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Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness


Our Morning Sickness tea is crafted using the finest herbs, providing a natural and safe remedy for pregnant women. With its refreshing aroma and delicious taste, it is a perfect addition to your morning routine. Our tea is free from any artificial flavors or preservatives, ensuring a healthy and wholesome experience. Say goodbye to morning sickness and start your day feeling energized and revitalized with our Morning Sickness tea.


Whats Inside:



  • Soothing Properties: Chamomile has calming and anti-inflammatory properties that may help soothe the digestive system and alleviate nausea associated with morning sickness. Chamomile tea can be particularly soothing and may provide relief from queasiness.


  • Digestive Support: Hibiscus contains compounds that have been traditionally used to support digestion and alleviate gastrointestinal discomfort. Drinking hibiscus tea may help ease nausea and settle the stomach during bouts of morning sickness.

Raspberry Leaf:

  • Nutritional Support: Raspberry leaf is rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamins C and E, calcium, and iron, which can support overall health during pregnancy. While there's limited direct evidence of its efficacy for morning sickness, its nutritional content may help alleviate symptoms and support maternal well-being.


  • Anti-Nausea Effects: Peppermint contains menthol, which has a calming effect on the stomach muscles and may help reduce nausea and vomiting. Peppermint tea or sucking on peppermint candies can provide relief from morning sickness symptoms.
  • Digestive Aid: Peppermint is also known for its ability to soothe the digestive tract and alleviate symptoms such as bloating, gas, and indigestion, which are common during pregnancy.


While these herbs may offer some relief from morning sickness symptoms, it's important to use them cautiously and in moderation during pregnancy. Pregnant women should consult with their healthcare providers before using herbal remedies, as some herbs may not be safe for use during pregnancy or may interact with medications. Additionally, if morning sickness symptoms are severe or persistent, it's essential to seek medical advice for proper evaluation and management.

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    The statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements and the products of this company are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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