Updated: Aug 1
Calling all insomniacs!
Boy, do I have a treat for you!
I decided to keep this post short and sweet so we can get right to the point. So, without further ado, introducing...drrrrum roll pleeeasee...
I am not exaggerating at all when I say this tea is a God-send.
As someone who has struggled with chronic insomnia for over a decade, you can take my word when I say this tea works like magic.
I stumbled upon it a few years ago while I was doing some grocery shopping at Loblaws. It was sitting in the health food aisle, so it was an easy grab since there are no prescriptions needed. I highly doubted it would work, but I decided to give it a go.
That same night I prepared just one cup, and almost instantly felt its intended drowsy effect.
I kind of expected it to do nothing, or barely anything, the same way chamomile tea doesn't do much to put me to sleep (even though my mom always tells me to drink some to feel tired), but its effect definitely didn't go unnoticed.
What's great is that upon trying it, I learned that there is an even stronger dose of sleepiness in its sister version, Traditional Medicinals Nighty Night Extra.
I wish I had a more exciting story to share but that's it for today. There's not much left to say here other than, it works. Try it.
And as mentioned on the home page, I am not a medical expert nor am I to be held responsible for any decisions. Always consult a doctor.
This post is not sponsored (although I wish it was) and I promise I'll always mention if it is. Either way, I only accept sponsorships from products I genuinely believe in and have tried myself. So I would be hard pressed to find someone who is let down by this tea.
Hope you sleep well tonight!
*I do not have ownership rights of the above photographs. The above photographs belong to Traditional Medicinals.