Calming and relaxing herbal tea ingredients
7 Relax Tea ingredients
Tulsi/ Holy Basil is native to India. It has long been revered in the ayurvedic tradition for its soothing and tonifying effects on the body, mind, and spirit. Holy Basil has adaptogenic properties, which means it helps the body adapt to the effects of stress, aids in the stabilization of physiological processes, and promotes homeostasis. This herbal sleep tea ingredient also has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties. In one six-week study, those taking Holy Basil significantly improved stress scores, sexual and sleep problems, and symptoms like forgetfulness and exhaustion. This is why is herb is an ingredient in our relax tea.
Lemon Balm packs a powerful punch; it is notably mood-enhancing, has anti-anxiety action, and can help with insomnia—especially when combined with other herbs. It’s also carminative and will alleviate digestive issues, gas, and colic. Most interestingly perhaps, lemon balm is potently antiviral, and studies have shown.
Passionflower: This calming and relaxing herb has a long history in South America. And in a recent study, a homeopathic preparation of passionflower reduced both anxiety and sleep disturbances after four weeks of use in sleep-disturbed patients. The study even went as far as to say this preparation could be used instead of psychotropic drugs as a first intervention for these types of issues.
Cardamom is related to ginger and can be used in much the same way to counteract digestive problems. Use it to combat nausea, acidity, bloating, gas, heartburn, loss of appetite, constipation, and much more which improves a better sleep. This spice helps the body eliminate waste through the kidneys.