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Wow. I’ve had a number of “sleepytime”-type teas, and few of them actually have a soporific effect on me, but this tea makes me wonder whether there are sleeping pills ground up in it or something. I can be hanging from the ceiling by my fingernails, vibrating with anxiety, and by the end of this cup I’m comfortably drowsy and happy with the world.

The taste is nice enough that I don’t even sweeten it. It’s not a flavor combo I particularly crave, but it’s so well-blended that I enjoy picking out the various ingredients as they blossom on the tongue.

Basically, I plan on keeping some of this tea next to my anti-anxiety pills and muscle relaxants.

3 tsp tea x 12 oz water x 6 minutes, no sweetener.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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