Tonight, I made my second cup of this tea. I hadn’t meant to boil the water, but I let it get too hot when I wasn’t paying attention. Anyway, onto the tea. I steeped it (covered) for ten minutes. The first thing I noticed about this tea was the spearmint smell, which is lovely and just slightly sweet. Taste-wise, it’s great unsweetened. It’s light (but full), minty, sweet, and towards the end, just slightly fruity. I felt like it got sweeter as I got closer to the bottom of the mug, but the sweetness hit me at the back of the mouth, which is weird to me, but when I watered it down a bit, it got a lot better. I think I was just getting a lot of sediment. It’s a really satisfying tea, and while I haven’t been drinking it long enough to know whether it actually positively affects one’s reproductive organs, a lot of the ingredients have been used for women’s health for many years. I was especially excited to find that it contains cramp bark, which has worked for me in the past. This is an evening tea, for me, and I’m glad I bought it.
Female Toner® supports female systems* by combining herbs to support healthy menstruation, purify blood and to strengthen and tone the uterus.* Female Toner® uses a tonic approach to women’s health and is based on the traditional use of raspberry and strawberry leaf with nettle and other complementary herbs to ease the difficulties of balancing female cycles. It’s a pleasant blend of herbal tastes– slightly bitter and astringent with citrus and mint.