DIY Sleepytime Herbal Tea Blend

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  • 3 parts dried chamomile

  • 2 parts each: dried peppermint and dried lemon balm

  • 1 part each: dried lavender and dried passionflower

  • 1/4 part valerian root (it is important to only add this much valerian root)

  • Fresh, filtered water

While heating water on the stove or in an electric kettle (up to 160 degrees F is optimal for herbal tea), lightly mix herbs together in a bowl.

Place up to 1 Tb of herbal tea mixture into a tea infuser ball. Place infuser into your mug, and fill it with hot, but not boiled water.

Let your tea steep for up to 5 minutes (but at least 2 mins) before removing the infuser ball.

Save any extra dry tea blend in an airtight container, and store it in a cool, dark, dry place. It will keep fresh for several weeks.

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