NO. 109 IMMUNITEA - ORGANIC

** Formerly known as Heal **

A healing blend of powerful, immune-boosting herbs for when you feel you need a little lift, or to ward off colds and flu. This delicious, uplifting infusion will warm the cockles of your heart and help restore balance and wellbeing.  Drink this tea every day to keep the doctors at bay.

Enjoy:  All day.  Carry a flask full of piping hot tea to enjoy on your cold morning commute or when you're surrounded by coughs and sneezes.  

Brewing:  Pour water just off the boil over one heaped teaspoon of leaf per cup.  Infuse 3-5 mins.  Serve as is, or with a drizzle of honey for a bit of soothing sweetness and extra antibacterial qualities

Certified Organic Ingredients: Lemongrass, ginger pieces, echinacea, ginseng, calendula petals, fennel seeds, peppermint leaves, lemon myrtle.

CALENDULA: A well-known immunity booster with anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antimicrobial  properties.

ECHINACEA: A popular cold and flu preventative that may assist in ridding the body of infection while boosting immunity.

FENNEL: A warming stimulant for the body, fennel may help to ease flatulence while ramping up a sluggish digestive system. Nursing mothers may find it beneficial to assist in increasing lactation. 

GINGER: A warming circulatory stimulant that may aid in a range of digestive issues including flatulence and nausea. Anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties make it handy around cold and flu season. 

GINSENG: Adaptogenic properties make it an ideal herb that may help the body deal with stress, with stimulating actions that may assist in increasing stamina.

LEMONGRASS: A refresh for the senses this nervine is a helpful ally for reducing stress and anxiety, with carminative actions to aid digestive issues.

LEMON MYRTLE: A wellness and immunity booster that is full of antioxidants.

PEPPERMINT:  Known for its cleansing, clearing and refreshing properties. Being an acclaimed digestive aid, peppermint may also help to settle the stomach in motion and morning sickness.