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Product Review: Bundle Organics Tea

Product Review:  Bundle Organics Tea

by Natalie Cassell

A year ago

If you have ever searched the internet for ways to boost milk supply or curb morning sickness, you have probably read a blog post recommending herbal teas. Maybe your first thought was, “Ugh. No thanks. I’m not a tea person. I’ll stick with my delicious highly caffeinated coffee.” For a long time, that was me. I thought I hated tea. I was convinced all herbal teas were either bitter and overwhelming or bland and boring.

However, pregnancy symptoms and motherhood worries have a way of convincing you to try anything. After struggling to breastfeed my first baby, I was desperate to have a better milk supply with my second, and I am (slightly) embarrassed to say I tried every lactation tea blend I could find. I’m not exaggerating. He is now a year old, and I still have a pantry shelf dedicated to lactation teas I bought while I was pregnant with him. You see, after I started trying them, I found that there were some really great teas out there. But I never quit searching for the perfect tea.

Which brings me to the purpose of this post, Bundle Organics tea. Now that I am pregnant with my third baby, breastfeeding, and contemplating tandem breastfeeding; boosting my supply and managing pregnancy symptoms is more important than ever. I was excited to try a new tea and Bundle Organics is unlike any I’ve ever tried. Here is why…

The day I received the tea, I was having severe nausea. The first thing I noticed was the beautiful packaging. Then I read the words “help ease nausea” on the side of the Pregnancy Wellness Tea box. Say no more. I busted that box open and made a cup immediately. It was light, sweet, and had a little bit of zing. If you don’t normally like tea, this one is for you. It has a subtle fruity taste, and none of that “earthy” flavor you normally get with herbal tea. It has blueberry, mango, orange peel, and coconut in it. Doesn’t that just make you hungry? Try it without sweetener first, because it is delicious all on it’s own. Best of all, about midway through my cup I noticed my nausea ease a bit. I went ahead and enjoyed several more cups throughout the day and before bed.

The other tea I received was their Lactation Support Tea. I really wasn’t sure I would like this one. Most ginger teas are too overwhelming and “hot” for me, and teas with fenugreek and fennel can leave you feeling like you’ve been chewing on tree bark. However, a good lactation tea will have an earthy flavor that isn’t too strong, and Bundle Organics pulls it off beautifully. It was complex, smooth, and had a fresh hint of lemon. The cardamom and ginger were so light that I might have missed their presence if I hadn’t felt their warmth. On my second cup, I added a teaspoon of honey and found heaven. You might even say perfection. This will be my new go-to tea for lactation. If you are worried about your supply, I encourage you to give this tea a try. I’ve had a lot of success boosting my milk supply using fenugreek in the past. Just make sure you give it a few days to work.

In short, Bundle Organics knows how to balance their teas, which many other tea brands fail to do. Give them a try and don’t be afraid to experiment. Use two bags instead of one. Add a teaspoon of honey. Pour it over ice. I’m enjoying a cup of Pregnancy Wellness Tea that way right now. Now, I just need to get my hands on some Bundle Organics Juices…


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