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Organic Trimester Teas Bundle

Supporting you throughout your journey with our organic trimester teas, Carefully selected blends to provide support for all your pregnancy needs.  

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  • Biodegradable tea bags
  • Caffeine Free
  • Certified Organic
  • Certified Vegan
  • Ethical Tea Partnership
  • Free from artificial colours and flavourings
  • Discreet Shipping Packaging
  • 100% Natural
  • Each pouch contains 15 tea bags (Makes 30 cups!)
  • FREE UK SHIPPING when spending £24
  • Supporting you throughout your pregnancy journey with our organic trimester teas. Formulated by our herbalist who has carefully selected blends to provide support for all your pregnancy needs.  

    Our Trimester tea bundle includes:

    1 x Queasy days tea

    1 x Labour day tea 

    1 x Milk flow tea

  • Organic Morning Sickness Tea (Trimester 1)

    Pregnant? Congratulations! Morning Sickness? We feel you!

    Using all natural ingredients such as ginger and peppermint, our organic tea helps alleviate morning sickness symptoms of nausea & vomiting. Formulated by our expert herbalist.

    Organic Raspberry Leaf Tea (Trimester 3)

    100% organic raspberry leaf, this medicinal plant has been used for centuries to help prepare a women’s reproductive system for birth. It strengthens the uterine muscles, which helps promote regular contractions. Raspberry leaves have been enjoyed by pregnant women from the earliest times. So, what makes raspberry leaf so effective for pregnant women? Raspberry leaves are a larder of nutrients and are a tonic for the entire body. 

    Organic Lactation Tea for Breastfeeding (Trimester 4)

    Rich in galactagogues, our milk flow tea naturally promotes breast milk production and provides vital nutrients for a nursing mother. Childbirth is an extremely strenuous thing for your body (and mind) to go through. Because of this, replenishing yourself after birth is key. Our creation comprises a nourishing mix of meticulously chosen herbs. 

    Galactagogue herbs stimulate the production of milk. Many galactagogues are also powerful uterine stimulants so it’s important not to consume when pregnant.

  • Queasy days tea: Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%)

    Raspberry leaf: 100% raspberry leaf

    Milk flow tea: Fenugreek 17%, Aniseed 17%, Fennel Seed 17%, German Chamomile 17%, Caraway Seed 16%, Nettle Leaf 16%

     

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

    No Added: Flavours, Preservatives, Salt or Artificial Colourings

    May Contain: Mustard & Celery handled on site

  • Queasy days herbal tea

    Drink when feeling a little peaky. Use one tea bag per cup, let brew for 4-5 minutes.

    Raspberry herbal leaf

    Begin drinking in the last two months of pregnancy (no earlier) to allow the body to benefit from the tea, allow for one cup a day and drink freely during labour.  

    Milk flow herbal tea

    Our herbalist recommends drinking 3 cups daily, brew for 4-5 minutes then serve. *Not to be consumed during pregnancy.

  • Pregnancy is a long journey where the body goes through a lot of changes, which physically, emotionally and mentally affect women. It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and well-being during this time to ensure your safety and your babies. Self care is a great way to check in with yourself and help you understand what your body needs and when.

    Nutrition is important 

    During the first trimester, morning sickness can ruin many mums-to-be appetites buts it’s so important in your pregnancy that you are consuming enough nutrients as your body is working extra hard.

    Know when to rest

    Sleep can be disrupted by morning sickness, aches or your growing bump but take a rest wherever you can to help your body.

    Spend time outside 

    Spending time in nature is proven to lower cortisol, the stress hormone, which can be helpful during pregnancy. Going on walks or light exercise can be a great during pregnancy and can help balance out your hormones at the same time. 

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Organic Morning Sickness Tea (Trimester 1)

Pregnant? Congratulations! Morning Sickness? We feel you!

Using all natural ingredients such as ginger and peppermint, our organic tea helps alleviate morning sickness symptoms of nausea & vomiting. Formulated by our expert herbalist.

Organic Raspberry Leaf Tea (Trimester 3)

100% organic raspberry leaf, this medicinal plant has been used for centuries to help prepare a women’s reproductive system for birth. It strengthens the uterine muscles, which helps promote regular contractions. Raspberry leaves have been enjoyed by pregnant women from the earliest times. So, what makes raspberry leaf so effective for pregnant women? Raspberry leaves are a larder of nutrients and are a tonic for the entire body. 

Organic Lactation Tea for Breastfeeding (Trimester 4)

Rich in galactagogues, our milk flow tea naturally promotes breast milk production and provides vital nutrients for a nursing mother. Childbirth is an extremely strenuous thing for your body (and mind) to go through. Because of this, replenishing yourself after birth is key. Our creation comprises a nourishing mix of meticulously chosen herbs. 

Galactagogue herbs stimulate the production of milk. Many galactagogues are also powerful uterine stimulants so it’s important not to consume when pregnant.

Queasy days tea: Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%)

Raspberry leaf: 100% raspberry leaf

Milk flow tea: Fenugreek 17%, Aniseed 17%, Fennel Seed 17%, German Chamomile 17%, Caraway Seed 16%, Nettle Leaf 16%

 

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

No Added: Flavours, Preservatives, Salt or Artificial Colourings

May Contain: Mustard & Celery handled on site

Queasy days herbal tea

Drink when feeling a little peaky. Use one tea bag per cup, let brew for 4-5 minutes.

Raspberry herbal leaf

Begin drinking in the last two months of pregnancy (no earlier) to allow the body to benefit from the tea, allow for one cup a day and drink freely during labour.  

Milk flow herbal tea

Our herbalist recommends drinking 3 cups daily, brew for 4-5 minutes then serve. *Not to be consumed during pregnancy.

Pregnancy is a long journey where the body goes through a lot of changes, which physically, emotionally and mentally affect women. It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and well-being during this time to ensure your safety and your babies. Self care is a great way to check in with yourself and help you understand what your body needs and when.

Nutrition is important 

During the first trimester, morning sickness can ruin many mums-to-be appetites buts it’s so important in your pregnancy that you are consuming enough nutrients as your body is working extra hard.

Know when to rest

Sleep can be disrupted by morning sickness, aches or your growing bump but take a rest wherever you can to help your body.

Spend time outside 

Spending time in nature is proven to lower cortisol, the stress hormone, which can be helpful during pregnancy. Going on walks or light exercise can be a great during pregnancy and can help balance out your hormones at the same time. 

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