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Stimulating and supportive.
Gets the immune system fired up.*
Reason to Love
Echinacea—or purple coneflower—was used by a number of Native American tribes for hundreds of years before it was introduced into Western herbal traditions in the late 1800s. Today, it is one of the most studied herbs. We love how this pleasant-tasting herbal blend supports a healthy immune system response.*
Mildly minty, with a twist of citrus. You may notice echinacea’s characteristic tongue-tingling effect, a sign of very high quality.
“I make sure to drink it whenever spending time around sick people, haha. The taste wasn't great at first but I got used to it and now it's very refreshing and relaxing to have every morning, delicious! It's the closest thing to a miracle product I've been able to find.”Miaa See All Reviews Write A Review
Let the tip of your tongue tell all…One of echinacea’s distinguishing characteristics is the presence of alkylamides, which are partly responsible for its capacity to stimulate the immune system.* You’ll know that you’ve discovered truly high quality and effective echinacea when you feel a slight tingling on your tongue after drinking the tea.
Don’t worry—the tingling will subside quickly, but echinacea’s effects won’t. With two species of echinacea and echinacea extract, for an extra punch, you’ll be feeling good as new in no time.Supplement Facts How To Brew
Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.
Cover cup & Steep for 10-15 minutes.
Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
Enjoy 5 to 6 cups throughout the day when needed. Good with honey!
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