Individually these herbs are revered for their healing properties but blended together they create a delicious tasting, healthful sensation. Rooibos & Tulsi contain anti-oxidants and, along with Echinacea, eleuthero root and pau d'arco, may aid the immune system. Tulsi Immunitea brews to a golden hue and has a light, earthy, slight lemon-mint taste with gentle ginger notes.
Ingredients: Organic green rooibos, organic tulsi, organic echinacea purpurea root, organic eleuthero root, organic ginger root, wildharvested pau d'arco, organic peppermint, organic lemon myrtle, organic oat tops, organic stevia.
Brewing: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz of boiling water. Steep for at least 5 minutes. Steeping longer (up to 10 minutes) will release more of the herb's healthful properties but may be too strong for some people. Not recommended with milk, however, a touch of your favorite sweetener may be added.
Please Note: The information given here has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
||Bitter but Delicious
|This tea was delicious! It does have a bit of an acrid first taste that you get paste to really savor the flavor. it is light, and I believe the "Immunitea" in the name. I regularly have sinus infections and tea assists with the symptoms. Since I started drinking this tea, my number of infections have diminished. Whether that is due to environmental changes, the tea's properties, or just belief in herbal cures, I don't know! But I know it has been delight to have relieved symptoms even if from placebo. The tea is bitter, but not any less delightful. As far as sweeteners go, I have tried truvia, honey, cream, and a few other things. Honey seemed to be best, but the tea does stand well on it's own.|
|- BETHANY GILES, MD|