Mugwort Calming Herb Tea Blend

Sasha Kamen


Mugwort is mildly sedative and useful in calming frayed nerves and easing stress. It is often used as one of the main ingredients in sleep pillows. One traditional use of mugwort is that of a dream herb, and it is said to bring the dreamer more lucid dreams. It can also be used to aid clairvoyance and crystal gazing.
NOTE: Mugwort is sometimes used in medicinal formulations as a uterine stimulant to bring on delayed menstruation and help restore a woman's natural monthly cycle. As with all herbs with emmenagogic properties, it should be avoided in early pregnancy


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    1 tblsp. china black, english breakfast, or irish breakfast tea, or loose green tea
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    2 tsp. lemon balm
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    1 tsp. eyebright
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    1 tblsp. mugwort
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    1 tblsp. rose hips

How to Make Mugwort Calming Herb Tea Blend


  1. Blend all ingredients together in a glass jar.
  2. Measure out 1 Tblsp. per cup of tea. Pour boiling water over and let steep 10 minutes.
  3. Sweeten with honey. Add milk if desired.

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About Mugwort Calming Herb Tea Blend

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks
Main Ingredient: Spice/Herb/Seasoning
Regional Style: German
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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