Anxiety is characterized by the feeling of worry and mental and physical tension: it manifests itself as a strong sense of anguish, accompanied by the acceleration of the heartbeat and breathing.
Chamomile essential oil
Dilute two drops of noble chamomile essential oil in a few drops of vegetable oil, for example olive oil, or in a spoon of aloe vera gel and massage the solar plexus by taking deep breaths. Sit or lie down for several minutes breathing deeply the smell of chamomile.
Put three or four fresh basil leaves on the bottom of a cup and pour boiling water. Leave to infuse for 5 minutes and drink.
Basil is antispasmodic and soothing. It is recommended in case of anxiety, nervousness, stress and insomnia.
It is the remedy par excellence against sudden anxiety attacks. It is the mixture of five flowers: Star of Bethlehem, Rock Rose, Clematis, Impatiens and Cherry Plum. Take 4 or 5 drops orally or diluted in half a glass of water.
Honey has a sedative power that acts on the whole nervous system. Unlike refined sugars, honey calms the body. It is recommended for stressed, distressed and depressed people, who often have a lack of minerals.
Take a teaspoon of honey several times a day, preferring dark-colored types, as they are richer in minerals and trace elements.
Open the hot water in a bathtub and add a handful of chamomile and linden flowers. When the water has reached the desired level, immerse yourself. The active ingredients of chamomile and lime will make the bath a soothing herbal tea. Rub the body with the flowers and place them on your solar plexus.
Make an infusion based on poppy. Take a handful of poppy seeds and place them in a liter of boiling water. Turn off the heat and let it brew for 10 minutes. Drink it throughout the day. Poppy is able to calm anxiety, stress and is also suitable for children. The poppy petals are sweetening and slightly narcotic.