Mom to Be Tea – Large
with Organic Raspberry & Nettle Leaf
Pregnancy is an adventure and expectant moms need all the help they can get! Specially formulated to support a woman throughout her pregnancy, this nutritive tea contains organic herbs traditionally used for their safety and effectiveness. Red raspberry leaf tones, rosehips and nettle offer an ample source of much needed vitamins and minerals, while oatstraw and peppermint calm anxious nerves.
The ingredients are the product:
rubus idaeus* (raspberry) leaf, urtica dioica* (nettle) leaf, avena sativa* (oat) straw, rosa canina* (rosehip), and mentha piperita* (peppermint) leaf *certified organic
Nettle Leaf: high in nutrients of iron, calcium, potassium, vitamin C and many other vitamins and minerals; strengthening & toning to the reproductive system
Oat Straw: nervine tonic, nutritive, high in calcium & magnesium
Peppermint Leaf: carminative (gas expelling), digestive aid, good for nausea & gas
Raspberry Leaf: nutritive, high in iron, calcium, minerals & niacin; toning & strengthening to reproductive system; good for anemia and low energy levels
Rosehip: high in vitamin C; nutritive; good tonic for general debility and exhaustion
Are herbs safe during Pregnancy? What herbs are unsafe?
Nature offers an abundance of safe & beneficial herbs that have been used throughout the ages to help common symptoms and discomforts that arise during pregnancy. Some may be used at specific times, while others can be used safely through all trimesters to ease, aid and tone the tissue, and help facilitate birth itself. Our Mom To Be Tea contains two of the most valuable herbs for pregnancy – Red Raspberry Leaf and Nettle. These herbs tone the uterus and provide nutritive support to mom throughout her pregnancy.
There are however, some herbs that should be avoided during pregnancy. These herbs, known as Emmenagougues, can stimulate uterine contractions. The most common of these are: Golden Seal, Pennyroyal, Rue, Sage, Tansy and Wormwood. While these may not always act as abortifacients, it is best to avoid them during pregnancy.
- Safe tea for pregnancy & beyond
- Uterine tonic for pregnancy
- High in nutrients including calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C
- Calming to anxious nerves
- Great tasting