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Bergamot

Monarda didyma, also known as Bee Balm. Anti-spasmodic, used to treat colds, sore throats, congestion, fevers. It's my go-to herb for nausea, vomiting, flatulence, and stomach pain. It's also a calming nervine.

Bee balm is one of the most powerful herbs in this mix and has been hard to find lately. I'm not sure how long it will stay in stock.

Burdock Root

Arctium lappa, antibacterial, antifungal, and detoxifier. Used to strengthen immune system, protect organs, and detoxify the liver. Also used to help with diabetes (lowers blood sugar), stimulate kidneys, anemia (high concentration of bioavailable iron). It's anti-inflammatory properties help with degenerative joint disease, sore throats, and tonsillitis.  

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Feverfew

Tanacetum parthenium, The term "feverfew" is derived from the latin word febrifugia, meaning 'fever reducer.' The earliest documented use was in the 1st century CE by Greek herbalists.

Herbalists often use it for migraines and tension headaches. Leaves and flowers are used for fevers, cold, flu pain, and colic. Hot feverfew tea helps break fever, treats aches & pains of cold and flu. Also used to treat menstrual cramps.

Moringa

Moringa Oleifera, also know as drumstick tree, horseradish tree, benzoil tree, or ben oil tree. Used for its vast healing properties and is said to reverse or cure many health problems, especially those caused by environmental pollution and toxins.

Uses include detoxing the body and improving digestion, Candida, joint problems, arthritis, brain health, nervous system, diabetes (helps control blood sugar levels), anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, and anti-oxidant. 

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Yarrow

Achillea Millefolium, known historically to stop internal and external bleeding when used in a poultice (as recently as WWI). Internally used to treat fevers, colds, measles, mastitis, and anxiety. It also helps with regulating menstrual problems.

Yarrow has a long history in ancient remedies. It was found amongst other medicinal herbs in a Neanderthal burial site in Iraq, which dates from around 60,000 BC. In ancient history, it was used for a variety of medicinal purposes but also as an amulet to protect against negative energy and evil.

Yarrow’s botanical name Achillea refers to the ancient Greek hero Achilles who during the Trojan War, legend says, used yarrow to treat his and his soldier’s wounds.

White Pine (inner bark)

Pinus strobus, the inner bark is used to treat respiratory tract issues, mucous, wet coughs, colds, and flu. It reduces phlegm, and is an expectorant. White pine also provides a good dose of vitamins A and C.

What People Are Saying...

  • Best blend I've tried.

    "This is the best blend I've tried in a long time. I started taking it and immediately when I started feeling sick. I drank 4 teas throughout the day, the next morning I felt normal again."

    -Jaime, Maryland

    1.7oz, 32 servings

  • Thank you!

    Thank you for putting this together. I've used some of these separately but never would have thought to use them together. I keep it in my cabinet now just in case.

    -Miriam, Florida

    1.7 oz, 32 servings

  • It works.

    I have to say, I was skeptical to try this. Plus, I don't like tea. I was feeling stuffed up with a bad headache for over a week. I thought no way this is going to help but tried it anyway. I started feeling a difference after the first couple cups... drank 5 that day and woke up the next day with my headache completely gone. It works.

    -Chris, Florida

    .8 oz, 16 servings

About Us

Hi! My name's Renae. I've been a Master Herbalist for 5 years. Until now, I've used this knowlege and experience to mainly help friends and family. However, the results have been so profound with this cold & flu remedy, I feel compelled to share it with you and help as many people as possible. Cheers to ancient knowledge and wisdom!

Disclaimer: I am a master herbalist but I am not a doctor. The descriptions above are for informational purposes only and are not meant to diagnose or prescribe treatments. You should not take this blend if pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your doctor or naturopath if unsure of possible interactions with medications or health conditions.