Herbal Teas to Avoid During Pregnancy

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Pregnant? Avoid these six types of herbal tea!

0:00 Introduction
0:16 Herbal teas to avoid during pregnancy
1:40 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about which herbal teas to avoid during pregnancy. Some teas can contain compounds that have the potential to cause complications during pregnancy. Take a look.

1. Hibiscus tea – in excess, hibiscus tea can potentially lead to delayed puberty, cause a miscarriage, and stimulate mensuration.

2. Nettle tea – nettle tea can stimulate contractions of the uterus. This is not good for early pregnancy.

3. All caffeinated teas – black, green, white, matcha, and chai teas can increase your risk of early pregnancy miscarriages due to high levels of caffeine.

4. Fennel tea – fennel tea can increase your estrogen levels, which may lead to pregnancy complications.

5. Fenugreek tea – this tea can induce early labor.

6. Licorice tea – this tea can increase cortisol levels, which can throw off your normal balance.

If you’re not sure about a certain herbal tea, make sure you do your research and ask your doctor before you have it to help avoid potential pregnancy complications.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain which herbal teas you should avoid during pregnancy. I’ll see you in the next video.
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