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It's Sniffing Season!

We are so excited about the beautiful weather we have been having! Spring seems to have finally sprung (knock on wood!), the sun is shining, and a lot of us have seen lovely plants start to pop up out of the ground and leaves appear on the trees! Unfortunately, a lot of us are also experiencing the seasonal allergies that come with spring, caused primarily by the release of pollen into the air as plants blossom. Spring rains also bring an increase in the growth of molds and the growth of plants, and we have definitely been enjoying some April showers!

Luckily, we have some great natural ways to combat seasonal allergies! One GREAT thing to try is our allergy-fighting tea: Sniffing Seasons!

This tea is packed with a blend of herbs that are supportive to the sinuses and immune system. A few of these amazing herbs are:

  • Anise: Hippocrates use this herb to treat coughs, and nowadays, it is used in some cough medicines!

  • Echinacea: A powerful herb, echinacea is supportive to the immune system, and helps the body fight off bacteria and viruses!

  • Feverfew: This herb has been used to treat headaches that result from allergies!

  • Skullcap: Skullcap has been used to treat upper respiratory infections: It soothes inflamed tissues!


Want to add some extra power to your tea? Add a spoonful of your local raw honey! Why does this help? Well, bees pollinate flowers, and when they make honey, it contains local pollen. Ingesting this honey then helps your body become less sensitive to the pollen!


*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. We make no claim to their ability to treat or cure any medical condition. This product is not to replace the care of a doctor. This information is for informational purposes only and is not to be taken as medical advise. Consult with your doctor before starting any dietary supplements, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a medical condition. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse effects occur.

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