Sleep Well

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Almond, Calendula Petals, Chamomile, Chrysanthemum, Lavender Flowers, Natural Flavours, Rooibos
Flavors
Almond, Citrus, Corn Husk, Dry Grass, Floral, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Fruity, Honey, Lavender, Lemongrass, Nutty, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “nope. this is not a tea for me. lol This is largely a chamomille tea, but the added lavender just tips it over into nope land. Some might like this one, if those flavour profiles are up your...” Read full tasting note
  • “So, my new bed is REALLY stiff/firm so I’ve been having some issues falling asleep since moving to Montreal – I do think that I’m slowly adjusting to the bed but in the mean time I’ve pulled out...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is not for me. I don’t love really anything in this – chamomile, chrysanthemum, lavender, etc. so I definitely am not the target audience for this and yet I can appreciate there is a nice...” Read full tasting note
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  • “One of my favourite lavender blends! Excellent lavender/chamomile/almond flavour. Notes of sweet, dried herbs, lemon, and fragrant flower petals. A little bit of almond, but it is more of honey and...” Read full tasting note
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From For Tea's Sake

SLEEP WELLROOIBOS TEA

Forget the sheep counting… For Tea’s Sake! Sipping this camomile-rooibos combo with a hint of lavender will soothe and relax the body. It will have you in dreamland before you know it.

INGREDIENTS:
chamomile, lavender, calendula petals, rooibos, almond pieces, snow chrysanthemum, amaranth petals, natural flavours

CAFFEINE: None

1 tsp / boiling water / 4-6 minutes

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6 Tasting Notes

10143 tasting notes

nope. this is not a tea for me. lol This is largely a chamomille tea, but the added lavender just tips it over into nope land. Some might like this one, if those flavour profiles are up your alley :)

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So, my new bed is REALLY stiff/firm so I’ve been having some issues falling asleep since moving to Montreal – I do think that I’m slowly adjusting to the bed but in the mean time I’ve pulled out all the stops and whipped out the chamomile teas. You know I’m desperate for a good sleep when the chamomile comes out – it’s so vile tasting.

Made this one with a little bit of lemon infused honey also, because I needed to mask the taste somehow. It helped, for sure; much less of that gross taste. I’m not totally sure if it helped me sleep though; it was still hours after finishing this cup before I actually fell asleep…

I think a big part of it, too, is that I’m used to falling asleep to music. I set my laptop up on my desk and just let it play my giant Youtube playlist of music until I pass out. Eventually the laptop’s battery dies, and when it dies the music stops. Sure, I have to charge my laptop every morning but it really, really helps me sleep. I’ve not been doing that though because I don’t want to play music super late into the evening and potentially upset my new roomates – that seems like a very poor foundation to our new living arrangement…

Idk; thoughts from others definitely welcome – I just want a good night’s sleep!

Teatotaler

I totally empathize with you,Roswell. Having fibromyalgia I have sleeping difficulties as well. Stress Ease from Traditional Medicinals is very relaxing – The main ingredient is skullcap. Sure makes me calm and drowsy! I have a couple of friends who swear by it as well. It has a very pleasant cinnamon flavor too. Hope this helps! :)

Mastress Alita

I have been having trouble sleeping lately, too. I don’t like drinking tea too close to bedtime since my main issue is I’ll wake to pee somewhere during my sleep cycle and then I can’t fall back asleep for the rest of the night, so I’ve been taking Valerian supplements, since valerian root in tea always does the trick for me. I don’t like the taste the chamomile either, but even when I do drink it, it doesn’t knock me out the way valerian does.

derk

If you’re on your laptop late into the night, consider installing f.lux. It’s a program that changes the color of your screen based on time of day. At night, my screen is basically orange instead of white/blue, mimicking the coloration of the pages of an old book. Turn the brightness of the screen down to the last setting and I’m out within 10 minutes.

A white noise generator might work since you’re used to falling asleep with background noises. It would probably be inoffensive to your roommates.

Mastress Alita

I use f.lux even during the day. During the daylight hours it still remains slightly pink because that is easier on my migraine head (but at night, it does remove even more blue light and becomes progressively more pink-hued). I only wish I could install outside software on my work computer; I have to wear pink sunglasses all the time at the library to get the same effect.

Roswell Strange

Thanks for all the ideas everyone! I’ll look into f.lux tomorrow and see if that’s something that would be helpful to me. I’ve tried Skullcap before, but it didn’t seem to do anything for me. Valerian Root works the same way, for me, as chamomile does – I just don’t currently own any Valerian blends that don’t also have chamomile in them (can’t escape that awful taste). I’ve tried a white noise generator before; however it just gives me headaches. Not sure why music is ok, but white noise is like someone attacking my head with a cheese grater.

Mastress Alita

In lieu of music, would something like the sound of rain set at a low volume be quite inoffensive? I love the sound of rainymood.com and find it quite relaxing.

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4476 tasting notes

This is not for me. I don’t love really anything in this – chamomile, chrysanthemum, lavender, etc. so I definitely am not the target audience for this and yet I can appreciate there is a nice balance of flavors here.

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One of my favourite lavender blends!

Excellent lavender/chamomile/almond flavour.

Notes of sweet, dried herbs, lemon, and fragrant flower petals. A little bit of almond, but it is more of honey and almond milk than amaretto or cyanide flavour. Very tasty and quite calming!

It tastes like a dried bouquet of flowers harvested from a hidden meadow in spring. :)

Flavors: Almond, Citrus, Corn Husk, Dry Grass, Floral, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Fruity, Honey, Lavender, Lemongrass, Nutty, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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