More than just your average cup of tea, Shopping Annuity Brand Premium ImmuniTea is a caffeine free blend of immune supporting herbs combined with premium hibiscus to create a delicious and powerful mix. ImmuniTea steeps a beautiful, bright crimson color with a light citrusy aroma and a lively taste that refreshes the palate.*Each serving of ImmuniTea is packed with high quality ingredients including organic turmeric, organic ginger root, organic hibiscus, organic licorice, organic lemon balm, organic elderberries, organic echinacea and zinc. With a powerful antioxidant base this blend was designed to support the body’s natural immune response and gastrointestinal comfort.*With ImmuniTea, you don’t have to worry about brewing five different teas to reap the benefits of these ingredients. This dietary supplement can be taken at any time of day and may help stabilize mood, as well as promote relaxation and mental clarity.*Support your everyday immune response with a delicious cup of Shopping Annuity Brand Premium ImmuniTea!*
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- Supports the body’s natural immune response
- Powerful antioxidant
- Supports gastrointestinal comfort
- May support cardiovascular health by helping to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels
- May help stabilize mood/promote relaxation
- Promotes mental clarity
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
What Makes This Product Unique?
More than just your average cup of tea, Shopping Annuity Brand Premium ImmuniTea is a caffeine free blend of immune supporting herbs combined with premium hibiscus to create a delicious and powerful mix. ImmuniTea steeps a beautiful, bright crimson color with a light citrusy aroma and a lively taste that refreshes the palate.*
Each serving of ImmuniTea is packed with high quality ingredients including organic turmeric, organic ginger root, organic hibiscus, organic licorice, organic lemon balm, organic elderberries, organic echinacea and zinc. With a powerful antioxidant base this blend was designed to support the body’s natural immune response and gastrointestinal comfort.*
With ImmuniTea, you don’t have to worry about brewing five different teas to reap the benefits of these ingredients. This dietary supplement can be taken at any time of day and may help stabilize mood, as well as promote relaxation and mental clarity.*
Support your everyday immune response with a delicious cup of Shopping Annuity Brand Premium ImmuniTea!*
Organic Turmeric: 480 mg
Turmeric is a traditional herb used in India. Turmeric is bright yellow in color and pleasing to the taste. Traditionally, Ayurvedic practices have used turmeric as an efficient antioxidant and it helped to promote the body’s immune and digestive fitness. Turmeric’s properties support healthy detoxification, cellular health and neurologic function. *
Organic Ginger Root: 285 mg
Ginger is considered a warming and activating component in Chinese formulas and foods. While ginger is considered an ideal ingredient for digestive function, it is also a key player in supporting immune activity. Ginger may help support healthy liver function through promotion of detoxification enzymes and support of normal vascular performance. Additionally, Ginger supports the cardiovascular system by helping to maintain healthy cytokine production as well as healthy platelet function.*
Organic Hibiscus: 240 mg
Hibiscus is well regarded, due to its antioxidant concentration, to support immune health and cardiovascular well-being. It has a warming quality which may be described as invigorating. Additionally, hibiscus is considered beneficial for supporting the body’s proper utilization of iron.*
Organic Licorice: 195 mg
Glycyrrhiza, the active compound extracted from licorice root, is valued for its ability to promote the body’s natural response to physical, chemical, and emotional stressors. Licorice Root is an adaptogen that helps maintain balanced adrenal function. Licorice may help to maintain healthy lung and immune function.*
Organic Lemon Balm: 180 mg
Lemon Balm is a soothing botanical used to support the nervous, digestive and reproductive systems. Lemon balm is traditionally used to support a relaxation by helping to maintain normal production of the neuro-hormone GABA. As a result, lemon Balm is ideal for periods of physical or mental stress where it is beneficial to have focus and a healthy mood.*
Organic Elderberries: 84 mg
Elderberry is naturally high in concentration of anthocyanins and other flavonoids. This concentration helps maintain a healthy immune and antioxidant response. Elderberry is a staple for immune support and offers a rich fruit taste ideal for teas.*
Organic Echinacea: 30 mg
Echinacea species are considered some of the most robust immune supportive botanicals. A significant amount of your immune system responds to the signals of the specialized polysaccharides, known as Arabinogalactans, which are found in high concentration within the plant. Arabinogalactans are unique because they are used for energy by the immune system and contribute not just to immune function, but for energy production as well.*
Zinc & Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin C, citrus bioflavonoids and zinc serve as a powerful foundation for overall health by supporting immune system function.*
How many tea bags are in one package? How much does each tea bag weigh?
There are 30 tea bags in one package of Annuity Brand Premium Green Tea, and each bag weighs 1.5 grams.
How many times can a tea bag be used?
It is recommended that you steep a tea bag up to two times.
Can this supplement be taken hot or cold?
Yes, our Premium ImmuniTea can be taken hot or cold. Please see below for brewing instructions:
For hot tea: Let tea bag steep for 5-8 minutes in 6 fluid ounces ((177 ml) 212°F (100 °C) hot water.
For cold tea: Follow the directions for hot tea and pour over ice.
How should the product be stored?
Store unopened pouch at room temperature. After opening, please keep them tightly sealed and place in a cool, dry place. Use all bags as soon as possible after opening.
How do you support a strong immune system?
There are many ways to provide your immune system with general support, including exercise, good nutrition, proper rest and stress management. There are also several nutrients that help promote a healthy immune system, such as vitamin C and zinc.*
Are there any warnings for this product?
If you are currently using prescription drugs, have an ongoing medical condition, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your healthcare provider before using this product.
Which other products are best combined with Shopping Annuity® Brand Premium ImmuniTea?
Our Premium ImmuniTea can be taken with any nutritional supplement related to general immune health, such as a Shopping Annuity Brand Premium Immune + Formula or Isotonix ®Immune.
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