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Nursing Blend

Nursing Blend

Filed under... Tea

Ingredients & Potential Benefits (Resources below)

  • Red Raspberry Leaf (Organic): Nausea—Childbirth—Labor Pains—Prevent Miscarriage—Childbirth After-pains—Pregnancy—Decrease Menstrual Flow—Nursing—Strengthen & Tone Uterus—Teething Pain
  • Fennel: Normalize Appetite—Digestion—Flatulence—Stomach Acid—Colic—Milk Production
  • Nettle: High Blood Pressure—Internal Bleeding—Heavy Bleeding (Menorrhagia)—Anemia—Kidney Stones—Osteoporosis
  • Fenugreek Seed (Not for Pregnancy): Allergies—Digestion—Flatulence—Intestinal Inflammation—Headache—Mucous Membranes
  • Dandelion: Anemia—Blood Purifier—Lower Blood Pressure—Jaundice—Liver Cleanser—Weight Loss
  • Blessed Thistle: Nursing (Enrich and Increase Milk)—Circulation—Balance Hormones
  • Bilberry: Night Vision—Bruising—Capillary Fragility—Varicose Veins—Poor Circulation

How do I make Loose Herb Tea?

  • Add 2/3 c of the premixed herbs to 16 c (1 gal) of water. This makes a strong tea. You can use less of the mix if you find that it is too strong.
  • Bring to a gentle boil and simmer for about 15 min. Strain off herbs and add honey while hot if desired.
  • Store in refrigerator. Drink hot or cold.
  • Adding lemon, cranberry and even orange juice has been said to taste great as well!


Resources/Additional Herb Information

Dr. Christopher Website


Nourishing Traditions

Practical Herbalism

The How to Herb Book

ABC Herbal

Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook

Herbal Antibiotics

Nutritional Herbology