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How to Manage Stress with the Right Herbs

Stress can take a toll on our lives in the form of various diseases.

Fortunately, you can keep stress in normal limits if: eat healthy, do regular exercise and use tea / herbal tinctures.

Studies show that the most effective herbs, anti stress are: valerian, lavender, rosemary, chamomile and linden.

Valerian root has been used medicinally since ancient history. This was used as a sleeping pill for over 1,000 years and has undergone many scientific researches in the modern era. Several studies show that valerian, when taken before bedtime helps you sleep more soundly and thus feel more rested and relaxed. A study of Humbolt University of Berlin in 2000 found that people who suffer from insomnia can benefit from superior quality sleep if I take 600 milligrams of valerian extract for 14 days. Another way to get rid of white nights is to take a teaspoon of tincture daily for more than 6 weeks. As the tea is recommended to drink three to five cups of tea per day of valerian. Last cup of tea should be drunk in about 30 minutes before going to bed. Though not a toxic plant, it is better to take small doses. It is best to start treatment with a few cups of tea a day, to see what effect it has on your body.

Contraindications and side effects

They are quite rare, they can occur when the administration period exceeds six weeks or daily doses are very high. In these cases can occur headache, dizziness, lack of concentration and insomnia. Pregnant and nursing women should avoid taking valerian. It's against the administration indicated if taking antidepressants or alcohol. Studies show that over 30% of adults suffer from insomnia not confuse valerian used in medicine, with the supermarket, destined salads! There are different varieties.


Hailing from the highlands of the Provence region of southern France - is a plant whose scent is calming, sedative, relaxing. Lavender essential oil is used in aromatherapy from ancient times and lavender sachets placed in lockers with clothes and bed linen are designed not only to ward off moths and other insects, but also to print them smell pleasant and restful.

Lavender tea helps relieve stress and anxiety. Add one or two teaspoons of this herb in 150 ml of boiling water and infuse them for about 10 minutes. Drinking evening, the infusion of lavender relieves insomnia.

Lavender powder fine grinding plant get well dried and shredded in an electric coffee grinder. Grind both plants is consumed in a week's time after which it loses its quality lavender. The powder is stored in dry, cold and dark, airtight glass jar, best in the refrigerator. One teaspoon of powder, taken three or four times a day relieves agitation.

Lavender tincture is obtained from one part lavender powder and three parts Alcohol, vodka or homemade brandy. The vessel, bottle or jar, close tightly and leave to soak for 14 days, stirring from time to time, content to better homogeneity. After passing the required timeframe maceration, the preparation is filtered through gauze and tincture obtained is kept cool and dark, small bottles dark. The tincture can be used for two years from the date on which they were gathered flowers. Tincture, half a teaspoon, three, four times a day, solves heart problems caused by stress.

Contraindications and side effects 

In pregnancy, lactation, administered to young children, allergy lavender. Photosensitivity, and skin allergies may occur.


Mediterranean herb, rosemary means "dew of the sea". Used since antiquity in both culinary arts and in medicine and rituals, rosemary has the ability to stimulate and unlock various body systems.

One of the important effects is the stimulation of blood flow to the brain, helping to alleviate stress, anxiety and anguish, to increase concentration and improve memory.

Researchers at the University of Northumbria in the UK have found that after exposure to the smell of rosemary oil, 48 students have obtained better scores on memory tests and were more energetic than their peers.

Rosemary Tea  - in and liter of hot water, put 30 flowers of rosemary. Allow to infuse for 15 minutes. Drink 3 cups of tea a day (morning, noon and evening) for one month.

Rosemary essential oil

Contraindications and side effects

Pregnant women and nursing mothers are advised not to consume rosemary in large quantities because excessive doses can affect the fetus or even lead to miscarriage. Consumption of rosemary is contraindicated for people with high blood pressure or epilepsy. Plant leaves can cause serious side effects, such as spasms, coma inducing vomiting and pulmonary edema (fluid accumulation in the lungs), if consumed in large quantities.


Chamomile has been used thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, where he was honored for its excellent curative. It was first used in Europe in 1600, to treat various ailments such as insomnia, back pain, rheumatism, neuralgia and nervousness.

Years ago, in Europe and the United States, chamomile tea was a cure for the disease called "vapor." This disease was characterized by anxiety, fainting and swooning.

It is indicated to relieve tension and stress caused by removing depressed mood and anxiety. Chamomile is known as one of the most effective painkillers. Of all the species of chamomile, the German proved to be most effective against stress.

The infusion of chamomile - a teaspoon of chamomile flowers per cup of boiling water. Allow to infuse for 20 minutes and poi is given.

Chamomile essential oil

Contraindications and side effects

Chamomile is generally considered safe and non-toxic. Side effects are extremely rare.However:- if high doses concurrently with another treatment, a medical specialist should be sought.

A study has shown that chamomile preparations contain elements that lead to the inhibition of metabolism of certain drug activity. Another study conducted on rats showed that high doses of chamomile essential oil can cause a depressive effect;- people suffering from allergies to plants of the family Compositae should be cautious in using chamomile. Allergic reactions may include skin reactions.


It has been used in European folk medicine for centuries to treat a wide range of health problems. Flowers from two species of linden (Tiliacordata and Tiliaplatyphyllos) were used to calm nerves and treat health problems associated with anxiety. These flowers were used as a tea to relieve anxiety associated with indigestion, irregular heartbeat and vomiting.

Linden tea treats:


The states of fear without any real reason may be driven using lime tea. Soothing ingredients of lime flowers and some fear diminishes its associated disorders: neurovegetative dystonia, panic attacks, etc. In this case, the tea can be replaced even with lime powder - daily swallow, one teaspoon grated lime powder for 6 weeks per year.

Hysteria and irritability

People tend to get angry easily or have all sorts of emotional problems, can cure a combined infusion of lime: drink daily for 28 days, a cup of lime tea.


A cup of lime tea, drunk with half an hour before bedtime will do wonders, especially if sweetened with a teaspoon of honey. Linden flowers contain active ingredients that are intended to induce drowsiness.

Migraines and headaches

1 to 2 cups of hot tea drunk on an empty stomach, take effect quickly sedative removing migraines and headaches.

Contraindications and side effects

It is recommended not to be internally managed doses of lime excessive insomnia can occur otherwise.The normal doses, no study done so far not revealed any toxic form of lime, even on nursing women or those pregnant.Very rare cases of allergy can occur lime, which occurs especially cutaneous.

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