Deep Sleep 9
Deep Sleep 9
Ingredients: chamomile flowers, valerian root, spearmint leaf, lemon balm leaf, passionflower herb, hops flowers
Good for: Sleep, anxiety, and tranquility
Tastes like: A unique, but pleasant mix - biting, yet clean
Makes you feel like: You’re strapped to your bed soaring through space!
Art by: Billi French
50 grams / 36 servings (1.5 tsp per 8 oz water)
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Strong herbs are usually hard to stomach, and valerian root is no exception. It’s been described as “tasting like rotten gym socks,” but it’s almost certain to put you to sleep…
To overcome this inconvenient flavor I’ve loaded the mix with spearmint, chamomile, & lemon balm. It’s a nice punch – clean, yet biting (and if it bites too much, just add a little bit of honey). For a more tranquil sleeping experience I sprinkled hops and passionflower to the blend. The trio of valerian, hops, and passionflower should leave you waking up refreshed and well-rested!
I don’t mean to brag, but I’ve had a few people tell me my music puts them to sleep! Hear what all the critics have been snoozing about!
Vinyl Pairing: Fripp & Eno – Evening Star (1975)
A seminal album in ambiance. This album really helped me when I had trouble sleeping. Evening Star is the second output from legendary record producer, Brian Eno, and King Crimson guitarist, Robert Fripp. Together they pioneered a genre using tape delay & looping techniques to construct peaceful, lingering soundscapes.
Further Listening: Michael Brook with Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois - Hybrid (1985); Tangerine Dream - Stratosfear (1976)