Nerve & Sleep Support Tea

This tea is delightful for calming nerves and inducing a peaceful state. Lemon balm and thyme are added specifically for their antiviral properties. There’s nothing more calming after a long day than settling down with a hot cup of tea.

This herbal blend provides a light, fresh taste, and appealing aroma. It’s great for preparing for a busy day ahead or to soothe the spirit before bed.

Winter Wellness Blog | Kolya Naturals, Canada

Nerve & Sleep Support Tea

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  1. In a large mixing bowl, add the lavender, chamomile, oatstraw, lemon balm, passion flower and thyme.
  2. Mix until well blended.
  3. Pour into a 250mL glass jar, then seal and label jar.
Winter Wellness Blog | Kolya Naturals, Canada

Nerve & Sleep Support Tea

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250 mL glass jar

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Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, add the lavender, chamomile, oatstraw, lemon balm, passion flower and thyme.
  2. Mix until well blended.
  3. Pour into a 250mL glass jar, then seal and label jar.

Recipe Notes

Use: Approximately 1 heaping teaspoon per 250 mL hot water or 2 tablespoons per pot of tea. Steep 10 - 20 mins and enjoy throughout the day or one hour before bed to help tuck you in for a peaceful night sleep.

Tip: Use this as a Bath Tea - simply put 3 tbsp in a Muslin Bag and steep in your bath while you reap the aromatherapeutic benefits.

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alecia s.
alecia s.
Alecia has been inspired and fascinated with nature since a young age. She has worked directly with plants for over two decades... from growing them in gardens to enjoying them as food, and regularly using them as medicine. During this time she has been making herbal products for health and wellness and discovered she really loved inspiring and teaching others the ease of making handmade and homegrown products. She has studied and been inspired by herbalists like Rosemary Gladstar, Robert Rodgers, Beverly Gray, Jeanne Rose as well as other local herbalists and horticulturalists.

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