New Mama Nourishing Tea | Postpartum Recovery & Lactation Tea

Yummy Mummy Food Company

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Introducing our New Mama Nourishing Tea, specially crafted to support new mums during their postpartum journey. Our blend of ALL organic goji berries, raspberry leaves, oatstraw, and nettle leaf provides a gentle and nourishing way to support postpartum recovery.

Goji berries are a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, which can help to boost the immune system and aid in the recovery process.

Raspberry leaves have been traditionally used to support female reproductive health and promote hormonal balance.

Oatstraw is a natural relaxant that can help to soothe the nervous system, while nettle leaf is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Nettle leaf is a long reputed milk-boosting 'galactagogue' ingredient making it a logical choice within this special blend for postpartum mothers.

Our New Mama Nourishing Postpartum Recovery Tea is caffeine-free and made with only the finest organic ingredients, ensuring a pure and natural taste.

Enjoy a cup of our soothing tea anytime throughout the day or night to support your postpartum recovery and nourish your body from the inside out.

Directions for use: Add one tablespoon of tea per cup of hot water and let steep for 5-7 minutes. Drink 2-3 cups daily for optimal benefits. Store in a cool, dry place.

Tea Size:
100gm (20 servings)
/foil lined resealable packet for maximum freshness & flavour

Ingredients: Organic goji berries, organic raspberry leaves, organic oatstraw, and organic nettle leaf.

*Raspberry Leaf is usually only recommended in pregnancy from 36 weeks onwards. If you're looking for teas safe throughout pregnancy please select our Booster Brew with Turmeric, Ginger, Cinnamon, Lemon Myrtle, Peppermint & Rose or Boost Brew with Lavender, Fennel & Fenugreek.

** If you are concerned about your breast milk supply or your baby’s health, always seek help from a health care provider. Lactation consultants, breastfeeding counsellors, specialist nurses like child health nurses or doctors can also help with any breastfeeding questions or concerns you may have. The 
Australian Breastfeeding Association is also a great resource for information and support.