We all go through periods of depression and stress Natural remedies help to support the nervous system and to keep nerves settled and soothed and enable us to cope more easily with the everyday stresses of our existence. In fact, natural remedies have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to support the healthy functioning of the brain and nervous system.
Some of the famous and traditional herbs are named as follows:
Conventionally, the whole passion flower plant, freshly obtained or dried out, has been used as an herbal remedy to heal conditions such as nervousness and sleeplessness or insomnia.
Kavakava (Piper methysticum) made from the roots of the kava shrub (Piper methysticum) is an effective treatment for anxiety, restlessness and for uneasy psychological states. Kava kava is available in the form of beverages, extracts, capsules, tablets and topical solutions.
Chamomile teas are well documented for having a positive effect on stress, as is lavender, often used before bedtime or as an additive to bath water and cat nip which, although used frequently for addressing feline behaviours, is also thought to help soothe in times of stress.
Remedies such as ginseng, St John’s wort, reishi and passionflower are also known to help soothe the nervous system during episodes of anxiety, whilst lemon balm is recommended for help to eliminate aches and pains.
Chew twelve leaves of basil two times in a day for preventing stress. This is one of the simple and effective home remedies for stress.
Take Ashwaganda This herb comes from India, improves mental and physical performance, relaxes brain waves and reduces stress, especially in people affected by overwork, anxiety, sexual debility and fatigue.
Liquorice is a very powerful antidepressant. One of the benefits of liquorice is that it helps to relieve adrenal gland stress and support the adrenal system during times of excessive stress by keeping it in balance. Therefore, drinking one cup of Liquorice tea three times daily may be beneficial for depression, anxiety, nervousness and migraines caused by stress.
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