6 things to pick up in Edmonton when you're feeling sick

Nov 19 2020, 9:00 am


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Getting sick sucks, and when it happens in the middle of a global pandemic it’s worse than ever.

After you’ve completed Alberta Health Services’ online COVID-19 self-assessment tool and arranged your test if needed, all that’s left to do is stay home and nurse yourself back to health (while self-isolating, of course, because nobody wants to catch those germs).

While you’re recovering, you’ll need some nourishing food and soothing drinks to get your body back to feeling like it’s kick-ass self again. These local Edmonton items fit the bill perfectly, so just order online or ask a friend to pick them up.

Cold-pressed juice from Neo Juicery

 

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This Edmonton company has colourful nutrient-packed concoctions named after popular Edmonton neighbourhoods and destination. Check out Hawrelak Park juice with fresh minty flavour, or the appropriately blue-coloured Ice District beverage with banana and coconut. The best part? Neo Juicery delivers to doorsteps in Edmonton.

Soups and bone broth from Bo & Marrow

An Edmonton couple founded this bone marrow and soup business back in 2015, and since then it’s exploded all across Western Canada. They ship for free on orders over $50, and their products are also available at several Edmonton grocery stores.

Some loose leaf tea from Acquired Taste Tea Company

This tea shop has been serving Edmonton since 1996, selling fine loose leaf and packaged tea. They cater to those seeking gourmet flavours, new and adventurous combinations, or those just dipping their toe into the world of tea. The store on 124th Street offers curb-side pickup and $5 shipping on online orders.

A juice bundle from Glow Juicery

 

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Need some ginger sing to clear those sinuses? Or just looking for an easy way to get some vitamins down your sore throat? Glow Juicery has you covered. You can order online or pick up products from their Strathcona location.

Teas and latte blends from Turmeric Teas

This Canadian tea company includes turmeric in all its products, an herb which is thought to have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects. They offer free shipping on all orders over $40.

Mac n Cheese from Sugarbowl Cafe

 

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Maybe what you need to get you through this sickness is some good old-fashioned comfort food. Sugarbowl Cafe has some great Mac n Cheese available for pickup.

 

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