Do you constantly struggle in some way with sleep? Do you feel tired and worn down nearly everyday? Have you ever tried tea therapy?
Well, you read that right. Tea is an aromatic beverage but not everyone is aware of its calming and relaxing properties. There are certain teas that aid in better sleep and provide solutions for health issues.
So here’s a list of teas that help inducing sleep.
Chamomile Tea is popularly known for its medicinal properties as well as beauty benefits. Native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, the Chamomile flower blossoms during early summers.
Try this herbal remedy for various health benefits and as a remedy for insomnia as its mild sedating properties will give you relief from troubled sleep.
Lemon Balm Tea is prepared from Lemon Balm, a herb belonging to the mint family.Lemon Balm has been used in aromatherapy for centuries because it’s pure, and sweet aroma promotes a feeling of relaxation. Drinking lemon balm tea helps induce sleep and has a calming effect on your mind.
Peppermint Tea is often used for stress relief and relaxation. Drinking peppermint tea before bed gives you a more restful sleep. Its benefit actually stems from the menthol content of the herb which relaxes the muscles and helps you dream more vividly. Try having a cup of peppermint tea and snore away to glory!
Lavender Tea relieves stress, improves mood, promotes restful sleep, reduces inflammation, lowers skin irritation, prevents infections, eliminates dandruff, and soothes stomach bloating. Need more reasons to try it, do you?
Ginger & Turmeric Tea sets the tone for a restful sleep and supports the healing needs of the body. The power packed tonic is made from four main ingredients: Turmeric, ginger, lemon and honey. Try this quick therapy before bed time and let the tea work its magic while you sleep.