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Menopause and Perimenopause is a process that is part of a women’s natural reproductive life cycle. These hormonal changes in a women’s body typically occur between the ages of 45 - 55, however this can vary with each woman.

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  • 100% Natural
  • Biodegradable tea bags
  • Caffeine Free
  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Ethical Tea Partnership
  • Free from artificial colours and flavourings
  • 15 x Tea Bags
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    • About our herbalist formulated herbal tonic 

      'Herbal tonics are at the core of Herbalism, the study of using medicinal plants for health.'

      Our herbalist has curated this herbal formula for women experiencing Perimenopause and Menopause. 

      It’s benefits include:

      • Hormone regulation 
      • Helps with mood
      • Reduces hot flushes & night sweats 
      • Helps clear out old & stagnant hormones 

       

    • What is Perimenopause?

      Perimenopause means 'around menopause' which refers to the time surrounding the female body making its natural transition to menopause. This stage is also referred to as the ‘menopausal transition'. In the transition stage the menstrual cycle starts to become irregular and women may begin to experience symptoms such as hot flushes. Women can start Perimenopause at different ages.

      What is Menopause? 

      Menopause is defined as when a woman’s ovaries no longer make oestrogen or progesterone, and their periods have stopped for one year. However there is more than one stage of menopause. Menopause is once a woman has experienced her final period and will experience hot flushes, vaginal dryness, sleep problems and mood swings. Menopause can be confusing and uncomfortable period in a women’s life, a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine can help regulate these symptoms however herbal tonics have successfully been used to help relieve menopausal symptoms for years. 

      What does the NHS about Menopause? 

      'The Menopause is when a woman stops having periods and is no longer able to get pregnant naturally.'

      The majority of menopausal women can experience symptoms due to hormonal changes within the body, such as:

      • Anxiety and mood swings 
      • Low libido 
      • Hot flushes 
      • Vaginal dryness 
      • Difficulty sleeping 
      • Problems concentrating and remembering

      If symptoms are severe and cause disruption to day-to-day life your GP can offer treatments to help provide relief. 

      Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a common treatment for menopause symptoms. It works by replacing oestrogen within the body using tablets, skin patches, gels and implants.

      Our menopause tea helps regulate hormonal imbalances using natural resources.

    • Our 'Hit The Pause Button' blend has been carefully formulated with beneficial herbs and plants to help your body through this time, our blend includes:

      Shatavari Root

      A traditional herbal tonic that is extremely useful in combatting menopausal symptoms, particularly hot flashes, dryness, irregular memory and irritability. It contains shatavarins which provide oestrogenic stimulation when there is a lack of oestrogen.

      Lady’s Mantle

      The Lady’s Mantle herb is often referred to as a “women’s herb” as it’s leaves are used to remedy menopausal symptoms. It acts on the progesterone receptors in the body which can help reduce the occurrence of hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety and mood swings. It also reduces heavy bleeding which is beneficial in the perimenopause stage.

      Red Clover

      Red clover has been used for centuries as a herbal tonic as it contains isoflavones (a type of phtooestrogen).Phytoestrogens help alleviate the severity of some menopause symptoms as they boost the level of oestrogen.

      Hawthorn Berry

      Hawthorn provides relief from hot flashes and helps menopausal women sleep better and find comfort throughout the day. It also helps maintain normal bodily function as a circulation booster, blood pressure regulator, cholesterol fighter and digestive aide. 

      Vitex Angus Castus

      Also known as the chaste tree Berry, Vitex is used as a therapeutic option for soothing the   transitional symptoms experienced in menopause as it is a hormone regulator. It gently raises progesterone levels which is important in perimenopause as the oestrogen levels are a lot higher.

      Sage

      During perimenopause and menopause, the hypothalamus can get confused by the hormonal changes in the body, this is what causes hot flashes and night sweats as the hypothalamus regulates body temperature. Sage helps reconfigure the temperature of the body.

      Dandelion Root

      Dandelion root helps regulate hormone production and clears out old and stagnant hormones. The root it packed full of antioxidants that help reduce stress and slow down the signs of ageing. 

       

      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 freely during menopause.

    • The Menopause is a period of time when it is imperative to look after your body and well-being. Practicing self-care promotes the maintenance of your mental, emotional and physical health. Self-care should be a conscious daily effort that you can introduce into your life with small changes.

      Frequent exercise in whatever form is a great way to stay healthy whilst boosting mood and energy. Particularly great during Menopause as the irregularity in your hormonal levels fluctuate your mood can dip.

      Avoiding smoking is a beneficial choice to make. Nicotine reduces levels of Oestrogen in the body which is what occurs in Menopause and causes some of the symptoms. Smoking could worsen the symptoms. 

      Eating well and ensuring your body is receiving the nutrients it needs. This will help ensure a healthy body and mind.

      Stay hydrated and make sure you’re are drinking plenty of fluids. During Menopause oestrogen levels drop and oestrogen makes it easier for our tissue to retain water. Not being hydrated enough could lead to lack of energy, brain fog and dizziness. Plus it’s great for your skin. 

      Getting enough sleep during Menopause is beneficial for your mind and body. Most women have trouble sleeping during this period but take any opportunity to catch up on sleep as it helps the brain and body work more efficiently. 

      Meditation is a great way to relax and boost your mood. Try taking 5 or 10 minutes to yourself before bed or whenever you get chance in the day. Mediation is also linked to helping relieve hot flushes.

       

      *Your safety is our priority. All Myrtle & Maude products are formulated and regulated by our herbalist. For extra peace of mind, consult your doctor before use. Each and everyone of us is unique and your doctor can best advise especially if you are taking medications.

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    What is Perimenopause?

    Perimenopause means 'around menopause' which refers to the time surrounding the female body making its natural transition to menopause. This stage is also referred to as the ‘menopausal transition'. In the transition stage the menstrual cycle starts to become irregular and women may begin to experience symptoms such as hot flushes. Women can start Perimenopause at different ages.

    What is Menopause? 

    Menopause is defined as when a woman’s ovaries no longer make oestrogen or progesterone, and their periods have stopped for one year. However there is more than one stage of menopause. Menopause is once a woman has experienced her final period and will experience hot flushes, vaginal dryness, sleep problems and mood swings. Menopause can be confusing and uncomfortable period in a women’s life, a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine can help regulate these symptoms however herbal tonics have successfully been used to help relieve menopausal symptoms for years. 

    What does the NHS about Menopause? 

    'The Menopause is when a woman stops having periods and is no longer able to get pregnant naturally.'

    The majority of menopausal women can experience symptoms due to hormonal changes within the body, such as:

    • Anxiety and mood swings 
    • Low libido 
    • Hot flushes 
    • Vaginal dryness 
    • Difficulty sleeping 
    • Problems concentrating and remembering

    If symptoms are severe and cause disruption to day-to-day life your GP can offer treatments to help provide relief. 

    Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a common treatment for menopause symptoms. It works by replacing oestrogen within the body using tablets, skin patches, gels and implants.

    Our menopause tea helps regulate hormonal imbalances using natural resources.

    Our 'Hit The Pause Button' blend has been carefully formulated with beneficial herbs and plants to help your body through this time, our blend includes:

    Shatavari Root

    A traditional herbal tonic that is extremely useful in combatting menopausal symptoms, particularly hot flashes, dryness, irregular memory and irritability. It contains shatavarins which provide oestrogenic stimulation when there is a lack of oestrogen.

    Lady’s Mantle

    The Lady’s Mantle herb is often referred to as a “women’s herb” as it’s leaves are used to remedy menopausal symptoms. It acts on the progesterone receptors in the body which can help reduce the occurrence of hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety and mood swings. It also reduces heavy bleeding which is beneficial in the perimenopause stage.

    Red Clover

    Red clover has been used for centuries as a herbal tonic as it contains isoflavones (a type of phtooestrogen).Phytoestrogens help alleviate the severity of some menopause symptoms as they boost the level of oestrogen.

    Hawthorn Berry

    Hawthorn provides relief from hot flashes and helps menopausal women sleep better and find comfort throughout the day. It also helps maintain normal bodily function as a circulation booster, blood pressure regulator, cholesterol fighter and digestive aide. 

    Vitex Angus Castus

    Also known as the chaste tree Berry, Vitex is used as a therapeutic option for soothing the   transitional symptoms experienced in menopause as it is a hormone regulator. It gently raises progesterone levels which is important in perimenopause as the oestrogen levels are a lot higher.

    Sage

    During perimenopause and menopause, the hypothalamus can get confused by the hormonal changes in the body, this is what causes hot flashes and night sweats as the hypothalamus regulates body temperature. Sage helps reconfigure the temperature of the body.

    Dandelion Root

    Dandelion root helps regulate hormone production and clears out old and stagnant hormones. The root it packed full of antioxidants that help reduce stress and slow down the signs of ageing. 

     

    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 freely during menopause.

    The Menopause is a period of time when it is imperative to look after your body and well-being. Practicing self-care promotes the maintenance of your mental, emotional and physical health. Self-care should be a conscious daily effort that you can introduce into your life with small changes.

    Frequent exercise in whatever form is a great way to stay healthy whilst boosting mood and energy. Particularly great during Menopause as the irregularity in your hormonal levels fluctuate your mood can dip.

    Avoiding smoking is a beneficial choice to make. Nicotine reduces levels of Oestrogen in the body which is what occurs in Menopause and causes some of the symptoms. Smoking could worsen the symptoms. 

    Eating well and ensuring your body is receiving the nutrients it needs. This will help ensure a healthy body and mind.

    Stay hydrated and make sure you’re are drinking plenty of fluids. During Menopause oestrogen levels drop and oestrogen makes it easier for our tissue to retain water. Not being hydrated enough could lead to lack of energy, brain fog and dizziness. Plus it’s great for your skin. 

    Getting enough sleep during Menopause is beneficial for your mind and body. Most women have trouble sleeping during this period but take any opportunity to catch up on sleep as it helps the brain and body work more efficiently. 

    Meditation is a great way to relax and boost your mood. Try taking 5 or 10 minutes to yourself before bed or whenever you get chance in the day. Mediation is also linked to helping relieve hot flushes.

     

    *Your safety is our priority. All Myrtle & Maude products are formulated and regulated by our herbalist. For extra peace of mind, consult your doctor before use. Each and everyone of us is unique and your doctor can best advise especially if you are taking medications.

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