Knowing you’re doing the absolute best for your baby provides peace of mind like nothing else does.
Preparing yourself and your body for birth encourages a smoother, less traumatic delivery for your newborn.
Organic Red Raspberry Leaf Tea helps mothers-to-be by strengthening and toning uterine walls, keeping them in the best possible condition. Drinking this tea encourages a quicker, easier labour with less chance of complications.
And after the birth of child, the compounds in the tea will help to boost both the quantity of breast milk and its nutritional content.
How comforting it is to know that your baby is getting all the nutrients it needs to grow and develop.
Just one cup of this refreshing tea a day during your 3rd trimester is all it takes to reap the myriad benefits of this nutrient-laden herbal tea.
Then after the birth, you can increase to 2 or 3 cups a day for maximum benefit.
- Organic Red Raspberry Leaf (Rubus idaeus)
There are a variety of bio-chemicals in the leaves of the red raspberry tree, including antioxidants which help flush toxins from the body, repair and strengthen damaged cells, aid in improving blood flow, as well as providing anti-inflammatory benefits.
Alkaloids, such as fragrine, have been found to work directly on the type of smooth muscle of which the uterus is partly composed, toning and strengthening uterine walls.
In short, it is the fact the compounds within red raspberry leaf tea maintain and strengthen the female reproductive system that helps to ensure the pregnancy and birth are much smoother, shorter and more risk-free than they otherwise would be.
From 32 weeks, drink one cup a day, gradually increasing to 3 cups spread throughout the day.
- Make it irresistibly sweet and sugar-free with our Organic Stevia Leaf.
- The tea can also be consumed carefully during labour.
- Do not exceed the recommended limit / dose.
Pouch: 40g, 21+ servings
Wholesale Pouch: 200g, 105+ servings
Made in Australia | Drunk by over 200k customers
IS THIS FOR YOU?
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Results may differ from person to person. If you are taking prescription medication consult your health care provider prior to using this product. This product is not a food replacement. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
AMOUNT 1 tsp per 200ml
BREW TIME 5-6 mins
WATER TEMPERATURE 90⁰C
SERVING hot / cold
WHAT MAKES RED RASPBERRY LEAF TEA SO GOOD?
Red raspberry leaf tea contains tannins, antioxidants, flavonoids, polypeptides, pectin, volatile oils (malic acid and ellagic acid). It is also bursting with various vitamins including many of the B vitamins, vitamin C; and minerals like potassium, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus and iron.
WHAT DOES IT TASTE LIKE?
Surprisingly, raspberry leaf herbal tea doesn’t taste like raspberries. It doesn’t even taste fruity. It has flavour similar to that of black tea.
I NEED TO BE CERTAIN – IS RED RASPBERRY LEAF TEA 100% SAFE FOR ME AND MY UNBORN BABY?
While some women drink it throughout their pregnancy (to combat nausea and vomiting) without any harmful effects, it is debatable whether it should be drunk during your first trimester. However, for the second and third trimester it is not only safe, but beneficial for both mother and baby.
HOW EXACTLY IS THIS HERBAL TEA BENEFICIAL TO ME AND MY BABY?
Apart from its multitude of health benefits, red raspberry leaf tea is scientifically shown to be extremely nutritious. Furthermore, it tightens, tones and strengthens the uterus, promotes a smoother labour, minimises time in labour, alleviates pain during labour, and reduces the chances of complications during the birth of your baby.
Post-pregnancy, it is known to increase the supply of breast milk and boost the nutrition content of breast milk.
It is also said to ease nausea and vomiting associated with the early stages of pregnancy, although, as mentioned earlier, it is unclear whether is it advisable to drink the tea in the first trimester.
WHY IS IT CALLED ‘THE WOMEN’S HERB”?
It is called the women’s herb because not only do the antioxidants, vitamins and minerals in the leaf greatly assist pregnant women, but they also help with relieving the symptoms of PMS, and boost iron levels.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Not something I'd drink all the time, but I can tell you it sure did help with the delivery of my daughter. Short labour and a quick, relatively easy delivery.
The perfect tea for postpartum recovery. I healed faster than I did after my first baby and had more energy. Really recommend it.
Not sure if it was the tea or not but I had the easiest labour out of three after drinking it.