Organic Merchant Mother Nurture Tea

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 MOTHER NURTURE TEA< Breast Feeding Tea

Our Mother Nurture Tea was designed with breastfeeding mothers in mind. This nurturing blend of herbs has traditionally been used to maintain healthy breast milk supply, support lactation and promote digestion in both mother and baby.

Weight: 60g – makes 40 cups

Our breastfeeding tea for nursing mothers is a freshly spiced herbal infusion with a slight hint of natural sweetness and citrus, that balances the goat’s rue aroma.

 

Breastfeeding Tea Health Benefits – How can this blend help improve lactation?

Our Mother Nurture Tea was designed with breastfeeding mothers in mind. The carefully selected herbs are traditionally used to maintain a healthy breast milk supply, support lactation and ease digestion for both mother and baby.

Goat’s Rue
The slightly bitter tasting plant acts as a galactagogue and hypoglycaemic. It is used to treat poor lactation and diabetes in alternative medicine.

Fennel
Naturally packed with anethole and quercetin glucosides, fennel has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and galactagogue properties. It is traditionally used to treat intestinal colic, pharyngitis and poor lactation.

Star Anise
Star Anise acts as a stimulant and is diuretic as well as carminative. The herb helps improve digestion, alleviate cramps and reduce nausea. Consuming tea containing star anise after meals helps treat digestive ailments such as bloating, gas, indigestion and constipation.

Withania
Full of alkaloids and steroidal lactones, withania (also known as ashwaghanda) has adaptogen, tonic and anti-inflammatory actions. It is traditionally used to treat nervous exhaustion, anaemia and physcial weakness.

Lemon Balm
Lemon balm is not only useful for people suffering from insomnia, it is also used for treating anxiety, indigestion and reducing stress.

Herbal infusions are termed food grade therapeutics and are generally safe to consume while pregnant and nursing. Please consult your practitioner for further advice.

Store in a dry place out of direct sunlight below 30°C. Not intended to diagnose in any way.