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A nurturing blend offering nourishing earthy notes with a raspberry aroma and rosy overtones.

Pregnancy, Birth + Post Recovery

OM's Mother Nature Raspberry Tea is an herbal tea made of a nurturing blend offering nourishing earthy notes with a raspberry aroma and rosy overtones. This naturopathic formulation has traditional benefits and plant compounds that are astringent, antispasmodic, calmative, and mineral-rich which may naturally tone the uterus, replete iron, and relax tension to promote a healthy pregnancy, labour and birth, and post-birth recovery.

100% ACO Certified Organic Ingredients:

Raspberry Leaf, Nettle Leaf, Shatavari Root, Rose Petals

Naturally caffeine free.


  • Use 1-2 tsp per cup with boiling water
  • Let the herbs infuse for 5 minutes
  • Strain and keep the steeped herbs for your compost
  • Enjoy


Benefits make take several weeks to accumulate in the body and take effect. Starting in the 3rd trimester around 8 weeks before birth, we suggest drinking 1 cup per day, and gradually increase this to 3 to 4 cups per day. This nutrient-rich herb should be continued for 2 – 12 weeks postnatally to potentially assist with reducing blood loss, toning the uterus back to normal size, supporting the nervous and  immune systems, assisting breast milk production and the many other wonderful associated benefits.


Historically used for support through pregnancy and labour. The blend’s bloomy and herbaceous floral flavour can be safely enjoyed during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy and in the weeks post birth.

One of the main ingredients in our Mother Nature Tea is raspberry leaf.

Rubus Idaeus which has been used traditionally for thousands of years. In the 1940’s it was adopted and now is commonly used by many western medical practitioners as a uterine tonic during pregnancy and to facilitate childbirth.


  • Raspberry leaf is both a parturient and astringent, toning the uterine membranes and strengthening the pelvic floor and uterine muscle tissue which may assist with childbirth. This toning action may increase the contractility of the uterine walls and makes for more effectual contractions during labour 1,2,3 .
  • Raspberry leaf is known to be nutritive to both mother and child, containing a rich assortment of vitamins including vitamin B complex and minerals like calcium, iron and magnesium. 1
  • Continuing to consume tea after labour may help the uterus return back to its normal size, shape and elasticity. 1,3
  • Raspberry leaf also boost the immune system and helps fight infection.
  • The herb is a galactagogue assisting to increase and enrich milk supply after birth. 1
  • Studies have shown that women who take red raspberry leaf have a reduced incidence of birth interventions 6,7. Research has also found that women who drink red raspberry leaf tea regularly towards the end of their pregnancies had a shorten labour with no identified side effects for the women or their babies. The findings also suggest that women who ingest raspberry leaf tea might decrease the likelihood of pre and post-term gestation and may be less likely to receive an artificial rupture of their membranes, or require a caesarean section, forceps or vacuum birth than women who do not consume raspberry leaf.



In addition to raspberry leaf, our Mother Nature Tea also includes nettle leaf (Urtica dioica), shativari root (Asparagus racemose) and rose petals (Rosa centifolia)

  • Nettle leaf is known to be extremely nutritious and has an impressive nutritional composition, most notably for its iron content which is most important during the 3rd trimester. Other nutrients include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium and Sodium. It has a high protein content and has a better amino acid profile than most other leafy vegetables 4.
  • Shatavari is a highly regarded reproductive tonic for women’s health. Asparagus racemose is also the best known Ayurvedic tonic for women after childbirth. This rejuvenating herb has traditionally been used for balancing hormones, and may strengthen and supports the nervous system, help prevent postnatal depression, enhances and enriches milk supply, promote healthy energy levels, and soothes the digestive tract and boost the immune system8.
  • Rose petals have been used in Chinese medicine for more than 4000 years. Rose is especially useful in alleviating insomnia typical in the 3rd trimester, as well as tension and anxiety around childbirth and preventing postnatal depression. Rosa centifolia increases the elasticity and strengths the integrity of vasculature therefore preventing and treating varicosities and fluid retention, soothes the digestive tract in both mother and child and is an effective treatment for urinary tract infections associated with pregnancy8.

    Most women do not experience any side effects from taking raspberry leaf tea, however the following side effects are possible:

    • Nausea
    • Loose stools
    • Increase in Braxton Hicks contractions



    There are no known contraindications for raspberry leaf when used in the third trimester at an appropriate dose. An exception being if previous labour(s) have been really fast, it’s best avoided.

    Store out of direct sunlight below 30°C.
    Not intended to diagnose in any way. For treatment consult a healthcare professional.

    After enjoying your tea, please help us protect the planet and compost your steeped herbs.



    1 Berger, Judith. Herbal Rituals. New York: St. Martins Griffin Press, 1998.
    2 Tilgner, Sharol ND. Herbal Medicine From the Heart of the Earth. Wise Acres Press, INC, 1999
    3 Rosemary, Gladstar Family Herbal: a guide to Living Life with Energy, Health and Vitality Storey Books, North Adams, Massachusetts, 2001.
    4 Hoffmann, David FNIMH, AHG. Medical Herbalism: The Science and practice of Herbal Medicine. Healing Arts Press, 2003
    5 Yarnell, Eric ND, RH Phytochemistry and Pharmacy for Practitioners of Botanical Medicine. Healing Mountain Publishing, Inc., 2004
    6. Burn JH & Withell ER 1941, A principle in raspberry leaves which relaxes uterine muscle. The Lancet, July 5, pp. 1-3.
    7. Parsons M 1999, Raspberry leaf. Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond Newsletter 1(2) pp. 1-2.
    8. McIntyre, Anne The Herbal for Mother and Child. HarperCollins London 2003


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Mother Nature Raspberry Leaf Tea
Mother Nature Raspberry Leaf Tea
Mother Nature Raspberry Leaf Tea