Top Teas to Help Relieve Stress
During these crazy times, stress relief is more important than ever – and tea is the perfect way to add a little bit of calm into your daily routine.
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Taking time for yourself, even to relax with a cup of tea, can help soothe your mind and body and improve your overall well being. Choose your tea and a favorite cup; preparing and drinking your tea can be relaxing in itself. See our blog post on Simple Morning Tea Rituals.
We offer over 140 teas and tisanes and have created blends to specifically aid in overall wellness and ease tension caused by stress. Check out our Stress Relief Teas. In addition to the soothing ingredients that work directly to reduce stress, other aspects of drinking tea can also play a part in relaxing the mind and body.
Adding stress-reducing teas and tisanes to your day can help encourage other healthy habits. Eat nutritious foods, set a bedtime routine, and spend time with loved ones — these may help improve your resilience and ability to deal with stress. You can also try an Evening Tea Ritual for Better Sleep.
Teas for Relieving Stress
Working from home, or craving a little extra calm in your day? Luckily, there’s a variety of delicious herbal teas that have a knack for relieving stress while providing some diverse, powerful flavors and aromas. This guide will familiarize you with some of the top teas to help relieve stress and dont forget to try our well-designed teaware with these healthy and delicious tisanes.
Chamomile’s floral aroma and flavor have made it a popular choice among tea consumers. One of the many benefits of this tea is its ability to relax muscles and nerves. Chamomile’s lack of caffeine teamed with its antioxidants also make it a great sleep aid if you’re suffering from insomnia or if you simply have trouble sleeping from time to time.
Chamomile Lemon Mint
Chamomile, lemongrass and mint come together to produce a fragrant and calming cup. This blend holds a trifecta of healthy ingredients. Chamomile is known for its calming effects and may help you relax and ease tension. Peppermint may ease an upset stomach and relax sore muscles. And lemongrass helps with inflammation.
Green tea contains a high number of antioxidants that give it a wide range of health benefits, including stress reducing abilities. This famous tea also contains L-theanine, which can aid in those abilities as well as enhance your mood and improve sleep quality. Green tea comes in a variety of flavors and aromas, but it typically delivers a floral taste and a strong, grassy scent.
Peppermint is a popular ingredient in herbal teas, largely due to its refreshing scent and flavor. However, peppermint has also shown muscle relaxant properties. Additionally, it can help with side effects of stress such as headaches or an upset stomach thanks to its positive effects on the digestive system.
One or more of these top teas to help relieve stress will make a great addition to a healthy diet. Each tea on this list provides a unique flavor and aroma for you to enjoy as you experience their common benefit: relaxing your body and mind. At Fusion Teas, we have an expansive list of stress relief teas that can improve your mental health in a natural, delicious way.
Cold Comfort Tulsi Tea
Sip this tulsi blend and discover why many generations before ours have celebrated this herb for its powerful, curative qualities. There are notes of sweet citrus, a little chamomile-like herbaceousness and mint. It’s cooling, yet deliciously spicy.
Holy Detox Tulsi Tea
Holy Basil, or tulsi, is the central ingredient of this blend. From bright minty aromas to clear citrus flavors and a lingering floral aftertaste, this blend is layered and fresh. Green herb notes of Holy Basil and lemon myrtle are balanced with the depth and tartness of rosehips and spearmint in this harmonious blend.
Ginseng Oolong brews up a cup with a pleasantly roasty aroma and a bright flavor that is herbaceous, toasty and faintly sweet. Ginseng is considered an adaptogen, which may help support and regulate the body’s stress response system.
Take care of yourself and each other during these challenging times!
Want to take your stress relief to the next level? Set up a special tea corner where you can relax and meditate while you drink your tea.