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Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Herbal Tea Caffeine Free -- 20 Tea Bags


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Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Herbal Tea Caffeine Free Description

  • This Most Beloved Of Herbal Teas Gets Its Comforting Aroma And Perfectly Balanced Flavor From A Blend Of Soothing Herbs, Including Delicate Chamomile, Cool Spearmint And Fresh Lemongrass
  • 100% Natural Teas

More than 40 years ago, we created  a truly soothing herbal tea folks wind down the day. We named it Sleepytime® tea, and it quickly became everyone's favorite bedtime tea. Today, our calming Sleepytime blend of botanicals is available in herbal, decaf green and wellness teas, so you can always find the perfect cup for your bedtime routine.

 

Sleepytime® Herb Tea: Sleepytime Herb Tea, a comforting blend of chamomile and spearmint, creates a lullaby of tender flavor to soothe your senses. This 100% natural, gentle cup of hot tea lets you curl up under a quilt of flavor and quiet the tensions of your world. The part of your day shared with Sleepytime is like coming home to find a friend waiting for you by the fire. There's no calm like the sigh from the spirit when you take this moment for rest and reflection ... there's no time like Sleepytime.

Free Of
Artificial colors, preservativee, gluten and caffeine.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag Makes 8 fl oz
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories0*
Total Fat0 g0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate0 g0%
Sugars0 g*
Protein0 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Chamomile flowers, spearmint leaves, lemon grass, tilia flowers, blackberry leaves, orange blossoms, hawthorn berries, and rosebuds. 100% Natural
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What is Magnesium Glycinate? Benefits (and Potential Side Effects) to Know

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What is the function of magnesium?

Magnesium is needed for several processes in the body, including blood pressure, nerve function, blood sugar regulation, bone formation, energy metabolism, DNA synthesis and more. We mostly get it from food, including green vegetables, beans, dairy, nuts and seeds. Reports indicate that about half of adults in the United States do not get enough magnesium through their diet. Still, it would take a significant and prolonged deficit for a deficiency to become a serious health concern. However, you might feel fatigue, nausea, weakness and sleep disturbances if you lack magnesium. Magnesium is required for over 300 enzymatic processes in the body that help regulate reactions, including:
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What are the different magnesium types?

At least 11 types of magnesium are available in supplement form and in foods, or applied topically. Sometimes a specific type of magnesium will be best for a particular condition or need, and each has pros and cons, including how well the body can utilize and absorb each type. A few of the most common types of magnesium include:
  • Magnesium citrate: a form of magnesium found in constipation remedies.
  • Magnesium lactate: this is a form naturally produced in your muscles and blood cells
  • Magnesium oxide: often used in over-the-counter treatments for relieving constipation, heartburn and stomach upset
  • Magnesium chloride: found in salt water and is a popular choice for baths or foot soaks.
  • Magnesium aspartate: an easily absorbed form of magnesium used as a dietary supplement.
  • Magnesium taurate: a combination of magnesium ion and the amino acid taurine taken as a supplement.
  • Magnesium sulfate: commonly known as Epsom salts and used in baths and foot soaks. It is a combination of magnesium, sulfate and oxygen.
  • Magnesium glycinate: a combination of the amino acid glycine and magnesium.

What is magnesium glycinate?

Magnesium glycinate is a combination of the mineral magnesium and the amino acid glycine, sometimes called bis-glycinate. Your body produces glycine naturally, but you also obtain it from food. It is both an amino acid and a neurotransmitter, as it helps in the production of the feel-good hormone serotonin. Serotonin helps support mood, sleep and cognitive functioning. Glycine is a building block for specific proteins, such as collagen, which provides structure to muscles, connective tissues, bones and skin. Additionally, glycine helps with nerve impulse regulation in the central nervous system and clears certain toxins by binding with them for elimination. Magnesium glycinate is highly bioavailable since binding magnesium with glycine improves its absorption rate and is considered more gentle on the stomach. This means you are less likely to experience side effects, including stomach upset or loose stools. Magnesium glycinate is chelated, which improves its absorbability in the gut and can be used in the body better than other forms, which might be excreted more readily. Chelation simply means that the mineral is bound to another organic or amino acid substance. In this case, magnesium is attached to the amino acid glycine.

How to take magnesium glycinate

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