Chamomile tea is generally considered safe to drink during pregnancy - in moderation. Variety i...
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Botanicals can be a great support when breastfeeding and dealing with sleep deprivation in the fourth trimester. Find out more about the ingredients in our teas and how they can help new mums.
Expert advice on how to deal with the clock change when you have children.
Our guest blog has been written by the wonderful Lydia founder of Sleep & Bounds, who set up her infant sleep coach business after she suffered from sleep deprivation for nearly two years. The lack of sleep affected her mood and migraines.
Learn more about the ingredients in our Night Owl tea, and how it can support sleep and relaxation.
How different herbs and flowers can help support your body through pregnancy and when breastfeeding.
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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!
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Our Night Owl tea blend is blended using herbal ingredients that are all natural muscle relaxants. They are caffeine free and safe for pregnancy and if you're breastfeeding. Learn more about the research showing that chamomile, lavender, valerian root, rooibos and lime flowers can help you sleep.