The unique mint flavor with an extra portion of natural goodness.
A refreshing blend of blueberries, raspberries, currants and herbs.
Ricola tradition is based on a consistent blend of 13 fine quality medicinal herbs to produce the world-famous Ricola original herb drops. Still to this day, the blend remains a well-kept secret.
Ricola Blackcurrant herb pastilles clear the throat and are soothing for the vocal chords.
Delicious Cranberries give this Ricola herb drop its special fruity, tangy flavor.
Ricola Eucalyptus herb drops keep the breath fresh and are soothing for the throat.
The floral fragrance of Elderflower combined with the Ricola 13-herb blend awakens feelings of summer.
Thousands of yellow and black-striped winged helpers collect the rich honey for Ricola’s fine Honey herb drop.
Orange Mint, in combination with the Ricola 13-herb blend, produces the herb drop’s fruity and fresh natural flavor.
Sugar-free freshness to chew or suck – Ricola Fresh Pearls with peppermint flavor.
The spicy, aromatic flavor of Sage and its medicinal powers have been valued since antiquity.
The fruity and fresh herb drop – with the Ricola 13 Swiss herbs and enriching Sea Berry juice.
Lemon Mint is a flavor combination of the herb drop with the Ricola 13-herb blend and Menthol. With a refreshing lemony taste.
You can enjoy all the goodness of Ricola herbs in a cup. The fine quality Herb tea blend also contains Swiss mountain herbs.
Enjoy this soothing herb tea made from Swiss mountain herbs and Elder Blossom. Serve this tea chilled for a uniquely refreshing flavor experience!
Mint power for your body: Ricola Mint tea is soothing for colds and makes a refreshing cool summer drink.
Stressed, nervous and in need of relaxation? Ricola Lemon Mint tea provides calming relief for nervous tension.
Ricola instant teas are the express drink – leaving you more time to enjoy them!
Yarrow was said to be able to heal kings, burnet could ward off the Plague and the glistening dew drops on the leaves of lady’s mantle were thought to possess magical powers!
“I value you as my most trusted friend.” This is what ‘marshmallow’ symbolizes in the plant kingdom.
Horehound (Old English hār = white) revives energy at lightning speed, but not by stinging (like its sister plant, the stinging nettle).
The moment Burnet is put in the mouth it creates a burning sensation so you will be wide awake.
Cowslip – also known in European languages as ‘key flower’ – is a true herald of spring.
‘Sambucus’ is the Latin name for Elder. The species name ‘nigra’ means ‘black’ and refers to the berries ripening in the shade.
The name also alludes to the plant’s powers: Aucubin, the active ingredient, releases defensive compounds that prevent infection.
Guttation water (resembling dew drops) on Lady’s Mantle was always believed to have special powers.
The best-known herb from the Ricola 13-herb blend is extremely versatile and has many uses.
For Christians, the herb is symbolic of forgiveness for a hardened heart.
Sage is not just irreplaceable for the Ricola 13-herb blend. Numerous recipes achieve that special flavor by containing Sage.
Plantain can be used to treat minor wounds, insect bites or stings from nettles.
Traces of Yarrow were found at ancient burial sites dating back 60,000 years. The plant is regarded as one of the oldest medicinal herbs in Europe.
The strongest pick of the Ricola 13 herbs: the name, Thyme, is derived from the Greek ‘thyo’, reflecting a Greek custom of calming the Gods with fragrant smoke of Thyme.