The popularity of the all natural, caffeine free herbal teas
is probably at its peak with the health awareness which people possess today.
However, when you are trying to get pregnant, or are pregnant, there are a
number of things which you have to consider before consuming any product.
Although herbs and natural organic things are best for consumption, there are
certain herbs which might not have good effects on your growing baby.
There are a number of renowned herbal teas available today,
but most do not provide adequate information about the side effects these herbs
have. Although they are made with all natural ingredients and have many
benefits, but when pregnant, it is best to be cautious as you do not want to
consume any harmful ingredients.
A few herbal teas which are considered safe for consumption
during pregnancy in taken in moderation (limited to 2-3 cups a day) include:
- Rose Hip Tea
- Ginger Tea
- Citrus Peel Tea
- Lemon Balm Tea
- Orange Peel Tea
teas which MUST be avoided during pregnancy as they can cause pre term
contractions and birth defect in the baby include:
- Chamomile Tea
- Ginseng Tea
- Red Raspberry Tea
- St. John’s Wart Tea
you are an herbal tea enthusiast, then it is best to consult your doctor and
find out whether they are safe to use for your particular condition. Then you
can easily decide which teas are okay to take and which ones to avoid at all