- Premium quality organic tea for breastfeeding mothers./ To be used during last 2 weeks of third trimester and throughout breastfeeding./ Unsweetened./ Natural and safe way to increase breast milk supply./ Helps to regularize menstrual cycle./ Egg-free./ Soy-free./ Gluten-free./ Dairy-free./ Aromatic scent of herbal infusion relaxes the mind and body./ Meticulously selected ingredients./ Helps with indigestion and flatulence in pregnant women and nursing mothers./ Delicious, refreshing taste.
- Holle Organic Nursing Tea can be used towards the last 2 weeks of the third trimester and throughout breastfeeding. Fennel, caraway, lemon balm and aniseed are meticulously selected from certified organic farms. This aromatic and soothing infusion calms the mind and body.
- Fennel, caraway and aniseed are perhaps the most well-known natural galactagogues for their magical phytoestrogens (similar to our oestrogen hormone) that boost breastmilk supply for nursing mothers.
- Besides helping with lactation, it is such a bonus that Holle Organic Nursing Tea also remedies indigestion and relieve bloating, flatulence and feelings of fullness for mums-to-be, new mums and even for your baby through breastfeeding. A common complaint amongst pregnant women is the loss of appetite due to indigestion and flatulence. Fennel seeds, caraway seeds and aniseeds are natural carminative that eliminate gas from the intestinal tract and prevent griping.
- These emmenagogue herbs also help women to regularize their menstrual cycle, relieve menstrual cramps and strengthen muscles of the uterus. Lemon balm not only relaxes and relieves stress and anxiety, it also eases sleeplessness during pregnancy as a womans body undergoes tremendous changes.
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Pour approx. 200ml or a cup of freshly boiled water over a tea bag and allow to infuse for 5-10 min. Remove the tea bag and allow to cool down before drinking.
Protect against heat and store in adry place.
- Fennel* 38%, caraway* 30%, lemon balm* 17%, aniseed* 15%.
- *From organic farming