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  • Nine Months

Nine Months


Taste: Nine months is a unique combination of aromatic herbs, fruits, and vegetables. The lemony notes of grass balm alternate delightfully with the essential oils of mandarin peel, merging harmoniously with the distinctive taste elements of raspberry leaves and spinach

What's in for me: Nine Months is your new favorite drink for pregnancy. It is created exclusively to support the body with nutritious herbs during pregnancy, which is full of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Nine Months supports pregnancy by strengthening the uterus, while it reduces symptoms of morning sickness. It enhances mood and relieves insomnia and stress during these nine months. With progesterone being the most important hormone during these nine months, our herbal blend supports the digestive system, which becomes sluggish during pregnancy. Sip on a cup of Nine Months daily throughout pregnancy and/or lactation.

Caffeine-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, additive-free

Serving instructions: Pour 250ml boiling water into a cup and leave for 4 minutes to enjoy its fresh, invigorating aromas and rich delicate flavor. Let tea cool to a comfortable temperature before drinking. We do not advise drinking hot tea.

Packaging Information: All the materials are recyclable and environmentally friendly.

10 sachets x 1,5g/ NET WT. 1,5g

ISO 22000:2018

Lemon Balm

Mandarin Peel

Raspberry Leaf


Grass Balm

is a perennial, lemon-scented herb native to southern Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Lemon Balm belongs to the genus Melissa, originated in the Mediterranean to western and central Asian regions. Melissa means in Greek ‘’bee’’ which refers to the strong attraction that bees have to Grass Balm. The bioactive components of Lemon balm exert positive activities on the central nervous system. A mild sedative, anti-stress and anxiolytic effect can be induced when grass balm is consumed affecting positively mood and cognitive function. Rosemary acid in grass balm assists with insomnia and digestive discomfort during pregnancy and recovery from childbirth.

Mandarin peel 

It is known for its high content of bioactive compounds such as flavonoids, as well as being rich in folic acid, vitamin C, carotenes, essential oils, pectin, and fiber. It can support digestion by regulating smooth muscle contraction in the gut and induce nausea. It relieves cramps by hyperactive contact and supports bowel mobility by encouraging contractions of hypofunctional muscles. Also, limonene and alpha-pipeline in tangerine peel exhibit antibacterial and antifungal properties. They can soothe heartburn and acid reflux and provide anti-inflammatory compounds in the gut.
Raspberry leaf tea

A member of the Rosacea family is considered one of the top five herbs being used by pregnant women. Red raspberry leaves are high in iron, vitamins A, B, E, C, and magnesium and are a very well-known herb tonic for the womb. It has been used medicinally for centuries, with it being the best known and oldest of all the herb infusions used as an aid in maternity. Raspberry leaf tea has been used for morning sickness, uterine irritability, preventing hemorrhage, and threatened miscarriages. It is believed to strengthen the uterus throughout pregnancy and labor. Moreover, women consuming raspberry leaf tea are more likely to have an unassisted vaginal birth, a shortened labor, and are less likely to require artificial rupture of membranes or cesarean section delivery.


It is a known green leafy vegetable that can benefit pregnant women with iron, folic acid, magnesium, and protein. The mild, slightly sweet, and robust flavor of spinach, rich in B vitamins can help improve mood during pregnancy, reduce oxidative stress, and improve eye health.