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Balance Blend - Luteal Phase

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🌼 Introducing Balance Tea: Your Luteal Phase Companion 🌼

Discover Balance Tea, a carefully crafted herbal blend designed to provide the support you need during the luteal phase of your menstrual cycle. This tea is your partner in easing mood swings and alleviating those uncomfortable PMS symptoms, helping you find balance and tranquility.

Why Choose Balance Tea?

A Harmonious Blend: Balance Tea is a symphony of six powerful herbs, each chosen for its unique properties that work together to support your body during the luteal phase. This blend aims to make this phase of your cycle more comfortable and emotionally stable.

🍃 Certified Organic and Caffeine-Free: We take pride in offering only the best. Balance Tea is certified organic and completely caffeine-free, ensuring you receive a high-quality, natural product that's easy to prepare and enjoy, whether you prefer it hot or cold.

What's Inside Your Cup?

Balance Tea's carefully selected ingredients include:

🌾 Oatstraw: Rich in B vitamins and the amino acid tryptophan, oatstraw nourishes the nervous system and eases the burdens of anxiety, preparing your body for a night of peaceful rest. Plus, it's celiac-friendly and gluten-free, ensuring your peace of mind.

🍃 Lemon Balm: This refreshing herb acts as your guardian angel for the nervous system, elevating your mood, enhancing cognitive function, and becoming your trusted companion for achieving that calm during PMS or luteal phase sleep changes.

🍒 Vitex aka Chastetree berries: These adaptogenic berries are known to balance hormones and alleviate PMS symptoms. Vitex helps with a variety of menstrual symptoms. It can help to reduce pain associated with cramping, severe PMS symptoms, irregular periods, absence of periods, heavy bleeding, fertility issues, and other issues resulting from high levels of estrogen or low progesterone.

🌿 Peppermint: A natural remedy for indigestion, peppermint can help relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and ease bloating.

🌼 Chamomile: Renowned for its calming properties, chamomile can help digestive upset, and has anti-spasmodic properties allowing it to relieve painful cramps and bloating in the luteal phase. Chamomile helps modulate the actions of dopamine and serotonin, helping to offset or at least reduce the impact of depressive symptoms and PMS. 

🌹 Rose Petals: Offering soothing, anti-inflammatory effects to help you find calm during this cycle phase. 

The Power of Balance:

Together, these herbs come to promote ease and nervous system balance, aid in digestion, reduce inflammation, and support progesterone production. This blend is expertly crafted to be your luteal phase companion, providing the support and relief you seek.

How to Enjoy Balance:

Preparing Balance Tea is a simple and comforting ritual. Just add the blend to hot water, steep, and savour the tranquillity it brings.

If you're searching for a natural way to support your body during the luteal phase of your cycle, Balance organic herbal tea, with its powerful blend of oat straw, lemon balm, vitex berries, rose petals, peppermint, and chamomile, may be just what you need.

Experience balance and serenity with Balance Tea.

Ingredients

oat straw, lemon balm, vitex berries, rose petals, peppermint, chamomile

How it supports you

Sip this blend following ovulation until the first day of your bleed. To get the most benefits drink 1-3 cups daily during this phase.

Brewing Tips

Add 1.5 tsp to 1 cup of hot water, & let steep for 6-8 minutes, best covered.

You can enjoy 1-3 cups daily anytime.

+ Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by Health Canada. It does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. Please contact your healthcare practitioner if you are taking any medications, pregnant or breastfeeding.