St John’s Wort treats mild depression, stress, and insomnia. This is similar to the benefits of antidepressants. When consumed as tea, St John’s Wort works by allowing more serotonin to linger in the brain. Low serotonin levels are linked to depression.
Medical issues such as chest and abdominal pains, digestive issues, and menstrual bleeding can be relieved with calendula tea. Petals are useful in reducing inflammation in various parts of the body while easing coughs.
Cornflower tea eases eye irritation while treating conjunctivitis, skin irritation, digestive issues, and stimulation of liver and kidney functions. As a herbaceous plant, Cornflower is rich in mineral salts and contains a bitter ingredient known as pectin. Being rich in calcium allows it to be good for maintaining and developing bones.
Rose petal tea is a natural stress buster. It works by balancing stress and emotional hormones through calming down the nervous system. Its tranquillizing properties enables it to induce sleep as well.
As a sleep-promoting tea, Valerian tea reduces the time it takes to fall asleep while improving the quality of sleep. It is a natural cure for insomnia with no side effects such as morning drowsiness.
Hops tea is useful for neutralising anxiety, insomnia, and stress. Hops herbs stimulate digestion and works as a sedative causing relaxation in nerves while providing restful sleep. The chemical compound of Hops allows it to reduce body temperature and locomotor activity. This increases the ketamine-induced sleep by the herb.