What are herbal teas?

Herbal tea is a blend of herbal plants, leaves, or flowers found in nature. Herbal teas are consumed to treat a variety of ailments and diseases. Weight loss and improved digestion are two reasons why some individuals drink herbal teas.

We will explore six herbal teas and their main ingredients to help you fall asleep quickly and without any difficulty.

1. Yogi Tea Herbal

  • Main ingredients: Organic Passion Flower Extract, Organic Valerian Root Extract, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Chamomile Flower, Organic Spearmint Leaf, Organic Skullcap Leaf, Organic Cardamom Seed, Organic Cinnamon Bark, Organic Rose Hip, Organic Lavender Flower, Organic Stevia Leaf, Organic Orange Flavor.

Even upon opening the tea bag, you will notice the earthy aroma of the Yogi tea. The scent primarily consists of the valerian root that instantly lingers on your nose. But it doesn’t overpower you at all. Also, because of the chamomile and lavender flowers, it feels relaxing even to smell them.

A pro or con depending on how you like your tea is that this blend contains stevia which gives it a sweet taste. The tea calms you down in about 30mins and it’s a great bedtime tea if you don’t mind the sweet taste,

2. Pukka Herbs Tea

  • Main ingredients: Ginger root (32%), licorice root, elderflower, fennel seed, lemon verbena leaf, turmeric root, lemon essential oil, lemon myrtle leaf, whole lemon (4%), manuka honey flavour* (2%). (*contains 0.2% non organic antioxidant: ascorbic acid).

Compared to Yogi tea, this tea may be slightly sweeter because of the Manuka honey. It is ideal for people who want to start drinking herbal teas if they consume them for the first time because of the excellent punch of Flavour.

Even tho it’s great for bedtime the soothing ingredients are the perfect remedy for various minor complaints from a feeling of being under the weather to restlessness and a sniffly cold. 

The ingredients are ethically sourced, 100% organically grown, and naturally caffeine-free. 

3. Organic Hibiscus Tea Leaves

  • Main ingredients: Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa / Egyptian Red Tea/ karkade tea)

Hibiscus is a beautiful flower that ancient Indian sages have used in their tea to cure sleeping disorders and promote good health. It is also an excellent ingredient to fight weight loss. 

Usually, obese people have difficulty sleeping because of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a disorder that affects obese people to have trouble breathing when they sleep. Since hibiscus is full of flavour, it is not only healthy but delicious to drink too.

4. Organic Blue Butterfly Peaflower Tea

  • Main ingredients: Blue Butterfly Peaflower Tea

Peaflower tea has been enjoying great popularity in Asia for a long time, but western countries are slowly catching on to its alluring properties and enjoying its delicious taste.

Clitoria Ternatea (Peaflower) gives off an amazing and completely unexpected colour. The shade of blue that slowly dances its way into your cup is quite unforgettable, yet this herb also has some very interesting health benefits. Throughout Asia, this herb is known for its benefits to hair growth and strengthening, as well as its direct benefit to eye infections.

5.Organic Chamomile Tea

  • Main Ingredients: Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)

Known for its relaxing and calming effects on the body, this tea is usually a go-to drink for stress management. Chamomile Tea is such a great sleeping aid that many people use it prior to bed!

Many around the world enjoy placing these yellow puffs of pleasure in hot water before bedtime. It’s one of the go-to herbs for relaxation and the benefits below;

  • The perfect tea for unwinding and relaxing
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-Bacterial

6. Herbal Mullein Tea

  • Main ingredients: Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)

This herb is great for clearing up respiratory congestion because it expels mucus from the body. Mullein is known as a lung herb and is one of the best teas to drink for almost any respiratory illness. Aids in sleep and has anti-inflammatory properties that may help relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids if applied topically.

According to anecdotal reports and a recent review left, mullein can also help with heartburn and indigestion. Currently, this stock is from France, which is more powdery than some other sources. The effect remains the same.


You can also buy other teas besides the one mentioned in this article. Some herbal teas, on the other hand, contain caffeine, which interferes with sleep rather than promoting it. Sugar may also interfere with your sleep patterns since it stimulates alertness instead of sleep in the body. Find out which types of tea are best for sleeping by reading this article.