Moon Tea || Menstruation Cycle Support
This loose herbal tea contains organic herbs that have been traditionally used for:
Red raspberry leaf - hollow organ toning*
Motherwort - nervous system soothing*
Oregon Red Clover - mimics estrogen*
Dandelion leaf - water retention*
Cramp bark - smooth muscle pain*
Ginger - warming anti-inflammatory & circulatory*
Cinnamon - warming circulation*
If you're looking at this, I don't have to tell you that monthly hormone fluctuations can wreak havoc on our physical and mental well being.
We can take pain medications, but they only mask the root of the problem. You can provide loving support to soothe, calm, and balance your hollow organs, nervous system, and hormone levels.*
This tea's flavor is warm and spicy, bright, and slightly bitter.
Steep 1 rounded tablespoon in a cup of just boiling water for 10 minutes.
Enjoy 1-3 cups per day beginning 3 days before you bleed, and throughout your cycle as desired.
All you need is a tea ball/strainer, mug, and a jar to store it in if you desire.
"I just gotta say, I'm on day 1 of my cycle and I'm fully functioning so your tea is a miracle worker! I get the worst cramps and usually can't move away from my heating pad my first day so this is really awesome. Thank you so much! I had a small cup daily for like 3 days before I started bleeding and then I had a cup this morning and I haven't had to take any meds yet, which is unheard of for me!"
-B. in Portland
Please note: each body is different and everyone's hormone balance is different. While you can see your doctor if you'd like to learn your body's specific internal environment and needs, this blend is simply offering plants that have traditionally been used for ages to support general healthy menstruation.
Do not use if you are on hormonal birth control or are sensitive to estrogen.
Consult with a doctor before use if you are pregnant, nursing, or on medications.
Please check for allergies or sensitivity to ingredients or plants in the same family before use.
*Not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or mitigate disease, or affect the structure or function of the body.