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What is a good calming tea?
Sometimes life just doesn’t let you escape to find total peace in la-di-da luxury retreats surrounded by serene blue seas. So what can you do when your mind feels like a boiling kettle that just won’t switch off? Put it to good use brewing a warm and comforting cup of calming tea of course!
Relaxing with a nourishing, caffeine free, stress relieving tea may help to improve your sleep, let you unwind and help find your happy place. Soothing brews like The Quiet Mind, one of our popular wellness teas, uses aromatic infusions of adaptogenic herbs to settle a stressed mind and help you breathe more easily.
Achieve your quiet mind with a beautiful blend of ingredients helping you reach a calm focus. The gentle tang of apple, peppermint, chamomile and lemongrass refresh the senses while the healing blend of elderberry, ashwagandha, strawberry leaves, lavender, sage, linden, eucalyptus, schisandra, ginseng, blue mallow petals and echinacea team up to combat stress, allowing a zen-like approach to your day no matter what it brings.
Stay calm and carry on with popular Mint Mix and Just Peppermint, where a single sniff and a solitary sip will soothe the senses and have you sighing out all your stresses. Another popular restful herbal tea is Just Chamomile, a calming infusion of chamomile flowers promising oh-so-relaxing, blissful sleep.
The gentle aromatics and subtle sensations of our Relax Loose Leaf Herbal Tisane blends chamomile, juniper berries, lemon verbena, hibiscus, lemongrass, lavender and rose petals to calm the over-active squirrels in your brain and lead you to a place of quiet contemplation. Day or night, Relax is a herbal tea with all the ingredients to keep you calm.
How does a calming tea work?
The best calming teas contain a selection of plants with natural sedative properties to soothe and settle a busy mind, such as chamomile, valerian, lavender, hops and lemon balm. Stress relieving teas are usually caffeine free herbal blends, so they create an even keel and a smooth passage as you navigate your way through the day.
A morning brew of The Quiet Mind or Relax means your mental calamities don’t reach mountainous proportions, and an evening tipple of our teas for sleep including Sleep Tight, and Sweet Dreams sends you sweetly off to the land of nod without a worry in the world.
For the ultimate partnership in rest and relaxation teas, explore our Sleep and Stress duo pack, featuring the calming benefits of The Quiet Mind and Sleep Tight.
Can tea really relax you?
Rituals can relax you, so even the habitual process of making tea can create a sense of calmness during times of stress. What have we always done in a crisis? We’ve put the kettle on!
Tea has long been revered for its ability to calm the farm and put worldly worries into perspective. Choose calming teas in times of stress and you are well on your way to achieving a zen state while world war three erupts around you. No need for lengthy meditations – just sip away your crises with calming herbal tisanes and namasté notions will help you float through the chaos, serene smile intact.
What tea is best for calming nerves?
The caffeine free de-stress teas in our Wellness collection have all the goods needed to calm things down, but which is best will be up to you.
Brew teas which have a calming effect such as The Quiet Mind, Relax, or Gone Surfing, and see how you feel. Unwind of an evening with the best calming tea for sleep - Just Chamomile, Sleep Tight or The Dreamer - and see which helps you to sleep like a baby and wake with a smile.
When those nerves have your tummy in a turmoil, try our tea for digestion, including Just Peppermint or Mint Mix – the age-old remedy for unsettled tums.
What tea is good for depression and anxiety?
Various clinical studies have concluded that certain teas such as green and chamomile along with tea blends containing lemon balm and ashwagandha are thought to provide relief from depression and anxiety. What a tealicious way to put the spring back in your step!
Try The Quiet Mind during the day and Sleep Tight at night to calm an anxious mind.
Can green tea reduce stress?
Some studies have shown that green tea consumption may be effective at reducing stress and anxiety due to increased dopamine and serotonin production. Another great reason to enjoy your daily greens in a teacup! But green tea does contain some caffeine which is a stimulant not a relaxant, so go easy.
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