Sweet Herbal Tea Recipe

Relief | Sweet Herbal Tea

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This relaxing herbal tea is my go to tea after a long day of work, made with chamomile, raspberry leaf, dandelion and white willow. These herbs help to sooth sore muscles, relax your body and overall make you feel relieved. Every time I drink this teas I sigh in relief for yet another successful and productive day.

Relief is not the only thing this sweet herbal tea recipe can provide, check out the dozens of benefits from each individual herb and this is just naming a few!

Chamomile Benefits

Mountain Rose Herbs

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-septic
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Treats indigestion, bloating and heartburn
  • Treats fevers and chills

Dandelion Benefits

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Detoxifier
  • Treats fevers
  • Diuretic

Raspberry Leaf Benefits

  • Regulates hormones
  • Purifies the skin
  • Treats the flu
  • Treats respiratory disorders
  • Treats canker sores, coldsores, and gingivitis

White Willow Benefits

  • Natural alternative to Aspirin
  • Treats headaches
  • Pain reliever
  • Treats arthritis

The good news is, it’s really easy to make!

1. Choose a Tea Bag

  • Reusable unbleached cotton tea bags
  • Disposable unbleached paper tea bags

2. Fill Tea Bag with Herbs

3. Boil Water

4. Cover and Steep for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

…and that’s it.

Sweet Herbal Tea Recipe

The easiest way for me to make my tea every morning and night is in a mason jar. I am constantly on the go and I have made it a habit to always bring tea and water with me. Thermoses always keep the tea hot for way to long. Mason jars take about 30 minutes to cool down enough to bring with me and it is the most perfect hand warmer ever! Mason jars also allow me to make larger batches so the tea lasts me longer.

I am always drinking different herbal teas and I have yet to get sick this winter, and I don’t plan on it. Different herbs, barks, berries, etc have so many benefits that if you are consistently rotating and drinking a variety of herbs you are more than likely going to be in great health!

Check out this Immunity Boosting Tea along with Nettles Infusion; an alkalizing, nutrient rich brew that will keep you feeling amazing all year round!

Relief Sweet Herbal Tea

A tea meant to calm, relax and detoxify your entire body.
Prep Time2 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Total Time32 minutes
Servings: 1
Author: Amanda Nicole Smith


  • 1/2 tsp chamomile
  • 1/2 tsp raspberry leaf
  • 1/2 tsp dandelion; flowers stems
  • 1/2 tsp willow bark; aka white willow
  • 1 quart purified water


  • Put herbs in either a reusable cotton tea bag or a disposable tea bag.
  • Boil water
  • Cover and Steep for 30-60 minutes


If you use disposable tea sacks as opposed to reusable cotton sacks you can make a larger batch for the days ahead to save time.
In the pictures I had used senna leaf in place of raspberry leaves, I like to switch it up from time to time. Senna is known for being  potent diuretic. If you tend to overeat or eat a lot of processed foods, senna leaf along with all the other herbs will help you “clear out” by morning. I use raspberry leaf around menstruation time as it helps sooth cramps and balances hormones. 

Where to Buy Ingredients

Mountain Rose Herbs has an extensive variety of organic herbs, spices, and teas. I recommend these guys whole heartedly. Frontier is the other major brand that supplies most local herb shops. I have found these herbs at my local health market Dawson’s Market as well as Smile Herb at 4908 Berwyn rd. College Park, MD 20740

Mountain Rose Herbs. A Herbs, Health & Harmony Com

 Recommended Tea Tools

I learned something new while doing my tea tool research. Ball and Kerr lids both have BPA, Tattler’s lid and rings however do not. Tattler’s “reusable” lids and rings also guarantees to last a lifetime, while the other lids rust easily and need to be replaced often. 


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