Plants of happiness Second part – Lemon balm restores a smile on the face and removes fears

Plants of happiness Second part – Lemon balm restores a smile on the face and removes fears

  1. Lemon balm removes fears – in nature there really is a cure for all diseases. But lemon balm is a real rarity due to the large number of useful, healthy and high-value ingredients. Lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis) is a plant that brings a smile back to your face. Lemon balm is an excellent remedy for a tense person in the midst of everyday worries. Lemon balm is a plant known for a long time as an excellent natural medicine that strengthens and revives the heart, helps against night terrors and depression, removes sadness and moodiness. The famous herbalist St. Hildegard said that everyone who happily eats this plant will laugh (because the heat of the plant affects the spleen and the heart, which becomes so joyful). Lemon balm is the best-known natural remedy against psychological problems (anxiety, depression, tension and other disorders caused by stress). It is a particularly good medicine against fears and hypochondria. Motherwort is combined with the treatment of mental illnesses. It can be combined with other medicines and plants with similar effects (St. John’s wort, valerian, chamomile, lavender). The essential oil is used for insomnia and fear. It has a very favorable effect on the human psyche. It is often used for psychological problems, as refreshment in crisis situations, against depression and painful conditions. It solves headaches caused by nervousness and vomiting on a nervous basis. It improves memory and evokes beautiful thoughts. Pour 2 dcl of hot water over a cup of the plant. Cover and leave for 5 to 10 minutes. Strain. Drink fresh tea. Baths and washing with this plant strengthen the nerves. Taking 1 tablespoon of wine every hour stops the heartbeat, removes melancholy, hysteria and nervous twitching, weakness of the heart, fainting and fear. Boil 2.5 dcl of wine for 10 minutes with 8 grams of lemon balm leaves and one tablespoon of honey.
  2. St. John’s wort is a natural anti-depressant. St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) has bright yellow flowers. Small yellow flowers symbolically represent the power of the sun to remove the forces of darkness. And conventional medicine highly respects the anti-depressant effects of St. John’s wort. John’s wort has been used for hundreds of years to treat depression, depression and anxiety. It should be known that St. John’s wort is not a quick cure for depression. A quick recovery in a short time will not be achieved by using St. John’s wort. But St. John’s wort shows remarkable results in the long run. This gentle herb helps the body and soul to recover and build a solid foundation for complete healing. It contains a number of active ingredients. Hypericin is one of the ingredients that provides significant improvements in feelings of anxiety, depression and feelings of worthlessness. Some studies show that hypericin is more powerful than some pharmaceutical drugs and produces fewer side effects. St. John’s wort affects peaceful sleep. It greatly affects other drugs and their effectiveness, especially birth control pills, cancer drugs, and HIV drugs. This is why it is important to consult a doctor before any treatment. St. John’s wort-treated skin is sensitive to the sun. St. John’s wort is most often used in capsules, although it can be used as a tea. Pour one to 2 tablespoons of dried herb with a cup of hot water. Leave for 10 minutes. Strain. St. John’s wort is most effective if one to 2 cups of tea are drunk daily for 4 to 6 weeks.
  3. Lavender banishes negative thoughts- Lavender (Lavandula Officinalis) has been used in a variety of ways since the earliest times. Due to its smell, lavender has been used in cosmetics and phytotherapy throughout history. Eliminates depression, insomnia, nervous exhaustion and anxiety. Folk medicine recommends lavender for nervous palpitations, migraines, hysteria, agitation, tendency to fainting attacks, depression and stress. A drop of lavender essential oil on the pillow will drive away negative thoughts and help the person fall asleep more easily. A lavender bath is made by pouring 100 g of flowers with a liter of boiling water. Leave for 20 minutes. Strain and add without flowers to the bath water. A lavender bath calms, relaxes, treats headaches, stress, depression, sudden mood swings and promotes sleep.

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