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    Can tea help you sleep?

    by Kimberley Wright July 06, 2023 2 min read

    Can tea help you sleep?

    One question I get asked all the time is 'Can tea help you sleep?'

    It seems a great night sleep is elusive for so many of us, so........

    Let’s chat about the best herbs that can help you sleep, and the teas you can find them in.

     

    Chamomile:

    Is there anything more synonymous with relaxation & sleep, than chamomile?

    With anti-inflammatory properties and a calming effect on the nervous system, chamomile tea is the ultimate for a little zen, and has been used as a relaxant & nightcap for centuries (it’s earliest recorded use for medicinal purposes is 1550 BC).  

    Find it in: Chamomile, Dreamweaver, Sleep Like My Husband.

    Lemon balm:

    Used as long ago as the Middle Ages, lemon Balm is a calming herb that has been used traditionally to reduce anxiety, it has a gentle sedative effect on the nervous system, meaning it may aid in sleep.

    Find it in: Sleep Like My Husband, Dreamweaver.

     

    Lavender:

    The sleep support OG , Lavender has been used traditionally to reduce anxiety, depression, reduce stress & promote restful sleep. Lavender has a gentle sedative effect. It’s widely agreed lavender originated in the Mediterranean, however it is know the Egyptians used perfumes using lavender over 2,500 years ago.

    Find it in: Dreamweaver, Sleep Like My Husband

     

    Passionflower:

    Passionflower boosts GABA, a compound that decreases brain activity allowing for rest. For this reason, it has been popular for supporting sleep, reducing anxiety & restlessness, and to treat insomnia. Passionflower is not recommended for those that are pregnant or breastfeeding.

    Find it in: Sleep Like My Husband

    Dreamweaver Sleep Tea  Sleep Like My Husband Sleep Tea by Glow Tea  Organic Chamomile Tea, by Glow Tea

     

    Which is the best option for pregnant / breastfeeding mothers?

    Chamomile & Dreamweaver are safe for everyone (including kids) to consume, but there’s just something about the lavender & orange combo that helps Dreamweaver top our list!

    Need a little extra help getting to sleep & staying asleep?  Why not try our Sleep essential oil blend alongside your nightly cuppa of sleep tea?

    Or check out our sleep support bundles & save 15%!