7 best teas for pregnancy (including raspberry leaf!)
Our other herbal blends are all naturally caffeine free, as they are just made with flowers and herbs. Super good for you and the baby, as well as being packed with antioxidants.
1. Enchanted Narnia, a naturally caffeine free raspberry leaf tea
Enchanted Narnia is a herbal blend, with rose, cocoa shells, lemongrass and raspberry leaves- The perfect pregnancy tea. We have found that this blend can help with sleep troubles, with strong calming qualities- and best of all, it tastes great!
2. Vicky's Sponge Cake, a black tea and raspberry leaf tea blend
Vicky's Sponge Cake is a Ceylon black tea with vanilla, raspberries and the raspberry leaf. We find it a great natural pick me up!
3. Dozy Girl, an anxiety calmer & sleep aid
Dozy Girl is one of our top 10 favourites, featuring lavender, chamomile and rose. These are all thought to be the king herbs of sleep and calm, perfect for nerves and stress you may encounter during your pregnancy.
4. Pandalicious Liquorice, helps morning sickness & general nausea
Pandalicious Liquorice is a blend of chamomile, peppermint, ginger and the liquorice root, a natural sweetener with a subtle taste. The liquorice root is believed to stop nausea in its tracks, and removing any feelings of sluggishness. The ginger is also thought to be really good for softening nausea and cramping, and we find chamomile to be a natural calmer. We've been told that peppermint has aided people in digestion and stomach problems too.
5. Aniseed Balls, appetite simulator
Our award-winning blend of aniseed, chilli, star anise, liquorice and hibiscus. When you feel unwell, after a bout of nausea or just generally can't get an appetite, aniseed thought to be a great stimulant. It is believed that it causes a process in the salivary glands, which in turn creates feelings of hunger.
6. Mango Tulsi, for joint pain, relaxation and clear skin
Mango Tulsi is a blend of holy basil (tulsi), pineapple, corinths, papaya, lemon balm, sunflower petals and hibiscus. Tulsi is a sacred Indian herb, deeply worshipped and used for meditation, religious festivals and also for soothing joint pain. It's also widely known for making the hair luscious and the skin glow.
7. Rooibos tea, for your caffeine-free kick
All of our rooibos blends are naturally caffeine free and are a great replacement for coffee if you are aiming to cut the caffeine during pregnancy. You can drink them with milk like a ‘normal’ cuppa if you want and rooibos has tonnes of antioxidants too, to keep you topped up.
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