Female Comfort Tea

Eases menstrual cramps + headaches
(3 customer reviews)

£3.95£16.00

  • Helps ease period pain and menstrual cramps
  • Calms anxiety and palpitations
  • Eases digestive upset associated with period pain or headaches
  • Regulates and balances the menstrual cycle
Description

A delicious tasting herbal tea blend that contains herbs that have been traditionally used to help relieve painful periods and digestive upsets.  It contains anti-spasmodic herbs to help ease painful spasms in the uterus and/or digestive tract and herbs to help regulate prostaglandin metabolism, improve circulation to the pelvic area, and/or tone and relax the excessive contractions of the uterus.

Caution: Do not use this product if you are allergic to plants in the daisy (Asteraceae) family, such as chamomile or echinacea. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have gallstones. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Recommended with:

Magnesium
Magnesium helps to relax smooth muscle tissue. It has been shown to reduce menstrual cramping greatly. Magnesium deficiency is a leading cause of menstrual cramps.

In Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, Dr. Christiane Northrup shared that “In 1997, the National Academy of Sciences found that most Americans are deficient in Magnesium” for a number of reasons… “Without adequate magnesium (which is also a natural calcium channel blocker too much calcium gets inside the cells. This can result in muscle cramping, blood vessel constriction, migraine headaches and even feelings of anxiety.”

Chaste Tree Tincture
If you suffer PMS symptoms, especially anxiety, headaches, acne, or breast tenderness. It is also helpful if you’re experiencing an irregular cycle. This is not recommended for females under the age of 18.

Reviews

3 reviews for Female Comfort Tea

  1. Emily

    Writing this in the hope it helps others – I’ve been having this tea religiously every morning for over a month, along with the ‘chase tree organic tincture’, so the only thing I would say is that I don’t know which of these products is working the most magic! After coming off the pill, for months my cycles were irregular, my mood was terrible (I felt like I didn’t know who I was!) skin was bad, I had sore boobs and bad cramps the week before my period. Since using both the tea and the tincture, every single one of these has improved beyond comprehension. I have still got a bit of breakout before my period but for two cycles now, I’ve had no soreness or cramps and best of all, no irrational mood swings that get me down.

    This genuinely has made such a difference to me, thank you so much Nikki – I am recommending to anyone else with bad PMS! x

  2. Sadie Pickering

    Since using this tea in my most recent bleed I’ve noticed a huge difference in such a short space of time. I usually have at least 1 day with cramps so bad I need to take painkillers, which I’d really rather not do. I didn’t have to take any in this last one. I love the tea, I love the ritual of creating it and sipping it mindfully. The taste is delicate and comforting. Complimented with salt baths, this is an essential item for all women, especially heavy/crampy bleeders. Thank you Nikki x

    • Nikki Hill

      Awww Sadie, thanks so much for this lovely review! So pleased to hear the female comfort tea worked its magic and you didn’t need to take any painkillers. Long may it continue. 🙂

  3. Hannah

    I’ve struggled with irregular cycles since having my daughter. My period has also been both heavy and painful. This tea has made a real difference. Thanks so much Nikki!

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Key Ingredients

Red raspberry leaf:

Red raspberry leaf contains a compound called Fragarine which is known to help tone and tighten muscles in the pelvic region, thereby assisting with the cramps caused by spasms of these muscles. It is also contains high levels of calcium and magnesium. These two minerals are a key factor in preventing muscle spasms and therefore preventing period cramping.

Lady's mantle:
This gorgeous herb has anti-spasmodic and pain relieving effects as it contains compounds such as salicylic acid and quercetin which are known for their analgesic and anti-inflammatory actions.

Chamomile flowers:
Chamomile has anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties. It is also helpful for women with digestive constipation contributing to pain. Because this herb is also a nervine and mild sedative, it may help to reduce stress, relax the nervous system, and induce a restful state in the body. This can be very useful when experiencing menstrual cramping accompanied by anxiety and irritability.

Lemon balm:
A powerful anti-spasmodic that stops spasm and relieves pain caused by irritable bowel syndrome and period pain.

Lavender buds:
Helps to reduce stress-induced, pressured headaches, tense muscles and palpitations due to anxiety.

Ginger root:
Is warming and anti-inflammatory making it useful for period pain. It contains pungent components that have analgesic effects and contains prostaglandin-inhibiting actions that help to relive period pain and pre-menstrual migraines. It is also useful for women who experience nausea and vomiting with their period.

Peppermint leaf:
As peppermint acts as a muscle relaxant and pain reliever, it may diminish certain types of headaches.

Ritual
Place 1 heaped teaspoon in a teapot with an infuser or cafetière. Add 1 cup of boiling water. Allow to infuse for 5-10 minutes. Drink 1-3 cups per day.