At A Glance
✓ Natural wellness made for women by women
✓ Advocates hormonal harmony
✓ Organic ingredients
✓ Loosening /soothing
ZERO TOLERCRAMPS FOR PERIOD CRAMPS.
Got cramps knocking you off your feet when it’s that time of the month? We all know it and we all hate it. But, instead of reaching for aspirin, try something more natural and have some faith in herbal-powers! Tansy will give you a nice, soothing belly rub, while ginger warms you inside and out. Raspberry leaves and lady’s mantle complete the team and help balance your lady hormones. So let’s join forces and march the streets with ZERO TOLERCRAMPS for period cramps.
– Lady’s Mantle
– Raspberry Leaves
– Lemon Verbena
How To Use
2 teaspoons per 200ml boiling water, leave to brew 8-12 minutes and strain.
Drink 2-3 cups per day the week before your period. Continue drinking 3-4 cups per day during the first and heaviest days of your period.
The tea can be used for drinking but also in a bath. Run the water at a very hot temperature and scoop a few teaspoons into the bath. This will steep the tea. After the bath fills a quarter to a half of the way, run cold water until you reach a comfortable temperature to bathe.
- Material: Aroma protection bag, BPA-Free
- Contains 50g
- Size: 130 x 22.5 x 80 mm
- €19,80/ 100 g
- Made in Germany
Any questions? We are happy to answer them.
How do I drink the tea?
Brew the tea for about 10 minutes before enjoying.
How long should I drink the tea?
Drink two or three cups per day the week before your period and even during your period.
When is the best time to drink this tea?
This is intended as a long term regime but tends to facilitate an immediate craving satiation.
May I drink the tea throughout the day?
Of course! It is recommended to drink the tea in the morning because it is often the easiest time to implement a beverage regime. Though, feel free to brew a cup later in the afternoon or even at night before bed. It is recommended to always brew and enjoy your tea fresh for the best results.
Are you allowed to drink the teas cold?
I personally love my tea cold, but, to reap the benefits, you should enjoy this tea warm.
These products are intended to support general well being and are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure any condition or disease. If conditions persist, please seek advice from your medical doctor.