As sleep -bringing plants and plants that miss sleep, we can simply divide natural herbal teas into two.
The sleep problem is quite common in society. 1 out of every 3 people have difficulty in falling asleep or maintaining sleep in a healthy way.
It is a wise idea to get support from natural plants to facilitate the transition to sleep. So which plants make it easier to fall asleep?
Plants for stress and insomnia
Sleeping Plants: Lemon Melisa
Lemon grass with its smell is among the first plants that come to mind when it comes to sleep problems. There are also calming, helping stress -free effects. Melisa can be consumed by brewing fresh or saved for its effects that facilitate sleep. For chronic sleep problems, it is usually consumed up to 1 hour before going to bed. The smell of melisa has relaxing effects even when it smells. For this purpose, it can also be preferred as the smell of incense. Or melisa oil can be dripped up to 1-2 drops of pillow case. [Button Link = “ Various situations such as insomnia and anxiety is one of the most preferred, easy accessible plants and daisies. Chamomile contains an active component called apigenin. This component is an antioxidant that gives the body a feeling of calmness. When it reaches the brain, it connects to some receptors and provides a feeling of comfort. [Button Link = “” Color = “Orange” Newwindow = “Yes”] com/ weighing-caaydas/ cat grass (sleep grass), especially the root parts of the cat plant, are known for facilitating and relaxing effects. The use of the plant for this purpose extends until centuries ago. Usually the root parts are brewed before sleep as dried tea and consumed up to 1 cup. Lavender Wild thyme Inner picker walnut tahin Sesame Paste [/Button] [Button Link =” “Newwindow =” Yes “] Daily Depression [/Button] [Button Link =” Energy-Cleanism/”Newwindow =” Yes “] Energy Cleaning [/Button] [Button Link =” “Color =” Teal “Newwindow =” Yes “] button] Centaury Oil [/Button] [Button Link = “” Newwindow = “Yes”] Sage