Breast Feeding Loose Leaf Tea
Love Tea organic Breast Feeding Tea is a soft and grounding blend of organic herbs created to naturally support lactation and healthy milk production in breastfeeding mothers.
The blend of organic herbs of fennel, fenugreek and caraway seeds offer therapeutic qualities that have traditionally been used to support healthy lactation and ease digestion for both mother and baby. This gentle and soothing blend offers subtle hints of lemon and fennel, softly balanced with the sweet tones of aniseed.
This blend is caffeine free.
Place a heaped teaspoon (2.5 grams) of tea per cup (250ml) into a teapot or infuser. Add filtered water at 75ºc–85ºc and allow to infuse for 3–5+ minutes. Strain the tea and serve.
Things to Know
Size: 75g Loose Leaf Tea
Ingredients: Certified Organic Fenugreek, Fennel, Lemon Balm, Aniseed, Caraway Seeds
Made in: Australia
Shipping: $13 flat rate shipping. Free shipping on orders over $200
The Story Behind It
Love Tea skillfully crafts, blends and packs each of its products in Australia. They collaborate with growers and small scale cooperatives around the world to fairly source organic ingredients. They thoughtfully design each of their unique products to ensure optimum therapeutic benefit, exceptional flavour and minimal impact on the environment. They are Gingerfinch's favorite tea brand, and we know you'll love them too.
Love Tea was founded in Melbourne in 2006 by Naturopathy students Emma Watson and Damien Amos. Emma wanted to create beautiful products that were beneficial for customers' health and promoted wellbeing. Damien was passionate about organics, working with growing communities directly and looking after the planet.
After experimenting with organic teas, aromatic spices and therapeutic herbs for a number of years, Emma and Damien decided to make their tea obsession a full-time project. By 2012, the range included more than 20 different blends of organic, delicious loose leaf tea.
Love Tea is part of the 1% For the Planet movement, donating 1% of profits to help protect the planet.