Relax Tea Blend is your chance to slow down and unwind in the most perfect way. Unlike any other tea blend, this deliciously tasteful blend can be brewed into one of the most calming and soothing cups of tea anyone could ask for. This heavenly blend is a holy collaboration of Holy basil, catnip, and lemon balm.
Enjoy the warm, earthy yet zesty notes of this fine quality hand-crafted tea blend while brewing and drink it to calm your anxiety and stress. You can also drink Relax Tea Blend as an after supper tea to tackle indigestion, heartburn, colic, flatulence, abdominal cramps, body aches, headaches, and a restful night’s sleep. With zero stress in your system, you will definitely enjoy the deep slumber that’s sure to follow.
Steep 1 tablespoon with 8oz. of boiled water for 5 to 10 minutes, strain, and enjoy.
About the Ingredients
Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) is an aromatic flowering perennial, commonly known as Tulsi or Tulasi. According to Chakra Samhita, Holy Basil is hailed as ‘the incomparable one’. In Indian culture, it is hailed as the emblem of achieving spiritual enlightenment and fidelity.
Holy Basil is known for upgrading the body’s health in various ways. It lowers blood sugar levels, corrects lipid profile, reduces fever, soothes joint pain, protects against a variety of infections, eases stress, and caters to gastrointestinal ailments. It is regarded as an antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory agent.
Catnip (Nepeta cataria) is a gigantic herbaceous perennial that serves as a hot spot for cats. It has a square-shaped stem with fragrant pink or white flowers and brownish-green triangular leaves.
Catnip is insanely popular among tea lovers. Medicinally, it is known to cater to nervous disorders, especially depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia, and other sleep disorders. For women, catnip has proved to be an impressive emmenagogue as it induces menstruation and reduces menstrual cramps. Also, it tends to digestive issues, such as flatulence, bloating, loss of appetite, and intestinal cramps.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a tiny yet cheerful plant that is capable of bringing joy to any kitchen apothecary or yard. This 3 ft. tall herbaceous perennial has leaves that exude a lemon-like scent. Its tiny sweet white-colored flowers are brimmed with nectar that both humans and pollinating agents cannot resist.
For millennia, lemon balm has been used to comfort depression, insomnia, heart diseases, viral infections, muscular spasms, body aches, and gastrointestinal disorders. It boosts cognitive functions which help depressive mood, nervous exhaustion, memory, and focus.