Relaxing with Les 2 Marmottes

In panic at the office, under pressure at home, tense from morning to night, nervous for a yes or no, irritated at the slightest thing: sound's like you're stressed! It's time to say stop. Les 2 Marmottes explain how to find calm with herbal teas and deliciously relaxing plants.


Press pause with Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is my favourite relaxing plant.

Behind its lovely lemony taste, hides real soothing power.

Ideal for times of stress or anxiety, it helps to fight against overwork.

The stars of our Time Out tea, lemon balm leaves are combined with verbena and orange petals for a cool, calm moment.

Verbena to unwind

It doesn't really need an introduction! Verbena has been used for thousands of years to combat stress, low mood and sleep disorders.

Alone (in our Verbena infusion) or with friends (in our Mint-Linden-Verbena tea), it stands the test of time.

Calming, fortifying and anti-oxidant: it has many benefits to help you look on the bright side of life.

Infusion gingembre 7e ciel, pour une soirée détonante
Une soirée tranquille avec un livre et une tisane au coin du feu
Frisson d'hiver, une infusion cannelle, thym et girofle pour les frileux

Blackcurrant leaf to take it easy

Those who dream of peace and love and feeling zen can count on blackcurrant.

Not exactly a party starter, its leaves are rich in anti-oxidants and act on our stress levels.

Hot or cold, our most chilled tea, Peace Granny, helps to lower your pressure.

The linden tree, gentle strength

Don't be fooled by appearances: it might look  big and wild, but in reality it's full of tenderness.

Its delicate white flowers are even considered a natural tranquillizer.

Used in our Marmot Herbal Tea in a cocktail with 6 other equally amazing plants, the linden tree, offers a well deserved dose of serenity.

Soft landing guaranteed from the first sip. 

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