Sometimes I find I am too worked up to go to bed, but it’s late and I have to get up in the morning, so I make a nice strong infusion of this tea and let it do it’s thing!
My mind slows down, tension gets released, and I am put into a space where sleep becomes possible.
When using this tea regularly over a longer period of time, I really start to notice how my sleep is improved, I don’t wake up as often and feel better rested in the morning.
All Organic Ingredients:
- Valerian Root
- Rose Buds
It’s quite amazing to me, the power some of these herbs have over my nervous system and mind!
I also get great results with this tea if there have been any particularly stressful situations during the day and I just really need to settle right down, forget the events of the day and relax for the rest of the evening.
These herbs are here to help and quality sleep is such an important factor in my wellbeing that I am grateful to have this blend available to me.
This tea works best (just like all the others) when steeped for an extended period of time. I like to brew 1-2 teaspoons of herbs in a cup of water for at least 15 minutes, but more like 1 hour to get the infusion good and strong.
I do this about an hour or so before bed, so the tea is ready to drink about half an hour before I want to go to sleep. Then I sit quietly, relax with the cup of tea and drink it slowly with mindful attention observing how it is affecting my mind and nerves. Such a wonderful tea for helping to get quality rest.
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