TEA FOR FLU
INDICATIONS FOR USE
This is a new formulation, but based on the method of formulation used by Künzle. It relies on his basic combination of thyme, echinacea, and peppermint to treat viral infections and the symptoms of upper respiratory ailments. Green tea, introduced from China, has a long history of use for alleviating fever, sinus congestion, and cough. For this formulation, the green tea is decaffeinated.
When there is considerable congestion, Tea for Digestion may be taken along with this tea to help resolve mucus accumulation. For severe flu symptoms, instead of taking 2 teabags of Tea for Flu, try combining one teabag of Tea for Flu with one teabag of Tea for Colds.
CAUTIONS Influenza symptoms should not persist more than 10 days; if symptoms continue, see your doctor. Limit use during pregnancy to no more than two teabags each day.
Antitussive: for bronchitis and whooping cough.
Anticattharal: resolves mucus congestion of the upper respiratory tract.
Digestive aid: relieves gas and bloating (carminative), improves appetite and alleviates gastric insufficiency and distress (stomachic).