How to get rid of morning sickness

morning sickness tea

We have all been there. You are delighted that you are pregnant but the awful nausea and sickness is taking over your life! If you eat too much, you feel sick and if you eat too little you feel sick. You can't win!

Caffeine doesnt help so avoid the coffees, lattes and cappucinos. Caffeine is also very harmful for the growing fetus, so please avoid it. 

Ginger nut biscuits are sometimes far too gingery to stomach, so the Mama of Mama Tea has come up a solution!


morning mama morning sickness tea

This tea has been created specifically for morning sickness and nausea. It has several active ingredients to help. We have all herbs checked by the world's leading medical herbalist in pregnancy.

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This is a fantastic herb - it actively settles the stomach and eases symptoms of nausea.


It is a nerve tonic and relaxant with antispasmodic and carminative actions, and makes an excellent remedy for mild depression, panic attacks, palpitations, irritability, restlessness and anxiety – especially if the anxiety is causing indigestion.


Lemon is a traditional remedy for colds, coughs, flu, and fevers; in mainland Europe, lemon has been widely regarded as a cure-all for all infection (especially in Italian folk medicine) and the medicine of choice in any epidemic. It is excellent for nausea.


Chamomile calms the central nervous system and also settles quesy stomachs.


Orange peel has been used traditionally in Chinese Medicine; the most important flavanone in oranges, found in orange peel, is ”herperidin”, which has been shown to lower high blood pressure as well as cholesterol in animal studies, and to have strong anti-inflammatory properties. The Name “herperidin” derives from the Greek mythological nymphs, “The Hesperides”, which were, nymphs who guarded a garden in which golden apples grow.