Herbs for Relaxation

 

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As we approach the holidays, with all the preparations and decorations, an elevated stress level can seem to be an inevitable component of the season. Here are some herbs recommended for relaxation from our herbalist, Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa:

Lavender flower has been used for centuries to provide a calming effect and improve mood. Lavender flower belongs to the Mint family of plants, which includes many herbs such as sage, thyme, rosemary, savory and oregano. It is often referred to as English Lavender Flower because it formed the basis of England’s lavender oil industry in the 18th century. Lavender is a beautiful, delightfully fragrant herb, and is used in several Yogi teas, including Bedtime, Honey Lavender Stress Relief and Calming. *

Kava root, an herb found in the South Sea Islands, has been shown to have soothing and calming effects. Used for centuries in the South Pacific as a relaxing herbal beverage, this mild, effective herb can help with daily tension and can also help to support sleep at bedtime. Here at Yogi, we use it in our Kava Stress Relief tea. *

Valerian root has been used as a relaxing herb since the times of Ancient Greece, and in the sixteenth century, its fragrant flowers were used as perfume. Today, valerian root is considered to be an herb that promotes relaxation and is widely used in Europe because of its calming effect. Valerian works best when taken right at bedtime to calm the mind to promote sleep, and it can be found in Yogi Bedtime tea. *

California poppy, an American wildflower, is also an herbal relaxant. It is one of the most beautiful and distinctive American wildflowers, and you will find it growing abundantly throughout the lower altitudes of California, southeastern Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. Here at Yogi, it is an active ingredient in our Soothing Caramel Bedtime tea.*

For more information on herbs for relaxation, we welcome you to visit the blog posts below:

 

Feeling Stressed? Lavender and Kava to the Rescue!

Herbs for Yoga, Part 2: Relaxation

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


8 Comments

  • Yolanda Gernant says:

    My son and I really enjoy you r Egyptian Licorice tea. I would love to buy a sampler box of your various teas.

  • Holton solomon says:

    Let me know about all your teas.

  • Yogi says:

    Hello Holton,

    Thank you for your interest in our line of teas! Here at Yogi, we have 60 delicious varieties of herbal, green and black teas, each formulated with a unique flavor and healthful purpose in mind. To view a full list and for more information on each, including ingredients and brewing instructions, visit: https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/calming/

    Be well,
    ~Adriane @ Yogi

  • Yogi says:

    Hello Yolanda,

    Thank you for your kind words! We’re happy to hear how much you and your son enjoy our Egyptian Licorice tea. At this time, we offer one sampler box called Cold Season Sampler that you might be interested in trying. This sampler contains 4 tea bags each of Echinacea Immune Support, Cold Season, Breathe Deep and Throat Comfort. For more information, visit: https://www.yogiproducts.com/teas/cold-season-sampler/

    Be well,
    ~Adriane @ Yogi

  • Ann Brice says:

    I would like to give assorted teas as a gift. Are your teas individually packaged so I could mix them up for several people ?

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for reaching out, Ann! We appreciate your interest in sharing Yogi tea with your friends, and are happy to confirm that our teas come packaged in individually wrapped tea bags. If you have any further questions, we welcome you to email customerservice@yogiproducts.com.

    Be well,
    ~Adriane @ Yogi

  • Kim says:

    I have been drinking Yogi Ginger Tea love the product. Lately at least 3 out a box of 16 tea bags have been breaking apart. I have been drinking tea for years. I am just disappointed that this keeps happening due to the fact that your tea is not cheap. What would you recommend so this does not keep happening.

    Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
    Sincerely,
    Kim

  • Yogi says:

    Hello Kim,

    Thank you for alerting us to your experience. We are sorry to hear about the trouble you’ve been having with the tea bags and apologize for any disappointment or inconvenience that may have been caused. Please email customerservice@yogiproducts.com and we would be happy to follow up with you further.

    Thank you again & Be Well!

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