How to Use?BOIL: Bring fresh, filtered water to 90°C/194°F.
STEEP: Place a tea bag in a cup and add the hot water. Remove the bag after 3 to 5 minutes of steeping.
ENJOY: Sip on your delicious brew.
When to consume?Drink one or two hours before bed.
No Gluten, Soy, Nuts
A Blissful Slumber Awaits
Are you tired of tossing and turning through the night, yearning for a restful slumber? If you’ve tried every trick in the book, from counting sheep to meditation, only to find your insecurities keeping you up, fear not! Embark on a dream-filled journey with our Sleep Herbal Tea, which will put you on the path of relaxation and rejuvenation as you get ready for bed. Awake refreshed and revitalized, ready to embrace the new day without any lingering grogginess.
Who: This herbal tea is perfect if you are:
Finding it difficult to unwind at night.
Dealing with irrelevant scenarios that keep plaguing your thoughts, inducing anxiety and stress.
Worried about next-day grogginess.
Taste Notes: Slightly sweet notes and nudges of cinnamon.
Caffeine Meter: Free
Serving Suggestions: It pairs well with a good book or after a relaxing nighttime yoga session or meditation.
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We’ve got the answers!
Is this addiction-forming?Since it is made from only plant extracts, this herbal tea for sleep is not habit-forming.
Will it improve my sleep cycle?Drinking one cup of this herbal tea for sleep every night will help regulate your sleep cycle. Valerian root for sleep induces calmness and helps relieve anxiety.
What are the benefits of Sleep Tea?Wellbeing Nutrition Sleep Tea contains a fortified blend of Melatonin, Chamomile, Valerian Root for sleep, Lavender, Nutmeg, and more to calm the nerves and relax the mind. It helps reduce problems of lack of sleep, increases total sleep time, and helps you wake up feeling fresh and rejuvenated.
Does it contain Chamomile?One of the 14 potent ingredients in this blend includes Chamomile flowers. This flower is a perfect natural remedy, as the antioxidant present in Chamomile binds to specific receptors in your brain, which decreases anxiety and initiates sleep.
What is the significance of ORAC value, and what is the score in Sleep Tea?ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. It is the metric used to determine an antioxidant's capacity to combat free radicals. The higher the ORAC value, the greater the antioxidant capability of a given antioxidant or product. Sleep Tea has an ORAC score of 550.
Does it contain caffeine?No, this herbal tea for sleep does not contain caffeine.
Does this infusion have any side effects?No, you don't have to worry about any side effects with Wellbeing Nutrition's Sleep Adaptogenic Herbal Tea.
It won't make you sleepy or anything.. only if you go to sleep immediately or at least after an hour you will understand the effects of good sleep, overall I really like the taste.
My work schedule is so packed throughout the day that 7 hours of sleep are necessary. I lacked energy during the day, so to combat that fatigue, I got into the habit of having 3–4 cups of coffee. Result? Poor sleep quality! Sleep adaptogenic tea has been a lifesaver for me. It gives me a good night’s sleep that makes me ready to conquer another day at work. This chamomile tea is the best tea for sleep.
As a devoted coffee lover, the idea of switching to green or herbal teas never appealed to me. This chamomile tea not only surprised me with its taste but also with its effectiveness. I've been enjoying it every night, especially since I've been struggling with sleep issues. It's a delightful addition to my evening routine. I've experienced more peaceful and restorative sleep since I started drinking it. It goes to show that even coffee lovers like me can find solace in the soothing embrace of chamomile tea when in need of a good night's sleep.
I've become a loyal fan of Sleep Tea. It's my nightly ritual now. I can't imagine my sleep without it.
I've tried various sleep aids, but this tea is the most effective by far. It's natural, gentle, and incredibly soothing.
Sleep Adaptogenic Herbal Tea
Nutrition Fact: Melatonin binds to receptors in your brain to reduce nerve activity. Additionally, it can lower dopamine levels, a hormone that keeps you alert. It is also involved in some aspects of your eyes' day-night cycle. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Chamomile has a high concentration of apigenin, an antioxidant that binds to GABA receptors in the brain to induce relaxing, sedative effects and help promote peaceful sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Lavender also increased stage 2 (light) sleep and decreased rapid-eye movement (REM) sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Valerenic acid, found in valerian root, has an impact on GABA receptors, a type of neurotransmitter that helps reduce anxiety and improve mood and sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: The flavonoids and anxiolytic compounds present in the flower induce sound sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: A flavonoid found in licorice called glabridin helps enhance the activity of GABA receptors in the brain, which generate calming alpha waves and promote deep sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Cinnamon contains eugenol, which has sedative properties. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: The alkaloid Harman functions as a sedative. This compound is beneficial for reducing restlessness, insomnia, and nervous anxiety, thereby helping you get a good night's sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: It contains 'trimyristin', a naturally occurring substance that stimulates the release of melatonin, a sleep hormone, and aids in controlling the sleep cycle. Additionally, it aids in nerve relaxation and serotonin release, both of which promote sleep. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Moringa leaf contains unique natural compounds known as pterygospermin and tryptophan, which help with sleep. Tryptophan aids in the synthesis of serotonin and melatonin, which lengthens both the duration of deep sleep (REM) and overall sleep time. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Lemon balm contains rosmarinic acid, which increases the stimulation of GABA receptors and has a sedative or soothing effect. This helps with sleep improvement and anxiety reduction. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: The flowers contain compounds called flavonoids, which are known for their ability to relax the nervous system, help you fall asleep faster, and stay asleep longer. Learn More
Nutrition Fact: Rich in naturally occurring fiber, vitamins, disease-fighting polyphenols, and essential oils that have sedative properties and can help soothe the nerves and promote sleep. Learn More
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