Simply Beautiful Gifts

During pregnancy and motherhood having a sip on a cup of tea is a blissful experience and one that allows you have a little time out for yourself. Even when the house is in chaos, food on the floor and crayon on the walls, I will sit down and sip my cup of tea before I get back up and resume the mum routine (even my kids know it’s my “sanity” 15 minutes)

So why is herbal tea so amazing? Why is it the perfect gift for yourself or a friend? Here are some of our most loved Mummy tea’s to make you reach for the tea cup OR to send the “mum to be” the perfect present for her baby shower!

Calm Tea

Im not sure I would survive without this tea and If you love chamomile tea you will love our Calm tea. It helps with a good night’s sleep, Is a powerful mood booster for relief from stress and anxiety, Is skin rejuvenating, Provides relief from upset stomachs and cramps, Reduces inflammation in the body and eases bloating and digestion. Ummm yeah I told you it was A.M.A.Z.I.N.G

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Expectant Mumma Hamper from “Simply Beautiful Gifts”

Energy Tea

Remember when you had so much energy you could hardly stand still? Yeah, neither can I. Luckily, we blended the perfect little pick-me-up to help you feel refreshed and energised, Plus it’s caffeine free! Our energy tea blend includes rooibos tea which is loaded with antioxidants, Helps Reduce pain and inflammation, Lowers stress, Assists with upset stomach and Assists with digestion and clear skin. (I think this mummy tea has super powers)


Wellness Tea

I could do a whole blog just on our wellness tea! It is jam packed full of amazing herbs that have huge amount of health benefits for women, motherhood and pregnancy (pre and post). This delish tea includes Dandelion root, which not just sounds pretty but it also: Improves Digestion and stimulates the liver, Rich in antioxidants that prevent free-radical damage to cells, Control’s cholesterol levels, Boosts immune function, Reduces inflammation, Removes toxins and promotes good urinary health. Now if only it would do the laundry for me as well I’d be a happy mamma!

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Belly Box Hamper from “Simply Beautiful Gifts”

Raspberry Leaf Tea

Mostly sipped in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, The health benefits of raspberry leaf tea are endless. Raspberry leaf tea contains a rich source of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium, magnesium, B1, B3 and E and by drinking it regularly in your third trimester it can assist by strengthening and toning the muscles of the uterus to minimise the duration of labour and recovery of the uterus after the birth. This blend provides you with all the benefits needed to ensure your body is in peak condition for labour and child birth. 


Nursing Tea

A nourishing organic tea blend for every Breastfeeding mum, to help maintain healthy breast milk quality and quantity. This wonderful nursing tea blend also helps your digestive system and your baby’s, which can have positive effects to ease colic and wind in newborns, keeping Mum happy and baby well feed. Breastfeeding is a special time and we want to make sure you are well looked after and feeling the love.

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Nurturing Mumma hamper from “Simply Beautiful Gifts”



Mummy Tea is now available at Simply Beautiful gifts who sell a wide range of adorable mother, baby and toddler gifts that are sure to be loved by everyone. Their range of baby hampers, baskets and gift box’s are perfect for newborns, twins, baby showers, and toddlers, with even something special included for the new Mum herself! Simply Beautiful Gifts can be purchased on line and are delivered Australia wide.  All gift hampers, baskets and box’s are gift wrapped in a keepsake box with gorgeous Très Divin satin ribbon and are presented with a personalised gift card and message that will be sure to delight any recipient. Perfect xo


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NOTE: This blog is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner. All information contained in this blog is the opinion of mummy tea and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Consult your prenatal care provider to discuss using any herbal products during your pregnancy.


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