Leaf Type: Loose leaf herbs
Taste: The red colour reflects the fruity taste.
Drink: On its own without milk or sugar.
Brew: Add boiling water and allow to brew for at least 10 minutes for a perfect infusion
When to Drink: At any time of the day or evening.
This tea is good for those who suffer from hay fever. Stinging nettles and Elderflower can help to moderate the allergic reaction to pollens.
Echinacea is considered to reduce inflammation and to help to balance the immune system.
For hayfever, it is best to take this tea regularly for some weeks to get its full benefit. It can heal and strengthen the membrane lining the nose.
In general, Allergy Tea can help to reduce the intensity of hay fever symptoms.
Eyebright, ribwort, chickweed, stinging nettle, Echinacea flower, elderflower, linden flower, hibiscus blossoms, rosehip peel, apple pieces, elderberries, blackberries, strawberry and blackberry pieces.