5 Herbs That Should Be In Your Intimate Wellness Routine

on March 14, 2023

Feminine wellness teas are herbal teas made with ingredients believed to help support women’s hormonal health and overall reproductive wellness. Five herbs you should be including in your feminine wellness routine include:

Raspberry leaves

-May ease symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (cramping, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea)

-Believed to help strengthen the uterus, improve labor outcome, and prevent excessive bleeding after childbirth

-May help shorten labor and may help reduce the use of birthing interventions, such as forceps

-Helps curb heavy menstrual bleeding

-Helps increase flow of breast milk

-Eases PMS symptoms

-Tightens pelvic muscles

-Provides nutrition for pregnancy

-Helps tone and relax uterine muscles to relieve morning sickness, prevent miscarriage, reduce postpartum bleeding and after-pains



-Helps with menstrual pain

-Potent source of vitamin C and iron

-Helps boost immune system and iron levels in the blood

-Helps you recover after your period and feel ‘normal’ faster



-May help flush harmful bacteria from the urinary tract, which reduces your risk of UTIs

-Packed full of vitamins and minerals that are important for healthy menstruation and nursing (vitamins A, C, E, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, folate, and B vitamins)

-Helps ease menstrual cramps

-Helps to balance out hormones

**Do not use while pregnant, as it may trigger uterine contractions. Check with your healthcare provider!**



-Used for heavy menstrual bleeding

-Helps enhance libido

-Can help lift the mood



-Helps relieve indigestion, abdominal pain, cramps

-Helps relieve morning sickness during pregnancy

-Helps relieve menstrual pain


Of all the things you’re doing to help improve your intimate wellness, adding these herbal teas can work wonders for your feminine health… especially if you’re still in your childbearing years and having issues with heavy bleeding or bad cramps. Our 'Her Feminine Energy' Wellness Tea includes these herbs plus a few others known to help support a healthy reproductive system. 


**Disclaimer: Although these herbs are generally considered safe, it's definitely a good idea to speak with your healthcare provider before adding any new herbal products or supplements to your health routine, especially if you have any underlying health conditions, are taking medications, are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to become pregnant.**

Brooklyn is a Post-Partum/Mother-Baby and Pediatric Registered Nurse, turned stay-at-home mom, who is making it her mission to keep women informed on how their individual bodies work, so that they can be their own feminine health advocate when something is 'off' for them. All bodies are different, and women need to know that what's normal for others may not be normal for them, and vice versa. She has personally battled with vaginal and vulva dryness, medication-induced menopause, postpartum depression, and dyspareunia (painful with sex), and has gone through multiple treatments, medications, and even surgery to find relief. It started in her mid-20's which made talking to friends and family difficult, since they couldn't relate. She is focused on helping women find relief, self-advocate while navigating the healthcare system, and stop them from suffering in silence.




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