Can I just have one moment all by myself to step back and relax? 

Yes, all of us are victims of this endless sprint and it doesn’t seem like it’ll pause anytime soon. Inner-peace seems like an unaffordable luxury while we are bound to collect pressure all around us on a daily basis. There are times that we experiment with different tactics to de-stress ourselves and today we are going to touch on a super easy and proven trick for relaxation.

What if your tea can de-stress you in an instant? Tea is an all-natural and affordable solution to calm ourselves. In this article, we are going to learn how a cup of tea can help to combat our stress, and touch on a few well recognized relaxing teas. Here we will mainly focus on some herbal teas rather than traditional black teas and green teas, not because they are poor solutions for relaxation, but because many people don’t like to have any caffeine in their tea when they try to relax.

When it comes to relaxing tea, there are hundreds of caffeine-free blends available in the market, but there are a few key ingredients that you should search for. Chamomile is a must-have for any relaxing tea.  You will also find some other herbs such as Lemon Verbena, Linden, Rosemary, Blackberry leaf, Rosehips, and such other herbs to add more relaxing and antioxidant properties to the blend. In addition to these conventional herbs, Hemp tea has marked its name slowly on the list as a result of its newfound health benefits as well as positive market trends.

Best relaxing tea blends and how they calm you

Chamomile tea: It has been revealed that the compounds you get by drinking a cup of herbal tea, like chamomile, can help to relax your central nervous system and thereby to impose a calming effect on your mind and body.  Chamomile was also found to improve daytime functioning in insomnia patients according to some medical research. In addition to relieving both stress and insomnia, Chamomile has many other health benefits, including boosting immunity, reducing muscle spasms and stomach pain. Chamomile is a powerhouse of antioxidants, and as a powerhouse of antioxidants promotes anti-aging by accelerating cell and tissue regeneration. 

Hemp tea: When it comes to hemp tea, CBD (Cannabidiol) is regarded as a common compound extracted from the hemp plant.  It is a non-psychoactive component full of vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants, and fatty acids. This miraculous tea can offer us many health benefits such as anxiety and depression relief, elimination of sleeping disorders acts as an anti-inflammatory, and eases chronic pain as well as lowers blood pressure. It also eases symptoms of nausea and respiratory problems. 

Rosemary tea: Rosemary is a known herb to improve mental alertness by increasing memory and concentration. Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation. This tea is often combined with other ingredients as a blend, rather than making into a tea on its own. 

Linden tea: Linden is also a centuries-old herb that has helped people to release anxiety. It also has a known impact on easing insomnia and improving relaxation. 

These are few among many super relaxing teas that we come across in our daily life. These amazing natural gifts are the best medicine you could have to help ease your stress during your busy lifestyle. Start to relax today by grabbing this natural mood remedy and take advantage of their amazing health benefits.