P. M. S. Organic Tea | 40 serves
Minimise cramping & nausea associated with P. M. S.
This tea blend is a gentle cuddle in a cup for women who suffer through symptoms of P.M.S. The antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, gentle warming & toning actions make this the perfect tea to ease and soothe cramping associated with P.M.S. as well as reducing any nausea. This tea has been carefully designed to minimise the build up of inflammation and reduce the incidence of that dreaded monthly pain that so many women go through.
P. M. S. has a light floral flavour with a hint of ginger. It can be enjoyed hot in your favourite mug or cool in a water bottle and sipped throughout the day.
To further help reduce inflammation and therefore pain during your mentrual cycle, eliminate processed foods which contain inflammatory ingredients and stay away from saturated fats. Exercise regularly to ensure your circulation is optimal. Include foods which contains anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats such as oily fish, linseeds, chia seeds and nuts.
Organic Tea by Whole Natural Health uses the highest grade naturopathic herbs to ensure optimal therapeutic actions with an enjoyable taste.
P. M. S. Organic Tea includes the following:
Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris)
Lady’s Mantle is a common herb used in female reproductive health due to its gentle astringent & anti-inflammatory actions to tone & soothe cramping.
Ginger (Zingiber officinalis)
Ginger is known to have many positive effects on the body including relieving nausea & spasmodic pain as well as being anti-inflammatory, protective of the liver, soothing for an upset tummy & stimulating for circulation via its warming effect on the body. Ginger is sweet & lightly spicy.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
Yarrow is known to have a number of beneficial effects on the body including helping the body through fevers, reducing pain via its anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic & astringent actions, stimulating & calming digestion & supporting blood circulation.
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)
A favourite for many, chamomile is popular for its calming effects but is equally as effective as a digestive herb due to its antispasmodic & soothing actions on the digestive system.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis)
A popular garden flower, calendula has traditionally been used for its purifying, antispasmodic & anti-inflammatory actions. Calendula is also a common ingredient in skin care due to its soothing & healing actions.
P. M. S.
Lady’s mantle, ginger, yarrow, chamomile, calendula