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Herbal Tea
Blackberry Leaves, Catnip, Chamomile, Licorice Root, Passion Flower, Peppermint, Skullcap, Valerian Root
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  • “This is a tea I got from my Mother-in-Law. I wish she would just look at my Steepster wishlist instead of buying me whatever she comes across. I haven’t had good luck with her finds. This is an...” Read full tasting note
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From Triple Leaf Tea

Triple Leaf Relaxing Tea is a highly potent blend of nervine herbs that helps promote healthy relaxation and restful sleep. This delicious caffeine-free herbal tea includes powerful herbs with a long history of use to help promote calmness and help relax feelings of anxiety, stress and tension. These soothing herbs help support the body’s natural ability to unwind, relax and rejuvenate. A cup of this tea before bedtime helps promote a quick, peaceful and restful sleep, and waking up feeling relaxed, refreshed and alert. A relaxed state and a good night’s sleep help to brighten the mood and gain a new perspective on our daily lives. Besides contributing to a sense of well-being, relaxation and peaceful sleep help maintain a healthy body and mind. This special blend of herbs makes an effective and delicious tea that you can enjoy everyday. While these herbs are grown in the West, they are popular with people everywhere.

*None of these statements have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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This is a tea I got from my Mother-in-Law. I wish she would just look at my Steepster wishlist instead of buying me whatever she comes across. I haven’t had good luck with her finds. This is an herbal blend that my cat was immediately interested in, probably because of the catnip. He started by sniffing the box and then began biting it. He even nipped my finger and batted at me when I tried to take it away from him! Little jerk. He’s really annoying me today. Every time I get up he steals my spot on the couch. Then he cries at me when I move him. *Sigh.

I really need a cup of something relaxing. I’ve not had a very good day. Tea usually makes it better but the last couple teas I’ve had have been disappointing. I’m not even sure I should really be drinking this one because some of these ingredients aren’t recommended during pregnancy. So I’m just going to have a couple sips so I can write a note about it and then I’m going to re-home the rest of the box.

This tastes to me like an herbal teabag usually does. The peppermint comes across as the strongest flavor then maybe the chamomile. I can’t say that I can detect each ingredient individually but I think they all contribute to the taste. Overall, it’s an unremarkable and inoffensive blend. I think others could enjoy this. It’s not bad at all, just not my cup of tea. Anyone interested in the rest?

Flavors: Peppermint

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terrible isn’t it when someone choices a tea for a tea lover.


I shouldn’t complain. It’s a gift! But I feel like it’s wasted money because I never enjoy them. She always buys teabags from places I’ve never heard of. Oh well. First world problems.

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