Herbal Medicine for Stress

Herbal Medicine for Stress promotes relaxation without drowsiness and helps the body deal with and recover from stress.

Stress interferes with our ability to think and concentrate on the task at hand. Relax naturally and safely without the potential risks of prescription drugs. Reduce stress and anxiety with this excellent formula.

Swedish scientists report stress caused by conflicts at home or work may increase the risk of breast cancer.

A 24-year study of women in Sweden, which began in the late 1960s, has shown that those who reported high levels of stress at the start - including tension, fear, anxiety and sleeplessness - were twice as likely to develop breast cancer as those with low levels of stress.

When a person encounters stress, the body releases stress hormones: adrenaline and cortisol. Valuable in the short term, these hormones become disruptive to effective cellular function over a long period of time.

Cortisol is a hormone with wide ranging effects on tissues throughout the body. One of the most widely recognized is its immunosuppressive effect. It also has a negative impact on energy regulation.

Cortisol decreases the movement of glucose from the bloodstream into muscle cells (and several other types of cell). This is meant to be a protective response, conserving blood glucose for essential functions, such as brain activity. However, during any prolonged stress, cortisol decreases the availability of this energy.

CHAMOMILE - Still the favorite, especially in Europe with women and children, Chamomile is mild but effective as a relaxer to the nerves and is good for mental alertness, menstrual cramps, upset stomach, fevers, insomnia, and bronchitis. Chamomile is also helpful for hair and skin texture. Very effective as an anti-spasmodic, chamomile has been used as an anti-inflammatory when dealing with infected wounds, internally as well as externally. It is also effective with pain, ulcers, and liver. Chamomile in addition to being a natural sedative is a tonic herb.

SCULLCAP -Used many years for nervous complaints, pain, restlessness, and insomnia, Scullcap is known as a natural sedative and also as a tonic and antispasmodic in addition to nervous excitability. It is very effective in neuralgia, tremors, spasms, convulsions, high blood pressure (a helper), fevers and epilepsy.

HOPS -Used much the same as scullcap, is a little faster acting, while scullcap takes a little longer, Hops activates within 20 minutes or so. Hops benefits the liver, spleen, glands, muscles, and helps clean the blood. Hops is also known as a tonic herb in addition to being a sedative. Hops is high in B complex and trace minerals.

LADYSLIPPER -One of the strongest but safest herbs for the nervous system, Lady Slipper is very calming for the mind and body. Restlessness, hysteria, insomnia, and pain are also benefited by this herb. The medulla is also helped with this herb.

PAN PIEN LIEN -Named by Native Americans - Indian Tobacco is a powerful relaxant and is known as the healing herb by removing congestion, especially bronchial spasms and has helped with pain, convulsions, epilepsy, fevers, and it acts as a catalyst helping herbs work better.

CALCIUM CITRATE -Added in a small amount as a natural base to give added minerals to the natural minerals in the herbs in this formula. Calcium is known as a relaxer. We suggest taking extra calcium.

FH-87-1 Herbal Medicine for Stress (STR Concentrate) 450mg 100 capsules $14.95
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