A cup of tea can help when you have a sore throat, but why not drink tea ALL of the time. Prevention is the best medicine they say. Tea contains many healing herbs and ingredients. Drinking several cups of tea can boost and support your immune system protecting you from many colds and viruses. Why? The natural elements in Tea, Green Tea and many Herbal Teas fight off natures demons by keeping your antibodies fit and ready to fight them away.

GREEN TEA

Green tea contains polyphenol antioxidants that reduce inflammation in the body, a known trigger of premature aging. These antioxidants also proactively protect cells from damage that can lead to a number of chronic illnesses, making it a super food that offers a broad range of health protection. Green tea antioxidants offer antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral effects that support immunity. Bonus: Its antibacterial properties also fight bad breath. In addition, green tea acts as a probiotic, food for the beneficial gut bacteria tied to healthy immunity. Try some of our favorite Green teas:
• Ancient Green Leaves
• Apricot & Peach Green Tea
• Asian Cherry Green Tea
• Jasmine Green Tea
• Lemongrass Lavender
• Moroccan Mint
• Sencha Green Tea
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green Tea
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green HEMPTea®
• Strawberry Apple Green HEMPTea®

CHAMOMILE

Boosts immune health: Chamomile tea is often promoted as a strategy for preventing and treating the common cold, but evidence for this is lacking. It has also been said to be soothing for sore throats. Try some of our favorite Chamomile teas:
• Chamomile Comfort Herbal Tea
• Serene Herbal Tea

TURMERIC

A truly powerful spice, turmeric is getting lots of publicity for its anti-inflammatory benefits. In addition to pain reduction, turmeric can help to soothe the tummy, and is high in many nutrients such as vitamin B6, iron, & potassium. Turmeric is also beneficial in that it can help regulate the immune system, which can be helpful both to protect your body from illnesses such as colds & flues, as well as those with autoimmune issues. Try our Turmeric teas:
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green Tea
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green HEMPTea®

LEMONGRASS

Lemongrass tea is nutritious and gives your immune system a boost. It is naturally uplifting and helps digestion and reduce inflammation. It’s awesome for the immune system, and is also high in vitamin C and A, both of which are catalysts for supporting your immunity. Try our Lemongrass teas:
• Lemongrass Lavender Green Tea
• Serene Herbal with Lemongrass
• Daily Detox with Lemongrass
• Calming HEMPTea® with Lemongrass
• Daily Detox HEMPTea® with Lemongrass

GINGER

From digestion to reducing inflammation and easing pain, ginger is so healing. It’s super high in vitamin C and other antioxidants, ginger tea is great for immunity. The spicy aroma can naturally open up nasal congestion, helping with colds and flues. Try some of our favorite ginger teas:

• Rooibos Chai with Ginger
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green Tea
• Pineapple Turmeric Ginger Green HEMPTea®

BERRIES

Berries are high in vitamins, especially vitamin C. Berry tea is great for your immune system. Berries can help to reduce inflammation and contain a number of nutrients to help your body get through cold and flu season. Berries contain manganese, copper & folate. Try some of our Berry teas:
• Raspberry Oolong
• Garden Therapy
• Strawberry Apple Green HEMPTea®

HIBISCUS

One of my favorites. Hibiscus is loaded with vitamin C. This Floral tea is so good cold, but hot with honey fixes a sore throat right up. Hibiscus can be a great tea for your immune system. Hibiscus also curbs your appetite. Try one of our favorite hibiscus teas:

• Hibiscus Flower Tea
• Slimming Tea with Hibiscus Flowers

CITRUS TEAS

Citrus Teas are super high in vitamin C. They can help boost your well being and your immune system. Vitamin C has been known to be effective in shortening colds. Citrus is also loaded with potassium, which will help you stay hydrated. Try one of our favorite citrus teas:
• Orange Almond Black Tea
• Lemon Verbena