Nocturne – Sleep Tea
Healthy skin begins within, which is why our tea collection supports your body with beauty promoting basics. Nocturne is an herbal blend created to relax your nervous system and calm your mind so that your sleep is a time of deep, powerful restoration. Drink as a nightly ritual while you sit back, savor, and welcome deep rest.
Tasting Notes: dense, lavender forward floral with subtle hints of skullcap, chamomile, passion flower, and rounded out with earthy undertones.“Nocturne” can be loosely translated as "song of the night" and composer Frederic Chopin, one of the great composers and pianists from the Romantic era, named his hypnotic “Le Nocturnes” for just this reason. Composed between 1827 and 1846, these works are considered some of the finest solo piano compositions and will transport you to a dreamy state from another era.
Packaging: Recycle, Reuse, or Compost
Our packaging is chosen to minimize environmental impact, and we are continuously seeking more sustainable options to further this effort.
Recycle: All glass bottles, plastic pumps, lids, and shipping cushioning. When you finish your product, remove the sticker label and discard in the trash or compost (welcome kit labels only). Then untwist and remove the pump or lid, rinse both, and put into your recycling bin.
Compost: All Welcome Kit sticker labels (remove from the glass bottles) and tea pouches (remove and discard the sticker label) can go right into your city or home compost bin.
Reuse: Our beautiful and sturdy packaging can serve many new functions. From flower vases, to snack pouches, get creative and find ways to reuse.
We harness the power of plants to create beautifully effective botanical formulations. Informed by the wisdom of traditional, natural beauty rituals and confirmed by recent scientific studies for products that help your skin become stronger, more resilient, and forever blooming.
Linden Flower « is a heart shaped and honey scented flower that soothes the nerves, opens the heart, is a rich antioxidants, and has been called the “tea of happiness” for its role in easing tension and stress.
Damiana Flower « flowers are calming, uplifting, and known as a gentle relaxant that enhances mood and bolsters libido. It’s name is derived from the greek word for subdue, and suggests its role as an all around feel good herb that soothes nervous tension and stress.
Skullcap «A bitter-mint family herb that is particularly indicated for insomnia, anxiety, irritation and sensory overload–when you’re hypersensitive to sounds, lights, touch, etc. Skullcap effectively soothes nervous tension while renewing the central nervous system. It is a classic herb for insomnia in the Materia Medica.
Passion Flower « A native plant from the southern US to Guatemala and commonly grown in Europe. It’s a classic nervine herb used for its sedative and soothing properties to calm an overstimulated mind. It eases the transition into a restful sleep but without groggy side effects. The perfect antidote for the chronic worrier or excessive thinker!
Chamomile Flower « Containing a vast array of medicinal actions that cover everything from gut, skin, immune system, nervous system and beyond. Chamomile is likely one of the most widely used nervine herbs. As an antispasmodic herb, it works on peripheral nerves and muscles, which indirectly relaxes the whole body. Its ability to relax and tone the nervous system while easing symptoms within the digestive tract and respiratory system make it highly beneficial for anxiety and stress.
Lavender Flower « Most notably celebrated for its aromatic scent and affinity towards skin with topical application, it also contains therapeutic benefits with internal use. Lavender is a cooling nervine with antidepressant, carminative (reduce bloating), antispasmodic and mildly sedative properties. The scent alone can quell irritation, emotional upset, depression and nervous tension.
- Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender)*
- Scutellaria Laterifolia (Skullcap)*
- Matricaria Chamomilla (Chamomile)*
- Passiflora Incarnata (Passionflower)*
- Tilia Europea (Linden)*
- Turnera Diffusa (Damiana)*
As a nightly tea: add two teaspoons to 10 ounces of near boiling water then cover and steep for up to 20 minutes. Strain your tea, sit back, savor, and prepare to rest deeply.