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Colic Chai- Limited Edition


NEW COLIC TEA FLAVOUR! A chai tea for breastfeeding mothers with colic or windy babies.

A new flavour of our best selling Colic Tea. Same tea, same benefits and blended with organic chai ingredients for a delicious and warming winter drink. 

This is a herbal tea, not recommended with milk. 20 Tea Bags per pouch.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ " I have definitely noticed a difference in my Bub since drinking the tea. He is able to get his burps and gas out a lot easier. THANK YOU!" Jaie

In a recent survey, 90% of Mothers saw an improvement in their baby within a few days.  

No longer breastfeeding? This tea is beneficial for mum's digestions and can be drunk even when your breastfeeding journey comes to an end.

Ingredients: Organic Aniseed, Fennel, Caraway, Nettle, Cinnamon Chips, Ginger Chips, Cardamom Seeds, Cardamom Pods, Cracked Peppercorns, Whole Cloves, Nutmeg chips

Expiry Date approx 2 years from purchase

    • Caffeine free
    • Natural and 100% organic ingredients
    • Fenugreek Free
    • Proudly Australian Owned and Made
    • Naturally FREE FROM gluten, soy and dairy, and sugar.
    • Naturopath Formulated
    • Family owned Mother- Daughter business
    • ECO / SAFE PACKAGING - Recyclable and compostable packaging (tea bags option) The tea bags are plastic free, GMO-Free, all-natural and fully biodegradable, made from cornstarch fibre There are no chemicals used in the manufacture of the material. Packed in biodegradable and compostable eco cello and a recyclable box.
    • All Teas expire approx 2 years from the purchase date. Can be used in conjunction with probiotics, or other over-the-counter colic treatments. 
    • Award winning 
    • Suitable to be drunk by breastfeeding mothers, from birth.
    • Colic Chai has a sweet and delicious aromatic taste with notes of cinnamon and ginger

1 cup a day for a mild effect, up to 3 cups a day for full effect. Can be drunk hot or chilled after brewing


Organic Aniseed, Fennel, Caraway, Nettle, Cinnamon Chips, Ginger Chips, Cardamom Seeds, Cardamom Pods, Cracked Peppercorns, Whole Cloves, Nutmeg chips

Note this tea does not contain Fenugreek


ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY BEFORE 1PM ( excluding preorders or sale periods)

All orders over $80 free standard shipping

Standard Post $10 - Standard shipping times apply (estimate 2-5 business days, usually)

Express with Australia Post  $15 - Estimate 1-2 business days delivery

We are located in Australia. All standard Australian order are sent either via Australia Post or Aramex. Express order are sent with Express Australia Post

We know you need help right now mama, so all orders are sent same day if ordered before 1pm NSW time

Purchases made on weekends and public holidays will be processed on the next business day.

All dispatch and delivery times are estimates only and may be subject to delays due to processing and postal/carrier delays and matters beyond our control.

Shipping notifications will be sent when the parcel has been dispatched.

We do not ship internationally

    Authority To Leave
    If you have not given authority to leave the parcel, and if you are not at home to receive your delivery a delivery attempt notice will be left and your order will be left at your local post office for collection.

    Delivery Conditions
    Once a delivery has been picked up by the courier, it is no longer our responsibility. It is the customer’s responsibility to inform us if an order has not arrived.

    Please contact us if you have any issues with delivery or delays. 

    Please note delivery time frames cannot be guaranteed. In some instances, it is not always possible due to unforeseen circumstances or events beyond our control.

    What is colic in babies?

    Colic in babies is the constant crying, fussing, or screaming for several hours a day, with no apparent cause for the upset. It generally occurs between 6 pm and midnight and can be accompanied by a distended belly, clenched fists, and inability to pass gas easily.

    How to soothe a colic baby?

    A colic baby can be soothed through multiple methods, and each baby may require different treatment. Some breastfeeding mothers may find that a change in their diet; cutting out dairy, soy, and other foods can help ease bub's digestive system. While others may look at introducing a herbal or medical supplement (like Colic Tea or Probiotics) to help settle bub's digestive discomfort. Finally, other methods include warm baths, 'colic massages,' and feeding in a more upright position to help pass the gas.

    How Long Does Colic Last?

    Colic typically starts to peak within babies from around 6 weeks of age and will usually go away from 3 to 4 months of age. Most babies will significantly improve after this time, and by 5 months, their colic should evaporate.

    What Causes Colic in Babies?

    The cause of Colic is unfortunately unknown. Many suggest that it may be due to bub's immaturity of their bowels and small intestine. Others suggest it is due to food intolerances, allergies, or that it may simply be gas or wind that's unable to be passed.

    How do I know if my baby (newborn) has colic?

    To identify colic in your baby, there are several things to look for, these include; Excessive crying or screaming (as if they are in pain). Predictable timing of the outbursts and episodes, typically at night to early morning. Facial discoloring, such as skin flushing or blushed cheeks. Body tension; of stiffened legs, arms, and clenched fists can also be a sign of colic.

    Why does Colic happen at night?

    One theory for the reason colicky babies are more unsettled at night is that serotonin level peaks in the evening. This imbalance is supposed to cause colic. It is not until the baby starts making melatonin, which relaxes the intestinal muscle.

    Do we have other products?

    Yes we do! Our other top products include our Lactation Tea, Lactation hot chocolate, Lactation Chai Latte, Pregnancy Tea & Colostrum Collection Kit! 

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