Afterbirth Ease Tea

Afterbirth Ease Tea

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Organic Ingredients: Red Raspberry Leaf, Motherwort Leaf, Blue Cohosh, Catnip Leaf, Cramp Bark, Stevia Leaf and Citrus Peel.

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Highlights

Eases cramping associated with uterine contractions after birth.

  • All herbs used are USDA certified organic

When to use

  • Brew and consume 1-2 cups daily for 1-4 weeks postpartum.
  • Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 5 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water
  • Leaves can be reused again later the same day for another cup
  • To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz of loose tea and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.

Product Facts

  • Form: Loose Tea
  • Serving Size: 2-3g (1 tbsp)

Lifestyle Restrictions

Safe for breastfeeding

Stages to Use

Highlights

    • • Made with all organic ingredients
    • • Eases cramping associated with uterus contractions after birth.
    • • All herbs used are USDA certified organic
     

When to use

    • • Brew and consume a minimum of 3 times per week
    • • Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 5 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water
    • • Leaves can be reused again later the same day for another cup
    • • To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz of loose tea and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.
     

Product Facts

  • Form: Loose Tea
  • Serving Size: 2-3g (1 tbsp)

Lifestyle Restrictions

Safe for breastfeeding

Stages to Use

BENEFITS


A herbal tea blend that eases cramping associated with uterus contractions after birth.

 

Safe for nursing mothers, Afterbirth Ease Tea is best used directly after child birth and within the first few days following birth to experience the most benefit.

 

Cindy has put together a blend of Red Raspberry Leaf, Motherwort Leaf, Blue Cohosh, Catnip Leaf, Cramp Bark, Stevia Leaf and Citrus Peel.

Ingredients


Red Raspberry Leaf

The nutrients found in Red Raspberry Leaf can especially help with a healthy and effectively functioning uterus. It provides almost all of the nutrients needed for uterine health, which in turn will help with a healthy pregnancy.

 

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Motherwort Leaf

Motherwort Leaf is especially helpful for treating irregular menstruation. It contains numerous plant-based compounds with antioxidant properties. Research also points to the fact Motherwort may reduce postpartum blood loss, alleviate anxiety, depression and inflammation.

 

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Blue Cohosh

Long used as a medicine in Native American tribes, Blue Cohosh is referred to as a uterine tonic – helping to improve muscle tone in the uterus. Blue Cohosh may help promote menstrual flow and stimulate circulation.

 

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Catnip Leaf

Belonging to the mint family, Catnip Leaf when used in tea can help to promote the evacuations of the placenta following childbirth, as well as having a calming effect on the body.

 

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Cramp Bark

Native to Europe, Cramp Bark is made from the shrub's died bark and traditionally used to treat pain from muscle cramps, especially periods cramps. Cramp Bark may also promote health kidney function.

 

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Stevia Leaf

Whole Stevia Leaf is used to sweeten our teas, while being entirely calorie-free. Stevia has also been found to significantly lower insulin and glucose levels, and lowering LDL ("bad") cholesterol while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol.

 

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Citrus Peel

Citrus Peels are packed with immune boosting vitamin C, and anti-oxidant & anti-inflammatory bioflavonoids.

They're also a source of potassium, which helps keep bloody pressure in check, and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anti-cancer effects and can help with heart burn.

 

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Red Raspberry Leaf

The nutrients found in Red Raspberry Leaf can especially help with a healthy and effectively functioning uterus. It provides almost all of the nutrients needed for uterine health, which in turn will help with a healthy pregnancy.

 

Learn more.

Motherwort Leaf

Motherwort Leaf is especially helpful for treating irregular menstruation. It contains numerous plant-based compounds with antioxidant properties. Research also points to the fact Motherwort may reduce postpartum blood loss, alleviate anxiety, depression and inflammation.

 

Learn more.

Blue Cohosh

Long used as a medicine in Native American tribes, Blue Cohosh is referred to as a uterine tonic – helping to improve muscle tone in the uterus. Blue Cohosh may help promote menstrual flow and stimulate circulation.

 

Learn more.

Catnip Leaf

Belonging to the mint family, Catnip Leaf when used in tea can help to promote the evacuations of the placenta following childbirth, as well as having a calming effect on the body.

 

Learn more.

Cramp Bark

Native to Europe, Cramp Bark is made from the shrub's died bark and traditionally used to treat pain from muscle cramps, especially periods cramps. Cramp Bark may also promote health kidney function.

 

Learn more.

Stevia Leaf

Whole Stevia Leaf is used to sweeten our teas, while being entirely calorie-free. Stevia has also been found to significantly lower insulin and glucose levels, and lowering LDL ("bad") cholesterol while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol.

 

Learn more.

Citrus Peel

Citrus Peels are packed with immune boosting vitamin C, and anti-oxidant & anti-inflammatory bioflavonoids. They're also a source of potassium, which helps keep bloody pressure in check, and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anti-cancer effects and can help with heart burn.

 

Learn more.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size:

2-3g (1 tbsp)

Full List of Ingredients:

Red Raspberry Leaf, Motherwort Leaf, Blue Cohosh, Catnip Leaf, Cramp Bark, Stevia Leaf and Citrus Peel.

% Daily Values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

** Daily Value (DV) not established.

How to use


Day-Day Usage

Brew and consume a minimum of 3 times per week. Steep 2-3g (1 tbsp) of loose tea for 5 minutes in 6-8oz of hot water.

 

To make a stronger tea for a larger quantity, use 1/2-1oz of loose tea and steep for 1-4 hours at room temperature. Strain, refrigerate and use within 48 hours.

Maximize Experience

To maximize the results of Afterbirth Ease Tea, ideally drink this tea on an empty stomach. If you can't tolerate it on an empty stomach, drink this tea with a meal.

 

Looking for more tea tips?

Pairs Well With

Afterbirth Ease Tea pairs perfectly with Herbal Sitz Bath, Womb Wellness Tea and Milky Mama Tea.

 

Find them bundled here.

Frequently Asked Questions


When should I use this product?

This product is intended to use after birth during the first fe

Is this product caffiene free?

Yes this herbal tea is caffiene free.

How many servings are in a bag?

1oz of loose tea will make roughly 10-14 individual cups if you use 1tsp per 6-8 fluid ounces of water.

A 2oz bag will make approximately 20-28 individual cups.
A 4oz bag will make approximately 40-48 individual cups

A 8oz bag will make approximately 80-96 individual cups.

Can I drink this during pregnancy or lactation?

It can be used during lactation. It is not safe for pregnancy.

Is this gluten/soy/dairy free?

It is gluten free, soy free and dairy free.

Can I drink this iced?

Yes absolutely! The tea can be made hot or chilled. Please see this blog post for more information & tips.

Can I add honey or sweetener?

Yes absolutely, honey or sweeteners will not impact the effectiveness of the tea.

How do I make loose leaf tea?

Please see our blog post Tea Tips for more detailed information, in short we suggest a french press or bamboo infuser.

Can I use my Keurig

It is recommended to use a tea steeper, tea infusing tumbler or a french press. Read this blog post for additional information. We do not suggest using a Keurig.


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10/12/2021
Anonymous
United States United States

Love everything about this tea

I couldn’t say better things about this tea. It has really helped me.

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08/01/2020
Berlin M.
United States United States

Great tasting tea

This tea is super delicious both hot or iced. I'm a first time mom and don't have anything to compare the afterbirth changes to, however, a nice hot cup of this tea has been so comforting

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