Organic herbal tea designed to alleviate menstrual discomfort to support a smooth, happy period.
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Cramp bark | Useful herbal analgesic, cramp bark is an integral agent for relieving pain. This natural bark is used to alleviate spasms, cramping, tension headaches, and general inflammation and serves as a wide-spectrum herb for menses related pain.
Dang gui | cherished herb in traditional Chinese medicine, Dang gui is excellent for tonifying the blood, nourishing the body and regulating menses. Its warming properties provide relief and comfort during the menstrual cycle.
Bai Shao | Another important root used in Chinese herbalism, Bai shao (white peony) greatly tonifies yin and blood and helps to regulates the menses. Bitter & cold in nature, Bai shao is a useful herb for those with breast distention, pms, and a pale/lusterless complexion.
Herbal Actions | Uterine Tonic, Muscle Relaxant, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-spasmodic, Analgesic
Full Ingredients | Viburnum opulus (organic Cramp Bark), Angelica sinensis (organic Dang gui), Rubus idaeus (organic Raspberry Leaf), Dioscorea villosa (organic Wild Yam), Paeonia lactiflora, (organic Bai Shao), Verbena hastate (organic Blue Vervain), Viburnum prunifolium (organic Black Haw) Cinnamomum burmanni (organic cinnamon)
Slaying the Dragon is curated with raw, organic, premium grade and sustainably produced ingredients. We value sharing the richness & vitality of our amazing planet with you while respecting and protecting our home. Read more about our sustainability mission.
10oz glass jar with bamboo silicone seal lid. Contains raw dry loose leaf herbs
Shelf life of 2 years upon delivery. Store in cool dry area. Discard if introduced to moisture.
for (pre)menstrual discomfort, add 6 grams of Slaying the Dragon to 1 cup of boiled water and allow the herbs to steep for 20 minutes. take up to three times daily during the menses.
Slaying the Dragon is part of our Women's Wellness Initiative. We donate 10% of profits earned from this item to Black Women Birthing Justice -- an organization dedicated to providing resources to expecting black mothers to lower mortality rates. Read more about the awesome work BWBJ is doing to improve the lives of women.
Do not take herbal supplements without first consulting with your healthcare provider. Pregnant and breastfeeding people, children, and individuals over the age of 50 should be cautious when using herbal supplements. General contraindications concerning the combination of herbal supplements and various contraceptives are unknown and may potentially be unsafe. Should you experience any adverse reactions, discontinue use immediately and contact your healthcare provider.
*This information is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness.