Windy Woes - Digestive Herbal Tea
Ah, the bellies of babes. Sometimes they rumble, squirm, cramp and bloat.
Sometimes they are just a mystery.
Take it from a naturopath who once mothered a windy baby for months: I get it.
The herbs in Windy Woes go straight to the source, soothing the storm.
Windy Woes Tea is:
✔️ Formulated by a Naturopath and Doula of 22 years
✔️ Contains 100% certified organic, non-irradiated herbs
✔️ Breastfeeding safe
✔️ Safe for baby
✔️ Free from caffeine and gluten
✔️ Free from fillers and preservatives
✔️ Handcrafted in small batch production
✔️ Packaged in recycled and fully biodegradable material
What is it?
This is a Naturopath formulated tea containing digestive herbs to help soothe and settle the unseen storm.
These herbs help bring up wind, ease colic, cramps, bloating and any tummy woes making life uncomfortable for all.
The actions of the herbs in this blend are:
What's in it and why?
Ingredients: Organic Matricaria recutita (Chamomile) Flower, Organic Anethum graveolens (Dill) Seed, Organic Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel) Seed, Organic Cinnamomum verum (Cinnamon) Bark, Organic Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm) Leaf
Chamomile: A renowned herb for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties. An excellent, gentle relaxant that is safe for use in babies needing the relaxant effects or for any digestive discomfort.
Dill: Another excellent herb for any flatulence or wind. A wonderful herb of choice for tummy woes in babies and children.
Fennel: Contains calming and antispasmodic properties specific to digestion. An excellent stomach and intestinal remedy that relieves wind and colic, whilst stimulating the appetite and digestion.
Cinnamon: A complementary addition to this blend due to its carminative properties. Helps relieve nausea and unsettled tummies.
Lemon Balm: A wonderful calming herb to both the nervous and digestive systems. A sweet-tasting lemon-minty herb.
How to use
This tea can be taken by the breastfeeding mother and/or given directly to baby.
Comes with specific dosage instructions for birth to 5 years.
One serving is 1 heaped teaspoon.
100gm = 40 serves
200gm = 80 serves
- Get Windy Woes in the Happy Baby Bundle
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