Pregnacy & Nursing teas

Tee für Schwangerschaft und Stillzeit

Many uncertainties arise during pregnancy and breastfeeding: how much tea can I drink during pregnancy? How often must I drink breast-feeding tea? Why are there special pregnancy teas? These questions are justified, because you no longer bear responsibility only for yourself, but also for your child.

Organic pregnancy and nursing teas

Tea is a great thirst quencher, especially during pregnancy, and provides you with enough fluids. When you are breastfeeding, the right tea helps you to produce milk. But not all types of tea are recommended for mum and baby! We recommend that you choose high-quality, certified organic pregnancy and breastfeeding teas. Because here you know exactly what's in it - and the different varieties all taste fantastic! The pregnancy teas accompany you for these exciting nine months and nursing teas through the postpartum and nursing period. They are always ideally suited to your needs. The ingredients are always high quality and carefully selected. The teas have all been developed by an experienced midwife for pregnancy and the time after birth

Pregnancy tea for the first and second trimester

At the beginning of your pregnancy a pregnancy tea made from a delicious herbal mixture with lady's mantle, sea buckthorn, nettle, rose petals and raspberry leaves is suitable. This mixture can prevent the typical initial symptoms, regulate the iron content and prepare the uterus for pregnancy.

Pregnancy tea for the third trimester

From the 35th week on, the time has come: birth is imminent! To prepare your body and especially your uterus for the forthcoming strains, a pregnancy tea with raspberry leaves and other birth-preparing herbs is now available. Additional calming herbs relax you and are good for the soul.

Tea for the postpartum period and nursing tea

For the time after birth, there are restorative, invigorating and regenerating teas. Ideal for the postpartum period, because the herbal mixture relaxes and helps against the baby blues. If you want to breastfeed, nursing tea is just right for you.  Thanks to selected herbs such as aniseed and fennel, it helps you to produce milk. 

Tips for tea during pregnancy

Try to drink your tea unsweetened without sugar or sweetener and change the varieties from time to time. And another little tip for the summer: tea also tastes cold! You can safely put the pot or cup in the fridge and enjoy it as a cool refreshment afterwards.

Better not do that!

During your pregnancy there are also tea varieties that you should generally avoid or only enjoy in moderation. Green and black tea is fine in doses of up to three cups a day, as long as you don't drink coffee as well. Because these teas contain caffeine! There are numerous indications that caffeine can have a harmful effect on babies. That is why you should avoid caffeine as far as possible.

Herbal teas are very tasty and very popular. However, they are not fully recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women, as they always act like a medicine. Here the principle applies: the dose makes the poison. Most types of herbal tea are harmless in small quantities. However, pay attention to the ingredients or rather go straight for a pregnancy tea. Because they were developed especially for pregnant women and are absolutely harmless!

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Tee für Schwangerschaft und Stillzeit

Many uncertainties arise during pregnancy and breastfeeding: how much tea can I drink during pregnancy? How often must I drink breast-feeding tea? Why are there special pregnancy teas? These questions are justified, because you no longer bear responsibility only for yourself, but also for your child.

Organic pregnancy and nursing teas

Tea is a great thirst quencher, especially during pregnancy, and provides you with enough fluids. When you are breastfeeding, the right tea helps you to produce milk. But not all types of tea are recommended for mum and baby! We recommend that you choose high-quality, certified organic pregnancy and breastfeeding teas. Because here you know exactly what's in it - and the different varieties all taste fantastic! The pregnancy teas accompany you for these exciting nine months and nursing teas through the postpartum and nursing period. They are always ideally suited to your needs. The ingredients are always high quality and carefully selected. The teas have all been developed by an experienced midwife for pregnancy and the time after birth

Pregnancy tea for the first and second trimester

At the beginning of your pregnancy a pregnancy tea made from a delicious herbal mixture with lady's mantle, sea buckthorn, nettle, rose petals and raspberry leaves is suitable. This mixture can prevent the typical initial symptoms, regulate the iron content and prepare the uterus for pregnancy.

Pregnancy tea for the third trimester

From the 35th week on, the time has come: birth is imminent! To prepare your body and especially your uterus for the forthcoming strains, a pregnancy tea with raspberry leaves and other birth-preparing herbs is now available. Additional calming herbs relax you and are good for the soul.

Tea for the postpartum period and nursing tea

For the time after birth, there are restorative, invigorating and regenerating teas. Ideal for the postpartum period, because the herbal mixture relaxes and helps against the baby blues. If you want to breastfeed, nursing tea is just right for you.  Thanks to selected herbs such as aniseed and fennel, it helps you to produce milk. 

Tips for tea during pregnancy

Try to drink your tea unsweetened without sugar or sweetener and change the varieties from time to time. And another little tip for the summer: tea also tastes cold! You can safely put the pot or cup in the fridge and enjoy it as a cool refreshment afterwards.

Better not do that!

During your pregnancy there are also tea varieties that you should generally avoid or only enjoy in moderation. Green and black tea is fine in doses of up to three cups a day, as long as you don't drink coffee as well. Because these teas contain caffeine! There are numerous indications that caffeine can have a harmful effect on babies. That is why you should avoid caffeine as far as possible.

Herbal teas are very tasty and very popular. However, they are not fully recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women, as they always act like a medicine. Here the principle applies: the dose makes the poison. Most types of herbal tea are harmless in small quantities. However, pay attention to the ingredients or rather go straight for a pregnancy tea. Because they were developed especially for pregnant women and are absolutely harmless!

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