BENEFITS The cheerful flavors of black elderberry and rosehip fruits are accompanied by the aromas of ginger, cinnamon and cloves, while hibiskus offers a naive tartness. Found in winter tea, Black elderberry plant, which has a high antioxidant content, provides benefits in many ways, especially the immune system, skin health and energy metabolism, thanks to the antioxidants and vitamin C in its content. It strengthens the immune system. The nutritional values of elderberry, which is rich in content, protect the body like an armor. For this reason, it is among the indispensable plants of seasonal transitions. Rosehip, which strengthens the immune system, makes the body resistant to diseases, and rosehip, which is rich in antioxidant care, delays the effects of aging and reduces wrinkles. Rosehip, which is good for skin problems, has therapeutic properties for acne and eczema. Hibiscus, which helps to eliminate free radicals in the body, increases body resistance. It reduces the risk of catching winter diseases. Thanks to its antibacterial properties, it also helps to cleanse the body. It also delays the effects of aging by destroying free radicals in the body. Ginger, which has an antioxidant effect, helps to bind free radicals in the body and keep cells healthy. The antioxidant content of ginger also helps maintain the production of collagen, which supports the elasticity and smoothness of the skin. Antioxidants in cinnamon bark fight free radicals in the body and are helpful in delaying the signs of premature aging. Cinnamon tea, which has properties that can prevent the growth of bad bacteria in the body, can also help prevent diseases such as colds and flu that occur with weakening of immunity. Clove, which is very beneficial in terms of the substances it contains, increases the body's resistance against diseases during the seasonal transitions. It is good for skin health. It reduces skin blemishes and wrinkles. Kudra Winter Tea takes you on a pleasant journey to strengthen our weakened immunity in winter and to nourish our skin from the inside out. An average of 30 cups of tea can be brewed.