Our newest blend, Blood Orange, is for anybody with a uterus who experiences severe menstrual cramps and heavy periods. And you know what we mean by heavy...or do we have to get graphic?
- 1.5 oz of loose leaf tea, 15 single servings
- 2.5 oz of loose leaf tea, 30 single servings
- Caffeine content: Zip zero stingy wit deniro
Orange spice. Yeah, we did THAT!
- Relieve recurring cramp-like pain during the menstrual cycle
- Ease PMS
- Ease back and muscular pain
Orange Peel: Very common in European medicine for its carminative properties, orange peel warms the stomach, stimulating appetite and increasing digestion. Orange peel also plumps cells with water and nutrients to keep the skin soft. But most important is the way orange peel helps you relax, causing satisfaction in the body.
Black Cohosh: This great female remedy comes from the teachings of Native Americans. Black Cohosh contains phytoestrogens, so it's often used for estrogen deficient conditions, like menopause. Black Cohosh is also used for bronchitis, PMS, cramping, uterine and back pain.
Rose Hips: This part of the Wild Rose plant contains tannins, flavonoids, sugars, pectin, citric acid, Vitamin C, and carotene. With its cooling effect on the body, Rose Hips have been used for vaginal discharge, menstrual irregularities, yeast infections, anxiety, sore throat, and diarrhea.
Cinnamon: This well known spice has been used forever for its warm, stimulating, and nourishing properties. Plus it tastes damn good. Bet ya didn't know Cinnamon has been used for menopause, cramps, pain in the lower back, sore muscles, postpartum, abdominal cramping, nausea, diarrhea, and slow digestion.
Blackberry Leaf: This strong astringent herb is similar to its cousin Raspberry Leaf, containing the tannins, plant acids, and flavonoids that our bodies love. Blackberry Leaf has been used for headaches, diarrhea, sore throat, coughs, and digestive issues.
Clove: This spice is what we call 'Old herbal medicine,' it's sweet, warming, and stimulating. Used since the beginning of spices (that's an exaggeration), many grab it for indigestion, nausea, abdominal cramps, backache, bronchitis, insomnia, cold, cough, and depression.
Chicory Root: Typically blended with Dandelion Root for herbal coffee substitutes, Chicory Root is typically used for stomach cramps, upset stomach, headache, pimples, respiratory congestion, indigestion, and arthritis.
Pairs Well With:
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