8 plants that have a calming and soothing role
Join us in this article to get acquainted with 8 plants that relieve pain and calm the nerves.
23 February, 2022 by
8 plants that have a calming and soothing role
viraweb123, Masood Zarei
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If you want to relax from soothing herbs, you are definitely looking for the best option. Some people may be skeptical about the wonderful effects of herbs and do not believe in the effectiveness of these herbs in treating many physical and mental ailments. The best thing that can be said is that consuming these herbs should become a habit in order for its effects to become apparent. Although in some cases the use of these herbs can act like chemical drugs very quickly, usually the effects of these herbs in strengthening physical strength and increasing the body's readiness to face physical and mental illnesses are evident. For example, consuming chamomile daily or several times a week can have very valuable effects on the relaxation system of the human body and bring mental balance. Join us in this article to get acquainted with some sedative herbs.

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Whether we like it or not, traditional medicine has more or less entered today's lives, and many people prefer not to take painkillers for small pain. For this reason, they are looking for natural and healthier ways to reduce pain and go for herbal remedies. The variety of these sedatives is so great that we have selected only eight of the most widely used painkillers to introduce, or so-called painkillers, of course, which are useful for improving mental health and controlling stress.

Echium

Echium is the leading flower of calming. So if we are suddenly asked what calms the nervous system, we often answer Echium. This azure flower is called healthy blue blossom in France and in addition to soothing, it is refreshing, relieves sore throat, thins the blood, strengthens the heart, and brightens the complexion. It is anti-phlegm and soda and removes soda mixture from the stomach. Consumption of borage is useful for bloating. It is also an anti-cough, antihypertensive, diuretic, diaphoretic, anti-toxin, and anti-inflammatory drug. Of course, only flowers have medical benefits.

  • Note: This plant has a similar one that, unlike real Echium, has no significant effects on the nerves and psyche and is mostly used in the treatment of colds.

Saffron

Saffron has a warm and dry nature and is known more than anything for its joy and laughter. Strong smell and bitter taste stimulate the nerves, have a sedative effect, and have sedative and hypnotic properties. If you want to always be happy and smiling, eat saffron. Other properties include strengthening the heart, stimulating the brain, strengthening the memory, rinsing the kidneys, strengthening the stomach, treating cough and sputum.

  • Note: The aromatic aroma of saffron evaporates much faster in the powdered state than in the non-powdered state, so it is better not to pulverize it until consuming time. Keep it in a closed container in a cool, dry place.

  • Contraindications to saffron: Although the saffron facilitates childbirth, excessive consumption of saffron for pregnant women can cause miscarriage. It is interesting to know that echium and saffron flowers are known as flowers that calm anger and calm nerves.

Damask Rose

Damask Rose (Known as Gol e Mohammadi In Iran) has a warm nature and is effective for calming the nerves and is rich in vitamin C; However, in the process of drying the flower, 25 to 60% of the vitamin C in it is lost. Therefore, it is recommended to use fresh Damask Rose to prepare tea. In addition to all the properties of Damask Rose tea, this tea is also very useful for reducing stress and calming the mind; Therefore, it is recommended to drink it before going to bed and it helps to sleep peacefully. 

Clove

Clove is one of the flowers used to treat headaches. When you have a headache, you can crush some cloves and put it on your forehead. Smelling it alone is soothing. But what makes clove famous is its effect on the toothache, because it is a natural anesthetic. How to use it is to pour one or two drops of clove oil on the cotton and put it on the damaged teeth. When using powdered cloves in acute conditions, chew the cloves a little to get the oil out and keep them on the aching teeth for up to half an hour to soothe the pain. The antifungal, antibacterial, and analgesic properties of cloves have been proven so that its essential oil is used to extend the life of cut flowers.

  • Contraindications to clove: Pouring clove oil directly into the mouth can irritate sensitive gums and cause more pain. Also, be careful not to spill oil on your tongue or other parts of your mouth. 

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Valerian

Regarding pain-relieving flowers, it should be said that valerian is one of the flowers that consumption with echium flowers soothes pain and creates inner vitality. Valerian calms the nerves and is anti-heartbeat and anti-vertigo. It is recommended to use echium tea with valerian instead of tea in mourning ceremonies. Other properties of valerian include: anti-anxiety, anti-fatigue, treatment of diseases of neurological origin, anti-menopausal disorders, appetite suppressant, elimination of persistent hiccups, diuretic, heart tonic, anticonvulsant, and prevent hair bleaching.

Chamomile

The nature of chamomile is mild and in desert chamomiles, it is hot and dry. It calms the nerves, especially the nerves of the stomach and intestines. Other properties include antipyretics, antiparasitic, anti-constipation, dilator of the heart, lowering blood pressure, improving blood flow to the brain and kidneys, diluting the blood, and helping with anemia and anorexia. Chamomile is also introduced in traditional medicine as a sedative for a baby crying. It also helps reduce stress in adults and is useful for treating insomnia.

Mint

The menthol in mint is a natural substance for relaxing muscles. When you are stressed, drinking mint makes you feel angry and relaxed. Due to this sedative and decaffeinated effect, its drink is very suitable for bedtime. If you can not stop drinking tea, the combination of mint and tea is very tasty. Be sure to try it. Mint helps digest food and strengthens the digestive system. Taking this herb in the fall improves lung function and helps boost the immune system, especially in colder climates where we need to protect our lungs.

  • Tip: Chamomile tea and mint tea are useful for relaxing muscles.

  • Contraindications to the use of mint: Excessive consumption of it for pregnant mothers can cause miscarriage.

Yarrow Flower

Yarrow tea is used to treat gastrointestinal pain and menstrual cramps in women. It is said to use it better during menstruation than mefenamic acid and is used as a herbal analgesic.


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8 plants that have a calming and soothing role
viraweb123, Masood Zarei 23 February, 2022
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