From the makers:
Artisan Loose Leaf Herbal Tea (Caffeine Free) – Organic
Echinacea, ginger, dandelion and burdock roots combine with subtle citrus notes and a sweet sarsaparilla linger to support and say thank you to your immune system.
I have kids and kids touch everything and those fingers, along with all the germs, always head straight to their mouths! Bleh! I wanted to create a tea blend that was delicious and very powerful to help fight off the inevitable illness that swoops in the door! I formulated this blend in February 2010 with the prime focuses on Echinacea! Echinacea is a very well known herb for boosting the immune system and has been used for thousands of years! It is a perennial that grows well across the prairies of the United States, and that is something that this Kansas girl LOVES! So focusing on the Echinacea for immune support and the dandelion for a bit of a cleanse, this blend brings other herbs together as well to make a very effective support to your system throughout the rough cold and flu season! I put in a bit of honey for my kids (or even adults who have a sweet tooth!) to make a delicious winter time tonic!
Brew: Steep 1 rounded teaspoon of tea per 8 oz of water (212 degrees) for 5-7 minutes.Take time to take a few deep breathes and relax. After the tea has reached the desired strength, strain out the loose leaf and savor the superior flavor found in a cup of the Cozy Leaf Collection.
Herbal Infusion: Steep 1 rounded teaspoon of tea per 8 oz of water (212 degrees) for 15 minutes to 4 hours. This will draw out more of the properties from the herbs and ensure maximum benefits into your tea cup. Strain out the loose leaf and serve hot or over ice.
Ingredients: Organic Echinacea Angustifolia, Organic Green Rooibos, Organic Orange Peel, Organic Alfalfa leaves, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Dandelion Root, Organic Echinacea Purpurea Herb, Organic Sarsaparilla Root, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Lemongrass, Organic Plantain leaves, Organic Hawthorn, Organic Calendula
Taste: Subtle citrus notes with a sweet sarsaparilla linger