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• Relaxing combination of 10 botanicals to encourage natural, restful sleep
• Calms over-excited brain
• Reduce anxiety
• Get adequate and sound rest
Introducing Sweet Dreams Tea Package...
Tuck yourself into bed with a cup of Sweet Dreams Tea. It contains a relaxing combination of 10 botanicals traditionally used to promote a relaxed and restful sleep. Chamomile and saffron helps to calms your nerves and support sleep. Licorice adds a delicious warming flavor, and spearmint gives a fresh, minty flavor. Relax and drink your Sweet Dreams Tea for a good night's sleep!
A well-known therapeutic agent with many scientific evidence to back up its many
The bio-active constituents of chamomile flower are the terpenoids a-bisabolol
and its oxide azulenes including chamazulene and acetylene derivatives. The
alpha-bisabolol possess anti-inflammatory and anti-phlogistic properties.
It also inhibits LPS-induced prostaglandin E(2) release and attenuation of cyclooxygenase
(COX-2) enzyme activity. One of the most promising flavonoids is apigenin. Chamomile
also showed significant inhibition of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).
Other benefits of chamomile are:
• Anti-bacterial: helps to prevent and treat colds
• Anti-inflammatory and antiseptic: helps to clear up skin irritation
• Helps to maintain healthy blood glucose levels
Saffron is produced from the dried stigmas saffron corcus flower (Crocus sativus) and one of the world's most expensive spice. Saffron also target mood and is used for sleep problems
• Produce distinct antidepressant benefit. In a study by
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, saffron subjects was found to have significant better outcomes on the
Hamilton depression rating scale than the placebo.
• Treat emotional and cognitive conditions like obsessive-
• Helps to control appetite and reduce uncontrolled eating
• Improve energy and alertness
Licorice has been used for many centureis in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It's one of the most useful herbs to treat long-term stress and adrenal fatigue. There are 2 types of licorice roots: The deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL) and the one that contains the active ingredient glycyrrhizinic acid. The standard variety is beneifical for adrenal fatigue, fatigue and stress.
• Helps to treat digestive problems, including leaky gut syndrome, gastric irritation, and peptic ulcers.
• Supports the heart and spleen, helps to manage stress and purify the liver and blood
• Acts as an expectorant, immune stimulator and demulcent - traditionally used to treat coughs, asthma, bronchitis and eczema
• Potentially reduce body fat - In an investigation by the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, people who took 900mg of licorice flavored oil daily for 8weeks had decrease in body fat, body weight, body mass index (BMI) and LDL cholesterol levels.
Ginger root, also known as zingiber officinale, is a well-known remedy for indigestion problems like dyspepsia, nausea and travel sickness. It's also used for cold-related ailments like flu, cold, chills, arthritis, fever, coughs, bronchitis, and to lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
Fennel is native to the mediterranean, and dried fennel seeds are often used in Indian cooking, to make medicine as well as a tea.
Other benefits include:
• Protects the liver by filtering toxins from the blood. Researchers
reported that fennel oil showed potent-living properties.
• Promotes healthy digestion. Bioactive compounds in fennel relax
the muscles lining the gastrointestinal tract
• Helps to reduce constipation
• Has a beneficial effect on loss of bone density
Made from whole, dehydrated rose blossoms, it is rich in antioxidants.
• Helps to treat conditions caused by female hormones
• Improve blood circulation
• Soothe nerves
• Relieve pain in wrist and knee
• Relieve indigestion
A popular herb acknowledged for its ability to soothe digestive problems, it can
also be used as an anti-fungal, anti-septic and anti-bacterial. Spearmint is a gentle
remedy to relieve flatulence and abdominal pains, and to reduce the symptoms of
Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is used to relieve stress and induce calmness.
More than 30 scientific papers have found rose hip to significantly reduce rheumatoid
arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory action. The review concluded that rosehip is
more effective than glucosamine hydrochloride in reducing osteoarthritic pain. Rosehip
is also rich in polyphenolic compounds and flavonoids such as catechin and quercetin,
and also rich in vitamin C.
The antioxidant activity of rose hips protects against
oxidant stress and also enhance the activity of antioxidant enzyme like catalase and
superoxide dismutase. Rosehip has the ability to cleanse the body and also to enhance
the body's immunity during the cleansing.
Preliminary evidence also suggests rosehip
to have an anti-obesity effect, through decreasing visceral fat.
Cymbopogon citratus, more commonly known as lemongrass, possesses various pharmacological activities such as anti-amoebic,
antibacterial, antidiarrheal, antifilarial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory
properties. Various other effects like antimalarial, antimutagenicity,
antimycobacterial, antioxidants, hypoglycemic and neurobehaviorial have also been
Holy Basil (Tulsi)
Holy basil, also known in the Ayruvedic dictionary as tusil, contains eugenol,
cinnamyl acetate, and beta-elemene as the core active constituents. Some of the
key benefits include anti-stress, anti-diabetic, anti-lipidemic (lowering fat levels)
and glycemic lowering properties.
In a research study, ocimum sanctum and eugenol,
were shown to reduce total cholesterol, phospholipids, triglycerides. Holy basil
also showed hepatoprotective properties, which can be reflected in its liver-cleansing
Natural Orange Flavor
Orange is a very popular fruit and orange trees are the most cultivated fruit trees in the world. With over 170 different phytochemicals and more than 60 flavnoids, it's not hard to see why. Due to its high vitaminc C content, it is often associated with boosting the immune system.
Choline is an important nutrient found in oranges. Choline helps with muscle movement, sleep, cognition and memory, and reduces chronic inflammation.
Orange is noted for lower the risk of stroke in women. In a study by the American Heart Association, sugjects who consume the highest amounts of cittrus, including oranges, had a 19 per cent lower risk of ischemic stroke than women who consumed the least.
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Peppermint (Mentha Xpiperita)
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Akifumi Nagatomo, Norihisa Nishida, Ikuo Fukuhara, Akira Noro,Yoshimichi Kozai, Hisao Sato, Yoichi Matsuura. Daily intake of rosehip extract decreases abdominal visceral fat in pre obese subjects: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy. March 2015 Volume 2015:8 Pages 147-156
Anti-inflammation/ for joints Cohen, M., Rosehip - an evidence based herbal medicine for inflammation and arthritis, Australian Family Physician, July 2012.Vol 41, (7) 495 - 498
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Anti-viral/Anti-bacterial Burke, Briant E., Baillie, Jon-Eric and Olson, Richard D. Essential oil of Australian lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) in the treatment of molluscum contagiosum in children. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, Vol. 58, Issue 4, May 2004, pages 245-247.
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Akoachere JF, Ndip RN, Chenwi EB et al. Antibacterial effect of Zingiber officinale and Garcinia kola on respiratory tract pathogens. East Afr Med J. 2002 Nov;79(11):588-92. 2002.
Ficker CE, Arnason JT, Vindas PS et al. Inhibition of human pathogenic fungi by ethnobotanically selected plant extracts. Mycoses. 2003 Feb;46(1-2):29-37. 2003.
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