Pregnancy Tea Nouveau Née is a delicious and fortifying brew that can assist you and your newborn smoothly through labour.
Various studies have shown that red raspberry leaf tea can help reduce complications and interventions during birth, while also contributing to many other benefits for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
The tea is absorbed into the body over several weeks, allowing it to utilise the mineral and vitamin content which will contribute to easing of cramps and a strengthened uterine wall.
|Organic Raspberry Leaf|
|Organic Fennel Seeds|
|Organic Ginger Root|
|Organic Chamomile Flowers|
Vegan, GMO-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, nuts-free, egg-free, soy-free, keto-friendly, intermittent fasting allowed drink.
After 28 weeks, drink one cup a day, gradually increasing to 3 cups spread throughout the day:
- After 28 weeks - 1 cup daily.
- After 32 weeks - 2 cup daily.
- After 38 weeks - 3 cup daily.
The robust flavour of the raspberry leaf is blended with a hint of spice and the soothing floral tones of chamomile, to create a piquant and stimulating flavour. The satisfying flavours of Ginger and Fennel combine to promote uterine health.
✓ Formulated and packed in Australia
✓ 100% natural ingredients
✓ Caffeine Free
✓ Pregnancy Safe
✓ Breastfeeding Safe
✓ Toning and strengthening uterine walls
✓ Lactation Support
✓ Relieve Bloating
✓ Relieve Constipation
✓ Ease Cramps
✓ Nausea and Constipation
✓ Repair and strengthen damaged cells
|AMOUNT: 1 tsp per 200ml|
|BREW TIME: 5-4 mins|
|WATER TEMPERATURE: 90⁰C|
|SERVING: hot / cold|
WHEN SHOULD I DRINK RASPBERRY LEAF TEA TO HELP MY PREGNANCY?
Experts recommend starting with one cup a day from 32 weeks of your pregnancy, increasing to no more than 3 cups a day. Raspberry Leaf contains Quercetin, a dietary favonol and important polyphenol that can reduce inflammation and has the effect of toning your uterine muscles to aid in the natal experience.
CAN I DRINK THIS TEA DURING LABOUR?
Yes, you can sip a cup of hot tea or suck on ice cubes made from the infusion. You can also take a flask of tea into the birth centre with you. We have a full section dedicated to pregnancy, birth and maternity, read:
CAN I INDUCE LABOUR WITH RASPBERRY LEAF TEA?
Raspberry Leaf Tea builds up over several weeks, so it is best to sip a few cups a day over the last 8 weeks, rather than a lot in one go which can have detrimental effects.
DOES RASPBERRY LEAF TEA HAVE ANY OTHER BENEFITS?
Yes, studies suggest that the high quantity of polyphenols present can also reduce bloating, flatulence and assist with weight loss after birth. The high mineral count also boosts breast feeding.
DOES RASPBERRY LEAF TEA TASTE LIKE RASPBERRIES.
This tea is made from the leaves of the raspberry plant and not the berries, so the taste is more like a black tea than a fruit infusion. The added flavours of ginger, fennel and chamomile blend together to create a delicious brew.
WHAT ARE THE NUTRITIONAL ELEMENTS OF THIS TEA?
Raspberry leaf is bursting with nutrition, containing Vitamins C, E and A, B vitamins and minerals magnesium, potassium, calcium and phosphorous, as well as several trace minerals.
CAN ANYONE DRINK THIS TEA?
This tea can be drunk by anyone who has had a normal pregnancy without complications, or has not had previous birthing complications. It is not recommended for those with a family or personal history of breast or ovarian cancer, endometriosis or fibroids.
I was glad for the recommendation of this tea during my last trimester. I really think it helped with the birth of baby Thomas.
The difference between my recent delivery and my first, due to this tea, is worth writing in and telling you about. Thank you so much.
My doctor said it was okay to drink herbal teas in my third trimester and after hearing about this particular tea from a friend, I ordered some and had a reasonably stress-free birth.