A popular folk remedy in Europe, Lavender is traditionally used as a nervous system relaxant to calm stress-related tension.
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.
A traditional adaptogenic herb of Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine, this herb works synergistically to increase the body’s resistance to stress.
How to use
Using a kettle or teapot, heat 1-2 cups of water to 205 degrees—that’s when your kettle starts to rumble, but before it whistles. Steep a teabag for 5 minutes, wait for your drink to cool, and enjoy.
The Enhanced Ritual:
For larger mugs, use 2 teabags for best flavor.
Maximize Your Results:
Add 2 full droppers of your preferred Naturopathica herbal tincture, like our fan favorites Oat Stress Relief Tincture and Passionflower Sleep Tincture. For a dose of sweet calm, add a spoonful of Chamomile Calming Honey, which includes the soothing benefits of lavender and chamomile along with the restorative power of wildflower honey.