Can white tea with chrysanthemum and goji berry help you sleep better?


In the quest for a restful night’s sleep, many turn to traditional remedies that are free from harmful additives. One such remedy is the soothing blend of white tea with chrysanthemum and goji berry. Packed with antioxidants and unique calming properties, this delicious tea not only tantalises your taste buds but also helps to naturally promote a restful night’s sleep.

They may have been trusted for generations but how exactly do white tea, chrysanthemum and goji berry combine into the lullaby of tea blends? To answer this, let’s take a closer look at each ingredient:


Sweet dreams with white tea

White tea, known for its delicate flavour and minimal processing, is a treasure trove of health benefits. Rich in antioxidants, it helps combat oxidative stress and inflammation1, both of which can interfere with sleep. Compared to coffee, the low caffeine content in white tea ensures that it won’t disrupt your sleep cycle, making it an excellent choice for an evening beverage.


Calming chrysanthemum

Pretty and cheerful-looking, chrysanthemum flowers have long been revered in traditional medicine for their calming effects. Infusing white tea with chrysanthemum enhances its soothing properties, offering relief from stress and anxiety2. The natural compounds in chrysanthemum are believed to have a mild sedative effect, making it an ideal addition to your bedtime routine.


Sleep-inducing goji berry

The tiny but mighty red goji berry is a superfood renowned for its health benefits. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, goji berries contribute to overall wellbeing. More importantly, they contain a small amount of melatonin, which can help regulate sleep-wake cycles3. Including goji berries in your white tea infusion can help synchronise your body’s internal clock and improve sleep quality.

A harmonious blend for your evening cuppa

In the hustle and bustle of modern life, finding natural ways to improve sleep is invaluable. By incorporating soothing tea into your nightly routine, you’re not only treating your taste buds but also paving the way for a more restful and rejuvenating sleep, night after night.

Combining white tea, chrysanthemum and goji berry creates a harmonious blend that delights your taste buds and nurtures your body towards better sleep. The subtle flavour of goji berries beautifully complements the floral notes of chrysanthemum, resulting in a balanced, calming infusion.


Enjoy Plant To Table by Nutrilite White Tea Mix with Chrysanthemum & Goji Berry!

Easy to prepare, the Plant To Table by Nutrilite White Tea Mix with Chrysanthemum & Goji Berry offers a tasty and effective solution. Featuring delicate white tea and fragrant chrysanthemum from China’s Zhejiang province as well as delectable goji berry from Ningxia Hui, this cherished tea is made with advanced freeze-dried technology to preserve its flavour, aroma and nutrients, with 5-7x more concentration in a convenient powder form.

Make this wonderful tea a part of your nightly ritual – don’t forget to smooth on the ARTISTRY SKIN NUTRITION Sleeping Mask too – and let the calming powers of white tea, chrysanthemum and goji berry lull you towards a peaceful night’s sleep on the Dreamland Chiromax Luxe Serenity Mattress and Headboard Divan. Sweet dreams await in every soothing sip.


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