100% grown on KoruKai Herb Farm, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Organic and delicious.
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora): Skullcap is a premier nervine. It has a wonderful way of calming and centering the nervous system. Skullcap acts as a mild yet effective sedative and helps relieve nervous tension and anxiety. It has antispasmodic effects and is wonderful to use for premenstrual tension and cramping.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis): Calendula helps to reduce the spasm in the uterus and relieves excess fluid retention.
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis): Lemon balm has a sedative action on the central nervous systems and is widely used to treat anxiety and insomnia in Europe. It reduces anxiety and stress and eases sleep disorders.
Raspberry Leaf (Achillea millefolium): Raspberry leaf tea has been used for centuries by midwives to help women at various points during their fertility cycle. Also called the Woman’s Herb, Red Raspberry leaf tea cleanses the blood of excess hormones and corrects estrogen-progesterone hormonal imbalances. Rich in tannins and fragarine, this tea combats nausea, cramps and diarrhea. In cases of heavy bleeding, the tea helps tighten the pelvic region muscles to reduce cramps caused by intermittent spasms.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium): Yarrow has been used traditionally for painful menstrual cramps. It is antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory in action. This means it aids the muscles of the uterus to work efficiently without spasm and/or cramping up. Uterine cramping and inflammation are the cause of the pain associated with menstrual cramps. Yarrow relieves inflammation and congestion of the uterus, which aids in pain reduction, as well as proper circulation to the reproductive organs.
Lady's Mantle (Achillea millefolium): Lady's mantle is an astringent and helps to reduce heavy blood flow.
Use 1-2 tsp. (1g) for a cup of tea (250ml), steep for 10 minutes and strain.
Drink one cup 2-3 times per day in the preceding days and during the period for best results.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
Store below 20 °C out of direct light in a dark and dry cupboard to retain freshness.
Do not take during pregnancy.
30g loose herbal tea. Makes about 30 cups.
60g loose herbal tea. Makes about 60 cups.