Cold & Flu Tea
Cold and fu infections come with the sudden change of seasons or temperatures. At times it seems, for no reason, there are sniffles, cough, feeling hot and cold, irritability, feeling uneasy that something inside is not well, and the Cold or Flu takes over. This may take, a few days or even weeks, to clear up. It seems, every year or season, the viruses or bacteria become more potent and aggressive and it takes longer for the body to heal.
Cold & Flu Tea is blended with these herbs:
Ginger is used in Ayruvedic as an Antiseptic, Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory for various Ailments.
Eucalyptus is used by traditional Australian Aborigines as a remedy for many ailments, including, relief of Chest Congestion, Cold, Flu, Sore Throat and Respiratory Problems.
Black Pepper is used as a Spice in food by many cultures. It helps to relieve Cough, Cold, Flu and Stomach Disorders.
Tulsi or Holy Basil is used in Ayurveda for respiratory and breathing disorders like Cough, Cold and Flu.
Enjoy this tea with honey and drink it as warm as possible.
Since the beginning of time, every culture has had a brew of some sort made from herbs, spices, flowers or fruit. This was loosely called 'tea'. It was a custom to serve this tea to visitors, family, friends or even strangers who were passing through, as a gesture of welcome, friendliness, or wellness.
Some cultures had tea rituals to honor the benefits of certain herbs or plants. Each culture or region had its own distinctive blends or brews and the tea was respectfully served in a special healing cup. These herbal cups of tea were believed to have healing or curative powers.
Healing tea formulas were used as a remedy to cure or heal in times of plagues, epidemics or widespread outbreaks of illness. These tea formulas were also valued as remedies for minor disorders and imbalances that occurred in everyday life. These secret formulas were only known to master herbalists and were handed down to those healers who had mastered the art and knowledge of healing with herbs.
As the 'tea' brewed, the healer would sometimes enhance the tea with prayer, meditation or chanting. gifted healers and their herbal brews were much sought after, and many told stories around the power of the herbal cup became legend.
It is with this healing knowledge that we bring "Herbal Cup".
Enjoy healing herbs in a cup!