Winter Comfort

A Warming Tisane To Support Your Immune System
Winter Comfort Tea
from 5.50

Give yourself a boost as cold weather comes. Enjoy a warming cup of this herbal tisane (no caffeine!) as you sit by the window on a cold winter’s day. Snuggle up with a blanket and a good book as you enjoy a few moments of self-care.    

Large Tin - $13.50  |  15 Servings  |  3 oz.
Small Tin - $5.50  |  4 Servings  | 0.8 oz.
NEW! Bulk Bag - $40.50  |   52 Servings  | 10.4 oz.

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Winter Comfort

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100% Organic Ingredients:

Ginger Root

It's The Perfect Blend If You Want To:

Give you a boost through the cold season
Breathe a little better after your tea ritual
Stimulate your digestion after eating

Brewing Instructions:

Pour 1 cup hot water over 1 Tablespoon of tea and steep for 10 minutes.

Flavor Profile:

Warming, Spicy, Tart, Slightly Sweet


Ginger Root

Ginger root is a warming herb and promotes the production of saliva, bile, and other gastric secretions. Part of its benefit is that it increases peristalsis, the wavelike muscle contractions that move food through your intestines. It is commonly used for nausea, flatulence, morning sickness, motion sickness, and indigestion. Use caution if pregnant, have gallstones, or taking medicines to reduce blood clotting.


Echinacea is most commonly used to boost the immune system against colds, the flu, and sore throats. This herb is best taken at the onset of symptoms. Echinacea works by stimulating your body to produce the white blood cells needed to stave off infection. It can also be applied externally to your skin. Use caution if you are allergic to members of the Asteraceae family (daisies, chrysanthemums, ragweed). This herb is for short-term use and should not be taken more than 10 days consecutively.


Elderberry is another very popular herb for supporting your immune system. Commonly used for respiratory illnesses, this herb has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antioxidant properties. This berry helps to reduce congestion and stimulates sweating. Because of the compounds found in elderberries, you want to make this tea hot in order to cook the berries to enhance both the benefits of the berries and their taste.
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Leaf & Twig provides teas for enjoyment. While we share some of the research we have done on each ingredient, know that the material presented on our website is for general educational information. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illnesses or diseases. Should you have any questions, please consult your physician or other health care provider.