Herbs to naturally help morning sickness

Posted by The Spoiled Mama on

There's nothing that kills the elation of pregnancy quite as quickly as your first bout of morning sickness...especially when you realize "morning" sickness can actually last all day!

That's why we formulated a nausea-blasting pregnancy tea to help the 75% of women who are affected during the first months of their pregnancy. Let's delve in to how it works!

Pregnancy tea for morning sickness


Morning sickness tea: What's the deal?

Herbal teas are a great way for expecting moms to hydrate and provide their bodies with nutrients. To ensure Mamas get the most of their tea, we use 100% organic whole herbs that have been squelching nausea for centuries!

Here's how our Happy Mornings tea for pregnancy curbs the queasiness:

Organic Ginger Root: Studies from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) report ginger is a safe and effective solution for morning sickness during pregnancy, and may reduce vomiting.  It's been a highly revered root that's been used in Asian cultures medicinally for hundreds of years.

Organic Spearmint Leaf: Records of spearmint used for medicinal purposes have been discovered as far back as ancient Greece. It's known for helping relieve symptoms of menstruation like fatigue, cramps and yes -- nausea!

Organic Red Raspberry Leaf: The holy grail of pregnancy herbs, red raspberry leaf is packed with potassium, magnesium, iron and b-vitamins, which makes it perfect to bust nausea and cramps.

Organic Orange Peel: Don't neglect the power of aromatherapy. Great in taste and wonderful to smell, orange peel is a simple yet effective way to help combat nausea.

Organic Chamomile Flower: Traditional medicine has touted the power of chamomile for ages. Known to calm anxiety and settle the stomach, chamomile has been shown to ease nausea and vomiting as well.

Organic Peppermint Leaf: Peppermint is fantastic during pregnancy because it safely relieves nausea, but also aids with digestion and irritable bowel syndrome.

Organic Lemon Balm Leaf: Used medicinally for at least 2,000 years, lemon balm soothes tension, pregnancy nausea and vomiting. As an added bonus, it helps aid with sleep as well!

How to drink a pregnancy tea

It's important to follow the suggested dosage on your pregnancy tea, since overdosing on herbal tea can be harmful. We recommend reaching for our morning sickness tea whenever symptoms of nausea begin showing.

For Mamas on the go, brew a tall thermos in the morning and sip throughout the day, or make a delicious iced tea for your travels!

Have you tried a pregnancy tea? Which natural remedies helped YOU cure morning sickness? Share below!


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