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October 11, 2017 6:15 pm  

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is particularly suited to be taken at night, before bed, as it soothes the mind and helps relax your body. This relaxation feeling will be essential if you have trouble falling asleep. It thus promotes natural sleep (a little extra help to ditch those sleeping pills !) and helps you remain stress-free.

Lavender tea

Lavender is a flower that has been used for centuries, notably as an essential oil and as a drink, for various purposes. Its medicinal benefits have been known for a long time and are particularly appreciated to relieve symptoms of stress, insomnia, and depression. Also, lavender tea can also help soothing digestive problems such as colic, flatulence, bowel infections and an upset stomach. Plus, it tastes great. Just be careful, if you use the essential oil to make your tea, not to put too much of it, as its strength can cause cramps. To be safe, go for a combination tea.

Lemon balm tea

Lemon balm tea is very effective to soothe the nerves and reduce anxiety. This fragrant tea can be mixed with valerian to maximise its effects in the treatment of stress, anxiety and insomnia. Lemon balm can also diminish the symptoms of depression and uplift your mood, as well as improve brain functions and strengthen memory.

Ginger tea

Ginger te ais one of the most powerful and efficient natural teas available on the market. Primarily, it will support your tummy functions and help in the relief of nausea, diarrhoea, indigestion and cramps. Along with all this, it also contains properties soothing stress and making you feel calmer.

Vervain tea

Vervain tea is especially popular in France, where you can find it everywhere. It is especially great taken at night before bed, as it helps you evacuate the stress and tensions accumulated during the day by calming the nervous system. The plant in itself is well-known to effective in the treatment of anxiety and mild depression.


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