Cold Weather Comfort Herbal Tea
When you’re feeling under the weather, nothing beats a soothing cup of tea to warm you from the inside out. Bring warmth and comfort during cold weather season with this soothing and aromatic infusion of spicy ginger, a touch of lemony goodness, sweet licorice, and supportive echinacea.
3-5 minutes at 190° - 210°F using 1 tablespoon of loose leaf tea.
Cups to Grams
100 grams makes 20-25 cups
- Variant: 100 g loose
- SKU: 193114
Ginger root, echinacea root, lemongrass, hibiscus, licorice root, rosehips, cranberry, eleuthero root, orange peel, lemon oil
What's in your cup? Here's a peek behind some of the select ingredients in this blend.
Known for its warming and comforting effects, ginger has a long history of use in food and medicine dating back thousands of years in Chinese and Indian cultures. With anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, ginger has been linked to a wide range of possible health benefits and is commonly used to help digestion, reduce nausea, and aid colds and cases of flu.
Echinacea tea is recognized in traditional western herbalism for its ability to boost the immune system and fight infection. Echinacea is native to the North American prairie and cultivated widely in ornamental and medicinal gardens. For centuries, echinacea has been revered as a sacred herb by plains Native American tribes who continue to use it as a versatile herbal medicine. Found commonly in tinctures, teas, and extracts, echinacea is often used as a natural remedy to prevent illness and reduce symptoms during cold and flu season.
Eleuthero root, also known as Siberian ginseng, is an ancient Asian herb that has been used for thousands of years by herbalists and other natural healers to support general health, fight fatigue, and enhance immunity. Eleuthero is considered an adaptogen, a botanical thought to have a balancing effect on the body’s stress response.
Cold Weather Comfort tea has become part of my morning routine during this cold and flu season. After a cup of Super Irish to get me going I make a cup of Cold Weather Comfort to drink the rest of the morning. I will be ordering more soon. No health claims but so far it has gotten me through the flu season and it’s only crazy if it doesn’t work. 😎