For as long as I can remember...

I’ve loved the magical world of plants

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I became interested in Herbology at the age of 14 when my mum started having health issues due to hormonal changes. My self motivated study and herbal recommendations made such a difference to my mothers life and her some of her friends I became very motivated to keep studying. Since then I have spent a large part of my adult life growing many different herb and flower species and exploring their different medicinal uses.

It’s been thirty years since I’ve taken any antibiotics or prescription medication.  I focus on a life of prevention rather than cure. Eating nutritious foods, drinking good water and doing moderate exercise whilst supplementing my health with therapeutic herbs.

 I was inspired to create these specific tea varieties to offer women support during some of the most significant phases of life that we go through. As a doula I wanted to supplement the health of my clients so I thought what better way than make the teas myself.

All of the herbs I use are organically grown and I use Australian grown herbs where possible, which is why my teas are not only therapeutic but taste great too.

My teas are hand packed in small batches to maintain a quality product. All of my blends have been checked for safety and therapeutic value by Naturopathic and Ayurvedic practitioners.

If you have any health concerns, please check with your health care professional before using any herbal product.

Flourish Mums and Bubs herbal tea range has been somewhat of a community project. The illustrations have been created by Clair who I supported as her birth doula a year ago. It’s taken Clair and I nine months to finish the project due partially to Clair having a baby in arms and me perfecting things along the way.

Thank you so much for all your patience and care




The upmost effort is done during the hand packaging of my teas to remove any foreign items that may have come with the bulk herb packaging. I apologise ahead of time if you find something that has slipped its way through.