Calm Tea Jar


Calm Tea by TeaGood is a delicate blend of sacred flowers and medicinal mushrooms to gently calm the senses and find peace of mind.

  • Tulsi R
  • Reishi
  • Passionflower
  • Chamomile
  • Lavender
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Sacred lotus flower

Therapeutic Benefits-


Tulsi: also called Holy Basil, is one of the most sacred plants in India and has been used for thousands of years to support natural purification and restore harmony in the body, mind and spirit. Tulsi is an adaptogen that has been found to protect organs and tissues against physical stress, as well as chemical stress from industrial pollutants and heavy metals. The sacred plant has been shown to counter metabolic stress through normalisation of blood glucose, blood pressure and lipid levels; and psychological stress through positive effects on memory, cognitive function and its anti-anxiety and anti-depressant properties.

Reishi: has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2000 years and is known as ling zhi - means 'spirit plant' or 'tree of life mushroom'. Acting as an adaptogen, reishi provides an individual with protection from various biological, environmental and social stresses. This herb is a wonderful anti stress gift. Reishi contains polysaccharides and triterpenes which have a calming effect and relax the central nervous system, promoting feeling of peacefulness and helping with insomnia, anxiety and general restlessness. Reishi also works as an antioxidant against free radicals, the ganoderic acid provides anti-inflammatory effects for cells, leading to an overall decrease in physical stress to the body.

Passion Flower: symbol of passion, love and compassion, the flower has been known for its sedative and soothing properties, which may help with anxiety disorders, nervousness, agitation, and insomnia. The nutrients in this powerful flower help to boost GABA levels in the brain - the neurotransmitters that help calm the senses and eliminate excessive energy. 

Chamomile: has a rich history as a spiritual and medicinal herb used by the ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians. Considered the herb of the sun, drinking chamomile tea was thought to restore vital energy sources, and bring positive energy and prophetic dreams. It was dedicated to the sun god RA by the Ancient Egyptians whilst some Germanic tribes dedicated it to their sun god Baldur (god of joy, purity and light). It was also listed as one of the nine sacred herbs of the Lacnunga, an ancient Anglo-Saxon herb guide from the 11th century. The golden essence of Chamomile has been traditionally known as a natural cure for mild anxiety, insomnia and other nervous system conditions. As a nervine, chamomile depresses the central nervous system, reducing anxiety while not disrupting normal performance or function. This is due to the active principles of chamomile including flavonoids, glycosides, and essential oils.

Chrysanthemum: in addition to being the supreme flower of fall, the sacred Chrysanthemum has a rich, honoured, 3000-year cultivation history in its native eastern Asia. The ancient flower symbolises long life and good luck in China, and in Korea, they convey integrity and elegance. In traditional Chinese medicine, chrysanthemum tea is known for its cooling and calming properties that facilitate relaxation. High in vitamin A, B, C, beta carotene and bone-strengthening minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium, the sacred flower has been traditionally used to support the nervous system and liver by having effects on GABA and serotonin receptors.

​​Lavender: has been considered by the Egyptians as a sacred herb that they associated with eternal life and has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and treat conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, stress and mild depression. As an adaptogen, Lavender magically helps the body to adapt, adjust and recalibrate itself depending on the emotional and physical surroundings. For example, it can help calm in times of stress, bring peace to a racing mind, give clarity when everything around is in turmoil and give energy when tied. 

Sacred Lotus Flower: in the ancient temples of Egypt, there is hardly a monument to be found that doesn’t prominently display the Lotus flower. It’s seen everywhere on pillars, thrones, stone alters, papyrus scrolls, and on the ceremonial headdresses of pharaohs. The flower has been traditionally used for its calming effect that may help to promote a positive mood, aid with restlessness, nervousness, mild depression and relaxes both nerves and muscles. 

Sustainable Packaging-

Amber jar: designed of 100% glass to preserve freshness, flavour and nutritional benefits of the herbs by protecting from oxygen and sunlight exposure. The jar can be refilled or reused for a minimal impact on the environment. 

Refill bag: made from 100% compostable materials. Simply dispose the bag in your compost or garden bed after use.