More often times than not, we live extremely busy lives every day. Think about it…Work, kids, school, working out, cooking dinner, cleaning the house, running a business, and more. These are all great things to keep our time occupied; however, sometimes we absolutely need time to take a deep breath and relax. Believe it or not, there are 100’s of natural ways to do this, but with me being a tea and juice fanatic, it’s only fitting that I provide you with common herbal teas used to help relax the body; especially during bedtime.
Lets take a look at a few popular teas to consider when relaxation is a must:
One of the smoothest Herbal Teas that you will taste. This tea comes from the daisy-like flowers of the Asteraceae Family and its flowers are dried & infused in water. According to experts, some of its benefits include: improving steep quality, controlling blood sugar, and improving heart health. Great choice for any night, in my opinion!
Ginger and Turmeric Tea
These 2 roots are some of my favorites to not only use in Herbal Teas, but also in Cold-pressed Juices as well. Each has a very distinct taste that pairs well with each other, plus the health benefits are endless. Improving brain cognition, Aiding in digestion, and positively impacting the skin are only a few benefits that experts believe are associated with this tea and the body. Great choice if you’re looking for a big nutritional impact!
Lemon Balm Tea
This is a go-to tea for those having difficulty sleeping. Outside of helping those with insomnia, this Herbal Tea helps reduce stress, anxiety, and indigestion. It’s hard to go wrong with this tea if you’re looking to improve many sleepless nights.
Final Wrap Up
These are only 3 out of many Herbal Teas that can really spark relaxation in the body and provide other healthy benefits. There’s plenty of information in books and credible websites on this information if you find yourself wanting to seek more.
Roots and Crops Team
*Always consult with your doctor before drinking any tea or using tea as an alternative product*