If You’re Suffering From Painful Menstrual Cramps, Sip On This
The best teas … period.
Oct. 12, 2022
Dandelions are more than just weeds found in your yard — they can also help
lessen period pain
Dandelion Tea by SuperHerb Teas
is caffeine-free and contains organic ground roasted dandelion root to produce an effective,
Superherb Teas/Republic of Teas
alleviate period cramps
since it’s long been known for its
. It can naturally reduce pain — and tastes good to boot.
FGO’s Ginger Tea Bags
contain 100% raw ginger tea from India that’s naturally harvested from organic farms.
Did you know that matcha can help reduce cramps? It promotes blood flow and also contains L-Theanine, an amino acid that enables your muscles to relax.
Organic Ceremonial Matcha by Jade Leaf Matcha
can help — and you can make it hot or iced.
jade leaf matcha
Studies have found
that peppermint tea can not only help alleviate period pain, but also the duration of the pain.
Twinings Pure Peppermint Herbal Tea
is a solid choice, whether you have it plain, with agave, or with some milk and sugar — it’s as flavorful as it is helpful.
Pukka’s Three Cinnamon Organic Herbal Tea
is not only delicious, and almost naturally sweet, but also good at combatting your cramps. And it’s ethically sourced and made from organic cinnamon from Indonesia, Vietnam, and India, so you know exactly where it’s coming from.
has found that chamomile tea helps reduce inflammation, so it can lessen period-related cramps. Plus, the herb helps you relax, like this
Comforting Chamomile Tea from Yogi Tea
. Bonus: Its soothing effects can
help you sleep
to be effective toward
Organic Fennel Seed Tea by Buddha
is made in Egypt and creates a flavorful cup that doubles as a cramp remedy.
You may know that
is full of health benefits, from aiding with digestion to being rich in antioxidants — but it can help with
Tazo’s Regenerative Organic Zen Green Tea
also contains lemongrass, lemon verbena, and spearmint, too, which add more flavor to each cup.
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