Organic Immunity Boosting Tea

Posted by Dani Noto on

Uptown Tea Shop - Premium Loose Leaf Teas and Accessories

Tis the season for colds, flu, and other yucky things. There are lots of nasty bugs going around right now, and this is the time of year I start upping my game to try and help prevent catching something.

On a daily basis, I drink a lot of tea with a lot of antioxidants, which in turn help boost my immune system. I rotate through the Power House Teas of green, white, rooibos, honey bush, and a few herbals, which are proven to have higher concentrations of antioxidants. The flavors depend on my mood and what my taste buds say they want that day. This is where having a tea stash is helpful, as there’s no wrong answer to your choice.

Uptown Tea Shop - Premium Loose Leaf Teas and Accessories

As I am continually scouting for great new teas to bring into the store for you to enjoy, I came across this fantastic organic herbal tea. It is a supportive blend of 14 botanicals for daily immune system maintenance and boosting. And, of course, it tastes really good too. So please welcome to the store our new “Organic Immunity Boosting Tea.”

Organic Immunity Boosting Tea is inspired by a traditional European cold-busting recipe with natural sources of vitamins and polyphenol antioxidants. Organic elderberry, echinacea, and tulsi holy basil help give you a gentle daily immune boost, while calendula and valerian root promote a good night’s sleep. I enjoy this tea any time of the day but am especially enjoying it in the evening.

Another great tea that I like is my Organic Tulsi Cranberry Orange Ginger Herbal Tea. This has been a favorite since I introduced it last year. I love the taste, plus I know I’m giving my body some great tools for improved health.

Two other great teas to have in your toolbox are Cold Season and Well Throat. These teas are of the ancient type of herbal tea called Ayurvedics. They contain a host of unique herbs to support your body.

I hope you try these teas and add them to your Wellness Toolbox.

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