Create Peace In The Nervous System
contains: scullcap, milky oats, oatstraw, lemon balm, pure grain alcohol and love
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- Skullcap ~ Scutellaria lateriflora
- A wonderful nervine herb from the mint family. Although it doesn't tastes like mint, and to drink it in tea form, I suggest that you add cinnamon, lemon verbena or lemon balm to the leaf tea. Skullcap is a good sedative and antispasmatic. This herb is a top choice to help do away with stress and bring on a good nights sleep. It revitalizes the entire nervous system. Nervous muscle tension issues can be relaxed and brought to peace through the use of this herb. Use one oz. of the dried herb with a pint of boiling water and let steep for 20 minutes or so and drink a cup at a time throughout the day.
- Milky Oats & Oatsraw ~ Avena sativa
- Milky Oats, Oatstraw, are all forms of the Oat plant. Harvested shortly upon flowering and just after (a milky fluid is present). Both the straw and milky pods are rich in calming actions (nervine)! Soothing, mucilage, and anti-inflammatory for skin issues. One of my favorite ingredients in my facial and foot scrub, and on it's own it can be applied to poison ivy topically in paste form! Just powder regular oats in a blender, add some water, mix and slather on! You can also bathe in it by adding it to your tub, like a big pot of tea! Many do not realize that Milky Oats & Oatstraw can be used for depression. Think about how comforting eating oatmeal is during the cold winter, yet that comfort feeling also helps lift the depression state that one can be in at times or for chronic conditions as well with no contraindications. A good source of calcium and vitamin B.
- Lemon Balm ~ Melissa officinalis
- This herb is one of the favorites! A wonderful refreshing lemon flavor, smell and gentleness with powerful properties. She is primarily used to calm & relax the nervous system. Lifting depression, stress related headaches, insomnia & digestive purposes. Gentle enough for pregnant women to safely use & I highly recommend it. Combine with nettles and you get a cup of stress relieving, vitamin/mineral packed hot or cold tea. It's an herb everyone would benefit by having in their garden. Use the leaves fresh in salads (a great secret ingredient). The power of Lemon balm also shows itself in relieving viral infections of the skin, such as genital herpes & cold sores. The London Dispensary (1696) says: 'An essence of Balm, given in Canary wine, every morning will renew youth, strengthen the brain, relieve languishing nature and prevent baldness.'