The Benefits Of Lavender Tea

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My love of Lavender Tea.

I think Lavender tea is somewhat overlooked compared to other teas.

It’s such a simple but impactful herb. Different types of lavender have subtle taste differences and the fresher the flower bud the better the taste.

Because of my love for this refreshing and beneficial tea, I wanted to bring you the very best I could possibly find.

As a person who suffers from anxiety, seasonal depression and who also comes in touch with a lot of people who have sleep quality issues which can also leave them feeling discombobulated at times, I thought that sharing this little feel good gem made sense. 

Inflammation is also something I often experience in my joints, muscles and stomach, the soothing affects of drinking this tea improves the feel good quality of my everyday.

So I am thrilled to bring you this beautiful quality herb for you to enjoy anytime as a hot or cold drink. 

 Purchase Feel Good Science Lavender Tea 

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More about Feel Good Science Curated Lavender Tea

What is Fresh Lavender Tea?

Fresh or dried buds of the Lavender flower. We use freshly dried lavender in our amazing feel good science tea.

Why we think you will like our Lavender Tea? Drinking lavender tea is therapeutically beneficial, instantly impactful and the taste is wonderful. 

Benefits of Lavender Tea.

According to multiple scientific studies, lavender tea helps calm brain function and reduces anxiety by triggering a chemical reaction in the nervous system.

Lavender tea also boosts the production of dopamine and I s also helpful in reducing cortisol also known as the stress hormone.

Drinking lavender tea before bed can increase the quality of your sleep so you wake refreshed. It improves your “restorative sleep” phase giving you more restful sleep.

Lavender reduces inflammation in joints and muscles as well as throughout the body, it is especially good for reducing the risk of blood clots in the arteries which lead to heart attacks.

Lavender aids respiratory health, supports digestive health, detoxifies the body and boosts the immune system.


Our curated Feel Good Science Tea is fresh organic loose buds known for their quality of taste and not contaminated by harsh fertilisers or other chemicals.

A tea pincer or infuser is recommended.

  1. Boil water in preferably a glass kettle for best taste or saucepan.
  2. Place the fresh lavender flowers 1 heap teaspoon per person in a tea infuser, tea pot or tea pincer.
  3. Pour in boiling water
  4. Steep the lavender flowers in the hot water for 8 to 10 minutes. The longer you steep the stronger the flavours will become. You can also top up with hot water.
  5. Drink as is or with natural honey, lemon or sugar.