Who isn’t stressed out? Modern life is a constant stream of surprises and challenges. Anxiety teas are a gentle way to improve mental health and support you on your path to inner calm. We’ve rounded up our top 10 favorites that are as delicious as they are effective. These teas may provide support for conditions such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Chronic stress
  • Insomnia
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Depression

Whether you are looking for teas to help anxiety-induced insomnia, chronic stress, or burnout, we have the right anxiety teas for you.

Our Top 10 Anxiety Teas

1. Comfort Chaga

May improve your stress response.

Flavor Profile: Warm and spicy.

Chaga mushroom is a powerful adaptogen that can help you maintain a state of calm in the rollercoaster of life. In ancient Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine, adaptogens are used daily to improve the body’s response to stress. Our Comfort Chaga tea also features rooibos, bee pollen, turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger for supporting the nervous system.

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2. Greek Mountain

Helps strengthen the heart.

Flavor Profile: Mild and sweet.

Greek Mountain was once a secret to longevity in the Mediterranean - but now the secret is out! This unique herb is believed to help relax blood vessels. This can reduce stress on the heart from chronic anxiety. The taste is pleasant and mild with a hint of citrus. Sip it as often as you like to support long term health.

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3. Calming

To relax and regroup.

Flavor Profile: Subtle spice and aromatic notes.

Another one of our favorite adaptogens is holy basil. Traditionally used in Ayurveda, this herb helps bring the body back to balance. Combined with soothing peppermint and lemongrass it brews a cup of pure relaxation. A pinch of licorice helps to support the adrenal glands, which tend to be worn down when dealing with anxiety.

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4. Sleep Tight

    May improve your sleep cycle.

    Flavor Profile: Sweet peppermint and citrus.

    Mental health problems often lead to insomnia and poor sleep. This tea features valerian root, an herb widely used to promote restful sleep. We recommend drinking it in the evening an hour or two before heading to bed, so it can help you wind down. A medley of relaxation herbs such as peppermint, chamomile, and lemongrass add to the restorative effect.

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    5. Chamomile Bilberry Bliss

    Encourages a positive mood.

    Flavor Profile: Delicate and floral.

    There is no herb more famous for relaxation than chamomile. It is recommended as a daily tea for anxiety and depression. It supports many different systems in the body that are affected by stress, such as inflammation and gastrointestinal upset. Lavender and rose are added to help to ease emotional distress. The essential oils in lavender and rose are released when the tea is brewed, creating a relaxing aroma and flavor.

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    6. Moroccan Mint

    Refreshing and uplifting.

    Flavor Profile: Fresh and minty.

    Green tea and mint together make a perfect anxiety tea. Peppermint is believed to have an uplifting effect on mood. It’s bright, invigorating flavor is an instant boost, especially when blended with green tea. Our Moroccan Mint features fine Gunpowder Green tea, which supports mental health in a variety of ways. Green tea contains l-theanine, an amino acid that has been shown to improve cognition, memory, relaxation, and mental clarity.

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    7. Raspberry Lavender

      Helps tone the nervous system.

      Flavor Profile: Aromatic and slightly tart.

      Lavender is prized for its delicate flavor and restorative effect on the nervous system. It helps to relieve anxiety without making you drowsy. The natural oils in lavender flowers give the tea a fragrant, relaxing aroma. Raspberry leaf compliments with natural vitamins such as vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. These nutrients support optimal nervous system health and overall wellbeing.

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      8. Shaolin’s Grove

        Helps to balance and focus.

        Flavor Profile: Sweet and floral.

        This tea is intended to improve focus and mental stability, like the martial arts practice of Shaolin Kung Fu. It combines green and white tea which are both believed to relax the mind while still increasing alertness. The naturally occurring l-theanine and caffeine together help to sustain both energy and calm. Rose petals and mallow blossoms add extra sweetness.

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        9. Belly Buddy

          Supports the digestive system.

          Flavor Profile: Spicy and fragrant.

          The mind-gut connection is powerful. In some cases, anxiety and depression can be caused by gastrointestinal upset. Belly Buddy contains a mixture of nervine herbs with carminative herbs. Nervine herbs like lemon balm and peppermint help to soothe the nervous system and signal your body that it is time to relax. Carminative herbs such as peppermint and ginger can help prevent gas and bloating in the digestive tract.

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          10. Gyokuro

            Helps rejuvenate the mind.

            Flavor Profile: Crisp and earthy.

            Green tea naturally contains l-theanine, an amino acid that is believed to improve cognition, memory, relaxation, and mental clarity. It can help balance the effect of caffeine to avoid the heart pounding and anxiety associated with other caffeinated beverages. This makes green tea a great choice for people prone to anxiety but still want some caffeine. Since Gyokuro tea plants are grown in shade as opposed to full sun, it retains a higher amount of l-theanine than other green teas.

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            Anxiety Teas for Overall Wellness

            Treating anxiety and depression requires a harmonious blend of lifestyle choices and professional help from doctors and therapists. Anxiety teas are a great way to support your mental health journey. Always remember to consult your doctor in choosing the right tea for you, and then start drinking it regularly. Tea is one of the most ancient remedies for healing both the body and mind, from the gentlest chamomile to revitalizing green teas. Choose the anxiety tea that stands out to you and sip your way to tranquili-tea.