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The time of incredible acceleration in which we live radically changes our everyday life. There is an increasing number of those who complain that they are upset or nervous, that they have a problem with sleep, ie insomnia and constant fatigue. Psychosomatic diseases (organic disorders caused by the nerve) are becoming more common. Psoriasis, rashes, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure, diabetes, anorexia or obesity are just some of the diseases that are associated with stress and constant nervousness.
Valerian is well known as a plant that helps relax, eliminate insomnia, stress and fear, and has been used for therapeutic purposes for centuries, and valerian-based medicines are now produced in modern pharmacology.Valerian root is used and can be drunk as a tea or in the form of essential oil. Valerian oil has a higher concentrated power than tea and a few drops are enough, two to three times a day. You can drink tea as needed, but some recommended doses are up to three cups of tea a day.
Valerian also seems slow, don't expect all your problems to disappear after one cup of tea. Be patient, when the body creates a sufficient supply of medicinal substances from valerian, you will feel an improvement in your general condition.
In addition to valerian, lemon balm is the second most important when it comes to treating nervousness naturally. Lemongrass is a delicious plant that smells and tastes like lemon, and is an obligatory ingredient in medicines and tinctures for calming. It is used for arrhythmia, tension, nervousness, fears and insomnia. You can use it as a tea or as a tincture.
Lavender can treat tension, insomnia, nervousness, cramps in muscles, intestines and stomach. You can also use lavender as a tea. You can use lavender tincture in the preparation of beverages, but also as aromatherapy. This intoxicating, Mediterranean plant relaxes all the senses and has been used for centuries to relieve the effects of nervousness and stress.
Basil is also an exceptional ally in the fight against insomnia and nervousness, and it also serves as an antidepressant. It has an extremely pleasant smell and taste. Basil tea calms the nerves and nervousness in the stomach and intestines. It can be used in the form of essential oil and as aromatherapy.
Primrose, mint plant, elderberry, sage, anise, St. John's wort, are just some of the other herbs that you can use for the same symptoms, to treat stress and nervousness naturally.