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  • 7 Local(ish) Products to Help Lull You to Sleep

    Keep your internal clock on schedule with this slumber-boosting candle, blanket, soundtrack, and more.

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    Chunky Knit Blanket by Broadwick Fibers

    Don’t listen to the naysayers: You’re never too old for a blankie. Especially super-soft chunky knit merino throws like this one from Denver knitter extraordinaire Camille McMurry. Starting at $150

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    Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Extra Tea

    Contrary to popular belief, the knockout ingredient in Celestial Seasonings’ calming tea (which the Boulder company debuted way back in 1972) isn’t actually chamomile. It’s valerian—nature’s gentler, kinder version of Ambien. From $3.39 per box

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    Candelaria Candles’ Gemini Scent

    The hints of lavender, tangerine, and clementine in Candelaria’s Gemini candle should put you in the mood for a snooze. But you can also create your own slumber-prompting scent at the Santa Fe Drive shop’s candle-making classes ($30). $20

    By Sarah Boyum
    Violet Hour Fashion Violet Eye Mask

    Denver apparel designer Katey Kaiser’s hand-sewn eye masks are as fashionable as they are functional. They let you show off a stylish design and revel in the cool softness of the 100 percent silk layer that rests against your lids. $19

    Chill Angel Nighty Night

    Temperature regulation is key to restful sleep—and that’s where Steamboat Springs’ Chill Angel comes in. The sleepwear line’s 100 percent merino wool pajamas function like a base layer: wicking moisture away while keeping you warm (but not too hot). $129

    By Sarah Boyum
    Spinster Sisters Co. Lavender Rose Botanical Soak

    Lavender tops the list of essential oils that’ll help you sleep. Denver skincare company Spinster Sisters Co. mixes the herb with rose petals and Epsom salts to create a bath bound to induce sweet dreams. $17

    Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony CD

    Let this South African–born, Boulder-based crooner sing you to sleep with lullabies like “If I Go, I’m Goin” and “The Stable Song,” both recorded with the Colorado Symphony at Boettcher Concert Hall in 2015. $15

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