Empowering women with a natural routine drink

Tea is a routine lifestyle drink. We, humans, start our day with a cup of tea and also usually begin our hospitality with tea and snacks. Brands are numerous with claims ranging from revitalizing, giving freshness to establishing and strengthening relations. One particularly striking and relatively new market entry is the herbal tea for women health. The segment is rapidly becoming highly competitive with people realizing the significance of woman health and herbal products.
I was not aware of how big the herbal market had grown for lifestyle beverages until I came across a whole big shelf completely overcrowded with all kinds of Ayurveda Herbal Tea products.
Borrowing from the traditional and alternative medicines
People no longer ignore herbal remedies as just folklore. With many of them backed with clinical and scientific evidence over the time, the situation has changed in such a way that people roll over the ‘herbal’ tag. Then we can easily imagine what the public response will be for herbal tea especially produced for the health benefit of women.


We can discuss the most widely used ingredients:

  • Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus): The ‘plant with hundred roots’ can be better called as ‘Woman’s herb’ for you hardly find any women’s health supplement without an extract from Shatavari. The powder from its roots does wonders to promote milk production, fight urinary tract infections, maintain reproductive health and hormonal balance. It is an essential ingredient for a new mother’s speedy recovery to normal health. Beneficial to women of any age for providing rejuvenation, immunity, energy etc, thus giving all-round health care.
  • Cinnamon: Widely used for dealing with menstrual cramps and digestive health, it has proven benefits in reducing insulin resistance in women diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Also recommended for fertility issues like endometriosis, uterine fibroid, heavy menstrual bleeding, and yeast infection.
  • Ginger: Whether as a flavoring ingredient or for its broad spectrum medicinal properties, this spice is equally popular with cuisines and medicinal preparations. Ginger is helpful for over-all well being, pregnancy-associated morning sickness, and menopausal difficulties. With its excellent soothing properties for respiratory mucosa, ginger forms the basis for the remedies of respiratory infections.
  • Cardamom: Another excellent spice for good menstrual and reproductive health.

  • Fennel: Menopause is a time of extreme mental and hormonal changes and many women struggle to overcome them. Fennel helps in managing digestive problems, nausea, and flatulence as well as post-menopausal symptoms.
  • Dandelion: Used as a detoxifying herb, dandelions promote healthy functioning of the urinary system such as the kidneys, and gall bladder.
  • Black pepper: The ‘king of black spices’ is not called so without a valid reason. An integral ingredient for all ayurvedic preparations, it is a strong candidate for weight loss regimen.
  • Liquorice: A very sweet nutritional supplement, liquorice can control fertility problems in women diagnosed with PCOS.
  • Clove: A popular aphrodisiac and hormone balancer.
  • Barley: A good diuretic, barley helps in dissolving gallstones in women and is rich in dietary fibre. It can also aid in weight loss.
  • Sage: Sage has an estrogenic effect, promotes overall health and eases pre-menopausal difficulties and hot flashes.
  • Tulsi: Basil is religiously considered as women’s deity and has the ability to control the hormonal cycle in women.
  • Berries: A favorite fruit family for health drinks; raspberries, cranberries, and blackberries are quite popular for healthy menstruation, reproductive health, pregnancy, skin health and weight loss teas.

A to Z of women’s health
You can either pick a good herbal tea providing all-round revitalization or try any specific functional product which claims to relieve you from that single or multiple problems bothering you. The acting point does not cover a single biological condition, but every aspect of your health. Some of the popular varieties address:

  • Pregnancy
  • Lactation
  • Post-pregnancy recovery
  • Stress relief
  • Pre-menstrual symptoms
  • Menopausal problems
  • Bone health
  • Brain function
  • Digestive health
  • Skin improvement
  • Cell rejuvenation and detoxification
  • Emotional and hormonal balance
  • Weight management
  • Nourishment and mineral supply

Go through the herbal varieties, realize your need and try a reputed and authentic brand. If the results are evident, then you have actually got a truly empowering lifeline.

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