Put out that fire in your belly with Tummy Tea!
Ruby red, minty, refreshing and delicious, USDA Certified 100% Organic & Certified Kosher No More Milk Tea is a blend of herbs traditionally used to naturally reduce the production of breast milk. Lovely iced or hot, Mama suggests drinking up to three cups a day.
No More Milk Tea is blended with sage, peppermint and parsley, commonly used when milk is no longer desired, and hibiscus flower for a delicious, tangy taste.
All Earth Mama Angel Baby teas now come in easy to brew tea bags! And there's even more good news: the tea bags are biodegradable, the tea overwrap is compostable and the 100% recycled and recyclable cartons were produced using wind energy. Steep, sip and enjoy, mama!
Note: Not for use during pregnancy.
Ingredients: Mentha piperita (organic peppermint) leaf, Petroselinum crispum (organic parsley) leaf, Hibiscus sabdariffa (organic hibiscus) flower, Salvia officinalis (organic sage) leaf.
Formerly known as Postpartum Tea, Organic Monthly Comfort Tea is a calming, soothing, USDA Certified 100% Organic and Certified Kosher blend created to jumpstart recovery immediately after childbirth, and for "that time of the month" when hormones are raging and your uterus and you could use some extra care!
Formulated especially for women, with a Cinnamon delicious combination of nutrient rich, 100% organic herbs, Organic Monthly Comfort Tea blends astringent Lady's Mantle with balancing Lemon Balm, mineral rich Nettles and Alfalfa, and rejuvenating Ginger to help ease cramping. Organic Monthly Comfort Tea is a natural for our menstruating mates and perimenopausal pals, and perfect for recuperating postpartum mamas. Sip a cup within an hour after childbirth and then 3-4 times a day for a week. For monthly discomfort, sip as often as needed!
In biodegradable, easy to brew tea bags with compostable overwrap, and the 100% recycled and recyclable cartons were produced using wind energy. Steep, sip and enjoy, mama!
Not for use during pregnancy. Safe to use while breastfeeding.
Box of 16 tea bags.