Love your Menopause Golden Goddess Tea

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Love your Menopause Golden Goddess Tea

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For women 40 years and beyond

This exotic herbal tea is made with 100% organic ingredients that aid in the balancing of female hormones, supporting an all-round happier, healthier and more peaceful perimenopausal and menopausal experience.

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About the Ingredients

Red clover flowering tops, a traditional herb used to aid in the balancing of female hormones, whilst supporting cardiovascular health and strong bones. Supports healthy skin, slowing down signs of ageing and skin inflammation.

Shatavari, Is renowned in Ayurveda for her affinity with the female reproductive system. Discouraging hot flushes and night sweats. May aid in a healthier libido and the moistening of the reproductive system including the mucous membranes of the vagina. In India this herbs nick named “she with a hundred husbands”

Spearmint, provides a yummy lift to the taste buds whilst supporting digestion and I’ve read reports of spearmint discouraging facial hair in women.

Liquorice, gives this tea its yummy sweetness. Liquorice is an amazing herb when it comes to hormonal balance she is one of my favourites, supporting overall vitality and balance during female hormonal change.

Lavender, supports healthy sleep and relaxation. During times of hormonal change lavender may reduce symptoms such as hot flashes, headaches and heart palpitation.

Ginger, supports healthy digestion and encourages stronger immunity.

Calendula, harnesses the suns energy into her bright yellow and orange flowers. It’s believed she contains anti-inflammatory properties which improve ageing skin.

Rose, may relieve insomnia, depression and fatigue whilst reports suggest rose invigorates sexual desire.

This tea is not recommended for women with existing very high blood pressure.

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How to Brew Your tea?

I personally like my tea strong in flavour, I use 1 generous teaspoon of herbs per cup and allow it to brew for a good 10 minutes. For those who like a gentle flavoured tea, brew only 5 minutes. You can brew your tea herbs twice as the majority of the herbs in my teas are Australian grown which provides a far superior herbal tea which is why the tea is still delicious on the second brew.

The longer brewing time allows the herbs to release their full flavour and beneficial value. For the most therapeutic benefit brew your tea over night which allows 8 hours for the herbs to release all their goodness.

Another fun way to brew tea is “sun brewing”. A gentle process protecting the vitamin and mineral content of the herbs. Place ¼ cup of herbs in a litre jar, cover the herbs with water and give them a good shake. Cover the jar with a dark cloth and leave the brew in the sun for the day.

Drink daily 1-4 cups or as desired.

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Why I created Love your Menopause Golden Goddess Tea?

Are you ready for a positive experience during your time of hormonal change? Did you know most women start experiencing this change in their early 40s. For many women the change is subtle at first, a missed period here and there. Other women may notice their periods get heavier after coming a bit later. One thing I noticed in my mid 40s was how I would come to tears so quickly over joyous events or something someone said that was kind. We all experience this change in our own unique ways

We all experience this change in our own unique ways. I created this tea to support myself on my journey. I then served it to friends and they wanted some to take home so I decided to make enough that I could share it with you.

I’VE NOTICED OUR SOCIETY HAS A NEGATIVE VIEW ON MENOPAUSE, HAVE YOU?

Did you know there are many cultures in the world where women earn greater respect in society after menopause?

Their greying hair and wrinkles represent years of life experience which is seen as wisdom to share not to hide. Many of them don’t suffer with the physical and emotional symptoms as we do in western societies, menopause often goes unnoticed.

Why you might say?

Many reasons, but the most basic are these. They aren’t expecting the worst, they are celebrating and embracing the change.

They most often eat simple nourishing diets and are usually quite active.  They have herbal wisdom that’s been passed down through the centuries, from one woman to the next.

I hope my herbal tea not only supports your changing physical needs but also gives you inspiration to seek alternatives and change the paradigm for the future generation of women coming after you.

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Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs on this site are not intended as medical advice. The statements have not been evaluated by any medical authority. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.