Monday, October 27, 2014

Traditional Medicinals Women's Tea Review and {GIVEAWAY}

Happy Monday! In need of some tea to add to your pantry this fall? Thanks to Traditional Medicinals, I've got three boxes to giveaway this week. 

Traditional Medicinals has been a leading provider of wellness and herbal teas for 40 years. Their women's teas use pure, pharmacopoeial herbs. They use certified organic, fair trade, and non-GMO ingredients whenever possible.

You have a chance to pick from three of these women's teas described below.

I chose the first two under Everyday Woman and the "Weightless" one, which I loved the flavor of.

We’ve all been there. Traditional Medicinals’ improved PMS Tea Cinnamon helps support a good mood as well as eases tension and discomfort during that time of month*. In addition, Healthy Cycle helps nurture a healthy menstruation*, so you can get that spring back in your step.
Giving a fresh, sweet-and-spicy flavor to our wildly popular Mother’s Milk tea, Traditional Medicinals Mothers Milk Shatavari Cardamom is an ancient herbal powerhouse of Ayurvedic herbs, providing nurturing support to breastfeeding moms*.
We’re excited to announce our new Cooling Sage tea, a cooling, savory blend of sage and motherwort to help relieve hot flashes associated with menopause*.
While herbal tea has been supporting women for hundreds and even thousands of years, we predict that the wellness tea category will double in size in the next five years. We happen to think Mother Nature celebrates femininity best with ingredients like sage, skullcap, raspberry leaf and nettle.
Additional products for consideration in Traditional Medicinals’ women’s line include WeightlessBack on Tract and Pregnancy teas.

Please follow the guidelines below to enter! Giveaway ends on Friday. 

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Thanks to Traditional Medicinals for providing these boxes for me to review and for this giveaway to my readers.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


  1. I lived on the Mother's Milk tea when I first brought the girls home. That anise flavor is seared into my brain. I'd be curious to try the Weightless tea now, though.

  2. I would choose the cinnamon pms tea, it sounds good and useful.

  3. I think the cranberry sounds very good, so that would be my choice.

  4. Probably the PMS cinnamon tea. I have PCOS and insulin resistance so I think the tea would be helpful

  5. Probably the PMS cinnamon tea. I have PCOS and insulin resistance so I think the tea would be helpful

  6. I am due with my first in Feb... I would get some of the MOM teas and the pregnancy.