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Met these Lovelies at the last @AtlantaIndieMarket . We will be back April 28th, come find us and drink tea! The two beauties on the end were both wearing their pregnancy so well. We let them know the benefits of drinking tea and how our Wellness and Pregnancy blends have specific benefits to pregnant and nursing mommies. And anything that is great for Magical Mommies bringing in life is great for us ALL ❀ #magical #mommyhood #meetmeatthemarket #atlantaindiemarket #popatl #majestea #mymajesteas #teadrinkers #ilovetea #drinkmoretea #webuyblack #atlantamom #mom #atl #tvmatl #morningtea #pregnancytea #noratea #atlantaevents
Sometimes I rack up a few days in a row where my health is on the back burner - we all get busy in life, but man can it sneak up on us sometimes! The one constant for me in times of busyness is a couple cups of NORA each day and the support I get from Nettles in the blend. I love that this herb offers so many benefits and system cleansing properties, because sometimes I just need a trusty herb to keep me nourished when I'm not on top of my health game. It definitely has a more "green" or vegetal flavor, but it is yummy nonetheless. βž– Nettles' botanical name is Urtica dioica, and it is a vascular tonic, antiallergic, diuretic and nutritive herb. It has a long historic use as both a food and an herbal tonic. It is an extremely nutritive plant that is high in vitamins and minerals, and it strengthens and supports the whole body. Some benefits of Nettles include strengthening the kidneys, adrenals and blood vessels, which promotes detoxification and prevents hemorrhoids and varicose veins. It also has a laundry list of issues that it aids in, including acne, fatigue, anemia, menstrual irregularities, and sugar/caffeine cravings. It is also a galactagogue, which means it helps promote milk production in lactating women. βž– Nutritive Ingredients: Histamine, Tannin, Saponins, AcetylcholineFormic Acid, Sterols, Chlorophyll, Glucoquinine, Serotonin, Iron, & Vitamin A, C, D and K in an easily absorbable form, very high in minerals, including silicon. βž– Sources: - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/nettle-leaf/profile - http://thevillagebirthcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pregnancy-Tea.pdf - Romm, Aviva Jill. Botanical Medicine for Womens Health. Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2010. βž– For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
My favorite part about Oatstraw is that it is the perfect herb at the end of a long day. Tucking myself into bed after a warm mug of Oatstraw really calms my nervous system and helps me sleep more soundly, allowing me to wake up feeling well-rested and ready for the next day. Its sweet and subtle earthy flavors balance out its bitter undertones, giving it that perfect herby flavor. βž– Oatstraw's botanical name is Avena sativa, and it is a nervine and nutritive tonic. Known to be gentle and supportive in nature, it is the ideal herb to deeply nourish the entire body over time, especially for women who feel constantly rundown or low on energy. It helps to gently restore the mind and body from stressors of daily life. It has even been used since the Middle Ages to boost mental capacity and reduce insomnia! In addition to strengthening the nervous system and helping you cope better with stress, Oatstraw is also great at helping to balance hormones, blood sugar and the digestive system. In pregnancy, it can be helpful for high blood pressure, varicose veins and hemorrhoids, and it is even known to increase milk supply for lactating women. βž– Nutritive Ingredients: 50% starch, proteins, alkaloids, saponins, flavones, sterols, Vitamin B, silica, & calcium, magnesium, silicon, potassium, & iron. βž– Sources: - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/oatstraw/profile - http://thevillagebirthcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pregnancy-Tea.pdf - Romm, Aviva Jill. Botanical Medicine for Womens Health. Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2010. βž– For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
One of the best things about being a birth center mom, is when your midwife gives you baggies of stuff that look like horse fodder, and you actually trust her enough to make tea from itπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @brookhavennaturalbirth #noratea #naturalbirth #redraspberryleaftea #sweetenedwithhoney #grassclippingstea #naturalhumor #notactuallybad #aesthetic #bringonthebaby #pregnancy #momlife #midwifery #livenatural #birthisnatural #builttobirth
Getting ready to send out some NORAtea samples! Yum β˜•οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ»βœ¨ #whatsinyourmug
I remember drinking so much red raspberry leaf before my last pregnancy while trying to conceive and throughout that pregnancy. I would crave it and drink infusions daily, especially in the third trimester when my body just needed that extra nourishment. I enjoyed it most chilled or on ice - so refreshing! Tasting similar to black tea - but without the caffeine - RRL is quite pleasant in flavor. βž– Red Raspberry Leaf's botanical name is Rubus idaeus. It is a uterine tonic, astringent and nutritive herb. It is most commonly used during pregnancy, however it is an excellent herb for women's reproductive and general health during every stage of life, toning the uterus, kidneys, urinary tract and mucous membranes, and stabilizing the digestive system. In pregnancy and birth, it is known to tone the uterine muscles in preparation for labor, making the contractions more effective, which may shorten the length of labor. Uterine toning also helps to decrease bleeding postpartum, and the nutrients in RRL are supportive of lactation. It has even been known to help with dysmenorrhea and uterine fibroids. βž– Nutritive Ingredients: Pectin, citric acid, malic acid, tannin, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, & zinc, Vitamin A, B, C & E. Has the highest known herbal source of manganese. βž– Sources: - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/raspberry-leaf/profile - http://thevillagebirthcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pregnancy-Tea.pdf - Romm, Aviva Jill. Botanical Medicine for Womens Health. Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2010. βž– For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The sweet smell of alfalfa brings me back to when I used to hang around horses as a kid... I remember how excited they would get to receive a flake or two of alfalfa, swinging their heads and whinnying with joy. It's a nutritious treat that provides them with protein, energy, vitamins, and minerals. I'll admit, I don't whinny when I brew a cup of NORA, but I do enjoy that sweet hint of alfalfa in my mug! And alfalfa also has some great, nutritive benefits for women, too. βž– Alfalfa's botanical name is Medicago sativa, and it acts as a nutritive and phytoestrogenic herb. Since it grows in rich soils, it is incredibly rich in trace minerals, which are important for many body functions including building and oxygenating blood, synthesizing DNA, regulating hormones, regulating blood sugar, regulating the metabolic system, aiding in nutrient absorption, aiding in bone formation, proper neurological and chemical reactions, and more. In the body system, Alfalfa acts as a general tonic, purifies the blood and balances blood sugar in pregnancy. It is also known to prevent osteoporosis and reduce vaginal dryness. βž– Nutrients: Vitamin K, iron, chlorophyll, Vitamin A, B-6, E, D, & K, beta-carotene, biotin, folate, pantothenic acid, fatty acids, saponins, high in copper. βž– Sources: - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/alfalfa-leaf/profile - http://thevillagebirthcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Pregnancy-Tea.pdf - Romm, Aviva Jill. Botanical Medicine for Womens Health. Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2010. βž– For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Annnnd the packaging begins! Look at that delicious, nourishing tea. It’s almost ready for your favorite mug and packed full of nutritive goodness. Stay tuned for some posts about the benefits of each herb in our blend!
The website lives! πŸ™ŒπŸ» Head on over to www.NORAtea.com to check us out. Check back often as we get closer to our full launch later this month. Exciting things are coming to your mug β˜•οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ»βœ¨
Our website is down for the count... So, let’s all take a moment to sit back and enjoy some tea β˜•οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ» We’ll update everyone when we’re live again 🌟 Thanks for your patience while we iron out the technical wrinkles 😏
If you like drinking nourishing, herbal tea, follow us on Facebook and Instagram @norateatime to get updates as we go live. You need this tea in your mug! β˜•οΈβ€οΈ www.NORAtea.com πŸŒŸπŸ‘‡πŸ» If you are trying to get pregnant, already pregnant or newly postpartum and want to try some tea for ✨free✨ DM us for more infoπŸ“²
My friend @christinaevans86 and I are so excited to launch our newest endeavor - a supplement to our doula and future midwifery services - NORAtea! If you like drinking nourishing, herbal tea, follow us on Facebook and Instagram @norateatime to get updates as we go live. You need this tea in your mug! β˜•οΈβ€οΈ www.NORAtea.com πŸŒŸπŸ‘‡πŸ» If you are trying to get pregnant, already pregnant or newly postpartum and want to try some tea for ✨free✨ DM me for more infoπŸ“²
Mmm, NORAtea 🍡 What’s in your mug today? If you’re ready for a tea that will nourish you through all seasons of life, delicious things are coming your way! We can’t wait to share!
Exciting things are blooming over here at NORAtea! Stay tuned for updates as we get closer to our launch day ❀️🌿
Oatstraw as found in our Wellness and Pregnancy Blends has great benefits for the nourishment of our bodies and nervous system. Order your tea blends today! "Oat straw, taken as a tea or extract, is used by herbalists as a tonic to fend off depression. Oat straw is commonly used in traditional and herbal medicine to nourish and strengthen the central nervous system. It is also considered a stimulant that homeopaths will use to help treat liver infections and arthritis. "  SOURCE: LiveStrong.com #wealthishealth #wellness #wellnesstea #majestea #mymajesteas #teas #herablist #vegan #vegansofatl #atlantavegans #noratea #pregnancytea #teatime #morningtea #afternoontea #tealady #tealovers #ilovetea #oatstraw #atlanta #nourish #liverhealth #nervoussytem #drinkmoretea
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Havent tried all of our flavors? Here's the perfect opportunity to try all 3! Find us this Friday March 16 from 11am to 1pm in College Park @GetFruityCafe and next week Saturday March 24 from 2pm to 7pm @AtlantaIndieMarket. We will be sampling and selling our Majesteas! See you there! #majestea #mymajesteas #getfruitycafe #collegepark #atlanta #atl #atlantaindiemarket #popatl #eastpoint #hapeville #vegan #atlantavegans #tvmatl #sorrel #lemonginger #noratea #wellnesstea #gingertea #tealady #afternoontea #morningtea #cupoftea #teatime #tea
We went to @640WestATL a couple of days ago and we were so tickled when we saw the people at the front of the line ordering Majestea with their breakfast. They turned around and we spotted one of our FAVORTE Vegan Chefs @Kahemalanii who came that morning with the intent to buy some tea and support πŸ˜˜β€πŸ€— You all are #wonderful!! Thank to everyone who has supported Majestea πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– #majestea #mymajesteas #640west #westend #atlanta #historicwestend #community #atlantacafe #atl #atlien #vegan #atlantavegans #sorrel #lemontea #gingertea #noratea #wellnesstea #tea #morningtea #afternoontea #atlantatea #cupoftea #tvmatl #thevillagemarket #webuyblack #blackgirlmagic  #blackbusiness #womenbusiness #minorityowned

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