Yogi Teas Support Well-Being this Cold Weather Season

Winter is here! This season brings an abundance of dark, damp and cold environments. In these cold temperatures, circulation slows so there may be less warmth in the tissues, and our digestive fire is dampened so there may be a decrease in appetite. A decrease in both circulation and digestive fire can lead to a drop in our strength and immunity.

Drinking warm infusions of herbal teas throughout these cold winter days can be helpful for your health and well-being. Plus, there is nothing more comforting or enjoyable than a cup of fragrant tea to uplift your spirit!

Here at Yogi we make several teas for the cold season, including Echinacea Immune Support and Throat Comfort®.

Echinacea root has been traditionally used for centuries to help boost general immunity. Our Echinacea Immune Support tea contains three varieties of Echinacea root, complemented with elder berry extract and mullein leaf, herbs traditionally used to help support respiratory function. Ginger root, cinnamon bark and cardamom seed offer hints of spice, while licorice root, peppermint, lemongrass and rose hip add sweetness and intrigue to this tea’s delicious flavor.

Throat Comfort is another great tea for supporting your overall health in the cold season. In this all organic herbal blend, we combine mullein leaf, slippery elm bark, licorice root and wild cherry bark, all of which are prized by herbalists for soothing minor throat irritations and tissues of the body. We also add several warming herbs including ginger root, cinnamon bark, fennel seed, cardamom seed, black pepper and clove bud. According to Ayurvedic principles, these herbs can help circulate the formula in the body so it reaches the tissues and organs where they will be most beneficial.

On behalf of Yogi tea I would like to wish you a healthy winter season!


Guru Hari

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