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Reach for your Herbal first aid kit, find Hay fever relief naturally with our soothing Nettle, Elderflower & Peppermint Herbal Tea blend.

A trio of nature’s most powerful medicinal plants to relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergies, including Hay fever. Deliciously fresh Elderflower, calming Nettle, and invigorating Peppermint working together to soothe inflammation, and calm irritation when needed most. Drink regularly as an alternative to over-counter antihistamine medicines.

 

How it works

  • The pure natural menthol-like character of Peppermint is a natural decongest, clearing and calming irritation in your sinuses, eyes, and respiratory tract, allowing you to breathe easy

 

  • Nettle is a natural antihistamine: rich in quercetin, a compound with antihistamine properties. This means it can help block the release of histamine, the chemical responsible for those pesky allergy symptoms. Nettle's anti-inflammatory properties can also help reduce swelling and irritation, bringing relief to your sniffles and sneezes. 

 

  • Elderflowers are known for their high antioxidant content and Vitamin C which is great for boosting your immune system, potentially making you less susceptible to allergen.

 

Enjoy this Tea relief without the side effects of conventional medications. This is a great 'boosting' Tea when under the weather or suffering a cold.

 

  • Grown in Cornwall
  • 100% Natural 
  • Plant-based
  • Free from added sugar
  • Zero synthetic additives

 

 

This uplifting Tea is great independently, or you can add lemon or honey (with additional antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties) to enhance it's flavor profile, and boost the health benefits. A naturally caffeine free tea.  For more information on conquering Hay fever and Allergies visit our blog.

 

Sold as:

Loose Leaf 50g = 30 servings

Loose Leaf 100g = 60 servings

Tea Bags (25 bags) 

 

 

 

 

Allergy Tea - Nettle, Elderflower & Peppermint

£7.99Price

Drink Nettle, Elderflower and Mint Tea pre-emptively, starting in February or March (before the grass and flower pollens are released) and continue throughout the Hay fever season. 

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