All these herbs are safe to use during pregnancy however most herbalist recommend to stop herbal supplements during first trimester. Please always consult with your physician before use.
dandelion - reduces water retention and bloating and prevents swelling in pregnant women.
nettle - is the perfect tonic for pregnant women. It is rich in vitamin A, K, C and minerals like Calcium and Potassium.
rose hips - Vitamin C is essential during pregnancy because it is absolutely necessary for collagen formation in both you and your baby. Rose hips is one of the most effective herbal sources of vitamin C for pregnant women along with a number of food sources. Vitamin C also helps your iron and calcium absorption, and both of those minerals are vital for baby's development.
alfalfa - This herb has very rich sources of nutrients such as calcium, iron, carotenes, and vitamin C. When taken as a tea during pregnancy, it helps provide natural source of minerals and vitamins.
Alfalfa is particularly rich in vitamin K, a known blood-clotting agent. A diet rich in vitamin K may help reduce the risk of post-partum hemorrhage.
chamomile - has calming and soothing effects on our system. During pregnancy, anxiety and stress is common. Chamomile tea helps increase serotonin levels and helps you sleep well and give you the rest that you deserve during your pregnancy.
mint - is a refreshing herb that prevents morning sickness during pregnancy. It prevents nausea and vomiting tendencies in pregnant women. Peppermint leaf also helps with digestion and prevents flatulence. It is also a natural anti-anxiety solution and helps with pregnancy-related depression.
raspberry leaf - can be consumed safely during pregnancy as it is a power-packed with iron and vitamins. It helps improve blood count and also provides relief from nausea. It also reduces labor pains.
lemon balm - This herb has a very soothing aroma and it is very useful during pregnancy. It helps calm the nerves, reduce nervous tension and promote relaxation. It can help in hypertension cases and digestive problems.
oat straw - is rich in essential nutrients that support your health while you’re pregnant. Rich in fiber, it helps with digestion and bowel movement. It is rich in iron which is essential for maintaining blood count. Oats reduces cholesterol levels and reduces risk of diabetes in pregnant women. It is also a healthy breakfast option as it is rich in protein and helps you in maintaining healthy weight. Oatstraw is also extremely beneficial for pregnant women. You can make tea out of oatstraw and consume it safely. It provides relief from anxiety, depression and restlessness during pregnancy.
Adults use 1-2ml once a day
organic non- gmo vegetable glycerin, carbon filtered water, dandelion, nettle, oat straw, alfalfa, lemon balm, raspberry leaf, mint, rose hips, chamomile