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Motherhood and Lactation Tea

She is a mother. She is vulnerable (just hurt her child, and you’ll see) and she is strong (just hurt her child, and you’ll see). She has been elevated (she is Mom) and she has been demeaned (she is just a mom). She is full (loving a child so completely will do that to you) and she is empty (loving a child so completely will do that to you). Who says she can’t have it all? She has everything. ——- Sharon Holbrook

A bond beyond explanation and difficult to be explained in words. What does the word “motherhood” mean? A question probably no one can give the right answer to. It is an individual journey and experience. Though “miraculous ” is one word that can be said closest to its meaning.

The most beautiful phase of a woman’s life is to bring a life into this world. And then starts the after journey. A woman’s body is naturally designed to lactate, once she becomes pregnant and delivers the baby. Mother’s milk is the most nutritious for the baby, that’s how the baby develops its immune system and grows stronger each day.

It is important that a new mother takes care of herself post-delivery and specifically her food intake. Her food should be nutritious and help keep her stress-free. One such important intake for a nursing mother should be her fluid intake that supports her lactation process. Herbal, caffeine free teas can help keep her hydrated and at the same time aid in the lactation process. 

At Exalté Tea, we are proud to launch the Lactation Tea, specifically meant to be consumed by Lactating mothers.

What is it?

Lactation Tea is a blend of several herbs which can be consumed in the form of tea several times a day. It is specifically meant for the postpartum period as it helps in increasing the supply of milk in the mother’s breast.

What herbs can we expect in the Tea?

The herbs to be found in the Tea are Nettle, Camomile, Fenugreek, Moringa, Fennel, Shatavari, Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Turmeric and Licorice.


Nettle acts as an excellent blood purifier and extremely high in vitamin C. Being delicious, it acts as an excellent relaxant.


Camomile has properties that can help release inflammation, flatulence and spasms in the body and protect against any bacterial attack. It also helps promote good sleep which is a must for lactating mothers.


It is one of the most popular herbal remedies to produce breast milk. It is known as a stimulant of sweat production and mammary glands are modified sweat glands.


It is known for its nutritional content and is highly recommended for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.


Fennel is a rich source of Vitamin C and thus a critical ingredient in boosting the immune system, tissue repair and collagen synthesis.


It’s considered as one of the best intakes in taking care of women’s reproductive health throughout life. It helps promote the production of breast milk and supports boosting the overall immune system.


For eons of time, ginger is known for its antioxidants properties and acting as the best stress buster. It protects the body’s DNA from damage and fights against high blood pressure, heart diseases, and supports healthy aging.


Being rich in vitamins and minerals, it is also known for having great fiber content. A must recommendation for lactating mothers as it is low in carbohydrates and calories.


Cinnamon is known for its qualities to regulate digestion-related issues. Lactating mothers mostly face a lot of digestion issues post-delivery and hence a natural ingredient like cinnamon helps sooth their digestive system.


Known for its antioxidant content and damage control in withering away of cells, it’s a must in every Tea that boost the immune system. 


It is said to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-viral properties.

NOTE : As a nursing mother, you must always consult your physician before taking any herbal product.

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