Tea to help with sleep
Many people find it hard to drop off peacefully into a good nights rest and want to know which is the best sleep tea. So much so that we are often asked about tea to help with sleep? Which is the best night time tea?
With daily life being so busy and or full of stresses it can be hard to switch off at the end of the day. But getting a decent herbal tea for sleep to help you feel relaxed and help you sleep well is important for your mind, body and overall well-being.
That is why at Its tea we have a few options when it comes to teas to help you relax, sleep aid teas and bed time tea. We wont tell you this one is the best because we have a choice. We will let you chose what is the best tea to help you sleep.
Best Bedtime Teas
As the name suggests Sweet Dreams Herbal tea is a perfect blend of herbs and fruit to help you wind down before bed. The mix of lemon balm leaves, lavender flowers, rooibos and camomile will gently lull you into a state of relaxation in an enjoyable and natural way.
Most people are familiar with the idea of camomile as a tea to help sleep. Made from the blossoms of daisy like flowers it has a delicate earth sweet taste and soothing qualities. This is why you will often see it included in herbal tea blends aimed at promoting relaxation.
It can be enjoyed on its own, or added to other blends, some like to enjoy it with a little bit of honey for extra sweetness.
We have a new range of hemp teas made with hemp leaf which has natural stress relieving qualities. We think this caffeine free hemp blend is a great option for those looking to relax and destress after a long day. Hemp leaves, fennel, orange and camomile are just some of the ingredients that make this a yummy evening time drink.
Lavender has been used to settle the nerves for centuries. It has a relaxing smell and can make a relaxing tea ! This is another great tea to have in your collection, like camomile it is lovely on its own or great added to other teas.
Relax Herbal Dream is a great mix of caffeine free herbs to get you ready for sleep. Verbena leaves, rooibos, camomile and rose hips are included because of their natural slumber inducing effects. While orange peel and sweet blackberry leaves add a fruity note.
Verbena or Lemon Verbena is a herbal tea made from gently aromatic leaves with a light lemony taste. It is refreshing and relaxing and said to be good for digestion, muscle aches and a natural relaxant. A cup of this after you eat and before bed could be a helpful addition to your routine if you struggle with switching off at night time.
Last but certainly not least, Calming Moments. A good blend for any one exposed to stress. The composition of ingredients have been chosen for their soporific effects. Lemon balm, cinnamon, hops, hawthorn, cloves, orange peel, pieces of dried strawberry make this a wonderfully dreamy tea blend.
These are some of our suggestions regarding sleep inducing teas, if you are curious about herbal teas with other functions and benefits you can find more information in our previous blog Herbal Teas With Health Benefits.
We hope this was helpful and that you get a good nights sleep!