New Keep it Down Tea from Anna Naturals is unlike any other herbal tea for pregnancy nausea. While ginger is still the active ingredient, this unique formula also contains dried fruits such as pineapple and orange to make it taste worlds better than the alternatives. This container holds 26 individual tea bags for your convenience.
It's called "morning sickness," but most pregnant women wonder why when pregnancy nausea can strike all day long. For women who prefer to avoid prescription drugs for relief of nausea during pregnancy, Keep it Down Tea provides a safe, natural alternative.
Many teas to alleviate pregnancy nausea don't taste great, and some cause women to gag even more because of the overpowering ginger or mint flavors. That's too bad because ginger is known to be a safe and effective way to short-circuit your experience of pregnancy nausea. Determined to make a tea that moms-to-be would actually like to drink for their pregnancy nausea, Anna Naturals Keep it Down Tea contains additional, unique fruits and herbs to mellow out the taste of the organic ginger.
Like all Anna Naturals herbal teas, Keep it Down Tea is sweeter and more delicious than other pregnancy teas with the same active ingredients. Caffeine-free, vegan, gluten-free. Made in the USA with stringent safety standards and ingredient testing to be guaranteed GMO-free, mold-free, bacteria-free and yeast-free.
Recommendations: Drink a cup (or more) as needed to get relief from pregnancy nausea. Ginger contains capsaicin, which registers in your brain as "spicy heat" and interrupts the signal that your brain is getting about the nausea. So drink it for immediate, but not necessarily long-lasting, relief. Tip: adding a touch of honey or agave to this tea may also help to reduce your pregnancy nausea.
What does it taste like? Nice a fruit sweet with a mellow hint of spice.
Ingredients: organic ginger root, organic spearmint, orange peel, lavender, chamomile, hibiscus, cranberries, strawberries, pineapple, cherry extract, strawberry extract, stevia extract