We would recommend to brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Relaxation Tea is a harmonious Herbal Tea that balances the mind, body and spirit. It is the answer to a stressful day or the perfect choice for starting it well in the first place. Flavoursome, alluring and nutritional to the last sip, it will have you brewing up another in no time. Relax and have a cup of Tea with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, where everything is packed fresh to order.
Herbs Used in Tea for Relaxation
Relaxing Tea ingredients begin with a delightful combination of Green Honeybush and Rooibos Tea, both of which grow exclusively in South Africa. We then add Fennel and Camomile Tea alongside aniseed and safflowers to create a match made in heaven.
Indeed, those hoping to find a Tea that helps you relax needn’t look any further than here. Our Relaxation Tea will, undoubtedly, impress.
Does Relaxation Tea Have Caffeine?
In reality, the best Tea to relax you is one void of caffeine. This stimulating chemical compound exists in “real” Tea from the Camellia sinensis (Tea) plant and Roast Coffee.
When consumed, caffeine famously provides an energy kick that, while useful at times, can also cause side effects. You’ll be pleased to know, then, that the infusion you’re about to try is 100% caffeine-free. What could be better than that?
How to Make Relaxation Tea
- Add Relaxing Herbal Tea to a Tea Filter or Infuser.
- Place the item in a mug or cup.
- Boil water to 100°C and pour it over the leaves and flowers.
- Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: No accompaniments required.
Tasting Notes: Embrace a sweet-smelling and surprisingly delicate flavour with sweet, earthy, herbaceous notes and refreshingly floral undertones.
Benefits of Relaxation Tea
The ingredients found in our Relaxing Loose Leaf Tea serve numerous medicinal purposes. Rooibos Tea, for instance, is renowned for its antihistamine properties. According to a 2001 study, drinking it can decrease and, in some cases, eradicate hay fever symptoms.
The phytoestrogenic properties of Honeybush, on the other hand, can, according to a 2006 study, reduce discomfort caused by menopause.
Then there is Fennel Tea, which, according to a 2012 review, can aid digestion. Additionally, evidence from 2016 shows that it relieves Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Equally promising are the Camomile Flowers included, not least their acclaimed ability to combat insomnia.
Even Safflowers have huge potential by improving blood sugar levels, lowering cholesterol, fighting inflammation, and soothing dry skin.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)