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Remedy - Cold and Flu Click here to enlarge

Remedy - Cold and Flu

$10.90

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Do you need help surviving cold, gloomy winter days and keep colds and flu at bay?

This delicious tea will create inner warmth and is a good all year round tonic.

Aniseed and Fennel Seed soothes coughs and chest infections. Liquorice is helpful in treating upper and lower respiratory conditions and is used extensively in herbal medicine to relieve coughs, colds, sore throats and flu. It assists in fever management and aids in decongestion. Ginger is warming and soothing to the chest and stomach. The menthol in spearmint acts as a decongestant so will help clear your stuffy nose. It also soothes and calms sore, irritated throats. The aroma of Peppermint relieves the symptoms of head colds. It also contains antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic properties so inhale its healthful aroma and enjoy the refreshing taste of this blend.

Ingredients: Peppermint & Spearmint Leaves, Aniseed, Lemon Balm, Fennel Seed, Ginger Root & Liquorice.

Cautions: Liquorice should be avoided if you have high blood pressure.

15 Pyramid Tea Bags (can be re-infused 2-3 times)

The convenient pouch allows the tea leaves, flowers, herbs and large pieces of fruit to move around freely inside, functioning the same as a loose leaf infuser, thereby releasing more essential oils, nutrients and character into the cup. The result is a high-quality flavourful loose leaf tea which is easy to brew.

 

Directions: Infuse 1 Tea Amo bag for at least 5 minutes in freshly boiled water. Best served without milk. Drink 2-3 cups of this tea each day when you feel on the verge of sickness or under the weather, or if you are coming down with or suffering from a cold or flu.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Do not try to self-diagnosis or attempt self-treatment for serious or long-term problems without first consulting a qualified medical herbalist or doctor. Always consult a professional if symptoms persist. If taking prescribed medicines, seek professional advice before using herbal remedies.