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Immune Boosting Teas

Elderflower (Sambucus nigra) with or without stalks

Treats sinus problems Eases congestion Boosts immune system

Our special mountain Elderflower tea has a powerful antiviral and immune boosting effect, which makes it successful in fighting the many symptoms of cold and flu such as coughs, fevers, sinus infections and respiratory disturbances.

Elderflower is also known for its high antioxidant content and Vitamin C which is great for boosting the immune system. The Sambuccus nigra agglutinin found in Elderflower keeps cell walls barred against viruses. Elder is a vitally important herb for the immune system and should be used as a daily supplement. Daily intake of Elderflower tea is safe and necessary to block viruses.

Elderflower has been used for centuries in drinks to boost health and well-being. Our hand-picked wild Elderflower from the pristine mountains of Bulgaria is particularly potent in flavour and in its beneficial properties.

Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris)

Treats sore throats and coughs
Boosts immune system
Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels

Thyme is a herb that belongs to the mint family (Lamiaceae). Thyme has been used for centuries for the treatment of coughs and bronchitis.

Thyme boosts the immune system, increasing defence against infections caused by microbes, viruses, bacteria or fungi. Thyme also speeds up recovery from illnesses and protects against future ailments.

The ingestion of thyme has also been shown to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

Rosehip Peel (Rosa canina)

Packed with Antioxidants Supports the immune system

Rosehip tea contains high amounts of vitamins that help to fight common colds and flu. This tea contains large amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin A, which support and boost the immune system.

Rosehip & Hibiscus (Rosa canina & Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)

Packed with Antioxidants Supports the immune system Helps to lower blood pressure Boosts liver health

Both Rosehip and Hibiscus contain high levels of flavonoids and other antioxidants. Rose hips are also an excellent source of Vitamin C.

Drinking tea made from Rosehip and Hibiscus provides many health benefits, including boosting the immune system.

Sage Garden (Folia Salviae)

Eases symptoms of sore throats and coughs

Sage has astringent, antiseptic, and antibacterial qualities and this herb has a long history of use for sore throats, coughs, and mouth inflammations.

Sage tea can also help flush out toxins from the body as it’s a natural diuretic and is an excellent source of powerful antioxidants, which can help protect the body against oxidative stress.

Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)

Boosts immune system
Treats cold symptoms
Helps with sleep and relaxation

Drinking Chamomile tea boosts the immune system. The antispasmodic and antibacterial action
of chamomile can also help to reduce coughing and sooth sore throats and other cold and flu symptoms. Chamomile tea is also known for helping with sleep and relaxation making it beneficial for cold and flu recovery.

Lavender (Lavandula)

Fights cold & flu symptoms Soothes and relaxes

Lavender tea contains high amounts of antibacterial and antioxidant compounds that help the body to fight off colds and flu. Lavender tea also contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, Magnesium and Calcium which help to fend off bacterial, fungal and viral infections. In addition, Lavender tea boosts the production of dopamine and reduces the stress hormone known as cortisol, helping to sooth and relax which aids faster recovery.

Linden (Tilia)

Induces perspiration
Reduces fever
Relieves symptoms of cold and flu

Linden Tea enhances evaporation and breathing through the skin, accompanied by an increased secretion of sweat and lowering of the body temperature making it highly effective in the treatment of fever from colds and flu. It is also known to reduce nasal congestion, relieve throat irritations and coughs.