mama chat

Try New Mama - our delicious breastfeeding herbal tea


All three herbs above are known as "galactagogues" - they are herbs that help your body to produce breast milk and get it flowing. All of them are in New Mama - our breastfeeding herbal tea.

We have also included lemon balm, a herb that helps with the "baby blues".

Breastfeeding is difficult for a lot of women at first......getting baby to latch on, coping with the lack of sleep and the sheer exhaustion of a new baby. Getting the milk flowing is one thing you no longer have to worry about, as New Mama solves this problem. 

Mama Tea was started by a mama, Anna Louise Simpson, who had been through difficult pregnancies and struggled with breastfeeding. She worked with a Master Tea Blender and a top Medical herbalist to create this wonderful herbal tea for new mamas.

Use rooibos tea to get a little glow.......

Our lovely Miss Rooibos is truly a Glowing Mama......

She adores our Glowing Mama Luxury Well Being Tea. It brings a glow to her dewy cheeks. Filled with goodies like echinacea, dandelion, elderflowers and of course rooibos, it is a stunning tea. It is also a wonderful beauty product.

Give it a go and give yourself a little glow!

Holistic Well-Being


Mama Tea is all about well-being. We understand the power of herbs to make a difference in your overall health and beauty. We also care about using natural ingredients and herbs in our herbal teas.



Over the month of April, with spring in the air, we will be looking at the holistic aspect of well-being. How can you integrate well-being into your food and drink and health and beauty routines? 


In particular, we will be investigating which herbs and herbal teas you can use to boost your overall well-being.

4 reasons to Drink New Mama Breastfeeding Tea! Available in the UK and Worldwide

4 great reasons to use New Mama as your breastfeeding tea!

Number 1. – breast milk production and flow

nettle breastfeeding tea UK mama tea

fenugreek breastfeeding tea UK mama tea

fennel breastfeeding tea UK mama tea 

New Mama contains three herbs which are known as  “galactagogues” – they are all natural and are nettle, fennel and fenugreek. All of these natural herbs have been used for years for women trying to aid breast milk production and are responsible for working with a breastfeeding woman’s hormones to create breast milk and get flow going.


Number 2 - Mastitis relief

Anna, the Mama of Mama Tea, who created the Mama Tea range not only wanted to help women with breastfeeding but Anna has Mastitis whilst she was breastfeeding, therefore Anna really wanted to include Red Clover in New Mama breastfeeding herbal tea. This lovely herb not only tastes lovely but will also help women relieve the symptoms of mastitis.

red clover breastfeeding tea UK mama tea

Reason 3 – Help with the “baby blues”

Most new mamas suffer from the “baby blues” due to hormonal changes after childbirth. Some go on to experience post-natal depression in various forms. Anna is open about her experience with post-natal depression and wanted to specifically include a herb to help naturally lift the mood. This is why she included Lemon Balm in our breastfeeding tea. Perfectly safe for baby whilst breastfeeding and also helps mama.

lemon balm breastfeeding tea UK mama Tea


Reason 4 - Anna has made breastfeeding tea taste lovely!

Anna wanted this breastfeeding tea to taste great! She was sick of herbal teas that tasted bland.Therefore, Anna created this breastfeeding herbal tea with taste in mind, therefore she added some liquorice root to make it taste lovely as well as being natural and caffeine-free!


All of our teas are available in the UK and internationally through our website -

Drink Mama Tea and be happy!

Morning Mama - Ginger Herbal Tea

Morning Sickness

If you are one of the unlucky ones like Anna (founder of Mama Tea), you thought that your daily “morning” sickness would subside after week 12 and you would be wrong. Anna suffered with morning sickness until week 24 with her first pregnancy and week 20 with her second baby. She recalls how it felt:
“I would wake up and feel sick, so I would have a teeny tiny slice of toast and it would subside for all of…..2 minutes. I then tried NOT eating and it became much worse. I tried eating more and the same. It was delicate balancing act with food to ensure you were eating the right foods and just the right balance of food. Awful! I remember my husband buying ginger nut biscuits but the smell was too overpowering, so the only person that ate ginger nut biscuits to help with morning sickness in our household was my husband!”

When Anna decided to create a natural range of teas to help with pregnancy and breastfeeding, she was very careful to blend the ginger morning sickness tea so that it was not too overpowering and was a subtle taste and smell.

Morning Mama Ginger and Chamomile Herbal Tea

Morning Mama ginger tea is a delicious ginger tea blend that is completely natural and caffeine-free. Morning Mama has some lovely goodies blended in, all to help combat morning sickness.

Anna blended in whole chamomile heads, lemon peel and orange peel. She also added a touch of lemon balm. The reason for including all of these extra herbs is that ALL of them help with nausea and sickness, so Morning Mama is a powerful morning sickness remedy!

Morning Mama Review

We received this testimonial only last week – have a read – Morning Mama helped this customer to keep working at the early stages of her pregnancy….

“I started using Morning Mama Tea when I was 6 weeks pregnant. I was sceptical about the tea helping,but the nausea and sickness was unbearable. I can honestly say that the tea has helped me cope with the nausea and helped me to manage working whilst not feeling my best. This is my third pregnancy and the nausea has stayed with me until I was 23 weeks. I found brewing the tea in a thermos cup great as I could sip the tea throughout the day and the tea stayed hot”.

Melanie, 27 weeks pregnant and mother of two beautiful girls.

If you are suffering with morning sickness, give Morning Mama a go and please let us know if it has helped you too!

All the best


Mama Tea

Drink Mama Tea Challenge!

Struggling with those January New Year's Resolutions? Try the DRINK MAMA TEA CHALLENGE today!

Our Bumper Pack will give you 80 teabags, so there is more than enough Mama Tea to replace one of your caffeinated drinks – your fav coffee or another cup of caffeinated tea with a caffeine-free, delicious Mama Tea!


A little caffeine every day is probably quite good for you (unless you are a pregnant or breastfeeding woman). However, more than a few cups is detrimental to our health in lots of ways. Over the next few weeks we are going to examine this high-street drug in more detail to really look at it’s effect on the body.

However, as we all know, it is one thing knowing that something is not good for you in large doses and trying to cut that down, particularly something as addictive as caffeine. To do so, it is worthwhile to take baby steps, which is why we have come up with the Drink Mama Tea challenge.

Break the Caffeine Habit

We have all heard that it takes 28 days to break a habit. Well, the bad news is that research shows that it actually takes a little longer – more like 66 days actually. However, the good news is that our bumper packs have 80 teabags in them, so that’s enough to help you break the caffeine habit and have some to share with friends!

Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus Tea

hibiscus mama tea

Here at Mama Tea, we take our herbs very seriously. We love the herb Hibiscus, which is a showy flowering plant, that is eaten dried as a delicacy in Mexico and has a long tradition in herbal infusions.

Hibiscus in Mama Tea

We have blended hibiscus into our Ready Mama tea, which is our fruity raspberry leaf and hibiscus birth preparation herbal tea. We included it in our birth preparation tea because it can help with uterine contractions, however it is also a great herb for period pain for the same reason.

hibiscus mama tea


Hibiscus comes from the Greek word for marshmallow and is also known as rose mallow.

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, an old species that was grown as an ornamental flower in China, is believed to have been cultivated there for thousands of years. Although it appears to have been in cultivation throughout much of the Asian continent, early reports of hibiscus rosa-sinensis flowering around temples in China imply a Chinese origin, hence the name "sinensis".

hibiscus mama tea


  • Lower high blood pressure
  • Lower cholesterol levels
  • Antioxidant
  • Infections
  • Flu
  • Colds
  • Stomach cramps (anti-spasmodic)
  • Menstrual cramps (anti-spasmodic)
  • Weight loss (There is an enzyme known as “amylase” in hibiscus, that breaks down starches and other complex sugars in the body)
  • Boost immune system
  • Constipation