Our Enter Sandman Wellness Tea is formulated with a mix of herbs and tea which may be beneficial in helping the mind and body calm and relax. Helping you just chill or get ready for a good nights sleep.

Sleep is the one area most overlooked in maintaining a proper lifestyle. Stress and anxiety are major issues with falling asleep and staying asleep. And lack of sleep compounds stress and anxiety. A vicious circle that should not be overlooked!


DISCLAIMER: Please note that the following ingredients may or may not have been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to cure, diagnose, treat, and/or prevent any condition, disease, etc. Always consult a medical professional prior to modifying your diet, using a new product, drug or supplement. It is recommended that you research the health benefits and possible side effects of all ingredients before ingesting.

ROOIBOS – This is an African herbal tea that is naturally caffeine free.  It has a sweet and nutty flavor and is quite yummy.  Some tout that it can aid in weight loss, digestive processes, allergies, pain relief and stronger bones. Other thoughts are that it may help aid in natural estrogen production.

CHAMOMILE – Well known for it’s gentle, yet effective, soothing properties. Chamomile is used all over the world for many different ailments. It is believed to be affective in aiding in stress and anxiety relief, promoting sleep, digestion and nervous system support and reducing pain, inflammation and headaches. 

LAVENDER – Comes in many different varieties and is known for it’s beauty and fragrance. Lavender is considered, by most Herbalists as, an “essential herb” due to it’s many health properties. It’s thought to have profound effects on calming, relaxing and uplifting moods.  It may be beneficial in alleviating headaches and migraines and is believed to be a mild antidepressant.

VALERIAN ROOT – This root is primarily thought to relieve insomnia, stress, anxiety, tension and disorders of the nervous system.  It also has been linked to the belief that it can help with pain and headaches.

PASSION FLOWER – This beautiful flower is thought to aid in the preparation of the mind for a restful nights sleep.  It is believed to help insomnia, anxiety, depression and high blood pressure and is also thought to have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

WILD CHERRY BARK – The bark of this plant is used for many different remedies.  It has been touted as a natural treatment for cough and colds, sore throats, digestive disorders, pain relief, gout relief, fever and diarrhea among others.  It has also been used in cough syrups due to these effects along with the belief it has sedative properties.

HIBISCUS – This plant is a wonderfully flavorful ingredient that is believed to be beneficial in lowering blood pressure.  It is packed with antioxidants and is thought to come with the many benefits these provide.  Hibiscus is thought to have a relaxing effect on the body and mind, which can help with anxiety and depression.  Other possible health benefits are the relief of menstrual pain, improved digestion, quenching of thirst, liver protection, antibacterial properties and reduction of inflammation.

MUGICHA – This tea is made from roasted barley, is gaining popularity and is one of our favorites. It has naturally occurring melatonin, tryptophan and is caffeine free.  Touted as a natural sleep aid, it may also aid in detoxification, urinary track infections and digestion.  A cold brewed glass in the afternoons has a great cooling and relaxing effect on the body.  Mugicha is very difficult to source but plays a vital role in some of our brews.  There is a chance that a non-organic variety needs to be sourced from time to time due to this scarcity. As always, we will do everything possible to source the best quality and organic versions available.

WARNING: This tea is considered a food product and is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any disease. If pregnant, or you have an other health concerns, please consult your health care professional before ingesting.