February 08, 2018 2 min read
Whether it’s stresses from the day or more serious health issues that are keeping you up at night, many botanicals have been known to encourage a good night’s sleep.
Here are a few recommended botanical herbs and how to use them:
You can partake of these herbs as a tea by brewing your herbs and drinking about one hour before bedtime. You can take it as an extract form about 30 minutes before bed. Mix it with a little water if you do not like the flavor.
In addition to herbs, many turn to essential oils as a natural way to promote sleep.
The following are some sleep-promoting essential oils:
Essential oils can be inhaled by using a diffuser in the bedroom or by dropping a few drops on a cloth or Kleenex and holding it around the nose to breathe it in. Essential oils can also be used directly on the skin. It is recommended to mix your EO with a carrier oil first in case there is any skin irritation. Use jojoba, coconut or shea butter as a carrier.Herbs and essential oils are great natural ways to relax and fall asleep quicker. However, if you’re not sleeping through the night, not feeling well-rested the next morning, or snoring, consider investing in asnoring mouthpiece.
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