Get Maternal - No.10 (Wellness Collection)

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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From The Republic of Tea

Herb Tea for Pregnant/New Moms
Baby, look at you glow. But with all the changes going on in your body, you could probably use a bit of personal pampering. So whether you’re expecting, or your little bundle of joy has already arrived, kick back and enjoy a cup of this lovely caffeine-free herbal blend, based on organic rooibos and conceived just for you. To help tone uterine muscles, we’ve added raspberry leaf, a time-honored tonic. Nettles and horsetail, herbs with roots that reach deep into mother earth, provide essential nutrients like silica for growing strong bones. Parsley fights water retention and a snap of ginger staves off nausea. So sip and rock-a-bye “baby” yourself.

Ingredients: Organic Rooibos (leaf), Raspberry (leaf), Stinging Nettle (aerial parts), Ginger (root), Horsetail (aerial parts), Parsley (leaf), Natural Mango Flavor, Black Limon

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The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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First off we’re not expecting just yet. But one of my friends who is a Doula and also expecting her third little one just after the new year. She recommended this to me as another pregnancy prep tool much like the prenatal vitamins and eating right, and so on. Anyway, I ordered some as she didn’t have any samples to share. (She drinks the stuff 2 times a day at the minimum!)

It smells like it would be a sweet tea from the aroma you get while steeping. But it isn’t all that sweet while drinking. In fact I may need to add some sweetener in a moment. I can taste a hint of the rooibus. But for the most part it is very plain. Which I would imagine is just what you want if you happen to be experiencing morning sickness and all the other joys I’ve been told about pregnancy. I’ll def. keep this on the shelf. Really not a go to tea for me.

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Hmmm, I haven’t tried nettle before, but I’ve heard it’s great for weight loss! but the raspberry leaf, that stuff is my godsend about once a month!!! cramps begone :)


(but that is only pure rasp. leaf tea)

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