What I Wish I Knew a Year Ago About Herbal Mixed Tea

A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book.

Archaeological evidence shows that the use of botanical medicinal plants dates back to the Paleolithic age, approximately 60,000 years ago. Written evidence of herbal remedies dates back over 5,000 years to the Sumerians, who compiled lists of plants.

 From our personal gathering knowledge, experience  and research about the best herbal  tea mixed for bedtime quick sleep includes the following list below-

valerian root, lemon balm, passion flower and peppermint herbal mixed tea for quick falling asleep.

Valerian root, spearmint leaf, green cardamon pods, passion flower, chamomile flower, skullcap, rosehip and lavender bud for supporting overall wellness and sleep.

Rooibos tea, orange peel, spearmint, chamomile flower, valerian root and stevia are suitable for red tea sleep over.

Decaffeinated black tea, vanilla and nutmeg for a relaxing sweet treat.

Chamomile and honey to suit a cough that is keeping you awake. Then final but not the least, chamomile flower, lavender buds and lemon balm for lavender scented relaxation.

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How to use herbal  tea mixed for sleeping

While a relaxing tea can certainly help you drift off a little faster, too much tea before bed can keep you up for an entirely different reason. If you don’t want to hop out of bed to answer the call of nature, it’s generally best to finish your bedtime tea at least an hour before you go to bed.

Aim and target to brew and drink your tea 60 to 90 minutes before bed.

If you work out or do anything that provokes physical or emotional stress in the evening, drinking a relaxing tea after (or during) can help you calm down and prepare for sleep.

Other little mindful ways to wind down before bed

The most potent bedtime tea in the world won’t necessarily counter every insomnia trigger.

If you regularly experience trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, these strategies might make it easier to get the beauty rest you warmly need to enjoy

  • Avoid caffein products after lunch.
  • Make a habit of going to bed and waking up at the same time every day.
  • shut off electronics and dim bright lights an hour before bedtime.
  • Create your own nighty wind down routine.
  • Avoid intense workouts during the evening hours.
  • How do you know you’re buying quality tea?

    You can recognize good freshly dried quality tea by the shape of the tea leaves, flower buds, or herbs. Lower quality tea is often crumbled or powdered.

    Good quality herbal tea, on the other hand, will more closely resemble a dried bouquet. This means you’ll probably see pieces of fruit, plants, or flowers in your tea.

    Dried herbs and flowers should have some weight and color to them, along with a fragrance not unlike the fresh plant. Old, low quality herbs feel lightweight, and they probably won’t have as much fragrance or taste.

    Your tea doesn’t have to be top-tier to get the job done, of course, so don’t feel bad about sticking to your favorite stash or Celestial Seasonings blend — we drink them, too!

When it comes to sleep and mental health, this Ben Franklin quote comes to mind: “Early to bed, early to rise makes a person healthy, wealthy, and wise.” Mr. Franklin said this in the days when modern psychology didn’t exist; Sigmund Freud hadn’t been born, nor had the American Psychological Association.

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