Ariana Grande And Jenna Fischer Both Swear By This Herbal Tea

Hollywood celebrities swear by this affordable and effective sore throat tea. Wonderful for a cold or simply a dry throat, celebrities such as Ariana Grande and Jenna Fischer have shared their love for this warm herbal beverage. In a September 2021 episode of "The Voice," the coaches shared the gifts they selected for their teams, and Grande included her own personal first aid kit for her singers, which included Traditional Medicinals Throat Coat tea (via People). Shared Grande, "As a coach, I want them to maintain healthy instruments. My gift this season is a lunch box. There are supplements and teas and honey packets to help soothe your voice."

Clearly a fan herself, Grande followed up to share, "I hope the singers on this show book big tours and that they get to go sing for the rest of their lives. I hope that they find these tools very helpful." You'll find other musical fans of this favorite soothing beverage, too, such as opera singer Rosemary Crim who tags a pic of herself practicing her favorite soprano score, to Cyndi Lauper's lead guitarist Alex Nolan showing off a variety of herbals with Throat Coat included. 

Vocal coach Jaime Vendera also describes this tea as not "just for singers" but a great solution for anyone whose throat is dry or slightly hoarse (via Jaime Vendera).

A naturally soothing throat solution

Hollywood actors are clearly fans of this wellness tea. Jenna Fischer shared an October 2021 Instagram story showing her and her husband enjoying some Throat Coat tea, followed by another story tagging her podcast co-host and fellow "Office" alum Angela Kinsey in sharing that Fischer had gotten her voice back. Fischer and Kinsey are both herbal tea fans, as Fischer has previously shared her love of another herbal called Sleepytime tea in the past (per Twitter). Kinsey regularly shares herself enjoying a cup of tea on Instagram, describing this experience as, "100-percent a wellness moment" (via New Beauty).

So, what exactly is it about Throat Coat that gives it such a devoted following? The caffeine-free Traditional Medicinals blend contains both slippery elm, marshmallow root, and licorice root. While it might sound like candy, these are actually well-established natural remedies to alleviate symptoms of throat irritation and respiratory viruses (via the ENT Institute). And while this tea may have a celebrity following, it's also highly accessible to the average consumer. Found in many grocery stores, Throat Coat can also be purchased online, starting at $5.79 for a 16-bag box (via Traditional Medicinals).