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During Covid-19 Alert Level 3 our retail shop will remain closed. We will be providing Click & Collect for online orders in Auckland. All website orders will be processed and dispatched as normal, but courier delays of up to 5 workings days may occur.

Our lungs play a vital role in maintaining a healthy immune system. Exposure to pathogens and pollution can lead to a weakened immune response. Immunity Tea is a traditional plant formula to help protect the upper respiratory tract from such irritants. It supports year-round immune resistance and a healthy immune response. With a sweet taste of Elderflower, Lindon blossom and Thyme, it's great for children. Ideal as a proactive measure during the change of seasons. Take Immuno Boost Tea to help fight off seasonal ills and chills.

  • Supports the immune response to help flight off seasonal ills and chills
  • Protect the upper respiratory tract against pathogens and air pollution  
  • Suitable for adults and children

Use 1 level teaspoon (1000mg) per cup (150ml) and infuse with boiling water for 5-10 minutes.

Adults & children over 12 years: 150ml

Children 6-12 years: 100ml

Children 1-6 years: 50ml

Infants 0-12 months: 10ml

When unwell: Up to 3 x daily

Build & maintain immunity: 1 x daily

For children and infant dose, make an adult dose and extract the required volume.  

Each dose contains 1000mg of certified organic loose herbs of:

Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum), Linden Blossom (Tilia platyphyllos), Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), Elderflower Blossom (Sambucus nigra), Sage (Salvia Officinalis), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris). 

Does not contain sugar, caffeine, artificial sweeteners, colours, flavours, preservatives, gluten or dairy. 

Non GMO. Vegan. Hypoallergenic. 

Keep out of reach of children. If symptoms persist contact your healthcare professional.