Theme Image
Oregon's Wild Harvest Jobs Available 
Oregon's Wild Harvest Biodynamic Extracts
OWH Newsletter Sign-Up
 "It is all about nourishing the humanity in each of us. The entire team at Oregon's Wild Harvest, take great pride in delivering a phenomenally high quality line of herbal products. Yet, they add a special level of caring and heart that is so rare in today's world. I have seen the OWH team go beyond the extra mile to make sure my patients get what they need and countless patients of mine have shared with me that the level of caring and compassion has helped them on their healing journey. As one patient said so perfectly: "You can feel the passion and care that goes into their herbal medicine, and each time I place an order I feel better just having called."  - Dr. Chris D. Meletis, International Author, Lecturer and Naturopathic Physician, Portland, OR



This blend of popular herbs is hand-crafted using freshly dried, certified organic herbs that have been processed in small batches to produce a tea of superlative freshness and quality. This refreshing tea can be enjoyed both as a hot or cold beverage.

Product Features

Ingredients:  Organic Peppermint leaf (Mentha piperita), Organic Green tea herb (Camellia sinensis), Organic Oregon Grape root (Mahonia sp.), Organic Rose hips (Rosa canina), Organic Orange peel (Citrus sinensis), Organic Calendula flower (Calendula officinalis), Organic Echinacea top & root (Echinacea purpurea), Organic Goldenseal rhizome (Hydrastis canadensis), Organic Red Clover leaf & blossom (Trifolium pratense)

0054-04 Organic Immuni-Tea

(** The Servings per container show above, reflect the 4oz size)

Directions for Use

To prepare, add 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 fl. oz of boiling water. Stir, cover and steep for 5 minutes. Strain and enjoy hot, or cold, with or without your favorite sweetener.

Larger quantity/16 servings (1 gallon): Prepare a concentrate by adding 6 tablespoons of tea to one quart of boiling water. Stir, cover and steep for 5 minutes. Strain and cool. Refrigerate the concentrate. To serve, dilute one part tea concentrate with three parts water. The diluted tea may be reheated or served cold as an iced tea.  

Suggested Use

Drink 3 cups a day. 

Background and Use

Peppermint is soothing and refreshing and gives this tea a wonderful flavor.

Green Tea has been consumed throughout the ages in Asia. Green Tea is produced by gently heating the freshly cut leaf, thus not allowing oxidation of the enzymes within the leaf to take place. It is known for its antioxidant activity.

Oregon Grape has a history of herbal use dating back to early aboriginal tribes. Oregon Grape root contains berberine, the primary alkaloid found in Goldenseal, thus making it a valuable substitute for the over-harvested Goldenseal plant. It was highly valued by the Eclectic physicians at the turn of the century and is becoming popular once more as people seek an alternative to the scarce Goldenseal.

Rose hips are a source of vitamin C and bioflavonoids and provides flavor to this tea blend.

Orange peel is a source of bioflavonoids and provide flavor to this tea blend.

Calendula has been used medicinally since the 12th century throughout the Mediterranean and Europe. It is a soothing herb.

Goldenseal is another popular herb among the Native Americans that evolved to become an official herbal remedy in the United States Pharmacopeia. It has traditionally been referred to as "king of the mucous membranes" as it was known to help regulate secretions of the mucous membranes.

Goldenseal contains powerful alkaloids, giving it the distinctive yellow-gold color. Presently, this herb is one of the five top-selling herbal products in the United States.

The early 20th century American physicians (Eclectics) prized Red Clover as an excellent alterative. Alteratives, known in folk medicine as "blood cleansers," were seen as herbs that assisted organs in the removal of metabolic waste and toxins from the circulatory system. This valuable herb was the main ingredient in several traditional formulas such as the Hoxey Formula and the Trifolium Compound.

Echinacea purpurea was used by many Native American populations throughout the country. This widespread use was adopted by the Eclectic physicians in the U.S. and its use was documented in medical texts until 1947.

A German pharmaceutical manufacturer imported Echinacea purpurea to Germany in the 1930s. Since then, German and American scientists have been researching the clinical usefulness of the herb with an emphasis on supporting the immune system. Both species of Echinacea are popular in both Europe and in the US. As a result of many clinical trials that were done in the 1990's Echinacea sales account for approximately 10% of the dietary supplement market. Many are still being conducted today.


Contains natural caffeine supplied by the Green tea. Each cup supplies approximately 1/10th of the caffeine found in a cup of coffee. Nutritional supplements containing Echinacea should be used with caution in individuals with autoimmune diseases. Do not take if pregnant or nursing. Avoid excessive or long-term use. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue if unusual symptoms occur. Do not exceed recommended dose unless under the guidance of a health care professional.


Individuals sensitive to plants in the Daisy family (sesquiterpene lactone-containing plants) should use all Echinacea supplements with caution.

Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth
FDA Disclaimer
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The Contraindications and Potential Drug Interactions information provided on this website is not intended to be all-inclusive. A health care professional should be consulted regarding the use of herbal products. Always keep your Doctor or other healthcare professional informed about the herbal and other dietary supplement products that you are taking.
from $17.95
  • Size & Price
  • 1 lb. (10540) - $48.00
  • 4 oz. (10544) - $17.95