5 powerful herbal remedies for anxiety and panic attacks

A lot of people suffer from anxiety and panic attacks in this world. Society is a very stressful place. It can zap the energy right out of you and lead to even more tough situations such as panic attacks. Or, maybe you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and have no reason why. There is no reason to run and get some over the counter drugs, they could make it worse or cause more symptoms, then you go and get more drugs to suppress those symptoms. It takes you back to square one. Pharmaceutical drugs do not get to the root of the problem, they create more problems. Just think of that when you have a gallon bag that contains 23 different drugs. Just think what each one is used for and you would be surprised. You could have about 3 drugs that are used to suppress symptoms of one other drug. These drugs change your DNA and your personality, you may not notice, but your loved ones will.

Herbs are an alternative way of treating any problem you have, yes, even cancer. Herbal remedies never let you down. Herbs have been around since the dawn of time, way before pharmaceutical drugs came along and tried to take their place. All herbalist know the healing power of plants. Medicinal herbs were discovered long ago and have been used in traditional medicine practices since ancient times. Plants produce hundreds of chemical compounds for functions including defense against insects, fungi, diseases, and herbivorous mammals. The earliest historical records of herbs are found from the Sumerian civilization, where hundreds of medicinal plants, including opium, were listed on clay tablets. If they worked back then, they will work now. Hospitals are afraid of people who choose to use holistic ways to cure themselves because they will lose money. But, people are waking up and are wanting to use the old ways, where it all made sense. There is a shift happening currently and the pharmaceutical industry is scared of that. Below are 5 herbs that you can use for anxiety and panic attacks.

  • Lavender
  • Lemon Balm
  • Passionflower
  • St Johns Wort
  • Valerian

Lavender

Lavender is a very relaxing herb making it a great alternative for alleviating stress, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and fatigue. Lavender also helps calm the mind making it easier to fall asleep and improve a nights rest. Lavender is also a great headache eliminator! Rubbing some lavender oil on your temples eases the annoying pain. Lavender also helps with itchy skin, sunspots, acne, cold sores, chapped lips, menstrual cramps, and nausea. Use lavender oil for external uses and tea for internal uses.

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is part of the mint family, this is why you can sometimes mistake it as peppermint. Drinking lemon balm tea can help you relax if you have a high anxiety level or are suffering from a panic attack. The herb is also used for insomnia, cold sores, high cholesterol, genital herpes, indigestion, and heartburn. If used as an essential oil form, the scent of lemon balm is used to reduce stress. As an added bonus, lemon balm even helps with memory loss.

Passionflower

This beautiful flower is native to North and South America where it has been used for centuries to heal bruises and cuts. Herbalists today use it as a powerful nerve tonic to treat stress, panic attacks, and anxiety, and to help the mind prepare for a good night’s sleep. Passionflower is also an antioxidant and even has anti-inflammatory properties. Passionflower also helps lower high blood pressure.

St Johns Wort

The well-known herb is known by all herbalist as, St Johns Wort, used to help with depression. That’s not all St Johns Wort does. It also relieves stress and panic attacks. St Johns Wort has been used for at least 2000 years for its magical healing properties. Not only does it relieve stress, panic attacks, and depression, but it is also used to treat Parkinson’s disease. St Johns Wort is antiviral and antibacterial and can aid in memory loss.

Valerian

Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb since at least the time of ancient Greece and Rome. Galen later prescribed it as a remedy for insomnia. The Native Americans used it in healing wounds and ulcers, as well as a cough remedy. Valerian is used for easing stress, anxiety and panic attacks. It is also a herbal pain reliever and muscle relaxer. As an added bonus, it helps relieve restless legs and improves sleep.

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