Womens Health

Womens Health

Drinking tea when pregnant

Some medical professionals advise women to avoid caffeine during pregnancy; others say a couple of cups a day is OK. Always seek advice if you’re not sure. We provide a range of caffeine free teas that are safe during pregnancy and may help ease pregnancy discomforts such as nausea, digestive problems and labour.

Important: always check the product descriptions, as some teas are best used (or avoided) at particular stages of pregnancy.

For more information, please see our blog post Teas and herbs during pregnancy and please contact us for advice for with your specific needs.


Drinking tea when breastfeeding

Drinking excess caffeine can cause problems with baby’s sleep and feeding. We recommend teas which are lower in tannins and caffeine, such as Australian Daintree Tea. In addition, some teas may help with certain aspects of breastfeeding such as improving lactation, easing mastitis, or reducing milk flow when weaning.

For more information, please see our blog post What to drink while breastfeeding.