Motherwort

Motherwort

Regularly consuming motherwort tea is a great way for women to give their nervous and reproductive systems a healthy boost, among many other benefits for both men and women.

What is Motherwort Tea?
Motherwort tea is a traditional remedy made from a popular herb, motherwort, which has the scientific name Leonurus cardiaca. Most commonly used as a feminine tonic, the tea brewed from these leaves is also a rich source of antioxidants and flavonoids, such as malic acid, oleic acid, terpenoids, and alkaloids, which can help many different systems in the body. Another variety of this herb, Chinese motherwort, is also known as yi mu cao and has been used for many of the same medicinal issues in that part of the world. There are antispasmodic, antihypertensive, stimulant, and diuretic properties in this tea that make it so widely popular, both in Asia and the rest of the world. 

Motherwort Tea Benefits
You can enjoy a number of benefits from this tea, including better heart health, calmer nerves, less severe menstrual cycles, stimulated appetite, and regulated cardiac function, among others.

Heart Health
As the taxonomic name implies, this herbal tea has long been known to positively affect heart health; more specifically, it is able to soothe heart palpitations, which may be caused by problems in your thyroid. 

Relieves Anxiety
If you are constantly stressed or anxious, a cup of this tea at night can soothe your nerves and reduce levels of stress hormones, helping you get a full night’s sleep and a clear head in the morning. 

Healthy Reproductive System
Most famous for its effects on reproductive health, this tea can soothe symptoms of menopause, while also optimizing the hormonal health of women of reproductive age. 

Eases Menstruation
If your periods are irregular, a cup of this tea every day can help to regulate periods, which can reduce the unexpected nature of the mood swings and physical side effects of monthly menstruation in women. 

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