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Gypsy Cold Care

Gypsy Cold Care -- Traditional Medicinals 104-7Regular price: $6.09Sale price: $5.49
A cold care formula from Traditional Medicinals.

Gypsy Cold Care is a multi-action formula that helps support the body’s natural responses to non-serious, self-limiting seasonal conditions. It helps regulate body temperature and encourages normal breathing.* Based on a traditional European formula, these herbs have been used for centuries to assist the body’s natural responses to challenging seasonal conditions. Stay well hydrated throughout the day with supportive hot herbal teas when experiencing seasonal conditions!

Ingredients: elder flower 350 mg, yarrow flower 350 mg, peppermint leaf 350 mg, hyssop herb 140 mg. Proprietary blend: organic rose hip, organic cinnamon bark, organic ginger rhizome, safflower petal, organic clove flower bud, licorice root dry aqueous extract.

Directions for use: Pour 8 oz. of boiling water over one tea bag and steep, covered, for 10-15 minutes. At the first signs of a cold's discomfort drink 1-2 cups followed by 1 cup every 3 hours, not to exceed 8 cups in 24 hours. For maximum effect sip your tea slowly while inhaling the mentholated vapors of relief.

Contains 16 herbal tea bags

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