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Tea for Anxiety and Depression

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Here are to tea recipes that will help with two common ailments of the nervous system.

The first will help with anxiety, stress and tension. the herbs in this tea blend have calming effects and can help relax the nerves and ease away anxiety, stress and tension in the body. So sit back, relax and brew up this recipe when feeling anxious or stressed.

Anxiety/ Stress Relief Tea-

1/3 tablespoon dried cat mint

1/3 tablespoon dried lavender

1/3 tablespoon dried chamomile

8 ounces boiling water

Put the dried herbs in a tea strainer or wrap the herbs in cheeses cloth. Soak the herbs in boiling water for at least 20 minutes. Drink 3-4 times per day to calm the nerves.

Cat mint, lavender and chamomile are all herbs that are known for their sedative properties and will help naturally calm you mood and relax your nerves.

 

The second tea recipe I would like to share with you is for the opposite problem. It is for when you are feeling down and depressed and need a natural mood enhancer and energy boost. The herbs in this tea are rosemary, St. John’s wort and echinacea.

Rosemary stimulates the nervous system , Saint John’s wort is a natural mood elevator and echinacea is an alertive, so it gives you that extra energy boost in a natural way.

Depression Tea-

1/3 table spoon dried rosemary

1/3 tablespoon dried Saint john’s wort

1/3 tablespoon dried echinacea

8 ounces boiling water

Put the dried herbs in a tea strainer or wrap the herbs in cheeses cloth. Soak the herbs in boiling water for at least 20 minutes. Drink 3-4 times per day to help alleviate depression and enhance your mood and energy .

Looking for the benefits of herbal tea remedies but don’t want to have to buy and use loose herbs, try these great store bought all natural teas plus you get $5 off your first order.

Lavender chamomile relaxation tea

Blue’s away tea

 

 

 

 

 

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