"I use the menopause tea and it has helped me so much. Hot flushes are reduced and I’m sleeping much better. I make some tea in the morning & drink it cold in a 1 litre bottle throughout the day. I highly recommend menopause tea for everyone experiencing menopause symptoms" - Debbi, Whole Natural Health customer.
Menopause Organic Tea | 40 serves
Cooling, calming, balancing & supportive.
Menopause Organic Tea contains herbs which are traditionally used to support hormonal balance, reduce hot flushes and improve sleep. Also contained in Menopause Organic Tea are cooling and calming herbs to support you in feeling cool, calm and collected through what can be a turning point in a woman's life.
The term menopause refers to the time after a woman's final period. The time leading up to menopause where a woman experiences symptoms such as irregular periods, hot flushes, low mood, trouble sleeping, etc. is called peri-menopause. In this time of peri-menopause, the body is trying to bring on menstruation with a surge of oestrogen which causes such symptoms.
Menopause is a light tasting tea with a hint of citrus and rose.
Organic Tea by Whole Natural Health uses the highest grade naturopathic herbs to ensure optimal therapeutic actions with an enjoyable taste.
Menopause Organic Tea contains the following:
Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa)
Black cohosh has been extensively studied for its effects in menopause. It exerts an oestrogenic action which may help to reduce symptoms associated with menopause.
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Red Clover helps the body to eliminate toxins by supporting the liver with detoxification. Red Clover is an effective herb for skin conditions, inflammatory conditions and joint problems. Red Clover also has an oestrogenic effect which helps to reduce menopausal symptoms.
Wild yam's anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic actions support the flow of bile from the gall bladder. Wild yam is also thought to exert an oestrogenic effect which may support women with symptoms associated with menopause.
Sage (Salvia officinalis)
Sage is often used for its antimicrobial actions to support respiratory infections. Sage has also been shown to support women with menopause symptoms such as hot flushes and night sweats.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
Lemon balm, commonly found in herb gardens, is known to have a calming effect on the nervous system whilst also soothing an upset stomach. Also known as Melissa, lemon balm brings a hint of fresh lemon to tea.
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.
Rose (Rosa centifolia)
Due to their favourable fragrance, rose petals have been added to baths for centuries as well as being used in cooking & skin care. Rose has a great affinity to women and femininity. The fragrance of rose petals matches equally to their sweet flavour which transfers to a delicious floral tea.
Brew 2-3 tsp per 250 ml of boiled water for 3-5 minutes. Strain and enjoy.
Drink 2-3 cups per day or brew a big batch and drink cool from a water bottle throughout the day.