Love Tea Fertility Organic Loose Leaf Tea has been designed to help regulate the menstrual cycle and assist with natural conception.
Naturopath formulated, this blend of organic herbs of red clover, chaste tree and raspberry leaf have traditionally been used to support hormonal balance, regulate the menstrual cycle and support reproductive health. This delicate blend offers a softly sweet and earthy flavour, with subtle tones of refreshing mint.
This natural alternative can be utilised prior to attempting IVF treatment. Love Tea does not recommend using this blend in conjunction with IVF treatment, as the effects on the hormonal system may interfere with the treatment, at a time when hormones must be strictly controlled and monitored.
Ingredients and brewing
Certified Organic chaste tree berry, peppermint, licorice root, shativari, raspberry leaf, red clover, nettle leaf.
Brewing: Place a heaped teaspoon (2.5 grams) of tea per cup (250ml) into a teapot or infuser. Add filtered water at 75ºc–85ºc and allow to infuse for 3–5+ minutes. Strain the tea and serve.
Caution: this blend is not recommended for women with elevated prolactin levels or hypertension. If you become pregnant, we recommend you discontinue drinking this tea.
Why we love it
- A refreshing combination of fennel, aniseed and lemon balm, mint and lime
- Naturopath formulated certified organic blend
- One of the most environmentally friendly luxe gifts on the market
- A really easy way practice self care
Our stamp of approval
- Australian Owned
- Gives Back
- Carbon Offset
- 1% for the Planet
Meet Love Tea
Australian owned and designed by two naturopaths, this family owned business produces some of Australia's best certified organic teas. They have a very strong sustainable and ethical ethos, their packaging is completely biodegradable and their teas are absolutely lovely - they are 1% for the Planet members, are currently working with Greening to become carbon offset and are working with B Corp to add to their growing list of business eco credentials. That is pretty impressive!