Let the nodes of lavender help you drift into a better slumber.
Insomnia suffers often find it difficult to get away from certain triggers such as the stresses of a busy lifestyle or noise pollution, this tea has been used for centuries to help people who are feeling restless, successfully bringing them a feelings of peace and ease. Lavender has been used for centuries as a pain reliever, treatment for insomnia and indigestion.
Lavender tea is widely used to help with:
- Pain Relief
- Respiratory issues
- Uplift your spirit
Tea has an amazing way of benefiting the body and mind
‘Strange how a teapot can represent at the same time
The comforts of solitude and the pleasures of company’-
(Zen Haiku quotes).
The perfect accompaniments
To add more complexity to your brew try adding chamomile, thyme or rose buds. This will add flavor and additional health benefits. It’s the perfect host tea, going especially well in the afternoon with baked goods. This tea is also great served cold as a refreshing drink in warmer weather
Like most teas; brewing could not be easier.
- Place the lavender buds into a tea strainer or tea ball.
- Place into the cup or mug.
- Pour hot water over the tea strainer to fill the mug or cup.
- Let steep for 10 minutes.
- Enjoy a refreshing and calming drink.
The Importance of Tea.
In many cultures tea drinking is a primary source of meditation and relation, this can help many people reduce stress disorders, which are becoming more common with the demands of modern day living.
To clear the mind and invigorate the soul and senses I recommend this tea as well, Thank you for reading!
“Tea … is a religion of the art of life.”
― Kakuzō Okakura, The Book of Tea.