Immune Boosting Teas

Whether you're concerned about COVID-19 or just want to keep your immune system in great shape, these immune-boosting teas contain soothing herbals, which are traditional remedies for keeping your body strong. Fight back against illness with a warm, enriching cup of premium loose-leaf blends. The following features the best teas to boost the immune system.



Loaded with antioxidants and minerals, this natural and caffeine-free South African drink has a number of scientifically-proven health benefits ranging from an overall improvement of the immune system to the alleviation of allergies, stomach and skin problems. Part of this is due to its high content of vitamin C, which organically supports a number of immune mechanisms, including the production and function of white blood cells (which attack “invaders”). 

Try one of our favorite immune-boosting rooibos loose-leaf teas:


Green Tea

After water, green tea (along with its white and black variants) from the Camellia sinesis shrub, is the most consumed beverage in the world. A go-to tea for wellness, this mighty leaf strengthens and supports the immune system in several significant ways. Green tea has long been recognized as having powerful antiviral properties. Tea actually alters the structure of the virus itself, which suppresses the ability of the virus to cause an infection. This makes green tea a potent weapon against contracting the flu, and can aid in a quick recovery as well. Green tea also been shown to promote healthy blood flow, which can help with memory and focus, as well as help prevent illness.

Try one of our favorite immune-boosting green blends:



Lemongrass is a source of beneficial phytochemicals and specialized nutrients that support the body’s response to harmful organisms, boost the immune system, and promote overall wellness. Lemongrass has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that help you cope with cold, cough and flu. Plus, it is loaded with Vitamin C that strengthens your immunity. It’s flavorful and naturally sweet, but helps to ease digestion and reduce inflammation too.

Try one of our favorite immune-boosting lemongrass blends:



An aromatic spice that is indispensable in Indian kitchens, ginger has many medicinal and herbal values as well. It is often used as a home ready for stomach aches, vomiting, flu & common cold. The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties in ginger can help boost the immune system. Consuming ginger tea on an empty stomach, in the morning, could prevent many kinds of diseases and strengthen the immune system. 

Try one of our favorite immune-boosting ginger loose-leaf teas:


Tulsi Tea

Tulsi is considered the “Queen of Herbs” throughout India, where “Holy Basil,” as it’s also known, has been used for over 3,000 years for a variety of health purposes. In recent years, emerging research demonstrates that ancient Ayurvedic medics were onto something: Abundant in antioxidants, tulsi organically aids digestion, cultivates stamina and balances metabolism. What’s more, it operates as a powerful adaptogen—a unique class of healing plants that work with the body’s response to stress. Tulsi also makes for an energizing tea that may shield your immune system.

Try one of our favorite immune-boosting tulsi blends: