Teas for Women's Health

Herbal Teas for Women's Health

Herbal teas may help dealing with some of women’s health problems and help maintain a healthy body balance. Some teas have been shown effective results when it comes to assistance in the maintenance of relief of menstrual pains and other cycle related problems, and help with women’s morning sickness.Some may assist with hot flushes, sweats, aches and pains at night. Some have been shown to help maintain a healthy reproductive system:


Menstrual Pain | Morning Sickness

Wintea is made to help relieve winter colds. It has also been shown to help relieve menstrual pains and morning sickness. Guide: 1 - 3 tea bags per use when needed. Caffeine free.  




LaClaire Tea

Skin Health | Mental Clarity

LaClaire tea is a natural cleansing formula that has been shown to assist with skin acne, melasma and blemishes, and help promote healthy skin and radiant glow. The tea may also help to promote a calm mood for women. Guide: 1 cup a day before bed. Caffeine free.





Hot Flash | Body Recovery | Skin Deox

Ni-Tea is a 100% fruit based calming night drink that may help promote quality sleep. It may also assist with hot flashes, sweats, aches and pains at night. It could be combined with Gu-Lan Tea for healthy menopause diet. Guide: 1 cup at night before bed. Caffeine free.




Gu-Lan Tea

 Menopause | Reproductive System

Gu-Lan tea is rich in polysaccharide (LBP). Regular drinking Gu-Lan Tea may help to maintain a healthy reproductive system in women dealing with menopause. Guide: 1 - 2 cups daily throughout the day. Caffeine free. 




iCharge Tea

Mental Clarity | Oily Skin

iCharge tea is a day detox tea which has been shown to help clear free radicals and alleviate body damage caused by using computers, phones, tablets and TV screens. iCharge tea assists in energy and efficiency boosting, and it may also, more or less, help to maintain a healthy reproductive system for women. Guide: 1 - 2 cups daily upon needs.




*Harmoni-T herbal teas and supplements are 100% herbal based. They are not prescription medicines. (disclaimer)