Have you heard the tale of Little Red Riding Hood? There are many versions of the tale, most of which have the old grandma eaten, even in the versions where she lives. That doesn't make any sense, when you think about it. Also, why would the wolf eat the grandma anyway? She's so sick she can't get out of bed for long, and would have a runny nose at best, has vomited on herself at worst, so she would likely be pretty nasty to eat, especially considering that fresh, young, plump Little Red Riding Hood is coming with a packed dessert in just a few minutes.
So I made a sort-of alternate version of the story where the wolf gives her some lavender/chamomile tea and shoves her in the closet while preparing to get Red Riding Hood (he totally isn't above eating an old lady, he just wanted to lock her up til she was better and THEN eat her).
I figured that I made a fictional tea so I might as well make it a real tea.
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this tea is part of the Fairytale Storybook fandom