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Elderberry Citrus Ginger Tea

Elderberry With Extra Immune Boosting Properties

Elderberry Citrus Ginger Tea is a delightful herbal infusion, boasting a symphony of elderberries, ginger, and citrus peels, all nestled in a charming tea tin.

This tea blend harmonizes seven health-boosting herbs, rich in nutrients and antioxidants, to support your immune system. It features elderberries, renowned for their nutrient density and antioxidant capacity, which aid in reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. Elderberries also possess anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. 


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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

Elevate Immunity Naturally with the Elderberry Citrus Ginger Tea

Experience the Power of Synergistic Immune Support


  • Elderberries are a treasure trove of antioxidants and vitamins, known to bolster the immune system. They are often recommended to help ward off and ease symptoms of colds and the flu. (1)
  • Ginger Root is known for its formidable anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and has been traditionally used to combat the flu and common cold. (17)
  • Lemon Peels are abundant in Vitamin C and contain a plethora of beneficial plant compounds and minerals, which may offer anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antiparasitic benefits. (20)
  • Rosehips are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, which aid in supporting a robust immune system, stimulating white blood cell production, and maintaining the skin’s defense against pathogens.  (21)
  • Lemongrass boasts antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. (22)
  • Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants and may combat bacteria, support liver health, and has been linked to weight loss benefits. (23)
  • Peppermint can aid in digestion, relieve tension headaches, clear clogged sinuses, combat bacterial infections, and promote better sleep. (24)
  • Orange Peels are a source of provitamin A, folate, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6, and calcium. They are also brimming with polyphenols, which may aid in managing chronic conditions.  (25)
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Elderberry Citrus Ginger 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 Citrus Ginger Tea is versatile and caffeine-free.

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Elderberry Citrus Ginger 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

3 reviews for Elderberry Citrus Ginger Tea

  1. Junette Woller (Verified Purchaser)

    Feeling the need for a morning pick-me-up, I decided to try the recently received ElderBerry Citrus Ginger tea. The fragrance is wonderful, but I did find it served me better with a minute amount of honey.

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How many servings in a tin? Lori asked on February 11, 2024

Thank you for your question! There are 45 servings per container with 1 serving being 1 tsp.

Bethany answered on March 12, 2024 store manager

Thank you for your question! There is 45 servings per container with 1 serving being 1 tsp.

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