I’ve been blogging a lot about the benefits of spearmint tea and lowering testosterone. I do think it is the reason my ovulation last cycle came so early. At present I am cycle day ten and egg white cervical mucus is showing up already, so fingers crossed we are in for another early one this month!
Anyhow, a lot of people have been asking me where they can buy their own spearmint tea, so I thought I would share with you a little list that I put together for the Spearmint Tea group on Baby and Bump. If anyone wants to join that group, by the way, the link is – http://babyandbump.momtastic.com/ttc-groups/2273879-spearmint-cysters-science.html It’s a lovely little group and we already have our first spearmint baby growing 🙂
These are UK suppliers. For the USA you’ll have to have a google.
Spearmint – – – – These are just Spearmint on its own. Nothing added, nothing taken away 🙂
http://www.theteahouseltd.com/herbal…Blend&m2=100_g Ginger, Lemongrass and Spearmint (Ginger should not be drank in huge amounts while TTC or pregnant)
http://www.t2tea.com/oolong-fresh.html Oolong and Spearmint (Some caffiene)
http://www.t2tea.com/mint-mix.html Mint Mix. Peppermint, Spearmint and lemon
http://www.t2tea.com/ready-set-raspberry.html Raspberry and Spearmint
http://www.t2tea.com/vanilla-mint.html Vanilla and spearmint (I’m ordering some of this. Very excited to try!)
http://www.twinings.co.uk/tea/fruit-…nt-20-tea-bags Camomile and Spearmint
Spearmint and Green Tea
Green tea can contain the same amount of caffeine as regular black tea, so consume in moderation. No more than two cups a day if you’re watching your caffeine.
Disclaimer – I am not affiliated with any of these brands, nor am I being paid to recommend them. I am not a dr, healthcare professional or herbal medicine professional. I can only give my own experience and the experience of those around me. For medical concerns, see your doctor.