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Tea for flu

Is there anything better than a warm cup of tea when you’re feeling under the weather? Tea can help warm your body, relax your tense muscles, and ease a sore throat. But herbal teas have even more benefits. They can fight viruses, boost your immune system, keep you hydrated, and help defend your body from the flu.

 

This time of year, it’s easy to get sick. Natural remedies made with herbs for colds and flu symptoms can be a great way to combat the icky feelings, too. But for those times you just want to curl up with a soothing cup of tea? Here are the best herbal teas for colds and the flu.

 

5 Best Herbal Teas for When You’re Sick

Be Well Tea

Our handcrafted Be Well tea is bursting with immune-boosting properties. It’s blended with popular herbs for fighting the flu: echinacea, eleuthero, elderberry, nettle, ginger, licorice root, and orange peel. It’s an amazing tea for flu symptoms and has a soothing, delicious flavor.

 

Rosehip Tea

Rosehip tea is one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C out there. That makes it an excellent herbal tea for colds and sore throat symptoms to fight off the infection fast. Besides vitamin C, it’s packed with tons of other necessary vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, E, calcium, iron, zinc, and more. So, it helps boost circulation and flush the toxins out from your body, while replenishing your body’s depleted vitamin and mineral stores.

 

Lemongrass, Ginger and Sage Tea

Try your hand at creating a homemade tea for colds! Lemongrass, ginger, and sage together make a potent antiviral tea. Lemongrass flushes toxins from the body while keeping your lungs healthy and clear. Ginger improves digestion and relieves any nausea you may feel. It’s also great for reducing inflammation in the body. And sage is a powerful antiseptic and astringent. It helps prevent laryngitis and fights sore throats. Plus, it’s rich in vitamin K, something we often don’t get enough of but definitely need to keep our bodies strong.

 

Cayenne, Garlic, and Ginger Tea

Another homemade tea to help fight the flu, this one is quite strong to say the least. Cayenne helps raise the body’s temperature to fight viruses and improves blood circulation. Plus, if you have a migraine from your sickness, it can help relieve it. Ginger helps reduce inflammation and flush out toxins through your digestive tract. And garlic is a powerful antibacterial herb, improving respiratory issues and detoxing the body. Together, the three make for a powerful sickness-fighting tea. Try adding honey to soften the taste and add more antibacterial properties.

 

Marshmallow Root, Cardamom, and Cinnamon Tea

Marshmallow root is fantastic for when you’re sick. It treats coughs and colds by soothing your throat and body with its large concentration of mucilage. It boosts the immune system, and helps ease stomach pain, too. Cinnamon can help many health issues. It regulates blood sugar, relaxes muscles, and improves circulation and breathing. Cardamom can help break up mucus in the lungs and kills bacteria that cause sore throats and other cold symptoms. This blend of herbs isn’t as strong as the cayenne, garlic and ginger blend, but you can still add honey to sweeten it and boost its healing powers.

 

Stay Well, Sip Tea

Which blend with help you get to feeling better now? If you’re out of one of the herbs mentioned here, shop our herbs & spices or check out all our handcrafted teas.

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