What is Triple Leaf Cold & Flu Time Tea?
Triple Leaf Cold & Flu Time Tea is a comforting and delicious caffeine-free natural herbal tea to maintain balance in the body. The herbs in this tea have a long history of traditional use to help support the healthy function of the respiratory system.
What are the Benefits of Triple Leaf Cold & Flu Time Tea?
Mulberry and Imperata (cogongrass) are used to help support healthy nasal and sinus function and healthy breathing, and to help support healthy lung function. Honeysuckle, kudzu (Pueraria), siler and Chinese mint are used to help support throat health. Honeysuckle, dandelion, lophatherum, uncaria and licorice root are considered cooling and were used to help promote normal detoxification. Ginger and Abrus fruticulosus were used to help support healthy stomach and digestive system function. Astragalus was used to help maintain the healthy function of the immune system and to help promote healthy resistance.
How should you use Triple Leaf Cold & Flu Time Tea?
For best results, start drinking at the first sign of discomfort, and continue as needed. (See dosage and brewing instructions on flap.) Children 6-12 years, drink 1/2 cup, maximum 2 cups per day. For additional support to help maintain a healthy immune system, drink Triple Leaf green or decaf green teas. Also enjoy other flavours of Triple Leaf Tea we have on offer.
What are the ingredients of Triple Leaf Herbal Cold & Flu tea?
- Honeysuckle flower
- Ginger root
- Astragalus root
- Dandelion leaf
- Kudzu (pueraria) root
- White mulberry leaf
- Peppermint leaf
- Lophatherum leaf
- Abrus fruticulosus herb
- Imperata cogongrass rhizome
- Siler (fang feng) root
- lsatis root
- Uncaria (gambir) stem
- Licorice root
Are there any precautions or side effects of using Triple Leaf Herbal Tea Cold & Flu?
Consult your health care professional if your symptoms of seasonal discomfort persist for more than a few days or are severe. This tea is not recommended for use by pregnant women or nursing mothers – if you are pregnant or nursing, consult your health care practitioner first before using.