Sleepytime Throat Tamer Wellness Tea

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From Celestial Seasonings

When the seasons change, minor throat irritations are all too common. Steep yourself in soothing goodness with Sleepytime Throat Tamer. This special blend features all of the calming and relaxing qualities of Sleepytime®, including aromatic spearmint from the Pacific Northwest and soothing Egyptian chamomile. Sleepytime Throat Tamer adds licorice root and slippery elm bark to coat the throat and help alleviate seasonal discomfort, while the rejuvenating infusion of lemongrass and ginger provides a comforting aroma and flavor. You’ll feel soothing relief from the very first sip. †

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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It’s official, I am getting sick. Woke up this morning with enlarged tonsils, and have been getting progressively fuzzier in the head all day. Now I can feel the mucosa of my nasal passages and sinuses swelling, and I have a fairly constant feeling of needing to sneeze. Ugh. AND I have a job interview next Tuesday… hope this is a quick bug.

I got a sample of this in the goodie bag from the NY Coffee and Tea festival two years running, and I never felt a drive to try it until now. I was expecting not to like this at all. First, Celestial Seasonings is not a brand I have a lot of confidence in. Second, something that is designed a as medicinal tea doesn’t sound appetizing to me. Well you can color me totally shocked.

I am actually really enjoying this cup. Fortunately the lemongrass and ginger are dominant flavors here, along with a somewhat appley chamomile. The licorice root doesn’t add a licoricey flavor for me, but rather quite a bit of sweetness and a touch of earthiness. I actually really like the flavor combo. Would I drink this if I wasn’t feeling ill? Perhaps not, but I would possibly even restock this one for times that I am sick, including those times when I am having gut problems (lemon and ginger, natch).

ETA: this apparently has spearmint in it is well? But I didn’t really notice, which is good because I am not big on minty teas.

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feel better soon!! before that interview.


Hope you feel better asap!

Terri HarpLady

I’m been feeling funky all day myself, like I’m trying to get a headache & my eyes hurt. Bringing out the elderberry, just in case, cuz I have a really big gig saturday night!
I hope you feel better, & have a good interview!


Sleep well!

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I honestly can’t imagine anybody from Celestial Seasonings drinking this and saying “Yep, that’s tasty! Let’s make people pay for it!”

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This tea actually tastes pretty good to me. I normally don’t like licorice at all, but I didn’t find it overpowering at all. It definitely helps me sleep when I’m sick (I have a hard time feeling comfortable with a sort throat when I’m trying to sleep). The chamomile and the mint are the strongest flavors for me, and I love both. It also leaves a pleasant soothing feeling in my throat, although it doesn’t last as long as I’d like it to. I guess if you are looking for relief from a sore throat, Robitussin is still the way to go. Just drink this after and you’ll be feeling better in no time :)

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This tea isn’t the best flavor wise, but it never fails to help me when I’m sick. I woke up this morning with a horrible sore throat and a lot of sinus pressure, so I whipped up a cup of this tea. As always, I felt relief.

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My go to tea when I have a sore throat. Add some honey and you’re good to go!

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