Herbal Tisane - Loose Leaf

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'Unwind' from Holly Botanic. A Herbal Tisane for Stress and Tension

"Stop, relax and breathe..."

Unwind is a light, fruity herbal infusion that is designed to help relax, calm and promote good quality sleep. All the ingredients are 100% natural, caffeine free and contain no artifical preservatives, colourings or flavourings.

This tisane is available loose in packs of approximately 3 cups, 20 cups, 40 cups and 60 cups. It is also available in 100% biodegradable SOILON® tea bags, in packs of 15 and 30. The packs are heat sealed and resealable.

All of our Holly Botanic products are designed and hand-made on site in small batches, using cruelty-free, non-GMO ingredients.

How our 'Unwind' Ingredients can Ease Stress and Tension

Lemon balm can soothe the nervous system and is widely used for anxiety and stress.

Linden (lime flower) can soothe tension, stress and panic.

Passionflower is calming and thought to reduce anxiety. Its gentle sedative effects make it useful for tension and irritability

Chamomile is widely used to promote calmness and muscle relaxation.

Hibiscus and Rosehip are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, as well as other vitamins and minerals.

Ingredients: Melissa officinalis, Tilia spp., Passiflora incarnata, Matricaria chamomilla, Hibiscus sabdariffa, Rosa canina.

Suitable for vegans. Gluten free.

Packaging is recyclable and made from renewable resources.


To make an infusion add a heaped teaspoon of the tisane to hot (just off boiling) water using an infuser, a teapot and strainer, or a cafetiere and your favourite mug. Leave to infuse for up to 5 minutes (any longer and it will become bitter tasting). Strain and sip. Drink up to 3 cups a day.


*Holly's Tip* Brew a batch of Unwind and allow to cool. Pour into ice lolly moulds and freeze overnight. Add berries or other fruit for a sweet, healthy summer treat!



Can cause drowsiness.

Long lasting stress and tension headaches can be a sign of a more serious health issue. If you are concerned speak to your GP.