Sleep Well Tea

    Sleep Well Tea


    A bedtime tea that has been traditionally known to have calming effects on the body and mind to induce sleep. It is recommended to drink 1 cup about an hour before bedtime. Who will not want to sleep like a baby? A good night's sleep is one of the most essential and integral parts of a healthy and productive routine. Whereas, due to the fast paced nature of the world most of us often find it difficult to sleep peacefully. The “Sleep Well’ tea blend range is designed in order to provide you with the calm and peace of mind significant for good sleep. The different calming flavors soothe your senses and help you relax, relieving you of all the tension and stress. The “Sleep Well” blend clears your mind and allows you to                  get deep sleep, essential for a productive next day.

    Best Seller!Sleep Well Organic Herbal Tea (Organic)Packed with all natural ingredients, this herbal blends helps younaturally fall asleep. Does not cause dizziness and drowsiness-like many OTC or RX medications on the market. May you get a restful night's rest.

    Spearmint (Mentha spicata)- A Mediterranean mint, milder than peppermint, mild aroma and sweet. Known as the garden mint, it is often mistaken for peppermint. Many health benefits of include:


    • Improves Digestion
    • Balance Hormones
    • Boost the Immune System
    • Soothes Cramps
    • Germ-Killer
    • Aids In Indigestion
    • Soothes a Sore Throat


    Stevia Leaf- Part of the sunflower family (Asteraceae), a natural sweetener that is said to be 200-400x sweeter than sugar. If you so choose, only a pinch is needed to sweeten your tea. Many health benefits include:


    • A Healthier Alternative for People with Diabetes
    • Prevent Certain Forms of Cancer
    • Lower Blood Pressure
    • Promotes Weight Loss
    • Source of Fiber, Protein, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium
    • Gluten-Free
    • No Allergic Reactions


    Passion Leaf (passiflora incarnata)- Herb of tranquility. One of thebest herbal remedies used for food, consumed as a beverage, andtherapeutic purposes. Native to North and South America warm climates, there are many species that are now cultivated aroundthe globe.Many health benefits include:


    • Commonly used to treat insomnia
    • Reduces symptoms of withdrawal of nicotine, opiates, marijuana
    • Reduces anxiety
    • Reduces insulin levels
    • Used to treat panic disorders
    • Helps with irregular heartbeat
    • Helps with high blood pressure


    Lemon Balm Leaf (Melissa officinalis)- A native of Europe. A memberof the mint family, and blooms in late summer with small whiteflowers. The leaves are mostly used, making the lemon-scentedleaves a great addition to flavor dishes.Many health benefits include:


    • Insect repellent
    • Used to make toothpaste
    • Protects against heart and liver problems
    • Helps in treating herpes
    • Powerful antioxidant
    • Can regulate overactive thyroid
    • Anti-inflammatory
    • Naturally soothes PMS symptoms
    • Helps you feel calmer


    Lemongrass- An aromatic herb used in many herbal tea blends. Coming from the grass family Poaceae, lemongrass is used for its distinct lemon taste and citrusy aroma without the bitterness of lemon. Many health benefits include:


    • Treats insomnia
    • Relief from stomach disorders
    • Lowers cholesterol
    • Detoxifies the body


    Peppermint (Mentha piperita)- Native of Europe, this hybrid mint, is a cross between watermint and spearmint. A strong, sweet, and cool mint used to add flavor or fragrance to food, soaps, toothpaste, mouthwash. Many health benefits include:


    • Helps with Chest and Nasal Congestion
    • Skin Conditions
    • Helps Pain from Toothaches
    • Stomach Pains (Cramps)
    • Nausea
    • Headaches
    • Cold and Flu Symptoms
    • Bronchitis


    Lavender Flower (Lavandula officinale)-  A relative to mint, lavender is commonly used for its essential oils. a precious herb used since ancient to modern times has a hint of mint and rosemary taste. Many wonderful health benefits of lavender include:


    • Promote a Restful Sleep
    • Soothe Stomach Bloating
    • Lower Skin Irritation
    • Improve Mood
    • Reduce Inflammation
    • Reduces Fevers
    • Purifies the Air


    Chamomile Flower- Two types of chamomile is used for medicinal purposes although there are many types. Roman: Chamaemelum Nobile (anthemis nobilis), when stepped on, it remains upright, grows better, and fills the air with an apple-like scent. German: Thought to be the chamomile of ancient times and the best chamomile for the night. Many health benefits of the great herb include:


    • A natural tranquilizer
    • Helps you fall Asleep Easily
    • Use to treat eye infections (Pink Eye)
    • Helps reduce inflammation and fights infections in the bladder
    • Relieves nausea
    • Body Relief from Menstrual Cramps
    • Antiseptic and antibacterial for skin wash or burn bath


    Catnip- The anti-stress medicinal herb also named catmint (Nepeta catavia), is a member of the mint family and native of England. Can be found in parts of the U.S. Not a difficult plant to grow and can be grown in a container. Many health benefits of catnip include:


    • Not just for cats!
    • A natural sedative
    • Stress reliever
    • Anti-dandruff rinse for the scalp
    • Helps with PMS (Cramps)
    • Soothing sleep Aid
    • Helps Ease Drug and Nicotine Withdrawl
    • A Natural Antacid


    Scullcap- A well-respected nirvines in herbal remedies (Scutellaria laterifolia). A Native American herb, nicknamed Quaker Bonnet because of the helmet-shaped flowers. A nerve tonic, rich in minerals to strengthen the nervous system. Many health benefits include:


    • Recommended for all Nerve Disorders
    • Helps with Withdrawl from Cigarettes, Alcohol, and Drugs
    • Alleviate Tension
    • Relieves Anxiety
    • Increased Antioxidant Activity in the Liver
    • To be Ingested in Moderation


    Directions: 1 tsp.| 212°| 3-4 minutes


    Statements made by 2 Daughters Tea Company regarding the herbal and natural teas offered have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration as the FDA does not evaluate or test herbs. This information has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, nor has it gone through the rigorous double-blind studies required before a particular product can be deemed truly beneficial or potentially dangerous and prescribed in the treatment of any condition or disease. 
    The teas offered by 2 Daughters Tea Company are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem,  consult with your physician for diagnosis or treatment. Use herbs as per instructions and always watch for any allergic reactions. You should always carefully read all product packaging and labels. Always consult your physician or healthcare provider before using any herbal products, especially if you have a medical problem.