According to statistics, we should get seven or more hours of sleep to have enough energy to get through a busy day. But that's easy said and harder done. If you're having trouble falling asleep, you can't sleep or keep waking up instead of getting a restful night's sleep. You're not alone. Quality sleep affects our health, mood, or work performance. Learn which herbs will help you to deep sleep without counting sheep.
For millennia, we have turned to this herb for calming before bedtime. Its history dates back to ancient Egypt or ancient Greece. Its known properties include reducing anxiety and inducing both relaxation and restful sleep. Chamomile also strengthens our immune system thanks to its high antioxidant content.
This blend is a combination of chamomile and lavender, which is known for its relaxing effects. Lavender also contains antioxidants that protect us from outside influences and increases the hormone levels responsible for a better night's rest.
Of course, we can't forget our floral teas, which are naturally caffeine-free. Take a look at our teas in various colours and scents that are perfect for spring.
The butterfly pea flower, characterised by its bright purple colour, is complemented by the delicate flavours of apples, rosehips, lemon, lemongrass, raspberries and honey. You can also try butterfly peas in an iced tea version.
We'll have to wait a little longer for summer, but we have a solution if you want to feel like you're in the middle of the French Riviera. French super blue lavender comes from this region and has a deep blue hue, intense floral flavour and captivating scent.
The next time you have an upset stomach after a heavy meal, try brewing some herbal tea. People have been turning to herbal teas for stomach upsets for centuries. Not only does it help with bloating, but it also aids digestion and has calming effects. Which teas should we focus on?
Peppermint has been used for its properties to soothe the stomach for many years. It also improves digestion, and if your problems are caused by stress, a cup of peppermint tea will not only calm you down but also help relieve anxiety and associated physical ailments.
Ginger combats stomach discomfort with its anti-inflammatory properties. Lemon gives you the necessary vitamin C and boosts your immunity in the spring season. Pregnant women will appreciate this tea as it can reduce the frequency of morning sickness.