~ YOUR TEA - Fertility Tea ~
I have to start this out by being completely honest, I have always known about hormones, but I was previously unaware of what exactly hormones are and what can be considered an imbalance. Hormones are your body’s chemical messengers. They travel in your bloodstream to tissues or organs to help them perform at their peak. They work slowly, and over time they can affect many different processes, including growth/development, metabolism, moods, and reproduction (just to mention a few of the most common processes that are disrupted). When this delicate balance is disturbed, the list of potential conditions and diseases associated directly to hormonal imbalance is staggering, and quite frankly its pretty scary. When I first heard about Your Tea's Fertility Tea blend, I was solely thinking that this was specifically made for women that are struggling to conceive, and felt this may not be the right tea for me. But when I looked into the details of the Tradition Chinese Medicinal Herbs that are used, I learned that this Fertility Tea is all about balanced hormones, which extends its benefits far beyond pregnancy. I have battled with hypothyroidism on and off for years, and once I learned that these herbs can bring harmony to this constant struggle, I had to give them a try.
I ordered 2 boxes of Fertility Tea from Your Tea and their Glass Tumbler, which has a super sleek look with a bamboo lid. I have been drinking this tea two or three times a day and have already felt a shift in my digestion. I feel like my metabolism has been functioning at a healthier rate, which has actually helped with my sleeping patterns. I don't know about you, but when I am overtired, I struggle maintaining my positive mood and energy throughout the entire day. The best part, its so easy to drink the Fertility Tea because it tastes amazing! If you haven't heard of this tea, you really have to give it a go and see the results for yourself!
Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herbs used in the Fertility Tea:
Camellia Sinensis (green tea), Bohe chat (corn mint), Pu Gong Ying (Taraxacum), Gou Qi (Chinese Wolfberry)