You might be wondering if tea is safe for pregnant women. If the tea contains caffeine, then no. Because of metabolic changes in the bodies, caffeine in pregnant women takes longer to leave their system. Your baby can also be affected by caffeine, which can cause stress hormones to be produced and dehydration.
Tea Trunk has created caffeine-free tea blends for pregnant and new mothers. Our caffeine-free infusions can be used to soothe upset stomachs or promote sleep.
Remembering tea effects can vary, and you should consult your doctor before you start to drink any tea. Our caffeine-free teas should be enjoyed in moderation with no more than 1-2 cups daily.
The Mom to be Bundle contains the ideal teas for expecting mothers. The curation includes samples of Chamomile and Nettle Leaves, Lavender Buds, Chamomile Buds, and a mint-flavored Chamomile. This ensures that mom-to-be is well-rested and well-nourished.
Chamomile & Chamomile Mint tea:
Moms-to-be often struggle to sleep, and it is difficult for new mothers. It is possible to get deeper sleep by drinking Chamomile. This helps reduce stress and anxiety. From the second trimester, Chamomile can be consumed safely.
You will also receive a small sample of Chamomile mint tea. This refreshing flavor can soothe upset stomachs, reduce nausea, and relieve mild headaches.
New moms face a lot of uncertainty and anxiety. Lavender buds are a delicate and soothing way to calm the nerves. Lavender promotes relaxation and stress relief, so it is safe to be consumed during pregnancy. Our 100% natural, Uttarakhand-sourced lavender buds have a flavor intensity that rivals French lavender. It can be used as a massage or soothing drink before bed.
Nettle leaves are rich in folic acid, one of the most vital nutrients for pregnant mothers. Because it can flush out toxins, it will help you feel more energetic and banishes tiredness. Its detox properties allow for better digestion, keeping your stomach from irritations and inflammations. This tea is excellent for new mothers because it increases breast milk production after birth.
Although many teas, including White, Green, and Black teas, have different levels of caffeine, the benefits of herbal and floral teas without caffeine can be an excellent source of relaxation for pregnant women and new mothers. They provide a soothing and relaxing option that promotes well-being and reduces anxiety, particularly in the evenings. However, you must consult your doctor about which teas are best for you and make wise choices before drinking.