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Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea

Elderberry With Stress-Relieving Properties

The Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea is a caffeine-free, all-natural infusion composed of elderberries, chamomile, rose petals, orange peel, oat straw, lemon balm, lavender, and stevia, presented in an elegant tea tin.

This blend unites six serene and comforting herbs with the nutrient and antioxidant-rich elderberries, creating a harmonious herbal elixir that fights against oxidative stress and inflammation and improves sleep naturally. 


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It works well, lasts forever, doesn’t break the bank, and leaves you the option of going scent-free or adding your favorite essential oil. A million loves for this one!

Sammie – Deodorant Customer

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  • Elderberries: A bounty of nutrients and antioxidants, these berries are known for their anti-inflammatory properties and their ability to fight oxidative stress. Studies have also highlighted elderberry’s antibacterial and antiviral capabilities, along with mood-enhancing effects.  (7)
  • Chamomile: Renowned for apigenin, an antioxidant that promotes relaxation and sleepiness, chamomile is also beneficial for soothing gastrointestinal discomforts such as diarrhea, ulcers, nausea, and gas due to its anti-inflammatory properties. (26)
  • Rose Petals: Packed with polyphenols and antioxidants, rose petals are instrumental in neutralizing harmful free radicals, contributing to overall health and well-being. (27)
  • Lemon Balm: Known for its stress-relieving and anxiety-reducing qualities, lemon balm may also improve cognitive functions and, alongside other herbs, can help alleviate sleep disturbances and restlessness. (28)
  • Lavender: Traditionally used for its sedative properties to ease sleep disorders, nervous tension, headaches, and stomach irritations. (29)
  • Orange Peels: Rich in provitamin A, folate, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6, and calcium, and loaded with polyphenols that may help manage chronic conditions. (25)
  • Oat Straw: Abundant in antioxidants that have been shown to reduce inflammation and may also decrease cytokine production, which is associated with chronic diseases. (30)
  • Stevia: A natural sweetener associated with multiple health benefits, including reducing blood sugar levels, and serves as a healthier alternative to refined sugar. (31)
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Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea

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Whether as a warm, comforting drink during the chilly winter months to ease cold and flu symptoms, or served chilled as a refreshing summertime beverage with your choice of sweetener, Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea is versatile and caffeine-free.

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Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea


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Frequently Asked Questions

Elderberries have health benefits such as being high in Vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, promoting heart health, lowering inflammation and stress, boosting the immune system, and helping with blood sugar management. 

Yes, it is generally safe to take elderberry daily as long as you follow the recommended dosage instructions, since it offers nutritional benefits and can boost the immune system. However, it’s important not to exceed the recommended daily dose.

Yes, elderberries can help alleviate symptoms and shorten the duration of influenza infection, according to studies.

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Weight 5.8 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 3.75 in

4 reviews for Elderberry Chamomile Rose Tea

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    Very good! Love using it in my French press!!

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    One evening after spending a day working on downsizing our possessions, I decided to try the ElderBerry Chamomile Rose tea I recently received. I found it to be a welcome calming factor for the end of my day. For me, there was no need for sweetening.

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