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Sinus Comfort Tea 16 tea bags
Sinus Comfort Tea 16 tea bags

Sinus Comfort Tea 16 tea bags

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Brand: Gaia Herbs
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Gaia Herbs Sinus Comfort Tea 16 tea bags

Sinus Comfort Tea

Familiar fragrant herbs mingle to soothe both the senses and sinuses in Gaia Herbs Sinus Comfort tea. A comforting herbal brew made with herbs traditionally used for sinus support to help you stay feeling well.

  • The aroma of Rosemary leaf and Sage greet you upon the first sip, followed by Oregano and Thyme.
  • Cinnamon essential oil and Ginger add spice, while Holy Basil and Green Tea balance this robust tea.
  • A comforting tea made with herbs traditionally used for sinus support and wellness.

Purity-Tested, Vegan, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free

Health Interests

Immune Support

Suggested Use

Adults pour one cup of freshly boiled water over tea bag and steep, covered, for 10 minutes. Drink daily as needed. Also try Gaia Herbs Bronchial Wellness Herbal Syrup, which can be added directly to this tea.

If you have a medical condition or take medications, please consult with your doctor before using this product. Licorice should not be taken if you have kidney or liver disease, hypertension, edema, excessive potassium depletion or during pregnancy. Consult with your practitioner if breast-feeding. Keep away from children.

Featured Herbs & Ingredients

Great herbal supplements start with quality ingredients. At Gaia, we certify the purity of our herbs, integrity in sourcing practices, and unmatched potency.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon bark is the dried inner bark from the shoots of the tree from the Lauraceae family. Ceylon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Indonesian (Cinnamomum burmanii), and Chinese cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) are the most commonly found species of commerce. In addition to its thousands of culinary uses across a number of various cultures, it has been used for thousands of years as a carminative, astringent, local stimulant, antiseptic, hemostatic.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a tall evergreen tree native to Tasmania. It is the most important genus of trees found in the Australian forests comprising approximately 75% of all of the trees. Today, most commercially grown trees grow in the Mediterranean and subtropical regions, including Spain and Morocco. The leaves and oil of the eucalyptus plant have long been used for medicinal purposes. Eucalyptus oil consists of the volatile, or essential oil that is distilled from the fresh leaves and branch tops.

Ginger

Ginger and her cousin Turmeric are proud members of the zingiberaceae family and grow in sub-tropical, volcanic soils in the southern hemispheres. The plant is thought to have originated in tropical Asia and is widely cultivated in the Caribbean and Africa. many cultures report similar uses of this plant. It has been used as a favorite "diffusive" circulatory tonic and warming agent, to calm occasional nausea, and to aid in a healthy immune respiratory response.

Green Tea

Through archaeological carbon dating, it was discovered that Green Tea leaves were first boiled in water over 500,000 years ago. It has been cultivated in India, China, and Japan for hundreds of centuries and has been used for at least five thousand years to support digestion, promote a healthy cardiovascular system, promote healthy metabolism of sugars, provide support for clear thinking and encourage an energetic lifestyle. Its consumption worldwide is second only to water.

Holy Basil

In the "Charaka Samhita" the consummate text on Ayurveda written around 1000 BC, Holy Basil is described as "the incomparable one" and is considered to be an incarnation of Tulasi or Vrindavani, a consort of Lord Vishnu. It is considered a symbol of fidelity and helpful in attaining spiritual enlightenment. It has been used to support a healthy response to stress, maintain blood sugar levels within a normal range, promote longevity, nourish the mind and elevate the spirit.

Licorice

The botanical name refers to a hallmark property of this plant; glukos (Sweet in Greek) and riza (root). Glycyrrhizin, a cortisone like chemical found in high proportions in the root, is said to be 50 times sweeter than sucrose (table sugar). Licorice has many uses and is considered a tonic plant in many traditional medicinal systems. It has been used to support a healthy digestion, lung and respiratory function and promote a healthy adrenal response to stress.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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