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A sophisticated herbal Tea blended from Raspberry Leaf, a long-standing ingredient that supports a woman’s cycle, addressing the many areas associated with imbalance.


Our Raspberry Leaf (dubbed the “woman’s herb”)  is naturally sourced, harvested when the leaves are at their freshest, with Rhubarb stalks picked when they are deep crimson red. There's no fillers, nothing artificial, just a naturally effective herbal remedy, supported by research and real life. Rhubarb - the vegetable that everybody thought was a fruit, has long been used to promote healthy digestion and soothe inflammation. Specifically combined, this blend Tea is packed with calcium, Vitamin K, and anti-oxidants. Rhubarb makes for a deliciously tangy but soothing, caffeine-free brew. And it relieves bloating, too!


How does it taste? Red Raspberry Leaf is the herb that tastes most like a traditional black tea, but without milk. Beautifully tart, tangy and slightly bitter, but fresh. This blend has an initial black tea flavour, but then becomes blissfully mellow and fruity. There’a a lovely tartness from the rhubarb, then a softness and sweetness from the apple. We think it's reminiscent of a childhood Apple and Rhubarb Crumble! 


We really like this tea in the afternoons. You can also make it into a really nice cold brew with the addition of Raspberry juice, ice and fruits.


Sold in 50g Loose Leaf (30 servings) or Tea Bags

Raspberry Leaf, Rhubarb & Apple


Raspberry leaf has traditionally been used to support reproductive health. From reducing PMS cramping, regulating periods and supporting fertility, to preparing for labour at the end of pregnancy, and easing transition through menopause. The fragerine compound found in the leaf affects uterine muscles, by contraction and strengthening. Aiding cramping and flow.

Pregnancy benefits: It is most commonly consumed during the later stages (usually after 32 weeks) of pregnancy to tone the uterus and pelvic muscles, which may lead to a shorter and easier labor . There is some evidence to suggest that it may also help reduce postpartum bleeding and cramping. You should NOT drink raspberry leaf until 32 weeks if you are pregnant. When you can start to drink Raspberry Leaf to help labour.

General health benefits: Raspberry leaf tea is also a good source of antioxidants, which can help protect cells from damage and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Additionally, it contains small amounts of vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, and magnesium.

Potential benefits for menstrual cramps: Some women also use raspberry leaf tea to relieve menstrual cramps and other PMS symptoms


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