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Herbal teas help relieve stress and anxiety

 For those who avoid taking medications and drugs that promise to calm the nerves and get rid of  anxiety  and stress  to get rid of  stress  and anxiety, there are many types of  natural herbal teas  that help  relax  and calm down.

So let a cup of warm herbal tea in the middle of the day or in the evening be a relaxing ritual, and a healthy way to tame the tension and stress of the day.

Chamomile tea 

Chamomile tea   is one of the most well-  known teas  for its ability to relieve stress and provide a good night's sleep. Sometimes insomnia is a direct result of stress and tension.

Chamomile tea has   mild relaxing properties that can really help you unwind after a busy day.

Chamomile tea calms the nervous system and helps you sleep better.

One 2016 study found   that long-term use of chamomile extract significantly reduced moderate to severe symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder, however, it did not prevent future symptoms.

For dry chamomile, add 3-4 tablespoons in a cup of  boiling water  , and let it sit for 5 minutes before you drink it. 

As for fresh chamomile, add chamomile flowers in a cup of hot water and allow it to steep for 3 minutes before drinking.

Linden tea

In some  folk medicine , linden is said to help relieve anxiety. It is believed that consuming extracts of linden flowers in the form of tea can help with relaxation and may relieve insomnia (a condition commonly associated with anxiety problems).

Although there isn't much research on the potential health benefits of linden, a preliminary study  published  in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that the herb can help relieve anxiety. 

In mouse tests, the study authors noted that linden extract may have calming properties.

Rosemary tea (rosemary )

To keep your mind sharp over the years it is important to stay physically and mentally active, eat a diet rich in antioxidants and  omega-3  fatty acids, and avoid stress. 

Some natural remedies, such as the herbal rosemary, may also help. There is some evidence that rosemary may help boost  brain health  by stimulating brain activity involved in controlling  mood swings .

In a preliminary study published in the journal Fitoterapia in 2013, scientists discovered that rosemary helped improve long-term memory in mice. 

Passion flower tea

Passion flower tea is another natural remedy for stress and anxiety, due to the compound chrysin flavone in it, which has anti-anxiety benefits.

Although it is safe and does not cause any harmful effect when interacting with other sedatives, passion flower tea is best avoided for children under 6 months of age, and pregnant and breastfeeding women.

Mint tea

Peppermint tea is generally calming, and its aroma reduces feelings of frustration, anxiety, and fatigue. 

But pregnant women should avoid drinking peppermint tea, as it may increase the risk of  miscarriage .

You can use dry and fresh mint leaves to make tea. 

Add 1 tablespoon in about a cup of boiling water to dried mint leaves, and allow it to steep for 3-4 minutes before drinking it. 

For fresh leaves add the leaves in boiling water and let it simmer for 2 minutes, then wait a while before drinking it.

Green tea

The natural amino acid found in green tea, known as theanine, helps promote relaxation and combat anxiety and stress. 

Preliminary research suggests that theanine may help elevate mood, enhance  brain function , and calm the body's response to stress.

Although green tea contains a lot of  caffeine  , it

Ginseng tea

Ginseng tea has many  health benefits  , including boosting  the immune system , lowering blood sugar levels   ,  and having calming effects.

The active ingredient in the herb can boost mood, as well as help restore fluctuating energy levels.

For example, one   2013  study suggests that ginseng may help protect the body  from the effects of stress and fatigue .

Provides enough calmness without making you feel drowsy.

Lemongrass tea

The lemongrass plant has a mixture of  lemon  and mint, and it is a   widely used remedy for insomnia, anxiety and depression . It works by enhancing the neurotransmitter GABA, which calms stress.

In one  2011 study , lemon balm extract was shown to help with anxiety and mild  to moderate insomnia. 

Ginger tea

Symptoms of stress and anxiety can manifest in a number of ways, for some people they appear as digestive problems.

In this case, a cup of ginger tea can help   calm the stomach if you suffer from stress-related digestive issues.

Ginger tea can be drunk in  the morning  after boiling fresh pieces of ginger root.

Turmeric tea

Well-respected for its immune-boosting properties, turmeric can also work wonders to help calm and relieve a tired body and mind.

Turmeric is   currently one of the hottest supplements in the health food scene today. In addition to being an important spice in recipes, it can also be enjoyed as an evening tea.

A cup of turmeric tea made with hot coconut milk and honey  at night can reduce stress and tension.