You've found the tea for pregnancy category! Before continuing we'd recommend reading the following article on 'which teas are safe to drink during pregnancy' which will go through the reasons why the teas below are within this list, along with some definite teas to avoid too!
As with all things during pregnancy, research is important as many things you may not have been previously aware of that may be part of your daily habits could in fact be a contraindication for you now.
These teas are not only 'safe' during pregnancy, they're classified as 'beneficial' and here for a reason! If you have any questions at all please contact us at any time.
Tea for Pregnancy
Nettle Tea (Urtica diocia) has for a long time been used to treat allergy symptoms, particularly hay-fever.A known diuretic and anti-inflammatory, Nettle is used to treat a range of conditions including arthritis. This tea type is quite large, so unable to fit within $2 shipping orders. From certified organic Australian suppliers Health Benefits...
Peppermint tea (Mentha piperita) has been used for thousands of years to sooth digestive problems, constipation, helps a common cold, calm inflammations and more. A classic and well known herb with numerous benefits in association with cooling, renewing and cleansing the body. From certified organic Australian suppliers Health Benefits Peppermi...
During the cold Winter season, there's nothing quite like a hot cup of Ginger Tea! Containing vitamin C, magnesium and a wide range of other minerals, this tea helps to soothe an upset stomach, reduce inflammation, improve blood circulation by relaxing muscles surrounding the blood vessels, and strengthen the immune system.Also great for nausea!...
Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) is also known as 'Red Bush Tea'. Known to help alleviate bronchitis, allergies, and asthma - Rooibos is best known as a 'respiratory herb', containing polyphenols which have been proven to be anti-inflammatory (good for acne), anti-viral, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-mutagenic. So pretty much 'anti-everything bad'! S...
Raspberry tea (Rubus idaeus) leaves, you may be surprised to learn, are actually a great medicinal herb and have been used for centuries as such. Tea used as a gargle to treat tonsillitis and mouth inflammations, WebMD has Raspberry tea used to aid heavy periods, ease labor, diarrhea, induce sweating during fevers, reduction of general symptoms ...
Dandelion Leaf Tea
Dandelion Leaf, much like its root counterpart - is good for the liver and may help to suppress fat accumulation within that organ of the body. Compounds within this herb include Thiamin, Riboflavin, Calcium, Magnesium, Beta-Carotene, Zinc and Iron. Dandelion Leaf also contains more Protein and spinach, more Vitamin A than carrots and more Potas...