This blend of herbs may help decrease symptoms associated with seasonal allergies. It is soothing to the body, reduces inflammation, and itchy and watery eyes, eases a dry, inflamed throat, calms the airways, runny nose, cough, sneezing, and headache.


Dealing with allergies can be obnoxious. Not only do they cause bothersome symptoms, but they can increase irritation of your eyes, nose, lungs and throat. This herbal tea blend is our treatment of choice for our own families when allergies strike. This tea may be used as soon as symptoms begin or as a preventative. We recommend drinking a cup every hour until symptoms subside. Enjoy hot or iced.


This loose leaf tea is made from a blend of organic nettle leaf, lemon balm, spearmint, chamomile, mullein leaf, marshmallow root, and red clover. Mullein is known for its antispasmotic and expectorant properties. Eases bronchial irritations.  Marshmallow Root helps to coat the throat providing a protective layer and soothing irritation and annoying bronchial spasms. Nettle leaf contains histamines, which have been shown to treat allergies, asthma, and hay fever.


Steep 1 TBS of herbs for 10-15 minutes, remove herbs from water, and sip tea slowly. Enjoy hot or iced.


Here at Wildly 207, we always choose the highest quality herbs and essential oils we can find for our herbal products. Organic, ethically wildcrafted, grown in our own pesticide free gardens, or sourced local as much as possible.


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding please check with your doctor before use. We try our best to make sure the information in this description is correct. It is up to the customer to research an herb before use. Please consult your medical provider when using any herbal products. If you are allergic to any of these ingredients do not use this product. Our products are not meant to treat, diagnose, or cure any medical condition.

Allergy Relief Tea

SKU: Tea0002
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