Organic Nighty Night Extra (formerly Organic Nighty Night Valerian)

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Herbal Tea
Lemon Balm, Licorice Root, Passion Flower, Peppermint, Valerian Root
Caraway, Earthy, Herbaceous, Licorice Root, Mint, Musty, Sweet, Tangy
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Caffeine Free
Kosher, Organic
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From Traditional Medicinals

Herbal Power
Our valerian root tea promotes a good night’s sleep.*

Earthy, minty, and satisfyingly herbal.

Plant Story
Our valerian tea for sleep infuses our original Nighty Night tea with the extra power of valerian. Celebrated by the ancient Greeks for its role in sleep promotion, valerian is a gentle, time-tested herbal sedative. To create our strongest sleep formula, we blended valerian with complementary herbs like passionflower, lemon balm, and peppermint to mellow you out and help you sleep easy.*

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why do i torture myself

in other news, I’M GOING to CHINA!

Flavors: Earthy, Herbaceous, Licorice Root, Musty, Sweet, Tangy


That’s awesome! About China, not the musty feet.


Yeah, valerian is gross. It also gives me weird dreams.

That trip sounds really exciting! Which parts of China will you be visiting? If I went to China or Taiwan, I’d toss out everything in my suitcase at the end of the trip and bring back as much tea as I could carry!


Absolutely cannot wait to read your travelogues!


For reals? That’s awesome!!

Marshall Weber

Have fun! Buy lots of tea


Literally we brought four suitcases to Taiwan and three of them were empty. They were all BURSTING on the way back, and there’s definitely still stuff I would have gotten if I could.


Tea will for sure be coming back with me as the whole month there will be spent in tea fields in in Hubei province. One River Tea sent out a mailer for a summer volunteer opportunity that I’m taking advantage of while I can.


OMFG! derk!!! Ahhhhh, I’m so so so excited for your experience and learning and heart. Yaaaasssssssss <3


Agreed! That sounds like a wonderful learning opportunity!

Cameron B.

Yassss so exciting! Can’t wait to hear about it!


Late to read this awesome note, but wow! I hope your visit time in China is the best!


Thanks tea-sipper! I’m about 3 weeks away from departure. I’m concerned that my visa application will be denied. Since re-opening to international travel, China has created a stringent application process for Americans (and maybe others?). Guess I’ll find out early next week! It’s been a very stressful process!!


I was a little worried something like that might happen BUT I hope everything goes as smooth as possible so you can visit some awesome tea gardens!


Sending allllllllll the bureaucratic gobbledygook sweep-away vibes toward every dank cubicle those papers meet. Go go, little portal openers.

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