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Are you a restless sleeper, having trouble falling asleep or simply sleeping poorly? There are different types of sleep herbs that can help your sleep. We discuss some soothing and relaxing herbs in this article that you can use, so you can get back to a great night's sleep soon!

1. Valerian

Valerian is one of the best-known sleep herbs with a calming effect. Valerian root contains many essential oils and has been used for centuries for its highly effective effects. The herb has relaxing and antispasmodic properties that can increase the number of hours of undisturbed sleep. The root also helps against anxiety and stress. For this reason, it is often used to treat sleep disorders arising from anxiety and nervousness.

The Valarian Indian Elements in our smartshop helps calm your nervous system in cases of overstimulation. Daily, you can take one valerian root capsule to promote sleep and fall asleep easier. A perfect sleep herb for during stressed times or when you experience unhealthy tension. Also, it also helps against headaches, anxiety, nervousness and high blood pressure.

2. Lavender

A very well-known plant thanks to its striking colour and delicious scent, but did you know that lavender is one of the best herbs for promoting sleep? It has even been scientifically studied! And as it turns out, research shows that people who use it daily fall asleep faster and also sleep longer. This is because of the sweet smell of lavender.

You can use lavender as a scent in the form of oil or put some in a bag and put it under your pillow. Another good method is to incorporate the lavender blossom into a delicious herbal tea. Landracer Sleepwell tea contains not only lavender, but also valerian, lemon balm and chamomile. All 'sleep-inducing' herbs that will make sure you can enjoy a good night's sleep again!

3. Passion flower

The passion flower is a beautiful flower that is widely used, not only for its beauty. All over the world, the flower is very popular for its mild calming properties. People often make a delicious cup of herbal tea from the passion flower. You can make this from Passion Flower Indian herbs or Passion Flower extract. Another way is to use a liquid Passion Flower extract. You can then take the herb by putting 5 to 10 drops under your tongue and swallow.

A perfect sedative or sleep aid with an effective effect. It can also help with anxiety, inflammation, ADHD and other conditions like asthma, for instance.

4. Chamomile

A white-yellow flower known for its delicate flavour. But chamomile tea is not only drunk by many for its taste, its calming effect also plays a big role in this. It has a very positive effect on our nervous system and has been used for centuries to promote sleep. Furthermore, it can help with fever, inflammation and flatulence. Fungi and bacteria also don't get a chance to develop further when camomile is used, so it can be used well for gastrointestinal problems.

5. Lemon balm

Lemon balm is used for various remedies. Traditionally, it has been used for insomnia, digestive problems, stomach aches, colds and fever. When used, it calms your breathing, allowing other body parts and organs to benefit from this in turn and be less under stress. This makes it a popular herb for getting a better night's sleep and reducing insomnia.

In our smartshop, we offer a delicious herbal tea with chamomile, lemon balm and valerian root. Drink a cup of this herbal tea daily, and before you know it, you'll be able to sleep soundly again!

6. Blue lotus

Finally, perhaps a slightly unknown sleeping herb: the blue lotus. Also better known as the Egyptian lotus. This flower has been used for centuries in Ancient Egypt to promote healthy sleep. It has a soothing effect and generally helps improve your mood. You can make a delicious herbal tea from the Blue Lotus or soak it in your wine for a few hours. Sleep well!