Keeping healthy over winter sometimes means taking medicines for, coughs, cold, flu, fever or other symptoms. There are many ways to treat these symptoms, however preventative health is our preferred way to deal with these winter ailments. Herbal medicines have a long history of use for both increasing health to prevent illnesses and helping with symptoms when you have them.
Our extensive range of Herbal Tisanes (herbal infusions) has several blends which are ideal for winter. Balanced Energy Tisanes contain only pure, certified organic leaves, rhizomes, seeds and flowers with no added colourings, flavourings or sweeteners. These special Tisanes are blended to taste pleasant so they can be drunk as an everyday alternative to tea or coffee, with the added bonus that they are healthier for you, with no caffeine and many health benefits.
Our three top winter blends are:
Rosehip + Hibiscus
This fruity and tangy blend of North African hibiscus flowers and South American Rosehips is a natural source of vitamin C. Ideal for children to drink, its deep red colour comes from the brightly coloured hibiscus flowers. Delicious hot or cold, honey can be added to sweeten and help soothe sore throats. BUY NOW
An aromatic blend of herbs traditionally used for chest, throat and upper respiratory symptoms with elderflower and echinacea added for immune support. This Tisane also contains peppermint, thyme, yarrow, spearmint, licorice and ginger. Not suitable during pregnancy. BUY NOW
Cooling and calming this blend contains herbs used by traditional herbal medicine for fevers, headaches and stomach upsets. Also to calm the emotions and assist with sleep. A light slightly sweet blend of chamomile, rose petals, lavender and spearmint with added elderflower for immune support. BUY NOW
This information does not seek to diagnose, treat or replace medical treatment. Always ask for advice from a qualified health practitioner if you are taking medication, pregnant or have any health concerns before taking herbs. Seek medical advice if symptoms persist.