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Get Well Tea

R85.00

Ginger, Nettle, Thyme, Elderberry and Echinacea Infusion.
A cold and flu remedy for immune support and symptom relief.

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Description

The immunostimulating properties of this blend make it a first-rate remedy for colds, flu, bronchitis, and other respiratory infections. By potentially increasing the number and action of white blood cells, it may be useful for low immunity resulting in repeated infections and antibiotic resistance. It may also prevent and speed up recovery while relieving symptoms such as a sore throat, catarrh, body pain, congested mucus, fevers, and coughs. This blend might increase circulation and support major detox organs. Take it at the onset of a cold or flu for best results.

Flavour profile: A herbaceous taste accompanied by the warm sensation of a gingery spice with a slightly sweet undertone. A slice of lemon will compliment it well.

Reviews:

“This tea is truly amazing! I struggled with a really bad flu and chest infection for about 2 months. 2 visits to the doctor, 2 courses of strong (and expensive) antibiotics, still not better and fed up, Roxanne gave me some of this tea. I stopped all medication and drank this tea religiously and within a day or two my chest infection cleared and I felt sooooo much better!!! Will never use anything else ever again!!!”

– Marelize Stones 

“I love my Get Well Tea. Especially now in winter I’m using it often keep the cold and flu away.”

– Lesia Smith

Properties: Adaptogen, Alterative, Analgesic, Antibacterial, Antibiotic, Antiemetic, Antihistamine, Anti-inflammatory, Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antiviral, Astringent, Blood building, Carminative, Circulatory stimulant, Decongestant, Diaphoretic, Digestive, Diuretic, Expectorant, Febrifuge, Haemostatic, Immune tonic/immunostimulant, Relaxant

Ingredients: Ginger, Nettle, Thyme, Elderberry and Echinacea

Caution: Not to be used when pregnant. Might decrease blood sugar and pressure. Consult with your health practitioner before taking herbs while on medication.