mother nurture | organic herbal tea

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Created to support and honor the transition into sacred motherhood. A nutritive organic herbal tea blend rich in vitamins and minerals formulated with both the conception journey, pregnancy and postpartum in mind. Nourishing the reproductive system preparing the body for conception, inviting ease into labour and delivery time, as well as replenishing nutrients.

Mother Nurture can also provide healing comfort and support while it replenishes nutrients lost with those mama's experiencing miscarriage, pregnancy loss + still birth.

about the botanicals

Raspberry Leaf

Probably the most widely known herb when it comes to making and having babies, raspberry leaf is rich in nutrients like calcium, iron and B vitamins.

This herb can help to regulate menstrual cycles, making ovulation easier to predict which will increase your chances of conception. Raspberry leaf also contains an alkaloid called fragine, which helps to strengthen the uterine wall – super useful if you do conceive in making the pregnancy stick.


As with red raspberry leaf, nettle also acts as a uterine tonic helping to strengthen and tone the uterus making a great home for a tiny growing baby. High in calcium and magnesium, this herb also cleanses and detoxifies to clear the system of harmful toxins that may be affecting fertility. Nettle also has a calming effect and can help reduce stress, which has a major impact on fertility.


Incredibly soothing and nourishing to the system, promotes a strong and calm nervous system, and healthy endocrine system- something that is absolutely crucial when trying to conceive.  Reduces inflammation (which can cause ovulation and implantation problems) and calm the body so that it can receive that little embryo and nourish it!  Oatstraw is high in vitamin C vitamin A, calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, the vitamin B complex (including folate), vitamins E, G, and K, and fiber.

*The statements made regarding this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or an alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

1 tbsp into hot water, steep covered for 15 mins; re-infuse when needed. Enjoy hot or cold over ice!

raspberry leaf*, nettle*, oat straw*


handcrafted with Alberta grown and wildcrafted plants

This product has a shelf life of 12 months from date of purchase. Our products are made in small batches, fresh to order - to ensure you're receiving the maximum potency of the plant benefits! 

All Luna Rosa products are meant to be used fresh, not stored! They are perishable, just like shopping in the produce section at the grocery store. As they are made fresh, with 100% natural ingredients and without harsh chemical preservatives. 

To ensure the shelf life of your all-natural product is not compromised, avoid introducing water into the container and always handle products with clean, dry hands. Tightly secure lids and store products in a cool, dry place.

We know you're going to LOVE it! But, if it's  your first time using this product, we recommend patch testing before use. To do so -  apply a small amount of product to your forearm and wait 24 hours to see if any irritation occurs. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you may consider discussing with your health care provider for further guidance before using any products that contain essential oils.


ingredients grown on our flower farm and/or ethically sourced

all natural

free of toxins, endocrine disruptors, synthetic colors and fragrances


in Alberta Canada, in small batches, with love and intention

cruelty free

never tested on animals, just friends

our roots

My relationship with wellness was born when I entered motherhood. In the trenches of a soul-riveting postpartum depression that brought me to my knees in more ways than one.

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