7 Herbal Teas for Maximum Vaginal Health

on October 03, 2022

With the weather cooling down, you may be switching out those iced and frozen drinks for something a little warmer, like coffee or tea. If you’re part of the tea gang, here are a few of the best herbal teas to help maintain a healthy vagina.

This list is not inclusive of all the herbals available that are known to provide amazing vaginal benefits. It’s just a few of our favorites that we think you should give a try!


 Raspberry Leaves

-Have been known to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding and reduce PMS symptoms

-Can help tone and relax the muscles of the uterus, which may help relieve morning sickness and decrease postpartum bleeding and after pains

-May help increase fertility in men and women

-Helps tighten muscles in the pelvic floor

-Helps with getting the womb prepared for childbirth



-Helps boost immune system and increase iron levels

-Helps with after-period recovery to help you get back to feeling like your ‘normal’ self sooner

-Helps decrease menstrual pain



-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 to balance out hormone levels

**Do not use while pregnant, as it may trigger uterine contractions**


Rose Petals

-Can help regulate the menstrual cycle and decrease menstrual pain

-Helps to enhance libido and boost your mood



-Can help balance women’s hormones

-Helps support a healthy sex drive and good energy levels

-Can help support fertility

-May help soothe vaginal tissue that has been damaged


Red Clover

-Very concentrated source of phytoestrogens, which mimics the body’s own estrogen

-May help with hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and night sweats that may occur after a drop in estrogen


Chaste Tree Berry

-Known to be one of the best herbs in supporting a woman’s menstrual cycle

-Helps balance out hormones by aiding the ovaries in the production of healthy levels of estrogen and progesterone


These are just a few, of many, of the botanicals available to try in an herbal tea. Although they are beneficial on their own, combining two or more can make for a delicious and healthy concoction.


*As always, speak with your healthcare provider before adding alternative therapies to your current health regimen, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking prescribed medications.

*This is for educational purposes only.

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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