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Organic Raspberry Leaf Tea

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Prepare your body for labour with our organic Raspberry Leaf tea, harnessing nature’s power to gently nurture you and your bump through pregnancy.

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  • 100% Raspberry Leaf
  • 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 £20
    • Is your due date looming?...Pregnancy is an exciting journey; prepare your body for the big day! 

      Drinking raspberry leaf tea in the last trimester of pregnancy is believed to help prepare & strengthen the uterine muscles.

      Our Raspberry leaf herbs are 100% organic and vegan; sealed a certified stamp of approval!...And better yet we use biodegradable teabags!

       

      The Raspberry leaf nutrients are beneficial to women during pregnancy and believed to help strengthen uterine muscles, tone the pelvic floor and encourage efficient contractions in preparation for labour and birth, also helping to decrease excess bleeding postpartum. Many women continue to drink the tea after childbirth to help restore the reproductive system and help nourish the new mother, harnessing nature’s power to gently nurture you and your bump.

       

    • Our Organic & Vegan Raspberry leaf contains a whole range of beneficial nutrients and is restorative to the whole body. Many other beneficial nutrients are found in raspberry leaf herb. Fragarine, an alkaloid that is a major component of the raspberry leaf strengthening and toning of not only the uterine muscles but the whole pelvic area. This helps the reproductive system prepare for labour and encourages proficient contractions when giving birth.

       

      Originally raspberry plants would have been growing wild in our hedgerows and along the edges of woodlands but early folk had the wisdom to cultivate this medicinal and culinary powerhouse. The red raspberry leaf bush has a lot more to offer than its humble appearance, pregnant women have used its leaves for centuries. 

      What does the NHS say?

      The NHS advise to start drinking raspberry leaf at 32 weeks, but not before. Allowing enough time for your body to experience all the benefits. You can gradually increase to drinking up to 3 cups a day in preparation for labour.

       

      For more information on our raspberry leaf tea read our blog 

    • 100% Organic Raspberry Leaf - 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

    • In preparation for birth drink one cup daily during the last two months of pregnancy and freely during labour. For the organised, make ice cubes, as these are particularly refreshing in case of lack of thirst. Raspberry leaf tea can also help with the expulsion of the afterbirth post-delivery and will help restore uterine and reproductive health.

      As each bag contains whole leaves, don’t throw it away after one use; why not top it up throughout the day by adding water to get the most out of the botanicals.


      Only drink Raspberry Leaf Tea in last 2 months of pregnancy no sooner

    • On the lead up to labour you will experience many emotions and feelings. These self-care tips to help you prepare for labour mentally and emotionally.

      Learn about labour – knowledge is power. Understanding the process will prepare you for what’s to come and calm your nerves. Discuss with your midwife, doctor, doula or people you know who have given birth. Also antenatal classes are a great source of information.

      Learn methods of relaxing – research breathing techniques or hypnobirthing tips to help you keep calm.

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    Our Organic & Vegan Raspberry leaf contains a whole range of beneficial nutrients and is restorative to the whole body. Many other beneficial nutrients are found in raspberry leaf herb. Fragarine, an alkaloid that is a major component of the raspberry leaf strengthening and toning of not only the uterine muscles but the whole pelvic area. This helps the reproductive system prepare for labour and encourages proficient contractions when giving birth.

     

    Originally raspberry plants would have been growing wild in our hedgerows and along the edges of woodlands but early folk had the wisdom to cultivate this medicinal and culinary powerhouse. The red raspberry leaf bush has a lot more to offer than its humble appearance, pregnant women have used its leaves for centuries. 

    What does the NHS say?

    The NHS advise to start drinking raspberry leaf at 32 weeks, but not before. Allowing enough time for your body to experience all the benefits. You can gradually increase to drinking up to 3 cups a day in preparation for labour.

     

    For more information on our raspberry leaf tea read our blog 

    100% Organic Raspberry Leaf - 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

    In preparation for birth drink one cup daily during the last two months of pregnancy and freely during labour. For the organised, make ice cubes, as these are particularly refreshing in case of lack of thirst. Raspberry leaf tea can also help with the expulsion of the afterbirth post-delivery and will help restore uterine and reproductive health.

    As each bag contains whole leaves, don’t throw it away after one use; why not top it up throughout the day by adding water to get the most out of the botanicals.


    Only drink Raspberry Leaf Tea in last 2 months of pregnancy no sooner

    On the lead up to labour you will experience many emotions and feelings. These self-care tips to help you prepare for labour mentally and emotionally.

    Learn about labour – knowledge is power. Understanding the process will prepare you for what’s to come and calm your nerves. Discuss with your midwife, doctor, doula or people you know who have given birth. Also antenatal classes are a great source of information.

    Learn methods of relaxing – research breathing techniques or hypnobirthing tips to help you keep calm.

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