Immune Boosting Teas

Immune boosting tea ingredients
Diana L

Don't get knocked off your feet. No matter what time of year it is, your body can always use an extra boost of immunity to protect you from seasonal bugs and stay healthy. Try these immune-boosting tea recipes full of powerful compounds to help strengthen and support your immune system.

7 Best Teas to Boost Your Immune System

Immunity Boost Tea

Immunity Boost

Stress levels in everyday life can wear down your immune system. If you're feeling a little sluggish, or already crawling back in bed, get back to health with this immunity-boosting tea. This special blend can help boost your immune health and speed up your recovery:

  • Green tea: contains powerful antioxidants properties to promote a healthy immune system
  • Fennel: antimicrobial and antiviral properties to fight off a cold or flu bug. Fennel also helps with insomnia to give your body the rest it needs to get back to health.
  • Peppermint: provides menthol to help clear nasal congestion and combat nausea.
  • Ginger root: a remedy for nausea and indigestion.
  • Licorice: full of flavonoids with antiviral ability to weaken the hold a virus has on your body
  • Cardamom pods: rich in antioxidants helps fight cold and cough symptoms
  • Marigold: has natural medicinal properties to ease a sore throat
wild elderberry tea

Elderberry Hibiscus

Grape and cranberry notes create a tart, but sweet flavor. A caffeine-free tisane.

This herbal tea blended with echinacea, a well-known immunity boosting herbal remedy, is a natural when it comes to fighting off colds or flu. 

Boost your immune system and ease cold and flu symptoms with the health benefits of elderberries. These little berries are rich in flavonoids and antioxidants that help your body absorb vitamin C, the vitamin essential for immune function. Elderberry and echinacea provide your body with vitamins A, C, and B, as well as phosphorus, potassium, copper, and zinc.

Blueberry Rooibos

A mellow taste of dried blueberries and the aroma of a blueberry muffin.

Blueberry Rooibos tea is rich in polyphenols that provide powerful anti-inflammatory and antiviral antioxidants that may help fight cold, infections, and boost your immune system. 

Ginseng Green

A fresh and crisp, energizing green tea blended with ginger root producing a sweet, earthy aroma with notes of delicately spicy herbs. This is the perfect match.

  • Green tea: aids in preventing cold and flu symptoms
  • Ginseng: used in alternative medicine to boost the immune system and reduce the effects of fatigue and stress.
  • Ginger: an effective treatment for nausea

Perfectly Pomegranate Tea

Gentle, sweet notes of Perfectly Pomegranate Tea are delicately accented with the spice of cinnamon and ginger with a kick of flavor from hibiscus and rose hips.

Studies show that pomegranates have antibacterial and antiviral properties. They are a powerful source of healthy vitamins, minerals, plant compounds, antioxidants, as well as immune-boosting nutrients vitamin C and vitamin E.

egyptian chamomile tea

Egyptian Chamomile Tea

Enjoy a golden cup of chamomile with the aroma of freshly cut apples with a mellow, honey-like sweet taste.

Chamomile tea has antibacterial properties that may help treat respiratory infections related to the common cold. 

gunpowder green tea blend

Gunpowder Green Tea

Our Gunpowder green tea blends the smokey flavor of gunpowder tea with bright tangy apples and rose hips. The touch of cinnamon and creme brulee flavors warm you like your favorite blanket

Gunpowder tea can help build your immune system and protect you from the common cold.

turmeric ginger tea

Turmeric Ginger Tea

A sweet taste of fresh mangos and the zest of Florida oranges with the earthiness of ginger and turmeric

Turmeric and ginger are widely used at the first sign of sickness to enhance immunity and avoid cold or flu symptoms. 

white chai spice

White Chai Spice

A light-bodied white tea with lemongrass, apple pieces, and pineapple pieces with notes of ginger root, cinnamon bark, cloves, dried coconut, cardamom, natural spices, and cinnamon with a kick of peppercorn.

Nutritious and loaded with antioxidants, Lemongrass boosts your immune system. High in vitamins A and C.

blood orange herbal tea

Blood Orange Blitz

Rich, hearty, and tangy with a good balance of orange peel dryness and fruit juiciness.

Citrus teas are a no-brainer. Citrus fruit is rich in potassium which helps you stay hydrated. Also packed with vitamin C which has been shown to be effective in shortening the duration and severity of colds. 

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