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Best Teas for Women

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Best Teas for Women
Updated on April 25, 2024

Every woman is intimately tied to nature. Throughout a woman’s life, several natural transitions are influenced by hormones, which are often in sync with nature’s cycles. The menstrual cycle follows the moon’s cycle, ebbing and flowing every 28 days, in most cases. A woman’s body can grow and change, like the earth, in each new season or stage of life. From the first stages of initiation into womanhood with the onset of menses, into the childbearing years, and then the natural shift to menopause, a woman’s body is designed to evolve and change.

Perhaps this relationship with the cycles of nature has something to do with the powerful connection that plants can have in supporting women’s health. For thousands of years, herbs have been used as part of daily life to support the journey of womanhood.

Beyond healthy lifestyle choices – including a healthy, well-balanced diet, exercise, and regular self-care, there are multiple ways that women can support their wellness to reinforce their vitality, energy, and overall health; one of our favorites being an easy and soothing cup of tea.*

Our herbalists have put together a list of our best teas for women to keep you feeling nourished and supported throughout all phases of life. All of the below are organic, non-GMO, and caffeine-free.

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Organic Red Clover tea

Red clover is traditionally used in herbal medicine for skin health. Drinking hot water infusions of these plump blossoms is thought to help you glow from the inside out, by supporting the lymphatic system – one of the body and skin’s primary systems of detoxification.* Gently fruity and floral, this tea is a favorite paired with honey, and enjoyed over ice in the spring and summertime months.

 

Organic Healthy Cycle® tea

With herbs like raspberry leaf and nettle, this tea was made to support all phases of a healthy menstrual cycle. Pleasantly herbal, with hints of citrus and mint, we recommend drinking it regularly to support your wellness and vitality throughout the month.*

 

Organic Raspberry Leaf tea

For the purist at heart, our organic Raspberry Leaf tea supports healthy menstruation and tones the uterus, making it a perfect companion throughout your childbearing years. Women have been reaching for this simple leaf for thousands of years to relieve menstrual cramping and to help prepare the womb for childbirth during pregnancy.* Its robust, yet delicately leafy flavor makes it a pleasant addition to your daily wellness routine.

 

Organic Stress Ease® tea

This is the perfect cup of tea to relieve stress, tension and irritability any time of the month.* Combining the leaves and flowers of skullcap with warming cinnamon bark and the gentle sweetness from licorice root, this tea grounds you into the present moment to help you unwind. The soothing nature of skullcap and comforting warmth provided by the cinnamon make this blend particularly helpful in quelling any emotionally turbulent days or menstrual irritability.

 

Organic Pregnancy® Tea

This tea is a nourishing blend of herbs for pregnant moms looking for a little uterine support. The leading herb in this formula, raspberry leaf, has been used by generations of women to support and tone the uterus, while nettle offers a gentle and supportive nutritive action.* Mildly sweet and minty, this tea is a welcome companion to your precious maternity months.

 

Organic Ginger tea

Spicy and warming, ginger has long been used to support occasional nausea due to motion.* Enjoy it simply for its pleasant taste, as an after-meal digestive or to calm a nauseous belly from motion or normal morning sickness. While comforting as a cup of tea, ginger can also be found in our Morning Ease® Lemon Ginger Lozenges for convenient, on-the-go relief wherever nausea may strike.

 

Organic Mother’s Milk® tea

Formulated in 1978, Mother’s Milk still stands strong as America’s #1 lactation tea†, and for good reason. This time-tested formula incorporates herbs that have traditionally been used to support healthy milk production such as sweet fennel, anise, coriander, fenugreek, and blessed thistle.* You can enjoy its naturally sweet flavor while knowing you’re supporting the needs of yourself and your baby.

 

Organic Nettle Leaf Tea
†SPINS (2021), Natural Enhanced & MULO 3/21/21. Chicago IL: SPINS.

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