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Addressing the challenges of modern living, “immune” fortifies your body’s natural defenses. Naturally brewed from a blend of five potent herbs, it supports your well-being, helping you thrive in today’s world, all while savoring the refreshing taste of Natural Fresh Strawberry. Experience vitality and balance anew.

  • Hand-brewed in small batches
  • Only 60 Calories per serve!
  • No added sugar or sugar alcohols
  • No artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners, or preservatives.
  • Primarily organic herbs & flowers
  • Plant-based

Disclaimer: nudeherbs tonics are not meant for the treatment or cure of any medical condition or health issues. These statements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. Consult with your health care provider before use if you are on medication or have any health issues.

Nutrition Info


Do you use plastics in your packaging?
No, we only use glass bottles and metal caps.

Do nudeherbs Tonics need to be refrigerated?
Yes, keep them refrigerated at all times as we don’t use artificial preservatives in our Tonics. Keeping them at room temperature could impact the quality of our products.

Do nudeherbs Tonics need to be refrigerated?
Yes, keep them refrigerated at all times as we don’t use artificial preservatives in our Tonics. Keeping them at room temperature could impact the quality of our products.

Can we warm up nudeherbs Tonics?
Yes, due to the use of fully natural ingredients, feel free to warm the Tonics up and enjoy them as hot drinks.

How do I warm the nudeherbs Tonics up?
We have two main recommended methods. The first method is using a frothing machine (steaming/coffee machine) the same way youmake a latte. Alternatively, you can use a teapot, just ensure that you are placing the cap on to avoid losing flavour. Watch this Vidoe (


What’s Inside?

5500mg of *:

Astragalus 1, 2, 3

Olive Leaf 4, 5, 6

Turmeric 7, 8, 9

Thyme 10, 11, 12

Oregano 13, 14 , 15

Black Pepper 16

*The raised numerical symbols indicate the pertinent scientific citation

Plant Based

Over 70%
Organic Herbs

No Added Sugar or
Sugar Alcohols

Hand-brewed in
Small Btaches

No Artificial

Over 90%
Australian Ingredients

Potent Concertation
of Herbs & Flowers

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