Conquer a Cold with Conquer The Cold Tea

February 21, 2012

It seems particularly timely to tell you a bit about our Conquer The Cold tea. The name bears two meanings of course…you can conquer “the cold” by warming yourself with a cup of delicious hot tea. But this tea is special…it’s been specially created to help you battle “The Cold”…as in, the kind that stuffs you up with sniffles and coughs. (The kind that we know half of you are probably doing battle with right now! Sniff sniff….Cough cough…)

This tea is a delicious blend of eight wellness ingredients that help to prevent colds and alleviate symptoms, as well as speed up the healing process. This tea is action-packed with anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, and botanicals to help you heal and keep you healthy.

It’s made of a proprietary blend of herbs and roots including Echinacea, Burdock Root, Feverfew, Lemon Peel, Licorice Root, Marshmallow Root and Mullein Flowers. Taken together, they create a wonderful tea that helps you get well when you’re feeling down.

Each ingredient is specially selected for its specific prevention or healing properties. Echinacea is herbal medicine’s first choice of treatment for colds and depressed immune systems. Licorice Root is most commonly used to treat coughs and colds. Licorice is especially useful for treating coughs with sticky phlegm, or for treating colds that accompany stomach upset. Marshmallow Root relieves irritation by coating inflamed surfaces. Its primary use in modern herbal medicine is to relieve sore throats. The soothing mucilages of Mullein Flowers coat sore throats and make coughing more productive.

This is an exclusive tea that we hand-blend just for you.

Care to read a bit more about the plants that bear these healing herbs? Explore them here.

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