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    8 reviews

    Respiratory Relief Tea

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    Organic Ingredients: Mullein Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Bark, Licorice Root, Catnip Leaf, Lemon Balm Leaf, Citrus Peel and Stevia Leaf.

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    Highlights

    • Made with all organic ingredients
    • Intended to soothe irritable coughs and sore throats
    • Safe for nursing mothers and children
    • All herbs used are USDA certified organic
    • Caffeine free

    When to use

    • Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 10-20 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water
    • Leaves can be reused again later the same day for another cup
    • To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz per quart of water and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.
    • Drink as needed

    Product Facts

    • Form: Loose Tea
    • Serving Size: 2-3g (1 tbsp)

    Lifestyle Restrictions

    Not safe for pregnancy

    Safe for nursing

    Safe for children

    Stages to Use

    Highlights

    • • Made with all organic ingredients
    • • Intended to soothe irritable coughs and sore throats
    • • Safe for nursing mothers and children
    • • All herbs used are USDA certified organic

    When to use

    • • Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 10-20 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water
    • • Leaves can be reused again later the same day for another cup
    • • To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz of loose tea and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours
    • • Drink as needed

    Product Facts

    • Form: Loose Tea
    • Serving Size: 2-3g (1 tbsp)

    Lifestyle Restrictions

    • Not safe for pregnancy

    • Safe for nursing

    • Safe for children

    Stages to Use

    BENEFITS


    A loose tea herbal blend for use in preparation of a tea or syrup for cought and chest congestion.

     

    Respiratory Relief Tea is safe for nursing mothers and children.

     

    This blend contains Mullein Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Bark, Licorice Root, Catnip Leaf, Lemon Balm Leaf, Citrus Peel and Stevia Leaf.

    Ingredients


    Mullein Leaf

    Some studies have shown Mullein to have antiviral and antibacterial properties, with herbalists recommending Mullein for respiratory and inflammatory conditions.

     

    Learn more.

    Marshmallow Root

    Althaea was derived from the Greek word ‘altheo’ meaning to heal or cure. When paired with another galactogogue increases milk supply and reported to increase hind milk production.

    Burdock Root

    Burdock root has been used for centuries in holistic medicine to treat a variety of different conditions. Traditionally, it was most commonly used as a diuretic and digestive aid. Its packed full of antioxidants, removes toxins and promotes increased circulation.

     

    Learn more.

    Slippery Elm Bark

    Native to the central and eastern United States and Ontario, Canada. Native Americans would peel this trees slimy, red inner bark and use it as a remedy for fevers, wounds and sore throats. It was also later picked up by American Soldiers to support healing wounds during the American Revolution.

     

    Learn more.

    Licorice Root

    Licorice is typically thought of as a candy flavoring that’s either loved or hated, but the root of the licorice plant actually has many health benefits. Its been used for centuries in herbal medicine to treat a range of health problems, with benefits for the stomach, respiratory system, endocrine system, and more, licorice root is a powerful medicinal herb.

     

    Learn more.

    Catnip Leaf

    Belonging to the mint family, Catnip Leaf when used in tea can help to promote the evacuations of the placenta following childbirth, as well as having a calming effect on the body.

     

    Learn more.

    Lemon Balm Leaf

    Lemon balm, also known as Melissa Officinalis, is a wonderfully lemon-scented plant that comes from the mint family. It may be very effective at relieving symptoms of anxiety and depression due to its calming effects on the nervous system, helpful for calming the excitability and nervousness that can come with anxiety.

     

    Learn more.

    Citrus Peel

    Citrus Peels are packed with immune boosting vitamin C, and anti-oxidant & anti-inflammatory bioflavonoids.

    They're also a source of potassium, which helps keep bloody pressure in check, and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anti-cancer effects and can help with heart burn.

     

    Learn more.

    Stevia Leaf

    Whole Stevia Leaf is used to sweeten our teas, while being entirely calorie-free. Stevia has also been found to significantly lower insulin and glucose levels, and lowering LDL ("bad") cholesterol while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol.

     

    Learn more.

    Mullein Leaf

    Some studies have shown Mullein to have antiviral and antibacterial properties, with herbalists recommending Mullein for respiratory and inflammatory conditions.

    Learn more.

    Marshmallow Root

    Althaea was derived from the Greek word ‘altheo’ meaning to heal or cure. When paired with another galactogogue increases milk supply and reported to increase hind milk production.

    Burdock Root

    Burdock root has been used for centuries in holistic medicine to treat a variety of different conditions. Traditionally, it was most commonly used as a diuretic and digestive aid. Its packed full of antioxidants, removes toxins and promotes increased circulation.

    Learn more.

    Slippery Elm Bark

    Native to the central and eastern United States and Ontario, Canada. Native Americans would peel this trees slimy, red inner bark and use it as a remedy for fevers, wounds and sore throats. It was also later picked up by American Soldiers to support healing wounds during the American Revolution. Learn more.

    Licorice Root

    Licorice is typically thought of as a candy flavoring that’s either loved or hated, but the root of the licorice plant actually has many health benefits. Its been used for centuries in herbal medicine to treat a range of health problems, with benefits for the stomach, respiratory system, endocrine system, and more, licorice root is a powerful medicinal herb.

    Learn more.

    Catnip Leaf

    Belonging to the mint family, Catnip Leaf when used in tea can help to promote the evacuations of the placenta following childbirth, as well as having a calming effect on the body. Learn more.

    Lemon Balm Leaf 

    Lemon balm, also known as Melissa Officinalis, is a wonderfully lemon-scented plant that comes from the mint family. It may be very effective at relieving symptoms of anxiety and depression due to its calming effects on the nervous system, helpful for calming the excitability and nervousness that can come with anxiety. Learn more.

    Citrus Peel

    Citrus Peels are packed with immune boosting vitamin C, and anti-oxidant & anti-inflammatory bioflavonoids. They're also a source of potassium, which helps keep bloody pressure in check, and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anti-cancer effects and can help with heart burn. Learn more.

    Stevia Leaf

    Whole Stevia Leaf is used to sweeten our teas, while being entirely calorie-free. Stevia has also been found to significantly lower insulin and glucose levels, and lowering LDL ("bad") cholesterol while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol. Learn more.

    Supplement Facts

    Serving Size:

    2-3g (1 tbsp)

    Full List of Ingredients:

    Mullein Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Bark, Licorice Root, Catnip Leaf, Lemon Balm Leaf, Citrus Peel and Stevia Leaf.

    % Daily Values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

    ** Daily Value (DV) not established.

    How to use


    Day-Day Usage

    Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 10-20 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water. Drink as needed.

     

    To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz of loose tea and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.

    Maximize Experience

    To maximize the results of Respiratory Relief Tea, ideally drink this tea on an empty stomach. If you can't tolerate it on an empty stomach, drink this tea with a meal.

     

    Looking for more tea tips?

    Pairs Well With

    Respiratory Relief Tea pairs perfectly with ImmuniTea to boost your immune system and your body's natural defences.

     

    Find them bundled here.

    Frequently Asked Questions


    Who is this product intended for?

    This tea is for those looking for respiratory support and relief of cough

    Is this product caffiene free?

    Yes this herbal tea is caffiene free.

    How many servings are in a bag?

    1oz of loose tea will make roughly 10-14 individual cups if you use 1tsp per 6-8 fluid ounces of water.

    A 2oz bag will make approximately 20-28 individual cups.
    A 4oz bag will make approximately 40-48 individual cups

    A 8oz bag will make approximately 80-96 individual cups.

    Can I drink this during pregnancy or lactation?

    It can be used during lactation. It is not safe for pregnancy.

    Is this gluten/soy/dairy free?

    It is gluten free, soy free and dairy free.

    Can I drink this iced?

    Yes absolutely! The tea can be made hot or chilled. Please see this blog post for more information & tips.

    Can I add honey or sweetener?

    Yes absolutely, honey or sweeteners will not impact the effectiveness of the tea.

    How do I make loose leaf tea?

    Please see our blog post Tea Tipsfor more detailed information, in short we suggest a french press or bamboo infuser.

    Can I use my Keurig?

    It is recommended to use a tea steeper, tea infusing tumbler or a french press. Read this blog post for additional information. We do not suggest using a Keurig.

    Is this safe for children?

    yes Respiratory Relief is safe for children over the age of 2yrs..


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      A
      02/05/2022
      Anonymous
      United States United States

      Finally some relief

      My husband had COVID and was plagued with a dry cough. The tea really helped relieve the incessant coughing. Thank you!

      A
      01/12/2022
      Anonymous
      United States United States

      A must have

      A must have tea that awakens and gets things moving in the chest and head areas.

      BW
      10/27/2021
      Brandy W.
      United States United States

      Amazing Product

      It works amazing!!!

      MF
      02/21/2021
      Mae f.
      United States United States

      I thought it was going to take a week or two for my product but no! It came in 3 days now that's fast awsome people I would order from you guys always

      BW
      02/05/2021
      Brandy W.
      United States United States

      Breathing easier

      I got this for my husband. He is a life long smoker. He noticed a difference the very first cup. We have since told a lot of people about it.