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Pregnancy Teas and raspberry leaf herbal tea

Teas for Pregnancy

Looking for a delicious caffeine-free drink to enjoy during your pregnancy? We are tea experts and can help guide you through our curated collection.

You know teas and tisanes are beneficial and hydrating. The natural ingredients in tea and herbal tisanes may have stress-reducing effects on the body, while other aspects of drinking tea play a part in overall relaxation and calming the mind. 

Especially during pregnancy, make moments of repose a daily pleasure. See our morning tea rituals post for tips.

The act of selecting a tea, smelling its aroma, watching it brew, and enjoying the drink will provide a few minutes to focus only on the tea and yourself. Filling you with flavor, warmth, and calm, tea can be a vehicle to promote relaxation and vitality. 

In addition to being packed with nutrients, tea and tisanes are hydrating. We all need water to keep our body functioning properly. We need water to aid in digestion, regulate body temperature, lubricate joints and help get rid of waste.

Pregnancy Teas - Raspberry Leaf Tea and other Herbals

Our herbal tisanes are perfect during pregnancy because they hydrate and provide easily assimilated vitamins and minerals. They’re also packed with antioxidants which may help lower your anxiety and stress levels.

Naturally sweet, with a mild, slightly nutty flavor, Rooibos is a mellow brew. It is made from a plant native to South Africa. It is caffeine-free and packed with minerals like calcium and magnesium, plus those antioxidants we love.

Honeybush, another plant native to South Africa, is also naturally caffeine-free. It is a satisfying way to keep your body well hydrated and may be used to help alleviate digestive problems during pregnancy. Its flavor deepens the more time you allow it to steep, with a hint of honey.

Hibiscus teas are a natural way to promote heart health. We love the incredible, cranberry-like flavor that hibiscus has to offer, both pure and in fruity or spiced blends. Learn more about the benefits of hibiscus tisanes.

Try These Caffeine-Free Teas for Pregnancy

Peppermint Herbal Tea

Peppermint Herbal Tea Loose Leaf

This simple herb is bursting with flavor! Bright notes of peppermint candy and creamy mint ice cream fill each sip. And the mouthfeel is smooth with deep earthy undertones. 

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Orange Spice Tulsi Herbal Tea

Orange Spice Tulsi Herbal Tea

Prepare to be delighted. Herbaceous tulsi balances bright notes of citrus and warming spices, while red peppercorns lend an unexpected oomph to the blend. Ginger and cinnamon in this blend can help ease nausea during pregnancy.

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Blueberry Ginger Herbal Tea  

Blueberry Ginger Herbal Tea

Bright ginger and apple come forward while blueberries and heather blossoms add tangy and floral-herbal notes. The zestiness of lemongrass and verbena combine to mellow the ginger zing, while blueberry is a highlighted sweet note.

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Toasted Caramel Rooibos

Toasted Caramel Rooibos

Have pregnancy cravings for something sweet? This rooibos is bolstered by subtly sweet notes of toasted brown rice, buckwheat and caramel. A perfect balance of sweet and salty. It has a buttery, rich aroma and a soft, sweet flavor that feels a little like you are having dessert.

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Tropical Island Honeybush

Tropical Island Honeybush

The body of the honeybush is similar to a light black tea so the characteristics are similar to sipping a black tea, sans any of the caffeine. The juiciness of the mango is balanced by a slight earthiness typical of honeybush.

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Blood Orange Hibiscus Tea

Blood Orange Hibiscus Tisane

Delightful citrus flavors blend well with sweet hibiscus and orange peel, while rose hips add tartness and apple pieces smoothen the cup. Bright blood orange shines through in this invigorating blend, yet the finish is gently satisfying.

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