Not sleeping? Teapigs has the answer with its feel-good range of herbal teas

World Sleep Day is this March 19, and research has found that for many the pandemic has disrupted people’s sleeping patterns; even for those with no previous sleeping problems.

Herbal teas are a great way to unwind, they are naturally caffeine free and they are a perfect addition to your evening routine which help your brain and body prepare for bed.

Teapigs are a range of all-natural feel-good teas that have been specially blended with ingredients that do good and taste good. Packed full of benefits, with no compromise on flavour – what’s not to love?!

Chamomile Tea

The chamomile flower is celebrated around the world for its benefits, which include its calming effects aiding sleep and supporting digestion.

Most chamomile teas are made by crushing the flowers, but the best chamomile tea do,es from brewing the whole flowers which is exactly what teapigs do, allowing you to drink it pure.

Calm — Relaxing Tea

Busy day? Us too, take 10 minutes to yourself and feel the stress fade away with a comforting blend of chamomile, valerian and lemon balm. Valerian is an active ingredient known for aiding relaxation.

Snooze — Sleepy Tea

Chamomile and lavender are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to bedtime. Teapigs have combined them with some sweet apple to round off this sleep tea for a soothing mug.

Honeybush and Rooibos

Rooibos tea also known as Redbush tea is a soothing drink packed full of nutrients and makes a great caffeine free alternative to regular tea because it’s very close in flavour and appearance and can be drunk with milk or sugar.

Rooibos (pronounced roy-boss) is a South African tea, and traditionally is drunk without milk and sweetened with lemon or honey. In fact, it makes a wonderful ice-tea particularly in the summer.

Shop Teapigs feel-good teas here.

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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