We're excited to introduce you to this clever creation! The warming, delicious and soothing Boost Brew 2 in 1 Pregnancy and Lactation Tea.
You can enjoy this blend safely throughout pregnancy to help ease nausea and morning sickness but also continue to enjoy it postpartum and beyond as a highly effective milk boosting Lactation Tea!
Like all the Yummy Mummy Food Company products, we've lovingly created this all natural infusion tea blend, so that it’s not only one of the tastiest lactation tea we’ve found, but also one that sits beautifully alongside the other highly functional and effective foods in our breastfeeding range.
The following 100% ORGANIC, CAFFEINE FREE ingredient list has been specially chosen to work together to provide a refreshing and soothing taste, while also containing ingredients reputed to traditionally help ease morning sickness and nausea as well as build healthy milk supply:
Organic turmeric, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic lemon myrtle, organic peppermint, organic lemon balm, organic nettle, organic rose petals.
For your health and wellbeing our organic Lactation Tea is:
While this tea was formulated for breastfeeding mothers, during taste testing, we were overwhelmingly told that it’s so nice that it’s been a fantastic tea option for ANY tea drinker!
It's a perfectly safe option for those not breastfeeding or even kids who are loving it as a relaxing, pre-bedtime sleep tea!
Our Lactation Tea is delicious served hot or cold as an iced tea.
50gm (20 servings)/foil lined resealable packet for maximum freshness & flavour
Ingredients: Organic turmeric, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic lemon myrtle, organic peppermint, organic lemon balm, organic nettle, organic rose petals
Simply brew this tea in your favourite infuser or teapot and enjoy straight away hot or chill in the fridge for an equally tasty and beneficial iced tea!
*Local and imported ingredients. Blended and packed in Australia
** If you are concerned about your breast milk supply or your baby’s health, always seek help from a health care provider. Lactation consultants, breastfeeding counsellors, specialist nurses like child health nurses or doctors can also help with any breastfeeding questions or concerns you may have. The Australian Breastfeeding Association is also a great resource for information and support