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Lady's Herb

An Herbal Tea To Support
Women's Wellness
 
 
Lady's Herb Tea
from 5.50

A relaxing tea perfect to pamper the lady in your life. White Peony tea is combined with women’s wellness herbs motherwort, lady’s mantle, and red raspberry leaf. (Contains caffeine).

Large Tin - $13.50  |  30 Servings  |  1.5 oz.
Small Tin - $5.50  |  4 Servings  | .2 oz.

100% Organic Ingredients: 
White Peony Tea
Motherwort
Lady's Mantle
Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

 

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White Peony Tea

White Peony Tea is a high grade white tea with a mild flavor that is slightly sweet. It is hand-picked and dried with minimal oxidation. This allows the tea to have more antioxidants to help support your immune and circulatory systems.
 
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Lady's Mantle

Lady’s Mantle is a low growing herb. It has been honored as an herb for women in many cultures. The herb’s tannin and salicylic acid support its use as an herb for menstrual irregularities, cramping and painful menstruation, and heavy menstrual flows.
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Red Raspberry Leaf

Red Raspberry Leaf is an astringent herb very popular in supporting women’s health. It is considered to be a powerful uterine tonic. This herb both tones and relaxes the muscles in the pelvic and uterine areas.
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Motherwort

A relaxing and bitter herb, Motherwort is associated with the heart as well as the female reproductive system. “Wort” means herb and the name is translated as the herb for the mother. It both stimulates and relaxes the uterus and has been used to regulate menses. This herb is not recommended during pregnancy.

Leaf & Twig provides teas for enjoyment. While we share some of the research we have done on each ingredient, know that the material presented on our website is for general educational information. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illnesses or diseases. Should you have any questions, please consult your physician or other health care provider.