I don’t know why i bought this tea. I HATE the taste of Echinacea. I tried to add a bag of peppermint to it to kill the taste but it’s just nasty.
“Steeped 8:30 (5-10 recommended). Smells very medicinal, tastes very herbal – tolerable, actually, but not one I’d drink for “fun” hope it keeps me sore throat from becoming...” Read full tasting note
“Almost everyone at work has been calling in sick lately ( I should know, I have to find their replacements!). I drank this one this morning as an attempt to bolster my immune system. My sister...” Read full tasting note
“This, to me, tastes pretty much like all herbal teas taste. Call me a snob, but to me they all taste the same, and this is how they taste. But I am fighting off a cold, so here I am.” Read full tasting note
“I think I like Traditional Medicinals’ better, but this is a perfectly good herbal medicinal tea. Primary flavors are lemon and mint, with a bit of cinnamon spice. Not overly bitter, but I...” Read full tasting note
Tea for your body – Defense
FIND STRENGTH IN ECHINACEA IMMUNE SUPPORT
Our blend of astragalus, elderberry and several species of echinacea can strengthen your defenses by stimulating production of immune system proteins. We complement this wellness formula with lively lemongrass and peppermint to help promote clear breathing while adding a fragrant essence and exquisite taste. It is sure to become an all-season favorite!*
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I wish I wasn’t drinking this, because when I break this box out, it means I feel pretty lousy. I have noticed that this herbal remedy does make me feel a bit more energetic when I am down, but I have never drunk enough of it to assess whether it shortens the duration of a cold. I will note that I have failed to get ill quite a few times when I thought I was going to, after treating myself with a few bags of this tea. Tastes a bit green and a bit minty, like a slightly odd mint tea. Good job hiding the taste of echinacea! Doesn’t quite make the ’I’d drink it for the flavor’ list, but it’s not bad at all.