Restful Tea - Refill Pack
If you are looking for the best organic chamomile tea to help you sleep, complemented by lemon and lavender based floral notes, you came to the right place. Our certified organic Restful Tea was created for calming the nervous system and putting you in a relaxed state of mind. It is our best tea for sleep, relaxation and treating anxiety.
Ingredients in our loose leaf chamomile tea recipe:
- Chamomile (Matricaria Recutita)
- Lemon Balm
- Lemon Verbena
All carefully selected ingredients are: caffeine free, 100% Australian Certified Organic, free of sugar / artificial colours / flavours.
Store in a cool and dry place, out of sunlight below 30°C. If you are allergic to ragweed, please consult with your healthcare professional before enjoying a cup of our Restful Tea.
- Use 1 heaped teaspoon per cup of freshly boiled water
- Allow to brew for a minimum of 5 minutes
- Leave infusion in for longer for a more full-bodied aroma
- Can be served hot or cold
What does chamomile & lemon balm tea taste like?
Our loose leaf Restful Tea is not a pure blend, but a herbal infusion. It carries hints of floral sweetness from the golden chamomile flowers, that are covering the spring meadows with a carpet of beautiful blossoms.
Lemon balm belongs to the mint family and has a mild taste with a refreshing fragrance. The passionflower and lavender give our Restful Tea its light and airy taste, enjoyed by most.
Perfect on its own or with a drizzle of organic honey.
Is it safe to drink chamomile tea every night?
The basic answer is: Yes, you can drink it every night.
However, as with everything in our lives moderation is the key. Drinking one, two, three or even four cups of our Restful Tea every evening should not lead to any side effects.
Is it safe to drink Organic Merchant’s Restful Tea during pregnancy?
You might have found some conflicting information in regards to whether it is safe to drink chamomile tea during pregnancy. In general, herbal medicinals in the form of concentrates should be avoided during pregnancy, as they are way stronger. However, herbal teas only contain a tiny amount of that dosage. Therefore, enjoying chamomile tea while pregnant is generally regarded as safe.
Furthermore, all our ingredients are certified organic and chemical free. A cup of our Restful Tea is therefore safe to drink during pregnancy.
Please consult with your health care practitioner if you have any concerns.
Chamomile Tea Benefits:
If falling asleep is not always easy for you, and you sometimes spend hours turning and tossing in bed, our organic Restful Tea might just do the trick. Stress and anxiety are ranking among the two leading causes for a lack of sleep.
Chamomile is a herb with feathery leaves and attractive simple white and yellow daisy-like flower heads. Originated in Eastern Europe, the plant is now widely cultivated. The main benefits of chamomile tea include lowering stress levels, aiding sleep and protecting the skin.
The health benefits of our loose leaf Restful Tea are attributed to:
Lemon Balm – Lemon balm is not only incredibly useful for people suffering from insomnia, but can also help with a cold sore. Furthermore, it is often used for reducing stress, treating anxiety and indigestion. In order to increase its effectiveness as a sleeping aid, we combined it lavender.
Chamomile – Apart from leaving you feeling calm and restful, camomile is beneficial to your overall health as it has plenty of antioxidants and antimicrobial properties. Active components of the herb specifically relax the nervous and musculature system, which is why chamomile tea leaves you feeling calm.
Lavender – Additionally to smelling incredibly nice, lavender can help ease your mind and body and help you fall into a deep relaxing sleep.
Passionflower – Besides being used to treat mild sleep irregularities, researchers have found that passionflower may help adults manage anxiety.
We carefully selected the herbs in our Restful blend to calm the nervous system and help achieve a peaceful state. This is our recommendation if you are looking for the best tea for sleep.
Not intended to diagnose in any way. For treatment consult a healthcare professional.
What else does chamomile tea do for your body?
Besides making your eyelids heavy, loose leaf chamomile infusions are traditionally used for protecting the skin, soothing menstrual symptoms, boosting the immune system