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A Better Me Women’s Supplement Tea

A Better Me Women’s Supplement Tea

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"A Better Me"

Women's Daily Supplement Tea

Product Description:
 A Better Me Supplement Tea is a sweet and floral-herbal blend that is excellent for women who want to relieve symptoms of P.M.S. & menopause. Great for painful periods, hot flashes, heavy periods, and delayed/ irregular periods. This blend has motherwort, raspberry leaf, nettle, spearmint, ginger, rose, lemon balm, and lemon peel. 

Product Ingredients:
Motherwort, raspberry leaf, nettle, spearmint, ginger, rose, lemon Balm, and lemon peel. 

*1oz Loose Leaf Tea*


Scoop 1 to 3 tablespoons of dried herbs into a tea strainer placed in your teapot or mug.
Heat water until it just comes to a boil.
Pour hot water over herbs to submerge and cover to help hold any volatile oils.
Steep for 15 minutes to 1 hour and strain.

*Please consult with your doctor if you are on prescribed medication*

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 Motherwort has been used for years in many herbal remedies. This calming and stress-relieving herb regulates your hormones, nervous system, heart, and blood circulation. It is excellent for dysmenorrhea (painful periods), amenorrhea (absence of a period), and postpartum bleeding. Motherwort is rich in flavonoids, terpenoids, and other phenolic acids. 

Raspberry leaf-

 Raspberry leaf tea has many potential benefits for women. This herb is known for relieving the symptoms of painful menstrual cramps, hormones, and menopause. Raspberry leaf tea is rich in vitamin C, which can help with skin elasticity and wound healing. The tannins can help treat digestive problems like diarrhea, a common P.M.S. symptom. 


 Nettle can help with bloating and cramping at the start of a menstrual cycle and can regulate hormonal imbalances that cause irregular periods. Nettle can also help with P.M.S. symptoms like bloating and breast tenderness. Nettle leaf tea has astringent properties that can reduce excessive bleeding during menstruation or after childbirth. Nettle can help prevent menopausal symptoms by processing estrogen and reducing fibroids. It is a diuretic that can help flush out toxins and break down kidney stones.


 Spearmint tea may help reduce masculine hormones, like testosterone, and increase hormones needed for ovulation. It may also help with ovarian cysts and increase the number of viable eggs. It has emmenagogue properties that stimulate the blood supply in the uterus. Spearmint extract contains anti-androgen properties and is said to help reduce male hormone levels that trigger the growth of excess facial hair in women. It may also minimize cramping and bloating. 


 Ginger can help reduce the severity of period-related discomfort, such as menstrual cramps, and increase blood flow. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and can help relieve nausea, bloating, and constipation. Ginger can help reduce blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, and improve blood circulation. It also contains compounds that help prevent the formation of blood clots. 


 Rose petals have been used in herbal remedies for thousands of years to help with period pain and cramps. This anti-inflammatory properties can help relieve P.M.S. symptoms like bloating, cramps, headaches, and nausea. Roses can also help reduce stress and regulate hormones.

Lemon balm-

 Lemon balm may reduce the severity of menstrual cramps and other symptoms. It may reduce inflammation in the stomach lining and treat indigestion. It is also suitable for relieving stress and aniexty.

Lemon peel-

 Lemon peels contain vitamin C and calcium, which can help maintain and improve bone health. This herb contains vitamin C and flavonoids, which can help strengthen the immune system. Lemon peels contain pectin fiber, which can help you lose weight by making you feel full for longer.

The F.D.A. has not evaluated statements regarding dietary supplements and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

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