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Anyone still drinking rrl tea?

post #1 of 5
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I made ice nutritional tea (it has rrl, nettle, oatstraw, etc.). It was so yummy. I'm assuming that a toned uterus is good- pregnant or not.
post #2 of 5
i'm still drinking my NORA tea (nettles oatstraw RRL alfalfa), though not a quart a day religiously like i was when pregnant. probably more like 2 quarts a week. i like it iced with a little raw sugar in it. i make it by the quart and then keep it in the fridge to drink from when i think about it.

RRL has loads of vitamins and minerals - potassium, calcium, magnesium, & zinc, Vitamin A, B, C & E. it has the highest known herbal source of manganese.

from what i've read RRL is a great overall women's tonic, not just for pregnancy. it's supposed to also help regulate menstrual cycles. and it also is supposed to decrease PMS. not that i expect my fertility to return anytime soon - with #1 it was at 10 months, with #2 at 15 months. but ya never know. especially since this one is letting me sleep 5 hours at a clip at night, which the other two didn't let me do until they were a good bit older.
post #3 of 5
I took RRL capsules while I was pregnant and take them occasionally now. I've suggested to my oldest to take some or make the tea when she has her period to see if it helps.
post #4 of 5
I've been drinking RRL nonstop for about three years now. I've found that it really helps to equalize my hormone swings. Before I started drinking it I had pretty bad PMS and I haven't had it since I started drinking. Besides, now it's just a habit. I brew it by the gallon and drink it every morning.
post #5 of 5
no, i couldn't stomach it during pregnancy this time either.
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