- Best Pure Spearmint Leaves Herb, Organic; Caffeine Free
- Spearmint tea is supposed to help lower testosterone levels and help women with PCOS who battle with facial hair and hormonal acne. It helps you get a clear, healthy skin. It may also control your appetite and prevents overeating.
- How to Brew: 1 tsp|6fl oz filtered O2 rich water|90C-95C|steep 7min|milk and sugar not recommended|feel free to add a dash of honey |recommended number of steep -1 | drink 3 cups of strongly brewed spearmint tea a day for around 6 weeks to manage PCOS. You can store tea upto 12 months in a Dry, Cool place, away from direct sunlight
- The Tea Trove For Her PCOD PCOS Tea blend is a Probiotic ayurvedic blend of Vitex or Chaste tree berry, licorice, spearmint, Gymnema, Ashwagandha, Giloy and Bacillus Coagulans Unique-IS2 “friendly bacteria,”
- Chaste tree berry, licorice and spearmint helps balance hormone levels, which is very helpful in improving most PCOS symptoms, including amenorrhea, infertility, acne, and unwanted facial hair.
- Gymnema in our PCOS PCOD tea blend treats insulin resistance also known as metabolic syndrome, which presents itself through weight gain and high blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol.
- Ashwagandha and Giloy are adaptogenic herbs in our blend for managing stress levels, regulating hormone prolactin levels and androgen synthesis. Milk Thistle help nurture a healthy liver — an organ crucial to the breaking down of excess hormones. Each serving of our blend also contains 1 Billion CFUs of heat-resistant Bacillus Coagulans Unique-IS2 “friendly bacteria,” which help with your digestion, gut health, reduce inflammation and regulate sex hormones like androgen and estrogen.
- You might notice improvement as early as a month or two, but since this is shifting your whole hormonal balance and acting on the liver and adrenals and ovarian function, you should give our PCOS drink six-month game plan along with low-carbohydrate diet and regular and moderate exercise. Discontinue use once pregnancy is confirmed with blood or urine test.