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Medicinal plants to treat anxiety

29 August 2023

Medicinal plants to treat anxiety
Medicinal plants to treat anxiety

Anxiety is characterized by feelings of tension, worry, insecurity, fear, tiredness, muscle pain, lack of sleep, and hair loss, among other physical and mental worries. What causes it? From everyday situations to expectations to exams…

Even though medicinal plants can help prevent a disease, they should not be used in place of medical advice. The doctor should be informed of the use of these plants since they can interfere with other medications.

Here are some of these plants:


It is one of the best plants to avoid stress, panic attacks, anxiety, migraines, severe menstrual cramps, and muscle tension. This is because it contains sedative and soothing properties.

Lemon balm

It is rich in phenolic compounds and flavonoids with soothing, sedative, relaxing, antispasmodic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties, especially for digestive problems, anxiety, insomnia, and stress.


Relieves nervous hyperactivity symptoms as well as stress-related headaches and migraines. It is perfect to treat depression, insomnia, and fatigue. It also helps to relieve digestive pain, soothe inflamed skin, reduce redness, and relieve itching caused by insect bites.


Jasmine helps prevent headaches, depression, muscle contractions, and anxiety. Jasmine has aphrodisiac, antiseptic, calming, rejuvenating, relaxing, and invigorating properties.


Dried Chamomile has relaxing properties that aid in the treatment of insomnia as well as the reduction of anxiety and nervousness. It can also help relieve cramps and spasms during menstruation

Passion fruit leaf

Passion fruit leaves contain elements that can act as natural sedatives. They also help treat insomnia by helping with relaxation.