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Lactation Tea - Elderberry, Raspberry Leaf, Fennel, Fruit & Rose 50g

Designer: Yummy Mummy Food Co.

$18.00
Lactation Tea Elderberry, Raspberry Leaf, Fennel, Fruit & Rose 50g
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Please meet our most naturally sweet, fruity, full-bodied AND most importantly highly effective milk boosting and immune boosting Lactation Tea!

We think you’ll agree that the following 100% ORGANIC ingredient list is quite a unique mix in the world of lactation teas and has been specially chosen to work together to taste great and help build milk supply:
Organic aniseed, organic fennel seeds, organic rosehip granules, organic peppermint, organic elderberries, organic apple pieces, organic marshmallow root, organic raspberry leaf, organic rose petals, organic calendula petals.

For your health and wellbeing our organic Lactation Tea is:

  • Sourced from an ACO (Australian Certified Organic) Processor
  • Free from insecticides, pesticides and other chemicals
  • Free from fillers or preservatives
  • GMO Free
  • Low GI, Sugar Free, Vegan, Gluten Free

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 and even kids are loving it's fruity flavour without realising how full of goodness it is!
Our Lactation Tea is delicious served hot or cold as an iced tea. 

Tea Size:
50gm (20 servings)
/foil lined resealable packet for maximum freshness & flavour

Ingredients: Organic aniseed, organic fennel seeds, organic rosehip granules, organic peppermint, organic elderberries, organic apple pieces, organic marshmallow root, organic raspberry leaf, organic rose petals, organic calendula petals.

*Raspberry Leaf is usually only recommended in pregnancy from 36 weeks onwards. 
** 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.