Loosen up with our relaxation tea range.

De-stress is the new dessert. There’s no better way to wind down after a long day than with our riveting range of relaxation tea. Our soothing blends can assist with calming the mind and allow tranquillity to enter the body. Enjoy a relaxation brew in the evening to guarantee yourself a restful night’s sleep.

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Sweet Dreams Tea

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Chamomile Tea

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Ayurveda Tea

Anti Stress Tea

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Pregnancy Tea

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Relaxation Tea

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Rose Petals Tea

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Why is it important to sip on relaxation teas?

Australians are currently living in the age of information overload. The advent of digital media has made it harder than ever to switch off our minds, meditate on anything but work, and—most importantly—get a good night’s rest in.

This is why The Tea Centre has dedicated an entire section of our wellbeing menu to helping you escape from the 1’s and 0’s with formulated tisanes that invite inner peace and restfulness into the body and mind. Each tea was created with both scientific food knowledge and ancient Ayurvedic principles in mind. As you can see above, we offer an array of beautiful relaxation teas for you to enjoy.


What health benefits are apparent in The Tea Centre’s range of relaxation tea?

Throughout our range of teas for relaxation, you will find a few common ingredients. Each one contributes to relaxing the body and mind in the following ways:

  • Rose: these fragrant petals don’t just make for a pretty brew! Rose petals are often used in traditional Chinese medicine to regulate ‘qi’, which is the life energy associated with mood, cognitive ability, and sleep. Also comes packed with antioxidants and vitamins.
  • Chamomile: any tisane containing chamomile will make a great sleep tea. Chamomile is a gentle sedative that boosts melatonin production (the sleep hormone) and is thought to be a digestive aid. If an upset stomach is keeping you from a good night’s rest, chamomile tea is the brew for you.
  • Peppermint: There’s nothing more stressful than getting through a busy day while experiencing a stuffy nose! Luckily, peppermint has amazing soothing properties that clear sinuses, refresh the spirit, and soothe other common irritable like bellyaches and indigestion.
  • Consider pouring a cup of tea for relaxation the next time you want to unwind during some well-deserved “me” time. Making a mug of tea is also a great gesture of hospitality and a wonderful way to welcome someone into your home. Spend time together with those you love over a cuppa of relaxation tea.


    How to brew herbal teas for relaxation?

    To brew a perfect cup of relaxing herbal tea you need to do the following.

  • One teaspoon or two grams of your favourite herbal tisane per 200ml.
  • Pour in water at 95°C, or just below the boil.
  • Steep for 5–7 minutes or longer for a stronger flavour.
  • Many herbal teas are suitable for making iced tea.

    Buy relaxation tea online or in-store at The Tea Centre tea shops

    Here at The Tea Centre, we pride ourselves on the elite quality of our tea and work hard to make them luxurious and thoroughly enjoyable. You will notice that our relaxation teas are beautifully fragrant and enticing, with elements of chamomile, lavender, and rose petals apparent in different teas across our range. It’s all part of our plan to provide you with the finest tea possible.

    Making a pot or a cup of relaxation tea with loose leaves is not as hard as it sounds, with easy-to-use infusers and strainers available. However, if you are looking for a quicker alternative, we do also offer a range of teas in biodegradable pyramid tea bags, including black tea bags, green tea bags, and herbal tea bags.

    Interested in other teas? Look through our selections of black teas, green teas, and herbal teas to find the ones that are right for you.