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Monday, November 28, 2016

Rosh Does: TeaMi Relax Tea review

As you may have seen on my Instagram around three weeks ago I started taking TeaMi Relax tea as a way to relax before going to bed. TeaMi Relax tea claims to help ease users, who tend to find it difficult to wind down before bed, into a calming sleep.

What is TeaMi?
TeaMi is a tea brand that make a variety of different teas, from energising TeaMi Alive, TeaMi Profit, cleansing TeaMi Colon and TeaMi Skinny and to revitalising TeaMi Energy and TeaMi Focus. All their teas are loose-leaf, all-natural, dairy free and GMO free blends that are targeted to specific health benefits or concerns.  

What is Relax Tea?
TeaMi Relax is a unique blend of all natural ingredients that aids with sleep. The Relax blend is a soothing and tasty tea to drink. It’s caffeine free which makes it and ideal to drink before bed. The blend contains; Lavender Flower, Chamomile, Lemon grass, Orange peel and Valerian Root extract. The natural ingredients help relax tight muscles and relax a restless mind. TeaMi Relax contains antibacterial properties, helps to reduce the effects of insomnia, and helps soothe upset stomachs.
How does it work?

Teami Relax is really easy to brew. I do not have an infuser or tumbler so I take a teaspoon of the loose leaves and place it into a cup of boiling water. It is recommended to leave the leaves in the water for 3-5 minutes. I tend to leave mine for the full five minutes to ensure I am knocked out from all of the natural ingredients full potential. 
To drain the loose leaves, I use a sieve and a kitchen towel and I am left with clear tea in a mug. I then add one teaspoon of honey to taste.
So, would you recommend TeaMi Relax tea?

I have a pretty hectic work schedule and commute journey. I spend on average around 3 hours travelling on TFL central line and Thameslink trains. As I noted in my previous blog post, I suffer from commuter anxiety which means by the time I get home I am restless. I make a conscious effort to be in bed by 9.30pm-10pm and to stop endlessly refreshing my social media around 10.30pm.

I have found that I fall asleep a lot quicker and I wake up feeling a lot more refreshed and energised the morning after. It tastes great as well! No lingering aftertaste or bitter medicinal taste. I can definitely see TeaMi tea being a part of my bedtime routine. I would definitely recommend TeaMi Relax tea as a sleep aid to anyone who suffers from restlessness or insomnia.

For anyone that is interested in trying any of TeaMi’s range use my discount code “Roshsrambles”. 



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