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Celestial Seasonings Herbal Tea, Sleepytime, 40 Count Box (Pack of 6)
Six 40-count boxes of Sleepytime Herbal tea bagsBlended with chamomile, spearmint and lemongrassCaffeine and gluten-free. Zero fatNo artificial flavors, colors or artificial preservativesSteep tea bag in hot water for 4-6 minutes for the perfect cup
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4 Reddit comments about Celestial Seasonings Herbal Tea, Sleepytime, 40 Count Box (Pack of 6):

u/JoeBobTNVS · 54 pointsr/theydidthemonstermath

Here you go

As an American who doesn't like tea, I will try my best


I'm going to assume that 2 servings of SleepyTime Tea is enough to make an adult male from the UK sufficiently sleepy. Using Wikipedia, this translates to 1 bag per 42kg (92.6lb). I'm counting it this way because you made the mistake of saying "all whales in the ocean" and there are a lot of different whales. Using the first few largest whales I could find, we get

  • Blue Whales - 100,000kg (220,000lb) - 17,500
  • Fin Whale - 45,000kg (100,000lb) - 100,000
  • Sperm Whale - 45,000kg (100,000lb) - 375,000
  • Right Whale - 65,000kg (140,000lb) - 15,500
  • Humpback Whale - 30,000kg (60,000lb) - 80,000
  • Bowhead Whale - 90,000kg (200,000lb) - 10,000

    Now by multiplying and adding these estimates, we get a leisurely 2.74325E10 kilograms of whale in our oceans. Divide by 42kg and we get...

    653,154,761.1 bags of SleepyTime Tea.

    Round up to an even 1 billion if you want to use significant figures (probably)


    Edit: If you decided to buy this tea off of Amazon, it would cost you $342,906,205.

    If the US military wanted to put all of the whales in the world to sleep, they would need to contribute 4.37 hours of their funding.
u/pollyannapusher · 5 pointsr/stopdrinking

Grats on the 3 days. All I had for sleep at that point was just a bunch of fitful moments. Here are a few suggestions to offer from my experience:

  • I run for 30 minutes when I get home. I don't listen to tunes or anything, just count my strides and decompress.

  • Sleepytime tea is a great relaxer. It usually knocks me out within 20 minutes - hour if I don't fight it.

  • avoid caffeine after noon (I ended up quitting altogether)

  • I avoid sweets at night because I get a sugar rush that winds me up and then I crash, feeling icky. Same for meals close to bedtime.

    Establishing a nighttime ritual in general is important:

  • Go to bed at the same time each night and rise at the same time each morning.

  • Make sure your bedroom is a quiet, dark, and relaxing environment, which is neither too hot or too cold.

  • Make sure your bed is comfortable and use it only for sleeping and not for other activities, such as watching TV, or listening to music. Remove all TVs, computers, and other "gadgets" from the bedroom.

    Good luck....with some work on your part to make sure your environment is conductive to sleeping and some more time sober should have you sleeping well soon.
u/temporary_acount · 2 pointsr/IWantToLearn

I've had success in the past with This. I can't say if it was mainly cause of the product, or placebo, but it certainly helped me relax after a long day.

u/Trucknessa · 1 pointr/Epilepsy

If you're ever having issues falling asleep, I highly recommend Sleepytime Tea. I started taking Valporic Acid 2 years ago and it was causing a lot of issues with my sleeping schedule as I'd have issues falling asleep, waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to fall back asleep and/or being tired all day even after a solid 10 hours of sleep.