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At the bottom of the page, you will find many herbs for stress that can help you to deal with the stress in your life depending on your symptoms.

If you are you wondering, "What is stress?" Here is a simple explanation, and you will discover more about stress based on some of the common symptoms below:

Psychological stress is a feeling of strain and pressure. In other words, when we think the demands being placed on us exceed our ability to cope, then we perceive stress.

Symptoms of stress may include:

  • a  sense of being  whelmed,  
  • feelings of anxiety, 
  •  overall irritability,
  • insecurity,
  • nervousness,
  • social withdrawal,
  • loss of appetite, 
  • depression,
  • panic attacks,
  • exhaustion,
  • high or low blood pressure,
  • skin eruptions or rashes
  • insomnia,
  • lack of sexual desire (sexual dysfunction),
  • migraine,
  • gastrointestinal difficulties (constipation or diarrhea),
  • for women, menstrual symptoms.
  • heart problems

As you now know, stress can come from any situation or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or anxious. Moreover, anxiety which is a feeling of apprehension or fear where the source is unknown, can also add to the stress that you feel.

If you are feeling anxiety or depression, read about the best herb best for that condition.

I have listed the herbs for stress below, but in the meantime it is important to find out why and what feelings are causing you to feel stressed

It is also necessary to find out why a situation or thought is causing those feelings. Once you understand why those toxic feelings arise, you can eliminate them.

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I can help you to discover those toxic emotions and feelings through online healing.

We all have felt stressed in our daily lives, and in small quantities, it is not necessarily bad.

It can motivate you and help you to be more productive, but if you experience too much of it, it can be very harmful leading to illness.

Chronic stress can lead to illnesses and poor health as well as psychological illnesses such as infection, heart disease, or depression. It can often lead to anxiety and unhealthy behaviors such as overeating and abuse of alcohol or drugs.

Now that you know how stress can wreak havoc with your health and disposition. Know that there is relief from stress with natural sources such as these herbs for stress.

These 14 Natural Herbs for Stress Will Help

Here is a list of 100 % natural liquid herbs for stress from Pure Herbs in US and Les Herbes Pures in Canada.

To find out which herb is best for you, contact me.

Every herb reacts differently with each person, and if you are taking certain medications, you may not be able to take a particular herb.

 1) Ashwagandha – relieves stress from

  • chronic disorders. It also improves
  • sexual function, gives abundant energy,
  • improves concentration, and
  • helps lung problems. 

 2) Bee Pollen – relieves stress. It is also used for longevity,

  • energy, helps to
  • manufacture hormones,
  • builds immunity, used as a
  • surgical dressing,
  • stabilizes protein, and
  • corrects low blood sugar.

 3) Bladderwrack – is a sea vegetable used used to counteract stress. It is also used for

  • weight reduction, it
  • restores energy,
  • relieves colds, is a
  • source of iodine,
  • eliminates aluminum out of the brain and nervous system,
  • improves memory.

 4) Brewer’s Yeastcalms nerves and gives a sense of well-being, is also used for

  • allergies,
  • restores energy,
  • corrects high and low blood sugar,
  • manufactures Vitamin B-Complex, and is also a
  • chromium source for insulin.

Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is stabilized by the protein provided by Brewer’s Yeast. Diabetes or high blood sugar is also influenced by the same properties. When your diet has chromium restored to it, the pancreas (in many cases) will make the hormone insulin needed for the digestion of blood sugar. Brewer’s Yeast is one of the best most reliable sources of organic chromium.

 5) Dulse – is one of the finest sea vegetables for the

  • thyroid gland, used for both under active and overactive thyroid gland. Take it if
  • fearful (anxiety and stress),
  • have cold hands or feet,
  • hands that tremble when extended with the fingers held apart,
  • prevents fibroid tumors in the breasts, uterus and on the ovaries,
  • controls calcium levels in the blood stream.

 6) Kelp – is used for stress and lack of energy. It is a

  • calcium, magnesium and potassium source plus other vital trace elements, is used for
  • weight reduction by increasing the metabolism of the body to burn more calories rapidly, good for people who tend to gain weight more rapidly. It is also used as a
  • diuretic.

Stress Free Life

7) Indian Tobacco is an anti-spasmodic and good for nervous agitation, it can be taken internally under the tongue or used externally on muscles.

 8) Lady's Slipper Root is an excellent nervine and anti-spasmodic. Is a savior of the

  • relieves exhausted nervous system. It produces a quick calming response in the nerve centers of the brain.

9) Licorice Root – is one of the best herbs for stress. It is also good for

  • low blood sugar,
  • ulcers,
  • coughs,
  • allergies,
  • stamina, is a
  • magnesium source and sweetener.

It is a good remedy for stress whether its caused by fluctuating interpersonal relationships, allergies or lack of energy. Licorice Root

  • feeds the energy and hormone manufacturing glands known as the adrenals which brings the entire body system into better balance promoting well-being. Licorice Root provides the building blocks for the adrenals to make these hormones for either the male or female system. This is especially efficacious for women who have had a hysterectomy,
  • it prevents discomfort from hormone imbalance.

 10) Protein Extract – can be used for many things since we do not get enough protein in our diet. Most people cannot digest the protein in milk which if ingested gives allergies, skin problems, colds, flu and worse.

  • slows down aging and its sorrows causing stress. Good for
  • training athletes, the protein supplement give a double intake of protein for rapid development. It can
  • heal injuries and surgical operations quickly. Stabilizes
  • high or low blood sugar (stress), an adequate supply of high-quality protein normalizes either condition.

 11) Rice Bran - contains B-Complex vitamins which facilitate strong, steady, sustained energy.

  • Memory and thinking are also supported which promote a harmonious personality, also gives relief from aggravation caused by stress.

 12) Royal Jelly – this gift of nature is used to combat stress. It also gives the

  • entire hormonal system a boost. When applied externally to troubled and aged skin,
  • it repairs and smooths the skin.

 13) Sarsaparilla – is another one of the good herbs for stress because it helps a person to conquer it.

 14) Skullcap Being hydrophobic is not the only reason to take skullcap herb, it is known to

  • calm and repair nerves, and also used for hyperactivity and insomnia. If you are suffering from hypertension or stress, take Skullcap to ease your physical effects. Skullcap does not create a zombie-like effect as drugs often do. It works to normalize activity and
  • prevents hyperactivity.

 15) Sow thistle – is used for energy and overcoming stress. This is an emergency source for quick-pick-me-ups with no harmful after effects. This is non-addictive pure energy. It combines well with Siberian Ginseng.

16) Valerian Root – is one of the best herbs for stress which is used to calm nerves. For nervous agitation, Valerian Root, with its gentle, proven source of vegetable calcium can be taken on a regular basis during the day as it is non-addictive unlike the modern synthetic drug Valium. It provides

  • release from tension because the heart is slowed down and strengthened –
  • correcting heart palpitations. It also
  • releases stomach congestion due to nervous agitation, thus allowing proper digestion and elimination.

It is important to realize other conditions going on within your body in order to take the right herbs for stress that suit you.

I will help you find the right herbs for your body. This is especially important if you are taking other medications. You can contact me.

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