Stress Relieving Teas

Looking for a simple & natural way to alleviate Stress? Our Stress Relieving Teas filled with exotic herbs & spices has calming properties that can help you relax your body & mind and increase focus & concentration.

Frequently Asked Question about Stress Relieving Teas

What are Stress Relieving Teas?

Stress Relief Teas are made with a mix of exotic herbs and spices to help you balance a hectic lifestyle and day-to-day obligations. Stress Reliving Teas use ancient ingredients such as Lavender, Rosemary, Kava Kava, Ashwagandha, and more known for centuries for their calming and restorative properties - proven to reduce Stress and aid in relaxation while providing nourishment.

Regular consumption of these teas made for relieving Stress will help you feel calm, focused, and relaxed during those times when the demands of your life are too much to handle.

What are the Ingredients in Stress Relieving Teas?

Common Ingredients for Stress Reliving Teas are Green Tea Leaves, Ginger, lavender, chamomile, rosemary, Peppermint Cardamom, Mint, and more.

What are the Benefits of Stress Relieving Teas?

From a green tea blend for mental clarity and focus to the fragrant mix of Indian chai for energy and vitality, Stress Reliving teas can help you relax your body and clear your mind.
Some of the popular benefits of Stress Relieving Teas are:
- Helps relax the body & mind
– Perfect for winding down at night or taking a break during the day
- Combines powerful herbs and spices in unique blends that can help alleviate Stress & everyday worries
- Contains natural antioxidants to protect from daily stressors
- Increase focus & concentration
- Enhance mood & reduce stress levels

What are the Popular Types of Stress Relieving Teas?

Some Popular Teas for Reliving Stress are Chamomile Tea, Lavender Green Tea, Peppermint Tea, Ginger Tea, Cardamon Teas, Masala Chai
& Mint Teas.

How much Caffeine does Stress Relieving Teas contain?

Stress Relieving Teas are usually teas blended with herbs & spices. Therefore, they are traditionally caffeine free in most cases.