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Most Relaxing Teas

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Rated 0 points - posted 7 years ago by BBnewgo in category Food & Drink.
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Chamomile Report Abuse
The best for relaxation. For some people it even brings back memories...
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Constant Comment Report Abuse
A mild citrus and spice combination
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Singing Nettle Report Abuse
Don't worry, it won't hurt. Just don't try to make it from fresh stinging nettle with bare hands.
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Dandelion Report Abuse
May take some getting used to, flavor wise, but it is good.
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Ginger Report Abuse
Also helps with the stomach
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Hibiscus Report Abuse
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White tea Report Abuse
Semi-expensive but very, very nice. It's a premium tea.
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Sage Report Abuse
A gentle little herb drink
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Catnip Report Abuse
Yes, humans can have catnip too. It's actually quite relaxing.
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Passionflower Report Abuse
Also thought to help with insomnia
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Lemon Balm Report Abuse
Don't use too much though, otherwise it gets overpowering.
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Lavender Report Abuse
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Yerba Mate Report Abuse
Also called a friendship tea
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Green Tea Report Abuse
Though not a favorite in taste
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