- 100% natural product
- All herbal composition according to a special recipe
- Against viral and bacterial infections
- Suitable for adults and children over 12 years
Winter Guard tea is a natural product according to a special recipe with a beneficial effect on viral and bacterial infections.
Sarsaparilla is a well-known herb in the world of phytotherapy and homeopathy with anti-allergic, diuretic and hormone-stimulating action. It is believed that the ancient Peruvians were the first to recognize the properties of sarsaparilla to relieve pain and used it to treat headaches, joint pain, colds and flu.
According to a number of medical studies, the main therapeutic actions of Sarsaparilla are: stimulating and toning the immune system, purifying the blood, fighting free radicals, lowering and normalizing body temperature, improving liver function.
Folk medicine also uses Sarsaparilla because of its antibacterial, detoxifying, antifungal and antirheumatic properties.
Turmeric is a component in the healing recipes for many afflictions - they rely on the high content of curcumin, a powerful antioxidant and a component with anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect.
Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory compound. Scientists believe that chronic inflammation plays a major role in almost every chronic disease, so it is good to do what is possible to avoid these processes.
Curcumin as a powerful antioxidant can neutralize free radicals and increase the activity of antioxidant enzymes in the human body.
Pharmaceutical research proves that cinnamon has a general immune-boosting property, helps lower blood sugar, which is recommended for people with diabetes, stimulates appetite, aids digestion and has a tonic effect. Cinnamon has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Adding cinnamon to food suppresses the growth of bacteria and prevents spoilage of canned foods.
Cinnamon is a good source of manganese, fiber, iron, calcium. Cinnamon has the unique ability to fight some infections.
Licorice, is a perennial herbaceous plant with a short, thick rhizome and a highly branched root system, with roots up to several meters long. The roots peeled from the outer brown bark are used.
The herb has anti-inflammatory, expectorant, antispasmodic, capillary-strengthening action.
Licorice has a beneficial effect on diseases of the respiratory tract, nervous and endocrine systems. Licorice roots have a tonic and relaxing effect, helps to restore hormonal balance and reduces the symptoms of irritability.
Buchu is a flowering plant in the family Rutaceae. It is also known as round leaf buchu and oval leaf buchu. It has been used in the past as a flavoring and healing herb.
Buchu mainly acts as an antiseptic, tonic and vasoprotective agent.
The herb has been used by the indigenous peoples of South Africa as a folk remedy for various ailments. Dutch settlers in early times used Agathosma betulina to make tinctures. It is still used today. Also in the 1800s it was popular as a remedy for hangovers, coughs, flu and colds.
Helps the body with viral and bacterial infections.
- Sarsaparilla - root (Rhiz Smilax Glabra);
- Turmeric - root (Rhiz Curcuma Longa);
- Ceylon cinnamon - bark (Cort. Cunnamomum Zeylonicum Blume);
- Ginger - root (Rhiz. Zingiber off);
- Bucho - leaf (Fol. Agathosma Betulina).
Method of preparation:
Add 2 tsp from the herbal mixture to 500 ml of boiling water. Leave on low heat for 6-8 minutes. Strain and drink the liquid in three equal parts during the day.
The herbal combination is not recommended for children under 12, pregnant and lactating women. Do not use for intolerance to any of the herbs in the composition.
Packing: 100 g