NATURAL TREATMENT OF NERVOUSNESS
Phytoterapy. Plant preparations to calm your nerves
Today's society is so competitive that it subjects the individual to a state of constant stress. This produces a series of nervous system abnormalities. An ideal situation is one that manages to balance the tension - relaxation necessary to meet the social and personal challenges without submerging people in continuous nervous disarray.
The primary role of phytotherapy in the nervous system control is based on plants with the following properties:
- Tranquilizing plants, able to manage the stress
- Tonic plants to tone our nerves and relax the nervous excitement.
Herbal preparations to treat nervousness
The main plants used to combat diseases of the nerves are:
- Passionflower (Passiflora caeurulea) Especially interesting when the situation of unrest does not let us sleep and suffer from insomnia. It can be used with children or elderly people, even with prolonged treatment, allowing them to rest better at night. Very profitable to help those who are following a treatment for depression or have a tendency to be sad or dejected, in situations like the recent loss of a job, death of a dear one, nerve problems associated with menopause. Also very useful to calm nerves in situations where work demands force us to face a stressful situation exhibitions before the public, examinations, etc. (Infusion of a couple of teaspoons of the dried plant in half a liter of water. Drink a couple of small cups a day) (Maceration the desired quantity of dried plant with the same amount of alcohol for a week. Filter and take a 25 drops per day)
- Borage (Borago officinalis) To balance the excess of adrenal hormones that occurs in a stress situation (Infusion of a spoonful of dried leaves per cup of water. Take a couple of glasses a day)
- Angelica (Angelica archangelica)
- Tarragon: (Artemisia dracunculus) Tarragon contains sedative flavorings such as methyl eugenol and limonene. This plant is also an important source of apigenin, a type of flavonoid with demonstrated sedative properties. (5g infusion of dried leaves in 200ml of water. Two cups a day).)
- Anise: (Pimpinella anisum) The infusion of the fruits of this plant would help to feel us calmer (Infusion of a teaspoon of dried fruits by water cup. Drink a pair of cups per day)
- Celery (Apium graveolens) It has a calming effect on nerves (Decoction of 30 g of dried root per liter of water. Take a couple of glasses a day.)
- Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) Poppy can help calm down jangled nerves. Just make a tea with half a teaspoon of the petals of this plant for a cup of water. We'll drink a couple of cups each day, trying to drink the second one just before bedtime. They can be sweetened with a little honey.
- Hops(Humulus lupulus) It is is a good sedative to calm nerves and excessive sexual desire. (Infusion of a spoonful of dried flowers per cup of water)
- Dragon fruit: Because of its richness in captine, eating pitahaya is suitable for your nervous system.
Supplements for nervousness
Brewer's yeast: Brewer's yeast can be very helpful during periods of nervousness. Its content in vitamin B makes it very suitable to help the nervous system to recover from stress, anxiety or even depression.
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