Which Little Wildling Co Teas do I drink for my health concern? Part I

Our organic tea blends are formulated by qualified Herbalists based on the principles of Western Herbal Medicine to improve vitality, support many body systems, whilst also keeping taste in mind.


Sleep and Stress

Chronic stress usually equals poor sleep quality and these combined are a ticking time bomb for overall poor health. Clinically looking after these two are fundamental for quality of life and preventing chronic illness from developing.

Little Wilding Co uses herbs to promote restfulness and calm the nervous system such as Chamomile, Skullcap, Passionflower, Lavender, and Valerian. To support the adrenals and a healthy stress response we use Licorice, Withania and Siberian ginseng,

Prioritising rest is something everyone should do more. Chill out and wind down with these blends:





Clearer Skin

Our skin is like the red flag for a lot of underlying issues, and there are a few things skin needs the most to look and feel its best, number one being hydration. It also needs antioxidants to scavenge for free radicals which cause cellular damage and ageing, Vitamin C for antioxidants and to naturally stimulate collagen production and supporting the liver, kidneys and lymphatic system to remove toxins from the body.

Our key herbs for clear skin are Burdock, Calendula, St Marys Thistle, Nettle, Red Clover.





Energy and cognitive function

Alive + Energise has herbs which work synergistically to give you a natural mental and physical energy boost throughout the day with its meticulously thought-out blend of Western and Ayuvedic herbs to soothe your adrenals, reduce inflammation, improve cognitive function, concentration, and cerebral circulation.  It’s a healthy replacement for your morning coffee or your 3pm sugary treat. Green tea is packed with polyphenol antioxidants called catechins which increase the body’s own antioxidant capacity, reduce oxidative stress and have anti-inflammatory properties.

With less caffeine than coffee it makes a lovely alternative with all the added benefit of those medicinal qualities whether you’re drinking it as a dried leaf or as a matcha latte.