No matter what you call it, that time of the month can be such a struggle for so many uterus-having people. Cramps, bloating, irritability, diarrhea, fatigue and so many more unpleasantries.
With a specially formulated blend of herbs, our Moon Time Tea can help support you and your body during this time.
Raspberry leaf tea has been used as a natural remedy for period pain for centuries. For heavy bleeders, this tea also helps to tighten the muscles in your pelvic region which also helps to reduce the cramps that are caused by spasms.
The antioxidants in chamomile tea help calm abdominal discomfort, ease menstrual cramps and lessen PMS mood swings. Chamomile tea also acts as a hormone balancer, which will help lead to more regular cycles.
Cramp bark is an herbal remedy that naturally contains a compound called methyl salicylate, which is known to have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. As it’s name hints, cramp bark is known for relieving cramps, including those associated with premenstrual syndrome or PMS.
Marshmallow root soothes the digestive system and can help with both constipation and diarrhea.
Ginger is a wonder herb that can effectively ease menstrual cramps. This herb plays a key role in lowering the levels of the pain-causing prostaglandins. It also helps fight fatigue associated with premenstrual syndrome and can make irregular periods regular.
Peppermint tea has anti-spasmodic properties that can help soothe cramping muscles. In addition, you may experience a significant improvement in your mood and cramps by drinking a cup of peppermint tea 2-3 times a day before and during your period.
As an emmenogogue, Motherwort acts as a uterine tonic which helps to regulate menstruation, bring on delayed periods and can reduce smooth muscle cramping – particularly menstrual cramps.
Lastly, calendula is believed to work well with the female reproductive system, aiding to regulate the menstrual cycle and ease the pain and discomfort of symptoms of PMS. Drinking calendula tea can help to relieve menstrual cramps and pain, reduce excessive bleeding, and help the lymphatic system to clear.
This tea is not for anyone pregnant, breastfeeding, or attempting to become pregnant.
(The information here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider who knows your medical history with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.)