A healthy body needs a healthy mind to work throughout the day, and a healthy mind is an upshot of sound sleep. Insomnia can lead to issues including stress, anxiety, depression, and many other mental health disorders.
Rooibos tea is a naturally caffeine-free tea originating from South Africa, proving to be an excellent alternative to regular green or black tea.
Here are 5 amazing bedtime (Rooibos) teas for sleep that are incredibly effective for a good night's rest.
1. Sole Rooibos Tea (An Ideal Herbal Tea)
This South African sweet-smelling herb is fully enriched with many benefits. As a creamy textured bedtime tea, it can be one of the best alternatives to sleeping medicines.
Its fully antioxidant properties can boost the immunity system and help to maintain blood pressure, curing inflammation and blood sugar levels. It does not contain sedative features but regulates the nervous system to cool down.
A mixture of naturally decaffeinated Rooibos and Finnish blueberry gives a super delicious taste to your bedtime tea.
Not only bedtime, but you can enjoy it at any time of the day. This gentle Southern African herb is readily available in blueberry flavor.
Crowberry is a black or dark purple-colored herb that contains infinite health benefits. It helps in calming stressful nerves caused by fatigue, exhaustion, and insomnia.
This fruit has also been used to treat central nervous system disorders and paralysis in some cases.
Moreover, it can reduce stomach issues including irregular bowel movements and ulcers.
4. Moomin Tea (All Things Fun Are Good For Your Tummy)
This tea, based off the adventures of the Moomin's family is a fun way to improve your sleep. Its decaffeinated properties can help you improve your sleep cycle while enjoying different flavors.
Using this herbal tea can alleviate muscle stiffness, and relax your nerves. Ultimately, you will unwind and feel serene as your body goes into the deep world of sweet dreams.
The box contains 4 different flavours including a unique cheesecake flavour and chocolate cake flavour. Try a different blend every night, make your bedtime exciting!
5. Sandman Tea
This simply leaves your body soothing and relaxing. An eclectic combination of ingredients that help decrease insomnia-related symptoms, including chamomile, cinnamon and vanilla.
This tea not only increases relaxation, but provides antioxidants that can help reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer.
Put that phone away and try a having a cup of herbal tea for a soothing and relaxing evening before you call it a day.
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