Drink Your Plants! Winter Wellness Kit Giveaway!

Today I have a review and giveaway that is more than appropriate for this weather we’ve been having.

As a kid, on cold, wintery days all I wanted was hot chocolate – Swiss Miss with EXTRA marshmallows please. Now, as a health-conscious adult, I go to hot tea as my comfort beverage on those days.  My tea drawer is crazy.

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And I’m always looking to add to the collection.  You can never have enough teas.  So when I was offered a Traditional Medicinals Winter Wellness Kit to try out, I jumped at the chance!

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The Winter Wellness Kit has three different teas in it – Gypsy Cold Care, Echinacea Plus, and Throat Coat.

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The first tea I tried was the Gypsy Cold Care.  It was warming on those chilly nights!

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Then it seemed everyone in my family was getting sick with some kind of wicked cold or sinus infection!  I started downing the Echinacea tea to boost my immune system at the first sign of a stuffy nose.

image_3 My mom who had an awful sore throat for days was drinking Throat Coat, which helped relieve some of her pain and soothe her throat.

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Now I get to share the warmth of these teas with you.  Traditional Medicinals has offered one of my readers a Winter Wellness Kit!  Below you can enter the Rafflecopter for a Winter Wellness Kit, just like mine that has all three boxes of tea in it – Gypsy Cold Care, Echinacea Plus, and Throat Coat.

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The giveaway is open until 12 AM on Tuesday, December, 24th.  I will announce the winner on the blog later on Tuesday Morning.

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3 comments

  1. Kaylin Gilkey says:

    I’d like to try the Echniacea Plus the most.

  2. martyroddy says:

    I enjoy the echinacea and also add chamomile for sleeping as well.

    I also make a throat lotion with local raw , lemons and ginger – Soak it for 3-4 weeks and then keep in fridge- and take as needed on a spoon or add to tea.

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    I have also made a Thyme cough drink- 3 cup water boiling- 2-3 TBS dried thyme, cup of raw honey, allow to cool and then pour off solids – store in fridge and use as cough syrup.

  3. Amanda says:

    I think I am going to have to stock up on these teas. I love hearing reviews!

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