Echinacea Elderberry - Immune Support
North American first nations have long known Echinacea to be an effective herb. Today, much research is targeted to understanding its health promoting properties. This Bija tea blend mixes three different types of Echinacea with Elderberry, a plant that has been used for centuries in Old Europe to keep one healthy. Cleansing cranberry and rejuvenating South African Rooibos round out the complex and delicious mix.
Echinacea root and herb ** Echinacea purpurea, angustifolia & pallida Immune system stimulators that help to build resistance to colds, flus, and infections. They increase the production of white blood cells, and improve the lymph glands.*
Elderberry Sambucus nigra Rich in vitamin C, with a rich and delicious flavor that tastes like a mixture of black currants, blueberries and raspberries, they are used to treat inflammation, fever and to soothe the respiratory system. The "flavonoids" in elderberries disarm the spikes on viruses, preventing them from puncturing healthy cells and multiplying in the body.*
Cranberry fruit ** Vaccinium macrocarpon Historically, the cranberry was used to improve the health of the stomach and urinary tract through its anti-bacterial properties.
Rooibos herb ** Aspalathus linearis A powerful anti-oxidant, Rooibos has the ability to boost a declining immune system and can also ease stomach upset.*
Lemongrass herb ** Cymbopogon citrates Characterized by a strong citrus flavor, Lemongrass is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and can help to reduce fevers.*
Licorice root ** Glycyrrhiza glabra Supplies needed energy to the system when recovering from an illness while its anti- viral and anti-inflammatory properties help to ease throat and chest ailments.*
Peppermint leaves ** Mentha piperata Cools the skin, relieves headaches, calms throat muscles to ease coughing and acts as a decongestant and expectorant with anti-viral properties.*
** Organically Grown
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.