There is a tea-rrific new addition to the Swanwick family and an introduction is in order. Meet Better Night Sleep Tea - a premium blend of GMO-free, caffeine-free, gluten-free ingredients with a natural orange flavor that have been formulated to the highest of standards.
But do so-called sleepytime teas really work, you ask?
Yes! At Swanwick, each ingredient has been carefully selected for its specific qualities to make bedtime a breeze.
Keep reading to find out about the benefits of each ingredient in Swanwick’s premium tea blend.
Known as the most ancient medicinal herb, chamomile contains unique properties with a variety of health benefits, which include:
This colorful ingredient is best known as a spice used for cooking but it’s also used as an alternative treatment for various health conditions, including:
It comes as no surprise that saffron has been dubbed the “sunshine spice.”
Universally believed to be one of the world’s oldest herbal remedies, licorice has long been used for its numerous health benefits:
For your own safe-tea: Too much licorice can have unwanted side effects. Those with high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, low potassium levels, and kidney disease, should avoid glycyrrhizin-containing licorice products altogether.
This is undoubtedly one of the tastiest spices on the planet. One simply doesn’t call it a curry without ginger. But the health benefits of this magical root is profound:
Don’t you think ginger is one of the few superfoods that are worthy of that term? I think so!
This flavorful, crunchy, and aromatic seed is not only highly nutritious but may also offer an abundance of impressive health benefits, such as:
For your own safe-tea: High doses may interact with certain medications and is unsafe for pregnant women.
Roses are a universal symbol of great and noble love. But one lesser-known part of the rose is the seed-filled bulbs known as rose hips that gained attention for their effective role in health and beauty. These edible seeds are a good source of various nutrients, which have been used for centuries in traditional and folk medicine. The anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties may assist with:
This plant is mainly used to add lemony zing to Thai dishes and, ahem, hot tea. But this citrus flavor is also used as a folk remedy to promote sleep, relieve pain, and boost immunity. Other benefits include:
This is not your average basil. Unlike the sweet basil used in marinara sauce, this green leafy plant has a history with Indian medicine as a treatment for conditions, such as eye diseases. But other significant health benefits include:
This minty herb is not only delicious but also good for your health. The surprising benefits of spearmint include:
These benefits combined are a tonic for the body, mind, and spirit – the magic key to a better night’s sleep. If you are anything like me and you take your brew seriously, you’ll give this premium blend a try.
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