Fairhaven Health Fertili Tea for Women 16 Tea Bags 24.8 g 0.87 ozMV2350 MV2350
A Tea for Preconception
- Doctor designed to support overall reproductive health
- Complete spectrum of fertility-enhancing ingredients
- Only organic & wildcrafted herbal ingredients
- Delicious mint flavor!
All-natural herbal tea to support reproductive health & optimize your chances of conceiving
Designed by Amos Grunebaum, MD, an international recognized fertility expert, fertilitea is the only herbal tea that offers a complete spectrum of fertility-enhancing ingredients
Chasteberry (vitex): Stimulates the hormones involved with ovulation and helps restore female hormone balance.
Red Raspberry Leaf: A potent fertility-promoting herb and a highly nutritive ingredient
Green Tea: A powerful antioxidant to promote reproductive health
Ladies Mantle: Helps regulate the monthly cycle and tone the cervix.
Nettle Leaf: Rich in vitamins and minerals that are critical to good reproductive health.
Peppermint Leaf: Gives a delicious flavor…and serves a sexual stimulant!
Preparation: For best infusion, pour 8 oz. of boiling water over 1 tea bag and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Gently squeeze the tea bag to fully release the active ingredients. Drink 1-3 cups per day and enjoy! FetiliTea can be safely taken together with FertilAid for women.
Important: Vitex is not generally recommended during pregnancy. As such, we recommend that you do not drink FertiliTea once pregnancy has been achieved as indicated by a positive pregnancy test or a doctor’s visit.
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