Woman’s Moon Cycle Tea

Posted on April 24, 2008 by Allie


Well, I bet you can guess what this tea is for.  And if you’re a guy feel free to skip this post (although you’re welcome to keep reading, too).

I don’t know if the magic of this tea is in the placebo effect, or if the ingredients really do help alleviate PMS and menstrual symptoms, and quite frankly, I don’t care.  When you’re feeling bloat-y and cranky and cramp-y and sore, just feeling like there’s something you can do to help yourself is, in itself, a huge boost.  And it tastes good.  It has a light, fruity flavor, and is a totally enjoyable beverage.

From Yogi Tea:

Rely on our specially crafted wellness formula to help relieve the minor tensions and discomfort of your monthly cycle. We combine dong quai and Chaste Tree Berry to address common PMS symptoms like breast tenderness, constipation and dizziness. We then add juniper berry and parsley leaf to help ease water retention and promote balance. Plus, fragrant chamomile helps to relax the mind and soothe the body.* Infuse your moon days with harmony and comfort with a delicious cup of Woman’s Moon Cycle.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

If you’re pregnant or nursing, you can’t use this tea.  But if you aren’t, go for it.  I feel like it’s a cup full of sanity when I’m at the end of my rope.   There’s even a yoga posture “for natural comfort” on the side of the box to aid in your relaxation and relief.

And I think the quotes on the tea bag tags are nicer on the Women’s Moon Cycle tea bags.  The last one I had said, “I am beautiful, I am bountiful, I am blissful,” which is awesome, because at the height of PMS, I’m pretty sure this one would drive me to tears.

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  1. I love yogi teas too, I don’t know why I’ve never tried this one before! Thanks for the recommendation.

    April 25th, 2008 at 1:40 pm
    Comment by Danielle
  2. yogi tea and their little sayings are great! but speaking of not uplifting fortunes, I once received a fortune cookie that read “Here is the thing – diet green tea. low fat milk.” That was all. I was like, is this fortune cookie calling me FAT?!?!

    I could have used this tea this past week-end. Raging bitch syndrome took me for the first time ever…I’ve not experienced a “mood swing” quite like what happened, ever before.

    my pantry will have some of this in stock for next time.

    April 25th, 2008 at 3:14 pm
    Comment by erikka
  3. Perfect timing!! I will be buying some of this on my way home from work today. I’ve wondered about this tea many times…my bitchiness seems to get worse and worse every month AND I cry more often. It freaking sucks

    April 25th, 2008 at 3:56 pm
    Comment by Nicole
  4. Why do I always feel the need to read the “guys, you can skip this one” posts? Maybe I don’t want to feel left out.

    April 25th, 2008 at 4:23 pm
    Comment by Aaron
  5. I’ve seen this in the store. I didn’t buy it.

    April 29th, 2008 at 12:24 am
    Comment by mickey

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