Customize Your Organic Nourishing Herbal Infusion:

This nutrient dense herbal blend is made to support you and your baby before, during and after pregnancy. Can also be used by anyone as a general nutritonal support.

 

Created with the busy mama in mind, we hope to provide ease to your already full life. Works perfectly for those seeking vitamin and mineral rich nutritional support.  This product includes a 30 count of your custom herbal blend, sustaining you the entire month

 

High in minerals of Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, and Phosphorus, with Vitamins of A, B, C, E and K. These Herbal Infusions are rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties, having digestion benefits and properties to create a healthy stress response.

 

An infusion is different from a tea as it is a large amount of herb brewed for a long time (4-10 hours)  When brewed for this extended time the nutrients are pulled from the herbs and into the water for you to enjoy.

 

We use the most researched, safe, and effective herbs, with each blend individually customized. Packaged in a natural biodegradable wood pulp filter paper, UV sterilized, free of chemicals.

     

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    Place tea bag into a heat safe jar or pot and fully cover with a quart of boiling water, let steep at least 4 hours, with steeping overnight being the preferred method to pull all nutrients from herbs.

     

    Refrigerate once brew is finished, drink the full quart throughout the day. It can be sweetened to taste, rewarmed, or drank cold.

     

    Please remember to also drink water, in addition to the infusion, to thoroghly support your body.

    Nourishing Herbal Infusion

    $50.00Price
    Pregnancy Herbal Infusion
    Postpartum Herbal Infusion
    General Nutritional Support
    Price Options
    One-time purchase
    $50.00
    Herbal Infusion Plan
    $40.00monthly/ auto-renew
    • Pregnancy:

      • Red Raspberry Leaf: (use in 2nd and 3rd Trimester) Rich in iron and decreases nausea. It’s been shown to strengthen the uterine wall, relax smooth muscle, and help to ease delivery by aiding the uterus to contract more efficiently. Some drink throughout their labor, or suck on frozen cubes made beforehand. The tea can be continued after childbirth as it is thought to help.

       

      • Nettle:  High in A, C, K, calcium, potassium, and iron. Analgesic pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects as well as antioxidant protection. Nettle may also defend against bacterial, fungal, and viral infections and help lower blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol.

       

      • Oatstraw:  Helps promote calm and reduces tension, high in calcium and magnesium

       

      • Alfalfa: Has Vitamin A, D, E and K; particularly good in later pregnancy to boost Vitamin K, which helps prevent postpartum hemorrhage.

       

      • Red Clover Blossoms: (Use in 2nd and 3rd Trimester) Contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, thiamine, chromium, niacin, potassium, and high levels of Vitamin C. Strengthens the uterus, maintaining good blood flow to the uterus and pre-born. The cervix is better prepared to relax and respond to contractions, dilating evenly and more smoothly in labor.

       

      • Rose Hips:  Particularly good source of  C and helps support the immune system. Brings subtle sweetness to the taste.

       

      •  Orange Peel: Adds a slight flavor of fruit, contains antioxidants, vitamin A, B, C, copper, calcium, and magnesium.

       

      • Ginger: Reduces morning sickness, improves digestion and is helpful with inflammatory pain

       

      • Lemon Balm: Relieves anxiety and insomnia, aids in digestion, is antiviral and helps normalize blood pressure.

       

      • Chamomile: Has mild sedative properties, which can decrease the amount of time it takes to fall asleep and encourage more restful sleep. chamomile has been used for centuries to calm the nerves and encourage relaxation. a cup of chamomile’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties can ease congestion and soothe sore throats.

       

      Postpartum:

      • Red Raspberry Leaf: Contains flavonoids, but it is the presence of tannins, which are astringent in nature, that may help tone the uterus after giving birth. The herb is a uterine tonic, the sooner the uterus returns to a healthy non-pregnancy size, the sooner postpartum bleeding will stop. Can promote milk flow.

       

      • Nettle:  High in A, C, K, calcium, potassium, and iron. analgesic pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects as well as antioxidant protection. Nettle may also defend against bacterial, fungal, and viral infections and help lower blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol.

       

      • Oatstraw: Helps promote calm and reduce tension, contains calcium, high levels of Vitamin A, C, B complex, phosphorus, potassium, and iron

       

      • Alfalfa:  Vitamin A, D, E and K; rich in multiple minerals including iron, provides immune system and lactation support, controls blood pressure and aids in digestion.

       

      • Red Clover Blossoms: Contains calcium magnesium, phosphorus, thiamine, chromium, niacin, potassium, and high levels of Vitamin C. Can increase milk production and will deeply nourish and help replenish minerals lost through pregnancy and lactation

       

      • Rose Hips: Particularly good source of Vitamin C and helps support the immune system. Brings subtle sweetness to the taste.

       

      • Orange Peel: Adds a slight flavor of fruit, contains antioxidants, vitamin A, B, C, copper, calcium, and magnesium.

       

      • Ginger: Improves digestion and is helpful with inflammatory pain, while breastfeeding the same mechanisms that treat nausea can also be helpful in easing colic through the mother’s milk.

       

      • Spearmint: Contains A, C and B-complex as well as magnesium, iron, beta carotene and calcium. Helps promote blood circulation and improve metabolism, which makes this powerful plant an amazing choice for detoxifying. Spearmint also contains antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties.

       

      • Lemon Balm: Relieves anxiety and insomnia, aids in digestion, is antiviral and helps normalize blood pressure.

       

      • Ashwagandha: This herb is commonly used to help the body regulate stress and belongs to the herbal category of adaptogens. While traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine, it has been appreciated all over the world for its ability to support the immune system, calm irritability, and improve memory (as you struggle with "baby brain"!).

       

      • Chamomile: promoting relaxation for mothers who need to help shut their minds off before catching some sleep. It is also relaxing throughout the digestive tract and thus may help move the bowels for those with postpartum constipation.

       

      • Skullcap: Skullcap is a great mood-supporting herb for those who are working through anxiety, stress-induced restlessness, and poor sleep. This natural remedy is definitely one to consider for women experiencing mild postpartum mood concerns.

       

      • Holy Basil: resilience against long term stress, improve energy levels, and benefit mood in the case of mild depression post-childbirth.

       

      • Fenugreek: Fenugreek is probably one of the most commonly relied upon herbs to help women increase their milk supply. While we know that milk needs to be expressed in order to be made, sometimes the use of a galactagogue (a substance that promotes lactation) will help when boosting production is the goal.

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