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The Echinacea flower has been shown to boost immunity, helping to ward off colds and coughs.
Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory, helping to reduce areas of pain and inflammation in the body.
The chamomile flower acts as a sedative effect on the body, encouraging relaxation and restful ease.
Warming herbs such as licorice reduce inflammation in the body, helping to restore it to a state of balance.
Turmeric can also help to remove oxidative stress in the body, protecting the cells.
Holy Basil is also known as ‘The Elixir of Life’ - for good reason!
Echinacea is a powerful herb that has been found to have significant health benefits. It is primarily used as an immune system booster#, and has been known to help with recovering from colds and flu.1
The hibiscus flower tastes like cranberries, and it has a pink colour. Studies on Hibiscus tea may help lower blood fat levels, which are another risk factor for heart disease.2
The root of licorice is a herb that is not just for those with a sweet tooth. It is especially useful for soothing the stomach. One study published in the journal Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine found that licorice helped with stomach ulcers and other inflammatory diseases of the GI tract.3
Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory effect and actually protects the DNA from cell damage, as well as removing oxidative stress from the body. It also helps in relieving bloating and weight loss.4
One of the main benefits of the lovely chamomile flower is it’s calming effect. Chamomile has been known for centuries to be really relaxing, and can also reduce inflammation. In a 2010 study, women who drank chamomile tea for a month noticed that the pain of menstrual cramps was eased.5
The plant Angelica is used to soothe the stomach, and is effective for heartburn and indigestion. The smell is also used to help people quit nicotine!6
If you’re prone to seasickness or nausea, ginger root has been reported to be significantly helpful. It has also been shown to aid digestion, relieving dyspepsia or heartburn by increasing the body’s ability to process food.7
Tulsi is also known as ‘holy basil’ and is known as the ‘elixir of life’. In a study, the leaf extract of tulsi was found to have immune boosting effects among mammal subjects.8
The best recommendations we have for this blend is to prepare a 200ml cup of boiling water. Drop your pyramid bag into the water and wait for 3-5 minutes to drink your Herbaly infusion, depending on how strong you’d like your tea.
This tea should be drank as part of a balanced diet. Seek professional advice before using if you are under medical supervision. Do not drink this tea if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep in a dry place, out of sight and reach of children. Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.