This tea is based on one of the first blends I would make for myself years ago, so I have a soft spot for it. Budding herbalist nostalgia aside, you’re going to want to have this tea on hand. You know you or one of your loved ones will get a cold this year and this blend will help make you feel better when you’re stuffed up and coughing. Very few things are more comforting than a hot cup of tea when you’re sick and this blend goes above and beyond by not only tasting good, but loaded with herbs and fruit that promote wellness during a cold. At $6.50 a bag, that’s a whole lot of comfort for a little bit of money.
Europeans have been using elderberries and rosehips for centuries as a way to stave off colds, as they are natural sources of vitamin C, among other things.
This blend contains peppermint, elderberry, rose hips, hyssop, lavender, chamomile and echinacea