Winter Warrior


Keep those sniffles at bay and help prevent early signs of illness with this blend of herbs traditionally and commonly used to help fight off, and provide relief from, early signs of colds and flus. Add honey to taste.

SKU: w-tea-win-70 Category:

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Weight 40 g
Dimensions 7.1 × 7.1 × 10.7 cm
Package Size

Jar, Refill


Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is one of the most widely used medicinal plants in the world, and is thought to have been part of the folklore and medicine of native cultures around the world. It has a reputation as a remedy that has use in the cardiovascular, respiratory, immune, urinary, digestive and respiratory systems. It is antimicrobial against a range of bacteria, and has a long history of use as a fever remedy. Its astringency makes it helpful in supporting mucous-related conditions like colds and flu.

Elder flowers (Sambucus nigra) are known to stimulate non-specific immune function, especially in the upper respiratory system. They are anti-catarrhal, and thus commonly used for many ailments of this system including influenza, lung congestion, colds, fevers, dry coughs, sinusitis, chronic nasal catarrh, and deafness due to chronic nasal catarrh. Elder flowers are commonly used for any catarrhal inflammation of the respiratory system, specifically the upper respiratory tract. They are often used alongside other herbs to reduce the duration and severity of flu symptoms.

Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus) is well-known for being mineral-rich and containing high levels of manganese, and moderate levels of calcium and iron, as well as vitamins A and C. It has a long history of use in helping with diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting, and the dehydration and imbalance of salts that comes with colds and flus.

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is renowned as being highly anti-microbial and as a tea, is a popular remedy for fighting off a cold, or sore throat. It is also well-loved for treating coughs as it both produces expectoration and reduces spasm. It is commonly used along with other herbs in bronchitis, whooping cough and asthma.

Ginger root (Zingiber officinalis) is well-known as a warming, circulatory stimulant with anti-microbial qualities. It is commonly used alone or along with other herbs to support the immune system in acute infections. As a circulatory stimulant it helps deliver the benefits of other herbs around the body.


Suggested Use:

Use 1 tsp. tea per cup of boiling water. Cover and steep for 15 min. Drink daily as needed; adults can drink up to 3 cups per day. If symptoms persist, be sure to see your healthcare professional. This tea is intended for short-term use.


If you have a medical condition or are taking medications, consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before using this tea.

This blend contains Ginger root, which should be used cautiously in people with a history of acid reflux/heartburn, in people with gallstones and peptic ulceration.

Consult with your healthcare practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid during pregnancy.

Keep out of reach from children.

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