Last Updated: Sep 9, 2020 @ 10:19 am.

What are the best pregnancy teas? We asked a panel of expectant mothers to try out a dozen different teas for pregnancy. Which ones tasted the best? Were most soothing? Best flavor?

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Best Citrus Pregnancy Tea

Organic, caffeine free
Our testers thought this was the best bet for folks who like citrus-y tea. Smooth flavor with notes of lemon, raspberry and orange. No GMO's.
$4.74

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Best Citrus Pregnancy Tea: Earth Mama Organic Peaceful Mama Tea Bags for Pregnancy and Beyond

After testing a dozen different teas for pregnancy, we think Earth Mama’s Organic Tea is the citrus-y flavored tea. It won kudos for flavor, which is blend of chamomile, lemon, oatstraw, orange peel, red raspberry leaf.

What We Liked

• Caffeine free.

• Organic.

• No GMO’s.

• Individually wrapped.

• Good flavor, especially if you are a fan of citrus-y flavored tea!

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Best Raspberry Pregnancy Tea

Sustainably sourced
This raspberry tea is excellent: we liked the touch of spearmint. Nice flavor. Caffeine-free. No GMO's.
$27.99 ($0.29 / Count)

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Best Raspberry Pregnancy Tea: Traditional Medicinals Organic Pregnancy Women’s Tea

We tried out several raspberry pregnancy teas before deciding Traditional Medicinals Organic Pregnancy tea had the best flavor profile. There is also a hint of spearmint, which we was soothing.

What We Liked

 No GOM’s.

• Kosher.

• Caffeine free.

• Individually wrapped.

 

Best Sweet Pregnancy Tea: Pink Stork Labor Prep Tea

If you prefer sweet tea, we’d recommend Pink Stork Labor Prep Tea. We tried out several sweet pregnancy floral teas and there was a clear winner: Pink Stork. It had the best flavor, with a touch of sweetness.

What We Liked

• Sweetened with stevia.

• Organic.

• No GMO’s.

• Combination of chamomile flower, red raspberry leaf and oatstraw leaf.

• An unsweetened version also available.

What Needs Work

• Not everyone likes the flavor. A handful of testers thought this tea was too sweet.

• 30 servings assumes using each tea bag twice. Lots of folks don’t like to do that—where exactly do you put a half-used tea bag?

Why Trust Us

We’ve been rating and reviewing products for expecting parents, babies and families since 1994. We do hands-on testing—we buy the products with our own money .

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