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Chamomile Lavender

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Come home and let your hair down after a stressful day with this delicious chamomile and lavender herbal tea blend. Chamomile, a popular essential oil ingredient, is chock full of antioxidants and other nutrients that promote healthy digestion and is also known to ease discomfort and soothe irritation. 

Meanwhile, a serving of lavender tea promotes emotional stability, soothes the nervous system, and helps get your body ready for bed. Some people even take lavender supplements to help them calm down and rest at night.

This relaxing tea blend is one of our most popular among yogis and meditation enthusiasts, and we can’t tell if that’s because of its functionality as a soothing agent or just because it’s delicious. Either way, get out a cute mug and join over one million chamomile tea lovers for an evening cuppa.

Chamomile lavender tea is perfect for aromatherapy, as are other herbal tea bags and loose-leaf teas like peppermint, lemon balm, hibiscus, and ginger tea. This relaxing blend makes a delicious iced tea as well!

Nutrition Facts, Ingredients and Product Information

Organic Chamomile, Local Tulsi, Local Anise Hyssop, Organic Lavender

Caffeine-Free, Zero Sugars, Gluten-Free

Each box contains 20 tea pouches.

Brewing Instructions

Herbal teas like this one need to steep longer than black tea or green tea. Follow the instructions on the product label or refer to them here to ensure your cup of tea meets high-quality standards!

Heat one ounce of water up to 208° F and brew one tea bag in 8 fl oz. of water for approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Throw away the bag (or save it for an art project!) and enjoy your deliciously handcrafted cup of tea.

 

About Asheville Tea Co

Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Asheville Tea Company was founded in 2016 by tea connoisseur Jessie Dean. After traveling with her British-born husband and experiencing tea in different parts of the world, Jessie wanted to bring "everyday tea culture" to Western North Carolina.

Noticing the lack of local tea in a town with a thriving craft beverage and farm-to-table scene, she set out to fill that gap and bring local teas to Asheville. Jessie partners with local farmers to source organic teas, which she uses to create her uniquely handcrafted tea blends.

 

Sources:

Chamomile: A Herbal Medicine of the Past with Bright Future | PubMed Central 

Lavender: Health Benefits and How To Use It | Cleveland Clinic 

Chamomile Plant, Tea, and Oils: Health Benefits and Uses | WebMD