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Pregnancy Power Tea

Pregnancy Power Tea

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This great-tasting tea is a must for every pregnancy. Not only is it delicious, but studies have shown that drinking 2 cups a day in the 2nd and 3rd trimester can shorter labor time – what everyone wants right?!


  • Can shorten the length of labor by toning the uterine muscle
  • Detoxifies the liver, reducing the risk of pre-eclampsia
  • Strengthens feminine health
  • Eases morning sickness
  • Reduces risk of hemorrhage at birth
  • Chock full of iron, calcium, vitamins A, C, B, and magnesium
  • Drinking throughout labor can keep contractions steady and strong


"I'm addicted to this tea! I love that it's something I can do in pregnancy to help my birth. It is a special time for me and baby each day and is so nourishing." - Rachel

Put 2 tsp in 8oz of water and steep for 10-15 minutes. Strain, relax and enjoy this pregnancy ritual of tea, hot or iced.

*nettle leaf, *raspberry leaf, *spearmint Leaf, *lemon balm, *dandelion leaf, *oat straw, *alfalfa leaf, *ginger root, *lemon peel

*organic ingredients

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Taylor B Baxter
a m a z i n g

I will now forever swear by this tea after my amazing birthing experience.
Two weeks ago I gave a very quick and completely unmediated birth to a 8lb 9oz baby with zero need to be cut and no tears. And when I say quick, I mean under four hours from first contraction to the time she was born.
I purchased the trimester supply, and drank a glass(or two) every day with honey to sweeten.
Buy this tea, and trust your body mama!

I swear by this tea!

I send it to all my pregnant friends and they LOVE it! So yummy and helpful to the pregnant body. Thank you for figuring out a pregnancy tea that actually tastes good!


From vaginal swelling to reducing the risk of vaginal tearing, to soothing hemorrhoids, nipple pain from breastfeeding, increasing milk supply - we have the mom covered!


Breastfeeding can be a challenge and often painful in those first few weeks while you and your baby are learning this new skill. But we got you!

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