We recommend drinking one tea sachets per day before 4pm for 30 to 90 days or until you begin experiencing the symptoms lessening.
Directions are based on symptom Severity Descriptors:
Mild: (Lasts less than 5 minutes/1 to 2 sweating episodes per night): Take 1 Teabag per day between 12pm to 4pm
Moderate: (Lasts up to 10 minutes/2 to 4 sweating episodes per night): Take 1 Teabag per day between 12pm to 4pm
Severe: (Lasts up to 20 minutes/ 5+ sweating episodes per night): 2 Teabags per day one at 10am and one at 3pm
IMPORTANT: Keep in mind that when you stop taking NIGHT SWEAT TEA, the symptoms may come back.
Whether you are perimenopausal with mild night sweats or have been menopausal for some time, you will get relief with this tea.
Menopause symptoms, like night sweats, occur because the body’s thermostat needs re- adjusting, or balancing. Our Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) enhanced tea is an herbal powerhouse that supports balancing the brain-body hormone response system —just the way Mother Nature intended.
Night Sweat Tea™ is a doctor-formulated organic blend that relieves the frequency and severity of night sweats and restores your natural sleep cycle.*
Organic gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) Oolong tea leaf – regulates brain/body temperature and promotes sleep
Organic Red Clover – contains isoflavones, plant-based chemicals that produce estrogen-like effects in the body
Organic Raspberry Leaf – supports mood changes and irritability from sleeplessness
Organic Black Cohosh – balances hormones and improves sleep
100% organic, third-party tested, and full of vitamins and minerals.
Dietary Information: Non-hormonal, Vegan, Non-GMO, No chemicals, no additives, no metals
* THIS STATEMENT HAS NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE, OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.
Last less than 5 minutes; uncomfortable warmth without sweating or dampness; red or flushed face; mild discomfort; at night you don't wake up; but later notice damp sheets or clothing
Up to 10 minutes; warm to hot; clammy skin; increased heart rate; some sweating; agitated; dry mouth; embarrassed; use fan; remove clothes; open windows even when cold outside; took off layers of clothing; wake up at night
Up to 20 minutes; very hot (burning up); increased heart rate; unusual sensation over skin; severe sweating; anxiety; embarrassment; activity interruption; need to remove clothes; frequent use of fans
Up to 30+ minutes; extreme heat; rolling perspiration; increased heart rate; felt faint or dizzy; legs cramping;; nausea; extreme distress; difficulty functioning; need to take cold shower or hold ice on skin; need to change sheets or pajamas