A lovely experience on all levels. The delicate flowers yield a cup that is fragrant and distinctive. It is no wonder this is a know as a calming infusion.
Insider Tip: Use this lavender to make small scent pouches for your closets and drawers, or toss a bit in your bath water for a relaxing treat. If infusing, try it at 2 minutes, test the strength, and infuse for up to five, depending on your tastes.
Caffeine Level: None.
Lavender, in addition to being used for its sedative properties, has been known to relieve headaches from nerves or exhaustion and can help with stomach ailments as well. Herbals tea blends have long been used as holistic alternatives to traditional medicine or as an at-home remedy for minor coughs, colds, aches, and pains. From the soothing sweetness of licorice root to the sedative effects of chamomile, the immune boosting echinacea, or the cold-fighting bite of ginger, the range of applications and uses of different herbs is wide and long - and largely clinically unproven. However, a hot cuppa is always a good balm for what ails ya! Do your research and see what works for you. Our blends have been beneficial for us, which is why we offer them to you!