Depression and anxiety are very common nowadays and many people come to realize that the treatment with antidepressants is an illusion as it doesn’t solve the cause that lead to it.
Therefore, we learned that the main task is to work with our mind through different ways and to adopt a healthy lifestyle, through a correct diet and sports.
However, natural medicine is very helpful, generally speaking.
In particular, we can treat depression and anxiety with plants like rattle, in multiple forms.
The infusion is prepared by pouring a cup of boiling water over one teaspoon of dried flower.
Cover the bowl, leave to infuse for a few minutes, then filter and drink hot tea with small sips over the course of 10 to 15 minutes.
For biliary dyskinesia or against gastritis.
You can drink two or three cups of tea a day, usually unsweetened.
Ideally, people drink this tea to avoid sun exposure because it has the effect of photosensitivity.
People who sleep hard and have a fitful sleep or an exhausting evening.
You can drink this tea, sweetened with a teaspoon of honey, plus a few drops of lemon juice.
In mild depression, a state of low mood and unhappiness.
St. John's wort is extremely effective.
It is recommended by two, three cups of tea a day. If you have stronger emotional disorders, you can take and hay powder, one teaspoon every four hours of the day.
The powder is obtained from the plant dry and crushed, ground in an electric coffee grinder.
Grind both plant is consumed in two weeks knowing that after this period, it loses quality.
The powder should be kept cool, in well-sealed jars.
Tincture can be prepared during fall only from dried flowers.
Place in a jar and two handfuls of dried flower and cover with shredded Alcohol, vodka or homemade brandy.
Let it soak for three weeks, near a heat source, and the resulting liquid is filtered and kept cool in small bottles dark. Also, you can buy it.
The tincture is recommended for depression and neurosis, neuro-vegetative dystrophy, psycho-vegetative syndrome, biliary dyskinesia, stimulate liver function, enterocolitis, gastritis, hyperacidity, gastric ulcer, chronic hepatitis, cholecystitis.
If necessary, take 30 drops three times a day, diluted in water.
The St. John's wort oil is applied to the skin in case of allergy, burns, including solar, eczema, and irritation.
One tablespoon taken in the morning on an empty stomach is useful in cases of gall lazy gallbladder stones, and if headaches that occur in people who have biliary problems.
The oil is prepared filling a jar with herb stuffing without it, pour sunflower oil.
Let it soak until the oil gets bright reddish brown color and astringent tastes.
Be healthy and trust the power of your mind and the power of nature!
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