Throat Soothing Herbal Tea Blend



Let's keep our throats and air passages healthy!  This soothing herbal blend is great for a sore throat, especially if you're fighting a cough.  It helps soothe irritated tissues along the mucous membranes while preventing dryness in the throat and mouth.  The blend of herbs also provides soothing support to the digestive tract to help relieve cramps, diarrhea, and bloating.

  • Flavorful, aromatic, and sweet (thank you, licorice root, for your sweetness!).
  • Helps soothe a sore throat.
  • Supports respiratory health.
  • Soothes irritated tissues.
  • May help ease congestion in the mucous membranes.
  • Supports digestive health.
  • Organic Mullein Leaf – an amazing, expectorant healing herb that has been used in herbal medicine since ancient times.  Traditionally used to treat coughs, congestion, and ear and upper airway infections, to name a few.  Extremely soothing to the throat and airways.
  • Organic Marshmallow Root – Used in herbal medicine to treat coughs and colds, it acts as an enzyme that loosens mucus and inhibits bacteria.  Helps reduce dry coughs and soothes an irritate throat.
  • Organic Plantain Leaf – used for treating coughs due to colds and flu, it not only soothes sore throat and coughing, but also acts as a gentle expectorant to help clear phlegm from the lungs and nasal passages.  It is a natural cough suppressant that also fights bacteria.
  • Organic Licorice Root – Used to relieve a cough, sore throat, and hoarseness in our voice.
  • Organic Dried Elderberries – an immunostimulant that’s the most commonly used herb to treat the common cold, coughs, sinusitis, and tonsillitis.  Superantioxidant and high in vitamin C.

Boil 8 cups water in a large pan, just until boiling. Turn off heat. Add one heaping tablespoon of herbs, per cup of water, directly to the water (8 c. water = 8 T. tea) Stir briefly. Cover pan and allow to steep for 30 minutes to an hour, depending on potent you want your infusion.  Strain and drink! Take 2-4 cups daily.

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