13 March, 2009

Pregnancy Tea

For those of you who are carrying life, or are thinking of it, please check out this tea from http://www.bulkherbstore.com/Mamas-Red-Raspberry-Brew. I actually mixed my own up since i had the ingredients left over from the twins but i highly recommend it! A wonderful mixture of vitamins and minerals, along with the uterus strengthening properties of Red Raspberry. I also thought some of my nausea lifted when i started drinking it, which is a good thing in my opinion. For some reason, i'm just not real fond of sitting on the couch, staring off into space for long periods of time trying to convince myself that it's all in my head. Never works. And when i'm done staring i still have 6 children to feed and mother. That job never changes, regardless of my stomach churning and great longing to forget the world for awhile.


  1. I've heard a lot of people say is curbs mild to moderate nausea. I always use it for my monthly time for extra support. I should be taking it now too as labour is getting closer... but I can't seem to find time to shove in yet another supplement into my daily routine!! lol

    and yeah... telling yourself that its "in your head" doesn't make it worse... it just makes you nauseous AND depressed! no good!

  2. eerrr I mean doesn't make it better... (that's what I get for typing while the kids are talking right next to me)

  3. I would definitely say i have mild to moderate nausea, that's probably why i felt a difference.

    I also use a product from Mountain Meadow Herbs called Morning Sickness Balm. That really seems to help also. Again, with severe nausea like you experience, Laura, i doubt it would do alot, but it seems to help me. I also like to sip Pierre water with a squeeze of fresh lime or lemon.


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