Calming Tea Can Be Good For You!
Calming tea may be an excellent way to include a little zen…
…into your everyday routine. Our teas, which range from traditional chamomile to contemplative matcha, are ideal for calming the nerves and promoting relaxation and well-being.
Here’s the list of calming tea
Mint teas have a lot of calming properties that assist to soothe the body and quiet the mind. Our Lemon Mint Menage is a smooth organic black tea mix with vibrant minty overtones and the invigorating flavor of lemongrass, making it an ideal choice for a calming, energizing morning cup. Another perennial favorite is Morroccan Mint, a mix of the finest Chinese gunpowder tea and high grade spearmint.
Looking for a caffeine-free mint tea? Peppermint creates a relaxing herbal tea that is ideal for unwinding in the evening. Our Lavender Mint tea combines two aromatic and relaxing herbs to create a fresh, gently flowery cup that is delicious hot and even better chilled. Sing Your Song, a throat-soothing tea, combines peppermint, organic lemongrass, organic cardamom pods, organic dried ginger pieces, and organic licorice root for a mint tea with a hint of sweetness and spice. One of our most popular herbals, Alice’s Peppermint Party, combines peppermint and ginger with apples, almonds, hibiscus, and rose for a relaxing, mint-forward cup.
Chamomile Teas as Calming Tea
Chamomile is well-known for its calming qualities, and it creates a pleasant, fragrant cup of calming tea that is suitable for any time of day. Our Egyptian Chamomile is prepared from the best grade chamomile available, and the big, fragrant flower heads provide a sweet and flowery cup that is ideal for relaxing the body and mind. Enjoy it with a dollop of honey for an added pleasure! Meanwhile, our Lavender Lullaby combines chamomile, lavender, rose petals, sweet orange peel, and calendula petals in a handmade organic herbal infusion that helps to soothe away the day and encourage more restful sleep.
Another plant that has been found to reduce tension and promote relaxation is lavender, which makes it a calming addition to many of our teas and herbal infusions. Earl Grey Lavender combines black tea, bergamot oil, and Provence lavender to create a flowery cup with a hint of spice, ideal for an afternoon tea.
And Lavender Lullaby is a specifically created combination of lavender, chamomile, rose petals, sweet orange peel, and calendula petals that promotes slumber and relaxation. Tuscan Sun is a light, flowery mix that combines lavender, apple bits, linden blossoms, lemon balm, rose petals, blackberry leaves, orange blossoms, and blue mallow blooms for a relaxing, restorative cup.
Rose petals have been proved to have a powerful calming effect and have been used for ages in everything from rose water to essential oils. Midnight Rose is a smooth combination of premium Chinese black tea and organic rose petals that produces an aromatic, delicious cup with a sweet, flowery flavor.
Looking for a rose-flavored herbal tea? Rose Petal Raspberry combines rose petals, hibiscus, lemon peel, rose hips, and apple bits to create a sweet, tart tea that’s ideal for unwinding at the end of the day. Lavender Lullaby is a very relaxing combination that combines rose petals with chamomile, lavender, and other herbs recognized for their calming and soothing properties.
Tuscan Sun combines rose petals, lavender, apple bits, linden blossoms, lemon balm, blackberry leaves, orange blossoms, and blue mallow blooms to create a soothing flowery cup of tea. Green Rooibos with Blossom, on the other hand, combines South African green rooibos with rose petals, sunflower petals, freeze-dried blueberries, and cornflower petals to create a gentle, somewhat sweet tea with soothing qualities. It’s a good match as a calming tea.
L-theanine, a unique amino acid that promotes relaxation and stress reduction, is found in most teas produced from the camellia sinensis plant. Matcha, in particular, has greater amounts of L-theanine than other teas, as a result of the tea’s shaded growing phase before harvest. Caffeine and L-theanine are known to produce a peaceful, contemplative state as well as what matcha lovers commonly refer to as a body high.
Is Green Tea Good For Anxiety?
Because of the presence of l-theanine, which can promote feelings of calm and relaxation, green tea can help relieve anxiety. Because green tea contains caffeine, you should drink it in moderation if you are anxious.
Does Chamomile Tea Can Help With Anxiety?
Chamomile tea as calming tea, can assist to alleviate anxiety symptoms. Chamomile has been found to alleviate emotions of worry and poor self-esteem.
How Much l-theanine Is in Green Tea?
Green tea has 6.56 milligrams of l-theanine per gram of tea on average. However, the l-theanine concentration of green tea varies greatly amongst calming tea, with shade grown green teas possessing much higher l-theanine.
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