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Strong and grounding, warm and soothing.
Helps you mellow out and get a good night’s sleep.*
Reason to Love
We think valerian is the cat’s meow—not only because cats are wickedly attracted to it, but because it is one of nature’s great relaxing herbs.* Valerian is an extremely popular herb in Western traditions and its use for occasional sleeplessness was first recorded by Greeks in the second century. When we don’t feel like counting sheep all night, we love this calming blend of valerian root, passionflower and lemon balm for its relaxing effect and its pleasant taste.
Mildly bittersweet and minty, earthy and pleasant.
So valerian root—at least the good stuff—is known to be a bit stinky. Okay, a lot stinky. That’s because once the root has been dug up and exposed to air it begins to give off a characteristic earthy, ripe smell that some people find off-putting.
Never fear. We’ve added enough valerian to give you its renowned relaxing effect, while blending it with other pleasant herbs to create a nice tasting tea that will help you get relief from occasional sleeplessness.*Supplement Facts How To Brew
Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.
Cover cup & Steep for 10-15 minutes.
Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
Enjoy 2-3 cups late in the day, including at least 1 cup 30 minutes before bed.
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