The #1 Guide For The Best Sleep Time Tea

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How to sleep instantly with herbal tea.

Are you searching for the best way to increase sleep time?

The world has been a bit “topsy-turvy” in the past 14 months with the after-effects of the economy. Many stressors are peeking out and we all seem to be affected to some degree. Family, work, children, parents, it goes on and on and we need to gain some control over our sleeping patterns. Many of us find it has deregulated us and we are racing to find desperate options. Are you asking “Why can’t I sleep when I lay in bed for hours”?

#1. Your best choice is herbal tea

Herbal tea has been used for decades by naturopaths, homeopaths, and acupuncturists. It is considered to have not been easy with the horrifying statistics that we hear every day, which brings on sleep deprivation. I figured out that the best way to get my sleep under control was to experiment with herbal teas. I find I sleep better at night when I sip on a cup of hot herbal tea.

Herbal tea is highly respected and has been used as a household remedy for heart conditions, insomnia, relaxation, and psychological illnesses. It aids with weight loss.

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#2 Tulsi, the Queen of herbs

Tulsi is one of the most common wild, growing plants in Southeast Asia. Also known as “Holy Basil”. This green leafy plant, also known as Ocimum sanctum L.  It has a long history with Indian medicine and is native to Southeast Asia. This ancient medicine helps treat many conditions, from eye diseases to ringworms. It is considered to be a powerful tonic for the body, mind, and spirit. Here is a list of what tulsi has been used for and receives amazing results:

  • Use its fresh flowers for bronchitis.
  • Use the leaves and seeds, with black pepper, for malaria.
  • Use the whole plant for diarrhea
  • Use the leaf when you experience symptoms of headache, nausea, and vomiting.
  • Use an alcohol extract to address the concerns of stomach ulcers and eye diseases.
  • Use pills and ointments for eczema treatment.
  • Use an essential oil made from the leaves for insect bites.
  • Used to relax and calm the mind

#3 Alchemy, the healing potion for the body and soul

The art of alchemy was discovered in the early 18th century when scientists used pharmacology, chemistry, and medicine to manage serious suffering. Sleep deprivation was assessed and common herbs such as chamomile, lavender, and tulsi were prescribed to overcome lack of sleep. Today, you should try to use one or all of the listed herbs to conquer any sleep issues, it is much better to go the natural way than relying on prescriptions. It is best to stay away from any caffeine throughout the day. Even the slightest amount can interfere and put you in a “lack of sleep cycle”.

#4. Be kind to yourself

Sometimes our mind is racing like a gerbil on a wheel, and we just can’t stop it. When that happens, (which it will), be kind to yourself. Rise from your bed and make yourself a cuppa chamomile or lavender tea. If you have lavender aromatherapy oil rub it on your forehead. Sip on a cup and relax your mind. It won’t be long before your start to nod off and find yourself in sleepy land. You will wake up and feel rested. That is the magic of herbal tea.

#5. Sleep is the elixir of life

No matter what is happening in your life, sleep truly is the elixir of life. You can focus, and manage issues way better once you have had the proper sleep time necessary. We make sacrifices not realizing how important it is to have 7 – 8 hours of sleep daily.

Always remember you can end your day with a cup of tea, which will give you gratitude, and the intern will provide you with peace, tranquillity, and a good night’s sleep.

About the Author:


Nancy Prokosh
Hello. I am the owner and president of Tealicious Tea Company, and I have been in this industry for 20+ years. I am certified as a Tea Master. I have a strong and long-term relationship with tea growers worldwide and LOVE keeping up with changes in the industry. I  practice Tai Chi, am an avid skier, continue in the education field and make some pretty good meals. I love sharing my business information and tips. Let’s chat over a cup of tea.

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