• Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy
  • Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy
  • Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy
  • Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy
  • Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy
  • Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy

Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy

$ 22.99

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Stay cramp free this menstrual cycle with our Nettle Leaf tea

Cut & Sifted Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica) Nettle, or stinging nettle, plants are found throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. Nettle leaves are rich in iron, calcium and other nutrients. Being one of the first plants to appear in spring, nettle leaves are commonly used to make green, hay tasting teas, tonics and seasonings.


Our Nettle Leaf comes packaged in the highest quality stand up pouch bags. The bags are made with a resealable zipper, 5-layer structure with foil lining, rounded corners, and a tear notch for easy opening.

To steep a hot tea. Add 1 teabag of nettle leaves per 8-12 oz of hot water. Add organic lemon and honey for taste if required.

Teatox Life products are sourced and packed directly from US suppliers who in turn source best quality ingredients from across the world.  


Ingredients: Nettle Leaf (30 Tea Bags)


Main functions of our Fertility Tea 

  1. Helping in the reduction of menstrual cramps
  2. Aiding in the detoxification of excess hormones
  3. Properly regulating the menstrual cycle
  4. Effectively relieving PMS symptoms
  5. Restoring healthy body balance
  6. Made in USA free from fillers or artifical ingredients
  7. Multiple uses in a single cup

How to make our herbal fertility tea?



Facts about PCoS and Fertility in women

What is PCOS

With its effect mostly seen on 5-10% of women who are of productive age, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a very common disorder which most women on the search for answers to their infertility issues first come across. A number of factors are thought to be linked to the cause of PCOS such as genetic traits in families, and several environmental factors such as one’s daily diet. 


Symptoms of PCOS in Women

Women with PCOS generally have three characteristic symptoms, and are properly diagnosed with the syndrome if they exhibit at least two of those three symptoms which are:

1)    Irregular periods.

2)    Excess androgens which are either discovered in the blood or found through other symptoms such as acne or excess hair growth.

3)    Polycystic ovaries which are seen on ultrasound.


Women with PCOS usually experience irregular periods. This sees them skip months of getting periods, and may end up having less than 7 periods annually. Infertility issues are also associated with irregular menses, and women with PCOS normally experience very increased rates of miscarriage whenever they get pregnant.


Acne or oily skin is another common symptom of PCOS. It is mainly a condition that occurs due to the relatively higher levels of testosterone circulating in the bloodstream, and they might surface over the chest or over the back and chest. These higher levels of circulating testosterone can also cause facial hair on the chin or upper lip or excess hair growth on the hair and abdomen. Due to hormone imbalances seen in PCOS cases, a type of hair thinning which occurs at the front of the scalp may also appear.


Polycystic ovaries are another very common feature of PCOS cases and can be seen on a trans-vaginal ultrasound. The fact that ovaries are a constituent of ovarian follicles that each contains an egg rather than cysts makes this a very unusual condition. Therefore the ovaries of women with PCOS may contain many small follicles that would not go on to properly ovulate an egg each month. Because the ovaries do not grow to properly ovulate an egg each month, women with PCOS may also experience difficulty getting pregnant.

Nettle Leaf Tea for Pregnancy

$ 22.99