Honour your body’s natural rhythm with the power of plants.

Leaning into using plant medicines in the form of tea is a beautiful and nourishing practice that helps you tune in with your hormonal fluctuation throughout the month and cycle sync.

Each blend has a unique combination of herbs to support hormone balance and stress, detoxification, replenish minerals and keep your skin bright and glowy and hydrated.

Yes, drinking herbal tea counts towards your daily water intake!

Our Cycle Balancing Set

4 unique herbal tea blends to sip all through your cycle to balance hormones, reduce stress and support your liver health.

  • Rachel M

    "These blends help me honour my cycles and individuality. It's the healing nourishment that us menstruating folks needed years ago".

  • Alexandra

    "Soulful Tea Blends has truly blown me away with the level of support it provides to my monthly cycle! ... Overall, I have seen a significant reduction in how my body normally responds to stress, especially during my luteal phase."

  • Ashley S

    "Soulful Tea Blends are beautifully formulated for balanced and connected cycles. You can feel the love in every cup!"

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Hi, I'm Ashleigh Norris, Hormone Nutritionist & Plant Enthusiast

I’ve been mixing unique herbal blends for my clients over the years at The Soulful Sprout, and I’ve seen and experienced first hand just how helpful they can be. I wanted to bring this same experience beyond my practice and into your hands – it only made sense I would create my own line of teas. 

These four blends will help you reconnect to your own natural cycle. They are rich in minerals and vitamins to help you live in harmony with your hormones and lower stress in your body.

My hope is for you to enjoy these tea blends, take a moment to slow down, and feel held and infinitely supported.

  • Menstrual Phase

    This is when you get your actual period. If you are not pregnant, estrogen and progesterone levels will drop during this phase. The thickened uterine lining will start shedding along with other unwanted tissues, blood, and mucus. Depending on the person, a normal period may last anywhere from 3 to 7 days. Everyone is different, however, if you are experiencing anything unusual, including unusually long, short, light, heavy, or painful periods, It may be time to see a practitioner for help.
    Light movements are usually the best during this stage. Kundalini yoga, leisurely walks in nature, pilates, Tai Chi, and lots of rest may support your body best.

  • Follicular Phase

    The follicular phase starts on the first day of your period and ends at the start of ovulation. Early in this phase, your hypothalamus sends a message to your pituitary gland to release the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). The FSH’s job is to trigger your ovaries to produce 5 to 20 small follicles with immature eggs. Usually, only one egg matures, however, sometimes two eggs can mature during the same cycle. Any extra follicles get reabsorbed into your body. During the follicular phase, there is an increase in estrogen, and your uterine lining also thickens to prepare your body for a potential pregnancy. The follicular phase lasts for 16 days on average, however, it may depend on the person, and may go anywhere from 11 to 27 days.
    Your hormones are low, and it may affect your stamina. Light cardio, such as light runs, hiking, and flow-based yoga are great ideas.

  • Ovulatory Phase

    Ovulation means that it is the end of the follicular phase. Increased estrogen levels lead to the release of luteinizing hormones (LH) that cause ovulation. Remember the egg maturing during the last phase? During ovulation, your ovary sends this mature egg down your fallopian tube to your uterus. This egg is ready to be fertilized by sperm at this time. Ovulation is critical for pregnancy so tracking your cycle and knowing when ovulation occurs is crucial if you are trying to get pregnant. During ovulation, your basal body temperature rises, and your discharge thickens. Ovulation tends to happen around day 14 if you have a 28-day cycle. However, it may be different if you have a long or short cycle, which makes understanding your cycle important. Ovulation lasts for 12 to 48 hours. Unfertilized eggs die and dissolve afterward.
    This makes it an excellent time for more intense weight training, high-intensity training intervals (HIIT), Tabata workouts, circuit training, group classes, or a spin class.

  • Luteal Phase

    After ovulation, the luteal phase is next. After the follicular phase, the egg turns into a corpus luteum, which releases a lot of progesterone and some estrogen to help a fertilized egg implant. If you get pregnant during ovulation, your body will start producing human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) to allow the corpus luteum to stay healthy and your uterine lining will thicken to support a healthy early pregnancy. HCG is also a hormone that pregnancy tests look for. However, if you don’t get pregnant and the egg doesn’t get fertilized during ovulation, the corpus luteum shrinks and reabsorbs, leading to a decrease in estrogen and progesterone. At this time, your body is getting ready for menstruation (your period), and you may experience symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), including bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, cravings, weight gain, and mood changes. 
    Moderate intensity workouts, such as pilates, power yoga, and lighter levels of strength training may be the best.

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    Zero Waste Packaging

    Using reusable glass jars rather than one-time-use plastic packaging offers an opportunity to reduce waste that would otherwise go to landfills.

  • Certified Organic Ingredients

    Using Certified Organic herbs to ensure our blends offer the best theraputic healing without added toxin and pesticides in many teas on the market.

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