goji berries, Ginger pieces, Blue Cornflower petals, Ginseng, Natural flavours.
Antioxidants abound in this powerful and caffeine-free ayurvedic herbal blend. This unique combination of mineral-packed, high-altitude South African Rooibos (red tea) along with immune-boosting Goji berries and Ginseng will back you with a power-packed holistic defence!
How does it taste: Herbacious rooibos is mellowed with soft berry notes and a wild apple finish.
What’s in it? Ginger, Tulsi (holy basil), Cinnamon, Anise, Orange and Apples pieces, Star Anise, Pink peppercorns, Orange slices, Safflower petals, Natural flavours.
Wrapping you in sweet scents of licorice, citrus and cinnamon, Philosopher’s Stone will leave you with a zesty finish and a sense of well-being. The road to recovery will not be far off with this cozy tea!
According to natural health and Ayurvedic practitioners, blends made from the leaves of the Tulsi plant are said to boost immunity, acting as an antibacterial element that can protect the body from symptoms of cold and flu. These leaves become even more helpful when combined with a traditional concoction known as kadha, a blend of tulsi leaves, peppercorns and ginger and boiled in water, which are also included in this Zesty Tulsi tisane.
How it tastes: Lightly sweet peppery with notes of citrus licorice. Good anytime.
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Echinacea, or Coneflower, works by stimulating the immune system to produce natural sickness-fighter cells known as killer cells. Studies have shown that echinacea can improve low immune function in some people and reduce the risk of a cold by up to 35%. If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder, avoid echinacea.
What’s in it? Echinacea + strawberry + blackberry + tulsi (holy basil) leaves, chamomile + safflower petals, cranberry pieces, natural flavours
To our ancestors, strawberry and blackberry leaves were known as bioactive-rich and were commonly used to make poultices and tisanes, combating everything from the common cold to inflammation and diabetes.
Similarly, the wellness community has a renewed appreciation for Echinacea and Tulsi and their effectiveness in preventing cold symptoms. Beyond the common cold, American natives have long maintained that Echinacea holds the key to preventing a host of additional illnesses and infections.
How it tastes: Refreshing and cleansing. Lightly tart.
Power tip: To really get the immunity-boosting benefits from tea double up on the loose leaf and really brew it for 30 or more minutes.
*Tea will not cure Coronavirus (COVID19), as some crazily claim, but teas containing immune-boosting herbs can support a healthy immune system when paired with a healthy lifestyle. The extra bonus is that our warming wellness blends will add to your daily hydration and help you relax during this unsettling time.
Medical Disclaimer: Always see your healthcare provider or a pharmacist if you’re planning to mix herbals with prescription medication.
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