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If you are wondering what else to do with all that lettuce laying around the house
- try making a great cup of tea for insomnia. This simple recipe for lettuce tea will help you with insomnia and also acts as
a mild sedative. The recipe was found in a 40 year old herbal medicine book - and I have
tried it. It works ever so gently. After the basic recipe there is more information about the particular lettuce that
I chose, romaine, which is by far more nutritious
than iceberg. I always recommend that lettuce be bought
Thoroughly wash the leaves and then simmer for 20 minutes in the 1/2 pint
of water. How does it taste? I found it to
be very light, mild, refreshing and surprisingly good. I don't have insomnia but
other than stir-frying leftover lettuce, I didn't know what else to do with it.
But yes, even though I didn't feel tired, my eyelids
insisted upon fluttering, ultimately closing - and quite soon I
drifted off to sleep - and had quite a good rest. How often should I drink it?
While it is recommended as a nightly drink - I'd suggest trying it first on the weekend when you don't have to get up for work and
see how you feel. It is supposed to have sedative effects and I found the next day
that I wanted to lay around and read a book.
I didn't feel tired but wanted to lay around - it felt
quite good. Perhaps that is the sedative effect. What about the leaves that remain? I
poured the tea into my favorite teacup from Harrod's,
and a couple tiny bits of the lettuce went in the cup.
I liked the way it looked so I left it like
that. The leaves in the pot tasted like very mild cabbage so I ate it.
What are the health benefits of romaine lettuce? Different lettuces have different benefits.
Romaine lettuce is highly recommended for blood type A people and I do
find I prefer it.
B Vitamins - the main B vitamin is folate which helps prevent anemia
and is beneficial for healthy fetal development.
One cup has 16% of the DV. Other B vitamins are in trace amounts.
Romaine also contains - protein, calcium, omega-3, fiber and iron. Herbs have long been used in traditional medicine, and as a tea,
is often prescribed by herbalists. A play on a word perhaps?
That was my first thought when I serendipitously came across a discreet ad for mamajuana,
while ordering food in a quaint little shop. What is 'Gunpowder' Green Tea?
Gunpowder green tea is one of the green teas of China: it comes from the Fujian Province.
What is Bamboo Leaf's Tea? Wild tea plants originated in China thousands of years ago.
Then, as now, the choices are many and varied.
is now described as, The Science-Backed Miracle Cure thanks to its
many nutrients and antioxidants. How to Make Two-Toned Iced
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Glen Stok - I was so surprised when I tried this and it worked - so nicely and gently.
Next think I knew I was asleep. Recently I found out that dark cherries have
more melatonin than other fruits - and of course are safer than synthetic melatonin. Thelma Alberts - Hope you do try it and like it.
And thanks for the votes - yay! I love lettuce, but on salads.
I have never heard of this lettuce tea before.
IÂ´ll definitely try it next time I have lettuce at home.
Thanks for this useful information. This is a very original idea
that I never heard of before. I definitely have to
give it a try. It seems easy enough - as you said, you just
basically boil the lettuce in water.
Sometimes I have insomnia so this is worthwhile giving a
try. Thanks for writing about it. A very valuable information, thank you!
Hope you like it Jyoti Patil. It is just so delightful!
This is very interesting and useful too. Im sch an Insomniac and i hope this works for me.
You're welcome leann2800. I'm amazed at how gently and effectively this works!
Hope you like it! I have never heard of this.
I will definitely have to check it out. Yes, now you got me wondering wmseo - what else we can brew as a tea.
This is a good hub idea.
Thanks Sarzn I will check out your hub too! You're welcome - and great RTalloni!
Like you I like to write from experience. This tea is just sooooo delightful.
Thanks bunches for the heads up on this hub so I can link
it to mine on insomnia. I also want to try out the recipe soon so I
can have personal experience to share when I tell others about
it. As I do more research about nutrition - and different lettuces
- it seems lettuce has been used since ancient times as a sedative.
Hope it works for you - it is such a peaceful type of nodding off.
Nice to meet you by the way!
This is a must try, i always had problems with
sleeping hope this works. And sometimes you just don't know what
to do with the extra lettuces in the fridge. This is a good idea,
didn't know that the recipe existed a long time ago. I'm so glad you enjoyed the hub.
We can probably do so many things with our organic fresh
vegetables. I wonder what else I can make tea with - probably nice fruits too.
That market sounds so fabulous. I thought lettuce is only for
salads or 'greens'. What a short but concise hub! Thanks Ms.
BkCreative for this. I munch lettuce (organic one) once in a while.
There's a local market (every Saturday) that sells organic product in the city (here in Naga City, Bicol, Philippines just
along Magsaysay strip). It's always a successful event every weekend.
Thank you so much, for this! The book was "Herbs in Daily Living" - I think.
Long gone because all the other information was pretty commonplace - like the benefits or garlic and onions and so
on. But the lettuce tea I had never heard of and decided to try.
This sounds awesome. I was actually searching for lettuce soup because
I have a huge amount from my CSA. Can you share the name
of the book?
Thank you scheng1 - I am going to dig out the book
and see what else I can share. I remember reading something about
onions. I'm putting this on my writing list! I am very
curious about the 40 years old book. I think the author is very knowledgeable about herbal and plants usage.
Hope you can share more. You're welcome What's News!
Hope it works for you! I never heard of this one. I'm
going to give it a try the next time I find myself needing a good nights sleep.
Thanks for the info. And thank you for your kind comment Seafarer Mom.
This is such a delightful tea and so calming.
I just feel so good when I drink it.
I made some of it very weak a few weeks ago and I think that was just enough for
me to enjoy its sedative benefits without going to sleep - just so lovely.
Love that lemon zinger tea too, or even ginger and then with
a bit of honey. Another calming soothing drink.
Maybe I will have some tonight. Thanks for such a lovely comment.
Thank you for this wonderful hub, BkCreative. I have also
seen recipes for lettuce soup and will try them. Funny that I suffered from insomnia for several
nights, both at my Mom's during Thanksgiving vacation and at home the first few nights after we returned.
Last night, my family and I ate a big salad with very green lettuce (not sure what kind), and I slept
soundly the night through. So the two events
are likely to be related! I also sipped a cup of "lemon zinger" tea with
honey (a personal favorite as sedatives go). Another
benefit - my coughing attacks have been quelled, so I have more relief
and energy from that, too. I am doing a bit of food shopping today, so I will
make sure I buy some Romaine lettuce. I like this post. What a lovely email Jules.
Thanks so much for taking the time to comment.
I understand what you mean about not being able to sleep while
you are grieving, I've recently gone through this - it takes time and it should.
If you have the time and check back I hope you'll let us know the lettuce tea worked for you in a nice gentle way.
Relax and a few deep breaths and wrap up warmly. Take care of yourself.
Oh you're a SAINT! I have been suffering from insomnia
ever sence the death of my mother and I have been diying to try hot tea you are so wicked great thank
you so much! In homemade stews - great!
And it will give salsa that bit of color. I have become less wasteful.
Everything will be used up - entirely. Thanks Ben Zoltak
- as a new dad there may be a time when you just have to get a good night's
sleep - with no side effects. You'll go to sleep calmly and wake up calmly.
Thanks for commenting and passing on those tips.
Craziness, love it, and I do have occaisional insomnia so thanks Brooklyn Creative for this, who
knew? Funny, I've never used left over lettuce for
stir fry, I'll try that. Might I suggest using it for
homemade stews and soups, also you can use small minced amounts in homemade salsa.
Thanks for the heads up, what a great organic thing. What a great bit of information ron turn. I'm
so glad you shared this. Yes, the West is so far behind in natural healing and prevention. The objective here of
course is to discount the wisdom of mothers, and push the multibillion dollar pharmaceutical industry
and industrialized food. And our health is paying dearly for it.
Another thing is the sesame oil. When I lived in S.
Korea it was real sesame oil - here is it so processed it has no nutritional value.
It would have been nice to know about sheng cai tang when I was in Beijing as I am not
a meat eater.
Perhaps I can find it in the authentic restaurants here
in Chinatown - when I go to a local one - I'm still going to ask about it.
Fortunately, we have a forum like this where we can spread the word.
Interesting that the west are just catching on now, Chinese have been making SOUP out of lettuce
since I don't know how long, but along with the lettuce, crushed garlic and a few drops of
sesame oil before serving. This is so funny mulberry1 - because here it is after 1:22am and I am
on hub pages - when I really should have gone to be at least
2 hours ago.
And if I'm not online I'm watching home shows on HGTV well
into the night/morning.
Ah, well if we can, why not. Hope you try it and like it. I may give this
a try. I sleep like a log 3 or 4 nights a week. The other nights I'm up half of the time.
I'll just wait and after a few nights of good sleep
I'll give it try. The only bad part is I won't get any of those late night Hubs done.
So true pager7 - we can probably do so much more with what we have.
I must look into that. Some awesome ways to make beneficial use of lettuce!
Hope you like it NeonGekko! Wow, I never heard of that!
I can't wait to try it out. Thank you Freya Cesare - it
works so nicely. Thanks for the rating and bookmarking!
Thank you very much. Rate up and bookmarking. It makes sense Lita
C. Malicdem - as you say for that bit left over and there
always seems to be a bit left over. And you're
welcome. Thanks for writing! I eat Romain Lettuce for its crunchy feel in the palate.
I'm at times sleepless.
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