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Get Up & Glow Maple Iced Tea Mocktail recipe in a glass with a lime wedge

Get Up & Glow Maple Iced Tea Mocktail Recipe

13 days ago
An extremely simple recipe to make a deliciously refreshing maple iced tea with our Get Up & Glow fruit tea.
HotTea Mama Get Up & Glow Fizz mocktail ingredients - Get Up & Glow Pregnancy Tea, soda water, lime, brown sugar and ice

Get Up & Glow Fizz Mocktail Recipe

13 days ago
An alternative to Kir Royale for anyone who can't drink.  Simple to make and delicious to drink.
Benefits o Herbal Tea to Wellbeing

The Benefits Of Tea To Our Wellbeing

November 23 2021
Stress, anxiety and sleep (or a lack of it) can play havoc with our hormones and mental health.  ...
Support your body through pregnancy with tea for each trimester

Key Ways Tea Can Support You From The 1st - 4th Trimester of Pregnancy

October 26 2021
Bethan sat down with the wonderful Shermaine who is a nursery specialist to answer all her questi...
BREASTFEEDING TIPS

BREASTFEEDING TIPS

July 27 2021
Whilst breastfeeding can be hard, and there is no secret solution to success, there are some top tips that can support you and your body.
WHEN TO DRINK OUR MILK’S UP TEA

WHEN TO DRINK OUR MILK’S UP TEA

July 20 2021
Our Milk’s Up breastfeeding tea can be drunk at any stage of motherhood, but there’s a sweet spot that we’d recommend…and it is actually when you’re pregnant!
Which HotTea Mama tea do I need in which trimester?

Which Tea Do I Need In Which Trimester?

September 19 2020
If you're wondering which of our teas are best suited to you, you can use this trimester by trimester guide to find your perfect tea match!
Pregnant woman enjoying a cup of The Final Push raspberry leaf tea as part of her birth preparation through pregnancy

Raspberry Leaf Tea & Birth Preparation

February 15 2020
You may read online that you can drink Raspberry Leaf tea to bring on labour if you're over due.  This is unfortunately not proven to be true at all, but there are some research studies that show that if you drink it from 32 weeks on, you can statistically have a shorter second stage of labour, and less interventions during birth.