Indulge in the nourishing and balancing properties of Herbal Women’s Tea, a thoughtfully crafted blend of organic and wild-harvested herbs designed to support the female reproductive system at all stages of life. This tea is a delightful addition to your daily routine and provides whole-food nutritive support.
The blend includes red raspberry leaves, squaw vine, alfalfa, lemon balm, and nettles. These herbs work together to promote female reproductive health, hormonal balance, and overall well-being.
To enjoy Herbal Women’s Tea, simply add one medium rounded teaspoon of herbs to one cup of water. Brew 2-4 cups a day according to your preference. Each package contains approximately 176 medium rounded teaspoons, providing a generous supply for several months of enjoyment.
This tea is particularly beneficial during the second half of pregnancy as it helps prepare the body for labor and supports the postpartum healing process. However, it is important to note that during the first trimester of pregnancy, it is recommended to refrain from drinking Pregnancy Tea and instead opt for Red Raspberry Leaf Tea. Begin consuming Pregnancy Tea during the second half of your pregnancy, starting from the middle of the fourth month.
There are two simple methods to prepare Herbal Women’s Tea:
Method 1: Boil water in a stainless steel or glass pan, remove from heat, add the herbs, cover, and let steep for 15 minutes. Strain the tea into a container and sweeten to taste.
Method 2: Pour boiling water into a container, place the herbs in a stainless steel tea ball, submerge the tea ball in the water, cover, and steep for 15 minutes. Remove the tea ball and sweeten if desired.
If you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, it is advised to avoid Pregnancy Tea and switch to Red Raspberry Leaf Tea. Additionally, adjust or reduce tea consumption if it triggers painful Braxton Hicks contractions. As always, consult with your healthcare provider before making any changes to your diet or herbal regimen during pregnancy.
Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The statements made regarding the benefits of the ingredients in the tea have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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