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The Byron Bay Tea Company's Nursing tea is designed for the new Mum's. Nursing tea helps to support lactation & promote healthy milk flow, because creating harmony between you and your baby during breastfeeding is key and this specialised herbal formula will help you to achieve this. For maximum benefit enjoy 3-5 cups daily and consume only after birth while breastfeeding.
50g Box:Making up to 35 cups of tea, this gorgeous, recyclable cardboard box is made from responsible forestry sources with a re-sealable bag inside making it an easy way to store and access your Nursing tea.
150g Tin:Making up to 110 cups of tea, the large tin is an attractive and practical way to store and access your Nursing tea. The tea is packaged in a reusable bag that can be emptied into the tin once purchased. The tin has a tight seal that helps to maintain the quality and freshness of the tea. This one is perfect for the avid tea drinker.
300g Bag:Making up to 220 cups of tea, the refill bag is a re-sealable bag that helps to maintain the quality and freshness of the Nursing tea. It can be used to refill the tin or to simply store in the cupboard as is. Perfect for the avid tea drinker.
*For a limited time only, when you buy a refill bag, you will receive a complimentary empty labelled Tin to fill with your refill bag of tea. A great way to store your tea and display on a shelf.
The Nursing tea is made from a combination of:
Goats Rue (Galega Officinalis) which is renowned for its benefits to breastfeeding women. Goats Rue is considered in herbal medicine to be a galactogogue, a key herb that can help to increase the supply of breast milk. Perfect as part of a nursing blend for a Mum who has a low supply.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) which is also a galactagogue with a slightly milder action, but in addition is highly nutritious containing many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to benefit a nursing mother and her baby.
Nettle (Urtica dioica) which has been commonly used in women after childbirth to treat Anaemia, as it is particularly high in iron so can help to build the blood and fight postpartum fatigue. Nettle also has a galactogogue action and may help to increase breast milk production in women with a low supply.
Aniseed (Pimpinella Anisum) and Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) have been used throughout history as galactagogues and can be helpful to maintain a constant milk flow and treat clogged ducts or other problems in the mammary glands. Additionally, they can be beneficial to help treat babies with colic or gassiness, as their active constituents can pass directly through the breast milk to the baby.
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) which is a key herb for stress, anxiety and insomnia. It helps support a nursing mother by restoring the nervous system and encouraging relaxation, that will in turn improve milk flow and production. These nervous system benefits can also be passed on to the baby directly via the breast milk along with Lemon Balms actions to help relieve colic and gassiness.
Nursing tea has been designed to assist with:
Increasing breast milk production for mums with low milk supply
Aiding digestion for mum and bub and reducing symptoms of colic
Nourishing the nervous system to keep mum and bub calm and relaxed