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Bring back the vitality.

Dear Sally,

Painful or difficult menstruation, heavy bleeding, poly cystic ovaries, endometriosis, PMS (including anxiety, depression, irritability, nausea) and menopause. There are many hormonal imbalances that affect a women’s life.
Because every woman has a different experience, I can only select a few to focus on. However, women’s health is an important topic because all these disorders affect every aspect of a woman’s life, her personal interaction with family and children, ability to have children, her work life plus stress and psychological happiness.
Herbal teas have a role to play in helping to balance hormones so scroll down to read how herbal teas can help to restore normal function and restore vitality so you can get on with enjoying life.

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Buy 3 packets of tea and we will give you a FREE 20gm packet of FEMININE BALANCE tea. 

This herbal tea has been formulated to help regulate hormones and ease discomfort with the herbs Chaste berry (also called Vitex) and Dong Quai ( A Chinese herb). The herb Damiana helps to regulate the hormonal system and is considered a natural anti-depressant. The herbs Calendula and Lemon Myrtle may also help with painful periods. This tea may also be helpful for women who are dealing with infertility because of irregular hormones.

Buy 3 Wellness teas and get a FREE 20gm packet of FEMININE BALANCE tea.

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Feminine Balance - Herbal Tea

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Balance the hormones and bring back the vitality

Spending time with customers, I regularly talk with young women who have a range of menstrual issues – Poly Cystic Ovaries (PCO), Endometriosis, Amenorrhoea (missing periods), painful periods and even infertility.

Unfortunately, some of these women’s issues are the result of our modern-day diets, – high consumption of processed foods, sugar and refined carbohydrates, all which can result in malnutrition. Yes, the word malnutrition simply means lacking in nutrients.

Consider this: in cattle, endometriosis is treated as a selenium deficiency. Since a cow can’t give milk without having a baby first, farmers know to ensure their cattle has adequate nutrient supplements in their feed, especially selenium.

Cows are raw food vegetarians who derive their minerals from leafy greens.

Selenium is a vital nutrient because this important trace mineral works closely with Vitamin E which is known to ensure that animals have a healthy uterine lining.

A lack of folate (folic acid) is another related deficiency, and the best source of this is green leafy vegetables. Oral contraceptives, often used to treat endometriosis, dramatically decrease a body’s level of folate.

When I talk to customers about these issues, we discuss diet and I advise them to eliminate as much sugar from their diet as possible or cut it out entirely and take a mineral supplement. Sugar robs the body of vital nutrients. Herbal remedies can replace caffeinated drinks, including soft drinks, which are high in sugar.

So, which herbal teas might help with these issues?

Firstly, FEMININE BALANCE is a good option with Chaste berry & Dong Quai to balance hormones and regulate the menstrual cycle.
Chaste Berry, also referred to as vitex agnus-castus, may enhance fertility and reduce symptoms of PMS.

Dong Quai, which is sometimes known as the “female ginseng”, can help relieve cramps, regulate menstrual cycles and irregular periods and also help relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
I have included Damiana, an herb that helps to regulate the hormonal system and can help maintain healthy sexual function. It is also considered to be a natural anti-depressant so it can help support healthy emotional balance for women who experience mood swings.

The other ingredients, Calendula and Lemon Myrtle are nutrient rich to help with painful periods.

Calendula can be helpful to treat delayed menstruation and I selected it for both its healing benefits and also as an anti-fungal herb. 

Lemon Myrtle, which gives this herbal tea blend a fresh aroma, is undoubtedly one of the most popular Australian native herbs. It can boost the antioxidant activity of this blend with its high vitamin C content.

And because endometriosis is an issue with the uterine lining, RASPBERRY LEAF tea is a good option too. RASPBERRY leaf is rich in magnesium and has a long tradition in herbal medicine for uterine conditions as it tones the uterine ligaments in pregnant women. (See our Single Herbs for this herb.)

Candida Albicans has a significant role in the cause of both PCO and endometriosis, so cutting our sugar is vital. (Sugar “feeds” the candida). Incorporating our CANDIDA tea, with its anti-fungal herbs, is also a good option to help address the underlying cause of PCO and endometriosis. To find out more about Candida Albicans, go to my Blogs.

Feminine Balance - Herbal Tea

$17.50

Raspberry Leaf - Herbal Tea

$17.50

Candida - Herbal Tea

$17.50

Next issue – Menopause – it’s more than a hot flush.

HTA2

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