When taken during the 3rd trimester, Raspberry Leaf Tea is said to aid the mothers immune system, promote good circulation, strengthen uterine muscles and pelvic floor in preparation for childbirth, as well as assist with breast milk supply.
This Raspberry Leaf Tea is traditionally used to strengthen and tone the tissues of the uterus, in preparation for birth. Can also be taken during labour.
It’s rich iron ingredients supports and strengthens the whole body. Stinging nettle; known as a “spleen” herb is warming and nourishing. Oatstraw is a great remedy for “feeding” the nervous system, especially when under stress. Oat straw is also great for skin conditions. Spearmint is excellent for the whole endocrine system, balances and calms and promotes a sense of wellbeing. Rosehip essentially is a calming tonic rich in vitamins and antioxidants. It is an excellent spleen/stomach and adrenal tonic – organs which tend to be affected by long term stress. Chamomile is calming and gently sedating, it will help promote restful sleep after a busy day. It is also anti-inflammatory and has a calming, healing effect on the digestive system. Also anti-allergic. Alfalfa is warming, nourishing and building, helping build strength over the last trimester with the same benefits of a ‘spleen’ herb
This delicious blend of herbs is best consumed from 32 weeks of pregnancy up until birth.
It is not recommended to consume whilst breast feeding.
Make a Raspberry Leaf Tea in an Eco Cup for a quick on-the-go warming drink to start your morning!