Natural Herbs For Anxiety

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With the condition that was happening at this time. Such anxiety has become part of our lives. Out there, the various drugs used to overcome this problem. Did it work? I do not know. But it is clear now most people start thinking to use a natural way to overcome this anxiety. Well here we will present how herbs for anxiety that will be able to help you cope with anxiety and stress. But as always, talk to your doctor before using any of these herbs on a regular basis

Passion Flowers

Wine of the passion flower is acting as a natural sedative that will not make you sleepy to relieve nervousness, anxiety and panic attacks, of course. Passion flower will work to balance your emotions. The effect of this flower is not to give a sense of hyper happy like drugs. Passion flower it will stabilize your emotions from the very extreme conditions. So if you feel you have excessive emotions throughout the day, probably this passion flower is a good choice for you

meadow sweat

Meadow sweat can also be used to relieve headaches due to anxiety and stress. you can drink meadowsweat tea or a way to extract it for your diet supplement. However, it should be noted that for those of you who have a sensitivity to aspirin should avoid the use of this herb meadow sweat because it should not be used at a lower headache or fever in children because it may cause Reye’s syndrome

St. Johns Wort

Extracts of this popular herb exert an antidepressant effect by inhibiting the reuptake of the neurotransmitters serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine. Dosage may vary.  The one I took had a recommended serving of  three grams of powder per day, but you really need to take it  for weeks before results are felt.  That said, if you just buy the supplement pills at your health store, this herb becomes a convenient way to ward off the blues.  

Kava Kava

This is one of the most popular choices for the treatment of anxiety and insomnia. It is a powerful herb from the South Seas. Used as an alternative to Valium, research studies have found it reduces anxiety equivalently.  The advantage is that there are no addictive side effects with the Kava Kava.  Bear in mind, Kava Kava WILL knock you out.  It acts as a sedative so don’t take it if you need to stay alert for any duration of time.  This is a more powerful alternative if Valerian root isn’t getting rid of your nocturnal anxiety effectively enough.        

Ginkgo Biloba

Used to improve circulation to the brain, Ginkgo Biloba elevates mood and is often used as a natural antidepressant.  Side effects are minimal, but talk to your doctor if you decide to go this route.  Ginkgo Biloba has been linked with bleeding disorders so you should do your homework before giving it a try.   

Besides the above herbs are there, following me also say a few other herbs believed to relieve stress and anxiety of these are  Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is one herb shown to relieve anxiety in clinical trials. Standardized Valerian extracts with a minimum of 0.8% valerenic acid, the active constituent, work best. Valerian extract works rapidly, often in less than an hour, when taken in doses of a few hundred milligrams, and can be taken up to three or four times per day.   L-theanine, an amino acid derived from Green Tea, is another herb for anxiety with a significant anti-anxiety effect. Many people report that L-theanine works as well as prescription anti-anxiety medications, but L-theanine is not addictive or habit-forming. Quite a few herbal anti-anxiety supplements claim to contain “L-theanine” but actually contain a low-quality Green Tea extract with only a small amount of L-theanine, so make sure that you take an anxiety formula with 98% or 99% pure L-theanine


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