Something to keep both mums and bubs happy.
Breastfriend Tea goes to work on the Mum in such a way that it assists in nourishing and supporting the digestive system. It then continues to enable the body to digest the unique properties of the ingredients which specifically target making breast milk. Ground rice is unique in its ability to really tone the gut and very gently support healthy gut function.
By nourishing blood we can begin to directly supplement the quality and quantity of breast milk. What’s more, the mother herself will benefit as her body is replenished postpartum. Helping to recover from fatigue, aches, pain, bowel issues and is a general all round tonic that is very safe for both mother and child.
Contains: Black Tea, Jing Mi (rice), Lu Lu Tong (formosan gum), Gan Cao (licorice root), Dang Gui (female ginseng), Wang Bu Liu Xing (cowherb).
Our ambassador Dr. Nat Kringoudis explains how Sleep Tea works within the body:
"One of the reasons we find it so difficult to rest at night is due to an overwhelming feeling of heat. Some people report night sweats whilst others tell us they need to sleep with their feet poking out of the covers. Perhaps you can relate. Of course not everybody experiences night time heat (most of us like to actually sleep cosy but not sweltering!) and so we’ve used a special herb, from the lotus plant which helps to clear any excessive heat. This means you will feel calmer, less sweaty and in turn, more relaxed. Too much heat in the body can make the mind race along like you’re Usain Bolt (the current holder of the ‘fastest man’ title). It can also contribute to restlessness and weird dreams – the kind that you would very much like to forget because they often involve an awkward moment with an ex partner or something random like an affair with your very unattractive boss. Nobody is ever going to wake rested after a night of horror!"
Contains: Black Tea, Jiao Gu Lan (Gynostemma pentaphyllum), Mei Gui (Rose), Bai He Hua (Bulbus Lilii), Zao (chinese date), Lian Hua (lotus), Gan Cao (licorice root), Xun Yi Cao (lavender).