6 Natural Tea Remedies for Stress and Anxiety

Do you have the habit of drinking tea every day? A study published in the European Society of Cardiology journal says that people who drink tea at least three times a week live longer and have a healthier heart. Isn't it amazing?

Teas have many health benefits, and each one has its own characteristics and properties. And that's why teas are recommended to start the day well, in the afternoon, or even before sleeping.

A great way of fighting stress and anxiety is to enjoy the soothing properties of medicinal herbs, for example, teas for relaxing and deep sleep.

Lemon balm
Soothing action and can be used for sleep disorders, nervousness, and anxiety.

Rich in coumarin and essential oils with soothing and relaxing properties, it acts against nervous tension.

St. John's Wort
It is a good restorer for the nervous system and also an anti-depressant. It can be used to treat depression, anxiety, and agitation.

The root has a soothing action and stimulates sleep, being recommended in cases of agitation, insomnia, phobias, or anxiety.

Its calming action over the nervous and digestive systems creates a sensation that calms nervousness and agitation.

It has soothing properties that aid in treating nervous system disorders, like excessive stress, anxiety, and hysteria.

You can make tea with any of these herbs or find supplements at natural health stores, supermarkets, and even drugstores.

0:00 Best Teas for Stress and Anxiety
0:39 Lemon Balm Tea
0:45 Lavender Tea
0:53 St. John's Wort Tea
1:07 Valerian Tea
1:16 Chamomile Tea
1:24 Linden Tea
1:32 How to Make Tea for Anxiety and Stress Relief



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