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Whats the best tea to drink for stress? πŸƒ

I drink green tea in the mornings and usually have some chamomile at night. I also like kava, but Im not sure if that's really tea exactly. Is there any one tea specifically best for stress reduction? I always love learning about new teas!! :)

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Dr. Fiona Smulders ND

Teas are a wonderful way to reduce stress. Calming herbs can help settle your nervous system and the simple act of drinking a warm cup of tea can bring you back into a peaceful state. When I'm feeling stressed, my favourite teas to drink are passionflower, chamomile, skullcap, holy basil and/or lavender. In fact, I'm drinking a nice warm mug of holy basil and rose petal tea as I type this :)

Herbal Adaptogens like Ashwagandha, Rhodiola and Ginseng can also help reduce the negative effects of chronic stress. Make sure you speak with a healthcare provider to find the right herbal formula for you!


Krystle Liggins
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Hi herecomesthesun iffequ16798!

I love tea! My favorite teas are from Maharishi Ayurveda. I love their "Worry Free Tea" as well as their "Vata tea" both are stress reducing! Use my link: https://www.mapi.com/products/herbal-beverages/ayurvedic-teas/worry-free-tea.html?partner=KrystleLiggins-HP#

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I also enjoy chamomile an hour before bed.

Krystle


Sam Baron
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If you're looking for more stress-relieving tea options, you can search for "adaptogenic herbs". This includes kava, ginseng, astragalus, ashwagandha, tulsi, eleuthero and many others. They have been shown to lower cortisol (stress hormone). I would just suggest to experiment with small amounts; some of these herbs can have mild negative side effects (headaches, nausea). Sounds like you can tolerate kava, which is great.


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