- Good news for nourishing and energising your body
- Made with organic chamomile, fennel, nettle, peppermint and shatavari
- Recommended for use during the 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy
- Naturally caffeine free and ethically sourced, 100% organically grown ingredients
Wish upon a star. Stars are made from organic herbs like these. At their centre the majestic shatavari root – used for a thousand years to help you naturally create your future stars. And each one brought into the world ethically grown and purely organic. The perfect kind of earth mother.
Every Pukka tea bag comes in its own recyclable envelope to retain the essential oils in our organic herbs. Each bag has two chambers, allowing these incredible herbs to flow and release the full potency in your cup. To help the flavours to fully disperse, pour boiling water directly on the bag. Every herb loves the water, so leave them to steep for the perfect brew. And remember to boil just the amount of water you need to make your cuppa as sustainable as it can be.
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Part of the Women's range
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Fennel’s combination of delicious uplifting flavours has made it one of Pukka’s favourite herbs. We love it so much, it can be found over 20 of our delicious herbal teas and organic supplements.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Oranges are of course the world famous fruit of the Orange Tree. Orange trees are the most cultivated fruit tree in the world and account for the largest percentage of citrus fruit production on the globe. Heavily sprayed with insecticides and anti-fungals, they are certainly one to go organic for.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Its name has come to mean ‘she who has one hundred husbands’ and has been used for centuries to help nourish women’s health.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Peppermint is a hybrid between watermint and spearmint.Find out more on Pukkapedia
It is a rejuvenator of the soil, quickly inhabiting disturbed ground and drawing minerals from deep within the earth.Find out more on Pukkapedia
The sweetly scented chamomile flower takes its name from the Greek words 'kamai' and 'melon' meaning 'earth apple' referring to its delicate apple-like fragrance.Find out more on Pukkapedia