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They offer many benefits for people suffering from anxiety, nervousness, stress, insomnia, and even depression.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 33% of the world population suffers from these issues. Did you know that?
Many people may find it normal to take these medications to get some relief and relax but, since we are granola, we prefer natural alternatives that offer the same benefits of these drugs, but without the side-effects.
Before using these prescribed drugs, it is necessary to know that they present risks and dependence. That means you can stop the treatment once your disease is cured, but you become dependent on that medication.
In many cases, the dependence on these substances can bring other issues to the patient’s life. Some of these issues are muscle weakness, drowsiness, and mental confusion, and they may even be the starting point of Alzheimer’s and dementia in the future.
It is important to be very careful when taking these medicines!
So, in today’s video, you will learn about some natural alternatives that will give you calm and tranquility.
A great way of fighting stress and anxiety is to use the soothing properties of medicinal plants and foods, like teas made of valerian, passionflower, chamomile, lemongrass, and Centella asiatica.
Besides the herbs we mentioned above, there is another less known one: mulungu. Have you ever heard about it?
Watch the video and learn how to make mulungu tea to get all of its benefits:
The side-effects of mulungu are rare, but some studies suggest sedation, drowsiness, and muscular paralysis.
Although the teas mentioned are natural ingredients, pregnant or nursing women and patients with cardiovascular issues must never consume any teas without receiving medical advice first.
If you suffer from anxiety, nervousness, stress, insomnia, or depression, try this tea and see the benefits of mulungu, herbs, and foods mentioned in this video.
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