Evening tea routine - fall asleep gently

...a gentle way to lure the sleep is to sip evening tea before climbing into bed.
Sleeping problems and evening tea | Ruohonjuuri.com

A cup of hot water is a relaxing evening routine that soothes the body and mind to settle down and rest. Of course, evening teas are not the toughest of the sleep aids, but the most sleep-inducing helpers from Ruohonjuuri can be found on the supplement shelf.

However, a cup of good-tasting sleep tea is an excellent way to prepare for bedtime. A steaming cup of tea is a good place to pause and calm down - reflect, reminisce about the things you're particularly grateful for that day.

These are some of our evening teas that are highly recommended by the sleep promoting island tourism association.

Pukka: Night Time Berry

The latest addition to the Pukka tea range is the berry-flavoured Night Time Berry. It gently lulls you into sweet dreams with valerian, lavender and chamomile to accompany the taste sensation. A pleasantly sweet evening tea for the whole family to enjoy. The valerian in the tea helps you fall asleep, improves sleep quality, supports cognitive functions and mental well-being.

Clipper: Nighty Night (Sleep Easy)

The classic Clipper Sleep Easy herbal tea changed its name to Nighty night some time ago, but all the same: it's still a charmingly tiring companion for a night out. This tea is also a favourite of Finnish speed runner Nooralotta Neziri:

"Can't sleep? You should try this truly natural remedy for easier falling asleep and better sleep: Clipper's Soothing Nighty Night Tea. It contains natural ingredients such as chamomile and melissa to help you fall asleep more easily," Nooralotta Neziri praises.

Yogi: Bedtime 

For many, it's the Yogi Tea evening tea that is the perfect pre-night sleep helper. This herbal tea is infused with active ingredients such as lemon balm, lavender and chamomile. Bedtime tea is also loved by our employee Henna:

"This tea has been putting me at ease for years. A true evening companion.", Henna recommends.

Health claims / EFSA:

M-2008-1061 2348 - Valerian extract [Dry extract from roots of Valeriana officinalis L., drug/native extract ratio(3 - 6) : 1, solvent of extraction Ethanol/Water, min 0.3% valerenic acid] - For isomnia and mental health

M-2008-1061 2500 - Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) - Cardiovascular health

M-2008-1061 2501 - Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) - Digestive health

M-2008-1061 2680 - Valerian-hops combination (Humulus lupulus, Valeriana officinalis) - Sleep

M-2008-1061 3837 - VALERIANA OFFICINALIS L. - Helps to maintain good cognitive functioning

M-2008-1061 4222 - Valeriana officinalis (Common Name : Valerian) - Mental health

M-2008-1061 3925 - Lavandula angustifolia (Common Name : Lavender) - Relaxation

M-2008-1061 2088 - Matricaria recutita (Common Name : Chamomile) - Relaxation

M-2008-1061 2302 - Melissa officinalis - common name : melissa, lemon balm, balm mint, sweet balm, common balm - Relaxing effect - helps to find sleep