This herb has been traditionally used in the last trimester of pregnancy to prepare the body for childbirth, toning the uterine and abdominal muscles and reducing the chances of haemorrhage, making for an easier, less painful delivery. Post-labour it helps the uterus get back into shape as well as promote breast milk production.
One of the most nutritive herbs on the planet. It is high in minerals especially iron, calcium, zinc, selenium, magnesium, potassium and other trace minerals. It also contains many vitamins including vitamin A and C and is also high in protein, chlorophyll and amino acids. It will help keep you and your baby super nourished!
High in vitamins A, C and K plus flavonoids, it is a powerful anti-inflammatory.- great for collagen and skin (perfect for that pregnancy glow!). Vitamins C also aids iron absorption so works well combined with high iron-rich herbs such as nettle.
A wonderful tasting herb this helps to ease an upset tummy and reducing bloating and flatulence. If you suffer heartburn it is best to avoid too much peppermint.