A tea specifically designed for breastfeeding mothers with colic or windy babies.
This delicious blend of herbs helps to calm baby's tummy and help with digestion. Australia's first and best Colic Tea!
The effect on each mother and baby is different, most customers report a change in baby on day 2 – 3 of drinking the tea. In a recent survey, 90% of Mothers saw an improvement in their baby within a few days.
Suitable to be drunk by breastfeeding mothers, from birth
We suggest pairing this tea with the Qiara Infant Probiotic drops.
Each box contains 20 serves of individual pyramid tea bags.
(no caffeine, added flavours or sugars. Naturally free from gluten, soy and dairy. Doesn't contain fenugreek).
Ingredients include: Aniseed, Caraway, Nettle and Fennel
For help with supporting milk supply - try the breastfeeding tea or lactation tea alongside our well loved & results proven lactation cookies. These teas can be drunk alone or are complimentary together.
*Note: This colic tea can be drunk in conjunction with probiotics or other over the counter colic treatments.
The actions of this herb are carminative and anti-spasmodic and a galactagogue that supports normal lactation. It is used to ease griping, intestinal colic and flatulence (wind). Its major indications for use are for colic, especially in children, indigestion and lack of appetite. It has other health benefits, containing a range of minerals, including iron. It is high in antioxidants and so can reduce inflammation.
Caraway’s actions are carminative, anti-spasmodic and galactagogue. It is a calming herb that is used to ease flatulence and colic, especially in children. Like Aniseed, it can also stimulate the appetite. Great for irritable bowel. It also has beneficial flavonoid antioxidants and a wide range of minerals. The seeds are a storehouse for Vitamins A, E, C and B vitamins
Nettle is often included in a herbal blend because of its long history of use as a ‘tonic’ or strengthening herb, especially after childbirth, and for its iron content. Nettles are a widely applicable plant to use for strengthening and support. It also has traditional use as a galactagogue.
Fennel’s actions are carminative, anti-spasmodic and galactagogue. Its major indications for use are for relieving colic and flatulence, especially in infants, with the added benefit of stimulating digestion and appetite. All parts of the Fennel plant are rich in powerful anti-inflammatory polyphenol antioxidants which benefit health, as well and other important nutrients like Vitamin C, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Manganese.