First Days Digestive Tea

Updated: Jun 9

Traditional Yogi Tea

This warming tea is ideal of the first days of postpartum. The spices hold plant medicine that are excellent digestive aid, supportive to lactation and relaxant to Mama.


2 - 3" section Ginger, peeled & thinly sliced

4-6 Cardamom pods, opened

4-6 Whole Black Peppercorns

1 Cinnamon Stick


1 Tbsp Powdered Cinnamon

2-3 Whole Cloves

Pinch Fennel Seeds

Pinch Fenugreek

4 Cups Filtered water

___ Maple Syrup or Local Raw Honey

___ Black, green or red tea (optional)

___ Coconut, Hemp or other Plant-Based Milk


  1. Add Water, Ginger, Cardamom, Peppercorns, Cinnamon, Clove, Fennel& Fenugreek in a pot to gradually bring to a boil...we don't need to rush this! .

  2. After a vigorous boil, cover and lower heat to a nice simmer for about an hour.

  3. After an hour, if desired, a hearty pinch of tea (or tea bag), and let stand five minutes.

  4. When ready to enjoy, add in a few drops of maple or honey along with a hearty splash of the plant based milk. For more powerful plant medicines to be drawn out, let it steep for an entire day before moving ahead to step 4..

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