Rest and Relax Tea
Artemis Rest and Relax Tea for relaxing anytime. Traditional recipe for relaxing anytime and a restful sleep at night. Calms during the day, unwinds in the evening. Take as an evening drink for winding down or drink a cup 1/2 to 1 hour before bedtime for a restful sleep. Promotes restful sleep at night. This traditional Swiss formula contains a traditional herbal recipe for promoting a restful sleep & for helping relieve stress. Nourishes an exhausted nervous system. Relaxes body and mind. Suitable for adults and children. Makes up to 30 cups. 30 grams
RRP $22.50, healthy.co.nz price $21.95.
BrandArtemis Herbal Medicine
A traditional herbal formula specific for helping to promote a restful sleep. Calms and nourishes an exhausted nervous system. Also useful to ease stress and anxiety during the day, without causing drowsiness.
Enjoy 1-3 cups daily as a relaxing health drink.
To support full nerve restoring benefit take 3 cups daily for 6-12 weeks.
Take as an evening drink for winding down or drink a cup 1/2 to 1 hour before bedtime for a restful sleep.
Can be safely taken longer for maintenance.
Dosage for children:
Babies: 5ml (1 teaspoon) 3 x daily
6-12 month: 10ml 3 x daily
1-4 years: 20-40ml 3 x daily
4-10 years: 50-100ml 3 x daily
Take 1 level teaspoon (1g) per cup (150ml), place into infuser, plunger or china pot, pour over boiling water and leave to infuse for 5-10 minutes. Do not microwave.
Artemis Herbal Medicine is strict in it selection of herb material not only in its aim for highest standards of medicinal quality but also out of environmental concern. They use organically grown and local wild crafted herbs harvested in a sustainable manner whenever possible.
The herbs in this formula are:
St johns wort: This herb has a genuine mild anti-depressant medicinal action and a sedative or relaxing effect. Its action is gentle, yet very effective. It has been traditionally used for its effect on the nervous system. The combination of sedative activity and nervous system restorative properties make it an ideal herb for use in anxiety, irritability, neuralgia, nerve damage or injury, nervous tension, depression and general nervous system debility. This herb has a genuine mild anti-depressant medicinal action and a sedative or relaxing effect. Its action is gentle, yet very effective. It has been traditionally used for its effect on the nervous system. The combination of sedative activity and nervous system restorative properties make it an ideal herb for use in anxiety, irritability, neuralgia, nerve damage or injury, nervous tension, depression and general nervous system debility.
Lemon Balm: Balm is a remedy for common female complaints and is useful for all sorts of nervous problems, including hysteria, melancholy and insomnia. It has been used to relieve cramps, dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, chronic bronchial catarrh, and some forms of asthma. Balm has also been used for migraine and toothache and during pregnancy for headaches and dizziness.
Licorice Root: Use as a calmative and for supporting the adrenal glands during times of stress. Also helps balance the hormones and helps with low blood sugar problem's Infusions of this herb have been used to loosen mucus, alleviating discharge in bronchitis, and as an adjuvant in treating spasmodic pains of chronic gastritis.
Chamomile: Chamomile is helpful as a digestive aid & a relaxant. Provides support of peptic ulcers and inflammatory conditions of the gastrointestinal tract. This herb is especially good for mild sleep disorders in children. It relaxes the uterus. It may also help with inflammations and irritations of the respiratory tract The British Herbal Compendium lists chamomile internally for spasms or inflammatory conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, peptic ulcer, and mild sleep disorders, and its external use for inflammations and irritations of skin and mucosa in any part of the body and for eczema.
Passionflower: Traditionally this herb has been used for sleep disorders, restlessness, nervous stress, and anxiety. Other uses include neuralgia & nervous tachycardia. The German Standard License for passionflower tea indicates its use for nervous restlessness, mild disorders of sleeplessness, and gastrointestinal disorders of nervous origin. Also for use in tenseness, restlessness, and irritability with difficulty in falling asleep.
Lavender: The Commission E approved the internal use of lavender for restlessness or insomnia and nervous stomach irritations, Roehmheld's syndrome, meteorism, and nervous intestinal discomfort. Other uses are for restlessness, sleeplessness, lack of appetite, nervous irritable stomach, and nervous disorders of the intestines. Lavender preparations are traditionally used to treat symptoms of neurotonic disorders, especially minor sleeplessness.
Ingredients 100% certified organic herbs of: Passionflower, St John's Wort, Lemon Balm, Licorice root, Chamomile, Lavender. No gluten, sugar, caffeine, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
Keep out of reach of children. Use as directed. If you are on prescription medicines (re: St. John's Wort) or if symptoms persist see your health professional. Safety: At the recommended dosage no clinically relevant herb-drug interactions have ever been shown. Not recommended if you have allergies to any of the ingredients. Pregnancy - safe within range of recommended dosage. Breastfeeding - safe within range of recommended dosage. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. No restriction on long-term use.