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Organic Morning Sickness Tea

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Combat  your morning sickness with the help of our organic herbal pregnancy tea. Add our morning sickness tea to your daily routine to keep queasiness as bay.

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  • Biodegradable tea bags
  • Caffeine Free
  • Certified Organic
  • Certified Vegan
  • Ethical Tea Partnership
  • Free from artificial colours and flavourings
  • 15 x Tea Bags
  • Natural solution
  • Discreet shipping packaging
  • FREE UK SHIPPING when spending £24
  • Our herbs are certified vegan and organic and our tea bags are biodegradable.

    Our herbalist has formulated a herbal blend to help support the symptoms of Morning Sickness with the help of our all-natural and caffeine free organic tea blend, blended specially for tender tums.

  • We source, grow and pick only the best organic ingredients. 

    Our herbalist has carefully chosen a blend that will support those queasy moments. With a combination of settling ginger, vibrant peppermint and uplifting scent of luxurious fragrant rose petal.

    Each pouch contains 15 tea bags - make the most of your supply by ensuring that you avoid treating these tea bags like they are single use and top up your cup throughout the day extending its use.

    What do the NHS say?

    New NHS guidelines mention that there is evidence that ginger may help reduce nausea and vomiting and can play a useful role in treating Morning Sickness. Natural peppermint is also recommended by the NHS as a herbal remedy that can help relieve symptoms too…these two powerhouse herbs are major players in our natural blend.

    What is Morning Sickness?

    Characterised by symptoms of nausea and vomiting, morning sickness is something that no woman wants to experience – but surprisingly, more are affected by it than you might think. In fact, as many as 4 in 5 women experience morning sickness during pregnancy. It can cause distress and discomfort as happens because of the hormones that the placenta is producing!

    Ingredient benefits

    - Peppermint: may help treat stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting. Peppermint is also very soothing

    - Ginger root: This root may be incredibly beneficial for digestive issues like nausea and vomiting.

    - Lemon balm: Given its potential impact on your digestive system, lemon balm may also help relieve feelings of nausea

    - Chamomile: It’s often used to relax your digestive muscles and treat issues like:, indigestion, motion sickness, nausea, vomiting

    - Rose petal: Stomach and digestive problems / Rose tea contains high amounts of Vitamin C, an antioxidant vital to our body’s healing process and its ability to fight off infection

    - Orange peel: Orange peel has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine and in the Amazon as an herbal remedy for indigestion and nausea, according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine / Studies show that diets high in vitamin C and fiber benefit digestive health

  • Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%) - 15 x Tea Bags


    Free From: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Eggs, Fish, Milk, Corn, soya and Nuts 

    No Added: Artificial Flavours, Preservatives, Salt or Artificial Colourings

    May contain: Mustard & Celery handled on site

  • 1 Tea Bag per cup, pour over boiling water and leave to brew for 4-5 minutes. For the best taste, cover the cup while brewing. Our herbalist recommends drinking first thing in the morning when feeling a little peaky.

  • During your first trimester morning sickness symptoms can be debilitating and can get in the way of day to day life. These self-care tips can help you get to know what your body needs during this time. 

     

    Avoid spicy and fatty foods, as both foods can aggravate feelings of nausea and vomiting. 

    Ginger is a natural remedy for settling the stomach as it helps he digestive system.

    Talk about it...sharing your experience with your partner or a friend makes the whole process easier then trying to work through it on your own. Allowing your partner to know what times your symptoms are worse means they can be mindful and be there if you require support. 

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We source, grow and pick only the best organic ingredients. 

Our herbalist has carefully chosen a blend that will support those queasy moments. With a combination of settling ginger, vibrant peppermint and uplifting scent of luxurious fragrant rose petal.

Each pouch contains 15 tea bags - make the most of your supply by ensuring that you avoid treating these tea bags like they are single use and top up your cup throughout the day extending its use.

What do the NHS say?

New NHS guidelines mention that there is evidence that ginger may help reduce nausea and vomiting and can play a useful role in treating Morning Sickness. Natural peppermint is also recommended by the NHS as a herbal remedy that can help relieve symptoms too…these two powerhouse herbs are major players in our natural blend.

What is Morning Sickness?

Characterised by symptoms of nausea and vomiting, morning sickness is something that no woman wants to experience – but surprisingly, more are affected by it than you might think. In fact, as many as 4 in 5 women experience morning sickness during pregnancy. It can cause distress and discomfort as happens because of the hormones that the placenta is producing!

Ingredient benefits

- Peppermint: may help treat stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting. Peppermint is also very soothing

- Ginger root: This root may be incredibly beneficial for digestive issues like nausea and vomiting.

- Lemon balm: Given its potential impact on your digestive system, lemon balm may also help relieve feelings of nausea

- Chamomile: It’s often used to relax your digestive muscles and treat issues like:, indigestion, motion sickness, nausea, vomiting

- Rose petal: Stomach and digestive problems / Rose tea contains high amounts of Vitamin C, an antioxidant vital to our body’s healing process and its ability to fight off infection

- Orange peel: Orange peel has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine and in the Amazon as an herbal remedy for indigestion and nausea, according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine / Studies show that diets high in vitamin C and fiber benefit digestive health

Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%) - 15 x Tea Bags


Free From: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Eggs, Fish, Milk, Corn, soya and Nuts 

No Added: Artificial Flavours, Preservatives, Salt or Artificial Colourings

May contain: Mustard & Celery handled on site

1 Tea Bag per cup, pour over boiling water and leave to brew for 4-5 minutes. For the best taste, cover the cup while brewing. Our herbalist recommends drinking first thing in the morning when feeling a little peaky.

During your first trimester morning sickness symptoms can be debilitating and can get in the way of day to day life. These self-care tips can help you get to know what your body needs during this time. 

 

Avoid spicy and fatty foods, as both foods can aggravate feelings of nausea and vomiting. 

Ginger is a natural remedy for settling the stomach as it helps he digestive system.

Talk about it...sharing your experience with your partner or a friend makes the whole process easier then trying to work through it on your own. Allowing your partner to know what times your symptoms are worse means they can be mindful and be there if you require support. 

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