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Guardians Embrace - Immune Blend Tea

Guardians Embrace - Immune Blend Tea

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Immune boosting properties. Decongestant qualities  High levels of Vitamin C.  Caffeine free.

Add 1 heaped tsp per cup, infuse at least 10 minutes.

Benefits:  This sustaining and nourishing blend of herbs offers delicate support of the lymphatic system. Move stagnant lymph and reinforces immune reaction.

Contains: Organic elderberries, organic  echinacea, organic nettle leaf, organic lemon myrtle, organic rosehip.

Local & Imported ingredients, packed in Australia.

  • Organic elderberries - Elderberries are antioxidant rich, contain anti-viral properties and are full of immune boosting B-family vitamins as well as being rich in Vitamin C.
  • Organic  echinacea - To prevent catching colds and to speed recovery from a cold. Contains antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties to help fight infections. To strengthen the immune system by promoting white blood cell production. High in vitamin A, B-complex, E.  High in magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium and sodium.
  • Organic nettle leaf - A natural detoxifier. May reduce inflammation, hay fever symptoms, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
  • Organic lemon myrtle - For its microbial and antifungal properties to assist with colds, sore throats and infections. To soothe and relax. Contains calmative properties. High in antioxidants and Vitamin C.
  • Organic rosehip - To treat coughs and colds. To prevent and treat viral infections. Naturally occurring acids and pectin’s to improve overall health. To help lower LDL cholesterol levels in the blood. To ease the symptoms of arthritis with rosehip's cleansing and analgesic effects. To treat gout by helping eliminate uric acid from the body. High in Vitamin C. Contains iron, flavonoids and natural antioxidants.


Information on these products is not intended as medical advice. Some herbs may not be recommended for people with certain allergies, who are taking certain medications, are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your practitioner before taking.