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Traditional Medicinals Pregancy Tea 6 boxes

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Description

Personality
Glowing, beautiful and full of life.

Herbal Power
Supports your pregnancy, traditionally used to prepare the womb for child birth.*

Reason to Love
You’re big, you’re round, you’re beautiful. Or maybe you’ve got just a hint of a bump showing. Either way, you’re probably doing everything you can to nurture that new life inside you. That’s why our herbalists created this blend of supportive herbs to help tone the uterus and prepare the womb for childbirth.* A combination of raspberry and nettle leaf, as well as other herbs like alfalfa, we love this tea both for its pleasingly mild, minty taste as well as for its gentle support of a healthy pregnancy.*

Taste
Mildly sweet and spearminty.

Traditional Medicinals Pregancy Tea

Called a partus preparator in Latin (a term meaning, “delivery preparer”) for its role in preparing the womb for childbirth, herbalists have used raspberry leaf for thousands of years to support pregnant women.* We get some of our favorite raspberry leaf from the Gorazde collection region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a place of gorgeous rolling hills and meadows.

Picked in the wild by a group of collector families and neighbors who live on small plots of land, the young leaves are best when harvested in early summer before the fruits develop.


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