Herb Tea for Pregnant/New Moms - Baby, look at you glow. But with all the changes going on in your body, you could probably use a bit of personal pampering. So whether you're expecting, or your little bundle of joy has already arrived, kick back and enjoy a cup of this lovely caffeine-free herbal blend, based on organic rooibos and conceived just for you.
To help tone uterine muscles, we've added raspberry leaf, a time-honored tonic*. Nettles and alfalfa, herbs with roots that reach deep into mother earth, provide essential nutrients like silica for growing strong bones*. Parsley fights water retention and a snap of ginger staves off nausea. So sip and rock-a-bye baby yourself.
Steeping red tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
organic Rooibos(leaf), raspberry (leaf), stinging nettle (aerial parts), ginger (root), alfalfa (leaf), parsley (leaf). Other ingredients: natural mango flavor, black limon
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Love it ~ Don't sweat the nettle.
January 25, 2013
I have been enjoying this tea daily in my second and third trimesters. Don't let the concerns over nettle fool you, since the Ministry uses only "aerial parts" there's nothing to worry about - it's the root that is not recommended during pregnancy. Since I'm avoiding mint, it was tricky to find a mama tea, but this one is delicious and good for me. I also love that the Ministry doesn't use string, paper, or staples on their tea bags. Great product, great company.
Safe & tasty
January 08, 2013
Mommy of soon to be 4
My midwives have said nettle is safe. Also I'm pretty sure this company has done the research before selling a product. With our 4th little one on the way I have never had any worries drinking this tea ever. It's tasty.
December 12, 2012
This tea is very safe and I have been drinking it for years. My oldest daughter uses it faithfully to ease cramping during her cycle. She is miserable when she forgets to drink this beginning three days before, but feels great when she remembers.
June 25, 2012
This tea tastes fine--just like all Republic of Tea teas. However, it contains stinging nettle. Stinging nettle should be avoided during pregnancy. Everything else in this tea is absolutely perfect for a pregnant woman. Why put nettle in it!?
March 27, 2012
Tasty yet subtle. I was able to drink this while dealing with some pretty serious morning sickness. Was calming to my stomach when my usual cup of joe was sounding quite revolting.