Herbal Infusions- Tranquillity
A combination of herbs that soothes the soul, creating a feeling of complete relaxation. Sip this fragrant herbal infusion to promote a restful night’s sleep, at times of stress or for a moments rest through the day.
Here at The Tea Chest our teas are all hand blended made in small batches, packaged in heat sealed foil lined bags with tear off resealable zip lock enclosure to help maintain freshness. Blended and packaged in the rainforest surrounds of Far North Queensland.
The Tea Chest is a small family, and operated business producing a treasure of teas.
Caffeine Class: Naturally Caffeine Free
How it tastes: Floral and Fragrant
Why it’s special: A fragrant harmonious blend that will ease tension and promote inner peace with every cup. Our teas are all natural - we don't use any artificial flavouring or preservatives.
Tea Type: Herbal Tea
To serve one: Heat 250mls of water to 100°C. Add 1 heaped tsps. of tea, allow to infuse for 5-10 minutes.
Can be brewed 2 – 3 times can also be served as an iced tea.
Chamomile Benefits:Chamomile is commonly regarded as a mild tranquilizer or sleep inducer. It has been used as a natural remedy to reduce inflammation and has a calming effect to treat anxiety and insomnia.
Lavender Benefits: Lavender is a great is a great remedy for anxiety and can improve sleep quality. It has an overall calming effect on the body and can also help reduce pain from inflammation.
Spearmint: Spearmint can play a key role in promoting digestion and soothing an upset stomach. It also has anti-inflammatory properties which makes it beneficial for respiratory health.
Passionflower: Herbalists recommend Passionflower as a powerful nervine tonic to treat stress, anxiety and to help the mind prepare for a restful night’s sleep.
Rose Petals: Consuming Rose Petals in tea is thought to improve menstrual health and reduce anxiety, pain, and inflammatory diseases.
Lemon Balm: Lemon Balm is part of the mint family;it is used in traditional medicine as both a sleep aid and a digestive tonic.
Linden: Common uses for Linden flower tea is at times of colds and flus. Research shows that linden contains mucilage, a sticky substance that can help relieve inflamed membranes in the mouth and throat. It has also been used for many years as a tonic to reduce stress and anxiety.