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RASPBERRY LEAF TEA (50g)

18.00
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RASPBERRY LEAF TEA
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RASPBERRY LEAF TEA (50g)

18.00

For the expecting Mum or to ease painful menstruation. Raspberry leaf is a uterine tonic commonly used to prepare the body for birth. It has the ability to soften the cervix and encourage efficient contractions while peppermint and rose petals helps to cool the body and calm the spirit. These functions are also useful in the premenstrual and menstrual phase of the cycle to help ease tension and cramping.
INGREDIENTS: Raspberry leaf, rose petals & peppermint

This is a fresh, hand made, caffeine-free tea

INSTRUCTIONS:

Place 1-2 tsp in a tea pot or cup with a strainer.  Pour in boiling water.  Let brew for 1-3 minutes.  Flavour will vary depending on strength. 

ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS: Take during the third trimester of pregnancy only.  Not suitable during the first or second trimester. 

Week 32 to 37-  1 cup per day
Week 37 – 2 cups per day
Week 38 – 3 cups per day
Week 39 on wards- 4 cups per day

Outside of pregnancy take a daily cup to maintain menstrual health.  During menstruation take up to 4 cups per day to manage cramps.  Not suitable during heavy bleeding.

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For the expecting Mum or to ease painful menstruation. Raspberry leaf is a uterine tonic commonly used to prepare the body for birth. It has the ability to soften the cervix and encourage efficient contractions while peppermint and rose petals helps to cool the body and calm the spirit. These functions are also useful in the premenstrual and menstrual phase of the cycle to help ease tension and cramping.
INGREDIENTS: Raspberry leaf, rose petals & peppermint

This is a fresh, hand made, caffeine-free tea

INSTRUCTIONS:

Place 1-2 tsp in a tea pot or cup with a strainer.  Pour in boiling water.  Let brew for 1-3 minutes.  Flavour will vary depending on strength. 

ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS: Take during the third trimester of pregnancy only.  Not suitable during the first or second trimester. 

Week 32 to 37-  1 cup per day
Week 37 – 2 cups per day
Week 38 – 3 cups per day
Week 39 on wards- 4 cups per day

Outside of pregnancy take a daily cup to maintain menstrual health.  During menstruation take up to 4 cups per day to manage cramps.  Not suitable during heavy bleeding.