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The Best Period Tea I've Ever Had

Updated: Jan 5


 

Get your period tea HERE.

 

When it comes to that time of the month, there is noooo reason why we should be enduring extreme pain and discomfort. Severe cramping is NOT natural (it's definitely normal in this society though). They lied to us girl. Most women have issues with their menstrual cycle and the culprit? Highly stressful lives and a toxic environment.



Cramps occur when we have something stuck in our womb or stagnation of blood flow. Our uterus cramps when it's trying to get something out, ie. your baby, uterine lining, fibroids, cysts etc.


I created an herbal tea to drink the week before and during your menstrual cycle to help with cramping, iron deficiency and more. It has made a HUGE difference in my cycle by reducing cramps, pms, bloating and weakness caused by blood loss.


Auset Herbal's Period Tea includes the following delicious and nutritious herbs:



Alfalfa Leaf: a good source of vitamins A, C, and E, which are all important for immune health. Alfalfa contains plant-based hormones called phytoestrogens, which may help regulate the production of hormones in the body. This may be beneficial for individuals with hormonal imbalances, such as PCOS, menopause or PMS.



 

Blackseed: This one is almost like a 'cure-all'. Its mentioned in the Quran as "the remedy for everything but death." Rich in nutrients, blackseed has been shown to have several potential benefits for menstruation:

  • It may reduce menstrual cramps: Black cumin seed contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. These compounds may help reduce the severity of menstrual cramps, providing relief from this common symptom.

  • It may regulate menstrual cycles: Black cumin seed contains phytoestrogens, which are plant-based hormones that may help regulate the production of hormones in the body. This may be beneficial for individuals with irregular menstrual cycles or hormonal imbalances.

  • It may improve mood: Black cumin seed contains compounds that may have antidepressant and anxiolytic effects. These compounds may help improve mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, which are common during menstruation.

  • It may reduce PMS symptoms: Black cumin seed has been shown to have a range of potential benefits for PMS symptoms, such as bloating, breast tenderness, and mood changes. It may help reduce the severity of these symptoms, providing relief for individuals who experience PMS.

 

Burdock Root: Contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. These compounds may help reduce the severity of menstrual cramps, providing relief from this common symptom. Other benefits include:

  • regulate menstrual cycles: Burdock root contains compounds that may help regulate the production of hormones in the body. This may be beneficial for individuals with irregular menstrual cycles or hormonal imbalances.

  • It may improve mood: Burdock root contains compounds that may have antidepressant and anxiolytic effects. These compounds may help improve mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, which are common during menstruation.

  • It may support liver health: Burdock root is a liver tonic, meaning it may help support the health and function of the liver. The liver plays an important role in hormonal health, so supporting its function may be beneficial for menstruation.

 

Rosehip: A good source of vitamins C and E, which are very important for immune health. This will also help if you tend to get acne related to your cycle by nourishing the skin. Consuming rosehip during menstruation may help with:

  1. Reducing menstrual cramps: Rosehip is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties that may help to reduce the severity of menstrual cramps.

  2. Regulating menstrual cycle: Rosehip may help to regulate the menstrual cycle by balancing hormone levels.

  3. Boosting iron levels: Rosehip is a rich source of vitamin C, which can help the body to absorb iron more efficiently. This may be beneficial for women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding and are at risk of iron deficiency anemia.

  4. Relieving menstrual headaches: Rosehip may help to relieve menstrual headaches due to its anti-inflammatory properties.


 

Nettle: A plant that has been traditionally used for medicinal purposes for centuries. It contains a variety of nutrients including iron, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins A and C. Some of the potential benefits of nettle for menstrual health include:

  1. Reducing menstrual cramps: Nettle has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the intensity of menstrual cramps.

  2. Regulating menstrual flow: Nettle can help regulate menstrual flow by improving blood circulation to the uterus and reducing heavy bleeding.

  3. Alleviating premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms: Nettle has been shown to alleviate symptoms of PMS, such as bloating, breast tenderness, and mood swings.

  4. Boosting iron levels: Nettle is rich in iron, which is important for maintaining healthy levels of hemoglobin in the blood during menstruation.

  5. Supporting overall reproductive health: Nettle is believed to support overall reproductive health by strengthening the uterus and improving fertility.

 

Hibiscus: a plant that is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron. Some of the potential benefits of hibiscus for menstrual health include:

  1. Reducing menstrual cramps: Hibiscus has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the intensity of menstrual cramps.

  2. Regulating menstrual flow: Hibiscus can help regulate menstrual flow by improving blood circulation to the uterus and reducing heavy bleeding.

  3. Relieving premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms: Hibiscus has been shown to alleviate symptoms of PMS, such as bloating, mood swings, and irritability.

  4. Boosting iron levels: Hibiscus is rich in iron, which is important for maintaining healthy levels of hemoglobin in the blood during menstruation.

  5. Supporting overall reproductive health: Hibiscus is believed to support overall reproductive health by improving fertility and strengthening the uterus.

 

Red Raspberry Leaf: Rich in nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and vitamins B and C. Some of the potential benefits of red raspberry leaf for menstrual health include:

  1. Regulating menstrual flow: Red raspberry leaf has been traditionally used to regulate menstrual flow and reduce heavy bleeding.

  2. Relieving menstrual cramps: Red raspberry leaf is believed to have muscle-relaxing properties that can help alleviate menstrual cramps.

  3. Alleviating premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms: Red raspberry leaf has been shown to alleviate symptoms of PMS, such as bloating, irritability, and mood swings.

  4. Supporting overall reproductive health: Red raspberry leaf is believed to support overall reproductive health by strengthening the uterus and improving fertility.

  5. Preparing the body for childbirth: Red raspberry leaf is often recommended during the third trimester of pregnancy to help prepare the uterus for childbirth.

 

When consumed together as a period tea, these herbs may help to promote overall health and well-being as well as reduce inflammation, reduce cramping, improve blood flow and promote a healthy menstrual cycle that you can actually look forward to! To get your 1 month or 3 month supply, click HERE.




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