Don't Cramp My Style

Don't Cramp My Style

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Ingredients: Chamomile Flowers, Damiana Leaf, Jasmine Pearls Green Tea, Marshmallow Root, Strawberry Leaf, Raspberry Leaf, Rose Petals, Rosehips, Hibiscus Flowers, Lavender Flowers

Good for: Female health, PMS & cramp relief, aches & pains, relaxation, sex drive

Tastes like: Lavender & chamomile w/ jasmine rolling over your tongue – soft, floral, & juicy

Makes you feel like: Curling up on the couch watching TV on a rainy Sunday.

Parental Advisory: Contains a little bit of caffeine (~1/32 a cup of coffee). Be cautious if you have a severe peanut allergy - hibiscus is intercropped with peanuts, so fragments of peanut shells are occasionally present. As with all other Craft Tea blends this is not recommended for pregnant women.

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After a few years of dating my girlfriend, I realized she was getting cramps on a regular basis – it seemed like every month… My solution? Don’t Cramp My Style!

This blend is for women’s health and pain occasionally felt. It is led by raspberry leaf which works wonders for women by strengthening the uterus. Raspberry leaf is especially helpful with menstrual complaints when combined with hibiscus and rose petals. As far as pain goes, you’ll be in good hands with chamomile, passionflower, and rose hips. However, it’s the jasmine and lavender that give this tea a nice feminine touch by adding a pleasant, floral flavor. I can’t speak from personal experience, but if I was feeling cramped, I would brew this while figuring out what to watch on TV!

Need more arsenal? I recommend the very soothing sage clary essential oil to rub on your tummy!

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