Nourishing Tea

(1 customer review)

$15.00

This tea was originally formulated with a pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding mother in mind. This is your classic NORA tea without the mess and fuss of measuring it out yourself.

This nourishing tea includes organic dried herbs of nettle, raspberry leaf, oatstraw, and alfalfa.

Directions:

Steep 1-2 tablespoons 3-4 times a day as needed.

There are approximately 30-45 servings per bag.

**This is not meant to be medical advice. Please speak with your healthcare professional before using herbs medicinally. Please see our privacy policy here.

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Description

This tea was originally formulated with a pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding mother in mind. This is your classic NORA tea without the mess and fuss of measuring it out yourself. Even if you’re not pregnant, this nourishing tea is packed full of vitamins and minerals that can help nourish your body such as iron, calcium, magnesium, protein, silicon, tannins, trace minerals, and vitamins A, B, C, D, and E.

This nourishing tea includes organic dried herbs of nettle, raspberry leaf, oatstraw, and alfalfa.

Ingredients:

Nettle (Urtica dioica) is a nourishing herb full of iron, calcium, magnesium, protein, and other nutrients. This is an excellent herb for anemia, low blood pressure (hypotension), and general weakness. Nettle leaf is anti-inflammatory and would work well to ease inflammation postpartum. This herb will also aid in the nutrition of the mother’s breast milk.

This herb can sometimes have a stimulating effect on some women.

Nettle is extremely safe except when trying to harvest a live plant without gloves. It is called “stinging” nettle after all.

Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus) is a great uterine tonic that most women have already heard of and used while pregnant. It is high in tannins, vitamins C and A, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and trace minerals. It not only nourishes the blood with its minerals and vitamins, but it specifically tones the uterine muscles and helps regulate the menstruation of women. When taken with other herbs it can also assist with pain relief.

Raspberry leaf can also aid in milk production and assist in returning the uterus to its normal size.

It has also been used for constipation.

This herb is a uterine tonic but does not stimulate the uterus. There are still some practitioners who caution against the use of this herb while in the first trimester. Please speak with your healthcare provider before taking while pregnant.

Oatstraw (Avena sativa) is a nervine, stimulant, and antispasmodic herb. Its constituents consist of minerals, silicon, proteins, and vitamins B, D, and E. Oatstraw is used to strengthen tissues and nerves because of its high silicon content. This herb would aid in the healing of birth by nourishing and strengthening the connective tissue, skin, and nerve fibers.

Oatstraw will also aid in relaxing the body. It works best for those with mental and physical exhaustion who are irritable and can lack focus.

​Use oatstraw cautiously if you have gluten sensitivity or allergy.

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a very deep-rooted herb which gives it its rich source of vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, and other nutrients. This herb can act as a mild alterative (herbs that gradually restore the proper function of the body and increase health and vitality) and blood purifier. It’s also used for general weakness and mineral deficiencies.

Alfalfa is contraindicated in those with lupus. It is also a blood thinner and should be used with caution if taking a blood thinning medication.

Directions:

Steep 1-2 tablespoons 3-4 times a day as needed.

There are approximately 30-45 servings per bag.

**This is not meant to be medical advice. Please speak with your healthcare professional before using herbs medicinally. Please see our privacy policy here.

Additional information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 6 × 1 × 9.5 in

1 review for Nourishing Tea

  1. Katy Deaton (verified owner)

    If you’re new to herbs, don’t let the appearance fool you! I was afraid this would be too “earthy”, but it tastes like an herbal tea with hints of floral. I added honey to mine which is how I normally take my tea. Helps with my nausea, too.

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