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August 09, 2021

Life is full of surprises, but they’re not always particularly welcome. Whether it’s work issues, family problems, money worries, or a global pandemic – the world has a way of throwing us unexpected curveballs that can lead us to feel stressed.

When life feels overwhelming, it’s important to take a step back and find healthy ways to manage your stress. We know you’re busy running the world, but we’re big believers in taking time to look after yourself, and that could be as simple as lighting a candle.

Here are some of our favourite natural remedies for dealing with stress.

Put the kettle on

Give yourself five minutes away from the chaos of life and create a moment of tranquillity with a cup of our Quiet Time Tea.

The subtle floral infusion is formulated by our herbal experts to help you feel calm, quiet and mindful. Whether you need a break from work, or you want to start your day feeling less stressed, allow yourself a few minutes of quiet time to focus your mind and relax.


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