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Sleep Tea 


Rose, Melissa, chamomile, and lavender are well-known herbs that have been traditionally used for their calming and sleep-promoting properties. While individual experiences may vary, here are some potential benefits of these botanicals for sleep:

  • Rose: Rose has a soothing and relaxing aroma that can help alleviate stress and anxiety, which are common culprits for sleep disturbances. 

  • Melissa (Lemon Balm): Melissa, also known as lemon balm, is a herb with a pleasant citrusy scent. It has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for insomnia and anxiety.

  • Chamomile: Chamomile is one of the most popular herbs used for promoting sleep and relaxation. It contains a compound called apigenin, which may bind to specific receptors in the brain and exert sedative effects. Drinking chamomile tea before bed is a common practice to calm the mind, ease tension, and improve sleep quality.

  • Lavender: Lavender is widely recognized for its soothing scent and ability to promote relaxation. 

It's important to note that while these botanicals have a long history of traditional use for sleep, individual responses may vary. Some people may find them extremely helpful, while others may experience more subtle effects or have different preferences for scents. If you have chronic sleep issues, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance.


Pour 1 cup of water over 1–2 teaspoons of tea

Steep it for 5-10 minutes before drinking. You can drink the tea two or three times a day.

Make sure to make the tea in a tea strainer or a coffee plunger. Do not eat the flowers


Approx 30gms in each

approx 7 serves. You can reuse the tea twice or three times, depending on the strength you would perfer. 

Not recommended during Pregnancy, Breastfeeding

Sleep Tea

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