Steep 1 tea bag in 8 oz. of water at 205°F (when kettle starts to rumble) for 5 minutes.
Used in European pharmacopeias for hundreds of years as a wound-healing herb with anti-inflammatory benefits to help calm aggravated skin.
Popular in traditional folk medicine for its ability to nourish the nervous system as well as calm stress-related skin imbalances. It is rich in calcium and other minerals.
Usage dates back to Middle Ages where it was used to reduce stress and anxiety and promote sleep.