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.
Make iced tea lollies as the perfect way to cool down in the heat
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!
Raspberry leaf tea is amazing but you shouldn't drink it in early pregnancy, or if you have certain conditions. Learn more about why here.
Women are often at risk of anaemia, especially around their period or during pregnancy. There are a few tea tips that can help you get more iron and support your body when you need it most...
Our guest blog is written by the incredible Emma Martin Mindfulness and she is here to remind you that your needs matter too throughout your parenting journey. She shares some wonderful mindful moments that will hopefully create some peace and calm for you in everyday life.
The herbal magic behind our Take A Pause menopause blend, to support your body with hot flushes, anxiety, insomnia and more...
Learn more about the herbs and flowers that can support reducing and easing stress.
It's sometimes easy to be cynical about the importance of mother's day, but the truth is, mums are heroes and kids are often really difficult. So this is the opportunity to make it up to your mum!
It's important not to forget the importance of yourself on Valentines Day. Here are a few tips on how to prioritise yourself on this.
You may have read that peppermint will dry up your milk supply, but it's not actually that simple, or proven. Read more about the evidence on peppermint and breastfeeding here.
How caffeine free teas may be able to support you when you undergo IVF treatment.
There's no guaranteed tea to help you become pregnant, but there are some teas and aspects of tea drinking that might be able to help.
Shedding light on why lemongrass is safe for pregnancy, sharing the most recent research and NHS guidance.
Katie Angotti, a registered nutritionist specialising in maternal and infant health, shares her top tips on how to start your weaning journey with you little one.
Whilst raspberry leaf tea is well known for helping you prepare for labour, it can actually help you recover too. All thanks to its amazing effect on your uterine muscles.
We are so thrilled to announce that we've won, not one, but TWO Silver awards in the Project Baby Awards 2020!
Menopause is ignored, rarely discussed, and often misunderstood. Women need to be able to access accurate information helping them to make decisions about safe reliable treatment - this blog by Teresa Davison aims to give you this.
If you're going through peri menopause and post menopause - there are options of treatment that can help you. Teresa Davison of the
Somerset Menopause Clinic
, shares the different options open to you here.
Peri menopause and menopause are something that all women will go through, with varying degrees of symptoms. This blog is by the amazing Teresa Davison, of
Somerset Menopause Clinic
, to explain more about what peri menopause and post menopause mean.
Learn how to best prepare your baby for the clock change with Nina, from sleep consultancy Goodnight Sleep Coaching.
Making our menopause tea iced, couldn't be simpler (or better at easing hot flushes!)
We hit a bit of a milestone, and are now selling over 1 million tea bags this year!
The Metro has picked our Baby It's Cold Outside Christmas Tea to go on their hot list!
Top tips on how to improve your child's sleep from Karen Miller, certified sleep coach.
Pre and postnatal fitness expert Rosie, from Mamawell writes about the benefits of staying strong and energised through pregnancy.
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!
Can a tea help with post-natal depression and anxiety?
This lactation brownie recipe can help support your milk supply, and is perfect with a cup of
Milk's Up breastfeeding tea!
Cara, founder of the Sleep Method, shares her expert advice on how to help your newborn sleep. Priceless advice!
On a hot sunny day, the best way to enjoy our teas is iced. And it's so easy to do, here are the perfect iced tea instructions...
We don't recommend you start drinking raspberry leaf tea until you're 32 weeks pregnant, and we thought we'd share why!
Iced tea mocktail recipes to help keep you cool in the summer heat.
From hypnobirthing to raspberry lef tea, this blog spells out what you can do to prepare for labour and a positive birth.
During lockdown, we've asked some of our favourite expert mums to put together some advice for yo...
Louise Murray, from
, gives her expert advice on how to use micro self care during lockdown. It can be as simple as having a cup of tea, focussing on your breathing, and immediately feeling more positive and relaxed.