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Insomnia Herbal Remedies

Insomnia is a relatively common sleeping disorder, affecting about one-third of the adult population worldwide. Unfortunately, as we age, quality of sleep can decrease. While different types of insomnia have different causes, most people can find relief through natural remedies for insomnia, regardless of the source of their insomnia.

Here are some Herbal Tea remedies for getting the sleep you need to protect body and mind:

1. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep

Valerian root(1 part), St. Johns Wort (2 parts), Hops (3 parts), and Lavender flowers (5 parts)
Steep 1½ tsp. in 1/2 cup boiling water for 10 minutes. When cool enough to drink, add 1 tsp. honey. Take before going to bed.

2. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep

  • Hops (3 parts), and Valerian root (2 parts), Steep 1 tsp. mixture in ½ cup boiling water. Take ½ to 1 cup a day, unsweetened, in mouthful doses. Do not take for more than 2 or3 weeks without interruption.

3. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep

4. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep (This mixture is especially good for nervous insomnia)

  • Dill (2 parts), Anise seed (2 parts), Chamomile (1 part), and Hops (1 part) - Steep 1 tsp. of the mixture in ½ cup boiling water. When lukewarm, add 1 tsp. honey. Sip just before retiring.

5. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep

  • Dill, Fennel seed, and Peppermint leavesMix in equal parts. Steep 1 tsp. in ½ cup boiling water. Take ½ cup warm, sweetened with raw sugar or honey, before going to bed.

6. Insomnia, Tea to help you sleep

Valerian root, Lemon balm, Lavender flowers and yarrow leaf and flowers. Mix in equal parts. Steep 1 to 2 tsp. in 1/2 cup boiling water for a short time. Take warm.

7. For Insomnia due to over exhaustion or neurasthenia 

Lemon Balm, Hops, and Valerian rootMix in equal parts. Steep 1 tsp. in 1/2 cup boiling water.


Disclaimer - The information presented herein by  Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.