Depression lowers the spirits and drowns the eyes in sorrow, though tears aren't the only reason why depressed people sometimes can't see straight. Depression also caves in the chest, slumps the shoulders, and inhibits full breathing, usually...We are encouraging you to see beyond what seems to be. See yourself well. Have a cup of MOOD TEA, two times a day and continue to treat yourself until you get well.
Ginkgo Biloba has been proven by medical researchers to enhance blood circulation in the brain. Taking Ginkgo Biloba tea can help greatly improve your memory and also aids in making you feel calm and in a positive mood.
Siberian Ginseng is another potent herbal tea that is effective in the treatment of person suffering from the ill effects of a mental problem known as depression. The main function of Siberian Ginseng in terms of giving cure to persons afflicted with depression is its ability to balance the neurotransmitter function of the brain since imbalance function of the brain neurotransmitters is one of the main causes of depression. Siberia Ginseng is an adaptogenic herb that helps your body adapt to stressful situations and then return to normal. In addition to relieving fatigue, stress, and anxiety, Siberian ginseng seems to improve mental health and physical vitality.
Oat Straw is another herbal tea that can greatly aid in calming and likewise strengthening the nervous system of a person suffering from depression.
Basil herb tonic is also good in relieving a person of fatigue and work pressure. It is said that these two factors causes a person to suffer anxiety than can lead to depression. Aside from being a good tonic for depression, it can also be utilized as massage oil for depression therapy. Combining this formula and body massage with basil oil can be a potent way of relieving your depression.
When we come under stress, our body naturally kicks into "fight or flight" mode in order to handle the situation. Our adrenal glands turn on, releasing Cortisols to increase our heart rate, build energy quickly to our muscles, increase our blood sugar levels and stimulate more blood flow to our brains - all in preparation for our physical or mental "fight or flight". You probably have subconsciously noticed some of these signs yourself! Your heart seems to thump louder and your muscles tense as you prepare to do battle.
If you are experiencing chronic stress, call for a personal consultation at The Herbal Tea House.
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