Modern life ensures that our nervous system is regularly and unfairly stressed. Many life events mean pure stress for our body and our nervous system. The services we do every day are slowly exhausting us. The current uncertainty about what our future will look like doesn’t make it any easier either. And so that everything doesn’t get so hopeless and sad, today we would like to reveal some tips and tricks for improving the quality of life. We want to look up medicinal plants that strengthen our nerves in the herb dictionary. Because if a person has a strong nervous system, nothing can really go wrong. Diet and adequate sleep also contribute to balance and strong nerves. We recommend doing body and breathing exercises straight away, especially if you’re locked in at home for far too long now.

What does the herb lexicon say? Which medicinal plants strengthen the nerves?

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Medicinal plants for the nerves – what does the herb lexicon say?

The stress can be expressed in many ways, and all of these are uncomfortable. Whether as a headache, lack of drive, sleep disorders or even migraines, chronic fatigue and stress can drive you crazy. We would like to list and briefly describe 10 medicinal herbs that could provide you with first aid in the event of an emergency.

In one of the earlier articles we looked closely at the process of making brews.

Many medicinal plants that we know calm down subtly and strengthen at the same time 

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Herbal infusions can alleviate many ailments and calm the nerves 

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The use of essential oils can be effective and effective 

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Even more from the herb lexicon: Feverfew can relieve pain and relax the psyche

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Feverfew: Caution! Do not confuse it with chamomile!

In folk medicine, this herb is mainly used for women’s ailments and especially for lowering fever. A description of the herb from the 17th century says that the medicinal plant is a good remedy for all ailments of the head. In conventional medicine, feverfew also proves to be a very reliable pain reliever and is often prescribed in the form of capsules for migraines, joint pain or sleep disorders.

The effective power of the plants can be obtained in the recommended doses as ready-made capsules 

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Borage

Herbalists have done a lot of research on this plant. In general, weeds are described as a safe means to drive away grief and make you happy and funny. A simple infusion regulates digestion and can reduce fever.

It is always advisable to take advice from a health practitioner or doctor

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Because “the dose alone makes a thing not a poison”

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oats

Right after spelled, oats are a very valuable food. A simple infusion can relieve a sore throat and deep-seated cough. In times of stress, restlessness and anxiety, the infusion of oats (flour or flakes) can strengthen the nerves. Caution! In the case of gluten intolerance, oats are not recommended as a remedy!

Breakfast with oatmeal can only be the best way to start the day 

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Fresh fruits and soaked nuts complement the oat flakes perfectly

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Fresh herbal infusions and oils accompany you on your way to recovery 

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Melissa has always been a very healthy herb

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Lemon balm

Lemon balm is generally considered to be nerve-calming, but also cleansing. A simple infusion of herbs can help straighten your digestion and make the headache caused by constipation go away quickly.

The mint may only be used very rarely by pregnant women and nursing mothers 

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Peppermints

A simple infusion works similarly to that from lemon balm. The plant soothes and unclogs and frees the body. Thus, the peppermint drives away depression and headaches.

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Let your mind wander from time to time is always good for your overall constitution 

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Johannis herbs

A weak infusion of St. John’s wort is guaranteed to help against depression and melancholy. It is said that the herb brightens the mind and is easy on the nerves.

St. John’s wort drives away grief and depression 

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Freshly brewed herbal teas can always be drunk in between meals and benefit from their effects

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chamomile

An infusion of chamomile helps with restlessness, sleep disorders and mood swings. In the first place, chamomile promotes the production of digestive juices, which leads to an improvement in the general condition.

The chamomile balances in its gentle way and leaves its fragrant note 

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The herb of fidelity, as you can read in the herbal dictionary, tastes great and helps with migraines

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rosemary

A simple infusion of the leaves helps with headaches, regulates digestion and minimizes flatulence. Rosemary is recommended as a massage for circulatory disorders, which can also lead to severe headaches.

With rosemary one can stimulate the blood circulation and enjoy an aromatic massage 

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valerian

The valerian is a very well known herb. In the Middle Ages it was known as the “all-healing herb”. If you dose the herb correctly, it can help with very bad melancholy or even hysterical ailments. Valerian is often used for sleep disorders, nervous tension or to lower blood pressure. However, continuous use can cause headaches.

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lavender

Thanks to the good properties of the lavender oil, which is contained in the flowers of the plant, the lavender can be very helpful in restlessness. The effect of the oil is relaxing and leads to quick improvement in migraines, headaches, stress or PMS.

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What else should one know about the soothing medicinal plants??

The medicinal plants, which soothe and thus protect and strengthen the nerves, are real medicines. In many cases you can find them in the pharmacy in the form of ready-made capsules, for which the dosage and intake are prescribed by a doctor or alternative practitioner. However, if you still use the medicinal plants, you must not exceed the recommended and specified amounts under any circumstances. One should start with weak infusions, of which one should drink a maximum of three per day. Observe body and psyche and consciously perceive every change.

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Many plants look harmless, but can cause unpleasant side effects. The essential oils contained in the plants can cause headaches, nausea or diarrhea and are not recommended for young children, nursing mothers or pregnant women. One thing should be said at the end: neither food nor herbs can have a lasting effect without changing your lifestyle. The problem that has arisen is a good reason to consider what is wrong in everyday life and how it can be changed. Tension and stress in moderation are healthy, but when the stress becomes too high and systematic, many of the body’s systems become unbalanced.

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