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Calming Herbs for Mental Health

I’ve said it many many times but I do not mind saying it again. Mental health is important! I’ll scream it from the rooftops if I have to but it is. There are holistic ways to help with mental health improvement. Today, we’re talking about calming herbs for mental health because sometimes herbs and good faith is all that you have.

Calming Herbs for Mental Health

Below is a list of a few, not all, of the herbs that can help improve mental health and brain function As well as how to use them properly.

Ginkgo Biloba:

This herb helps improve your brains’ ability to use oxygen and glucose by improving peripheral blood flow. ginkgo improves nerve signal transmission and activates an organic compound that helps with metabolic reactions. It’s the most common herb used in Europe for treating senility. Tea and oils are available to use in practice.


In tea form, you can improve and promote energy circulation in a gentle aromatic way.

Siberian Ginseng:

This herb nourishes the adrenal and pituitary glands, increasing the body’s ability to deal with stress. Russian studies show that the use of this herb in food or drink can improve job accuracy.


Not only is it a super versatile herb, it has been proven to alleviate anxiety. Ancient Greeks once wore laurels of Rosemary in their hair and had memory improving effects. It’s uplifting fragrance stimulates the pineal gland while improving energy levels.


This sweet, energizing herb is said to improve vitality. It can also help in blood sugar stabilization while nourishing the adrenal glands.


Consuming this herb is good for getting phosphorus, lecithin, and neuro-nutrients to your body. You can find it in an herbal pharmacy.


Avena saliva is rich in calcium and nerve nourishing nutrients to improve overall mental health and function.

Cardamom Seed:

This gorgeous herb that can be mixed with other spices and flavors is a stimulant. It helps with relaxation and concentration.

Prickly Ash:

Ash not only increases the circulation in the brain but throughout the entire body.

Many of these herbs can be used as oils, tea, or in regular food seasoning. If you find yourself in an area where you can’t plant them yourself, I recommend getting the products for herbal pharmacies or holistic shops. Remember that mental health should be a priority just as much as physical health. Be happy, be healthy because you deserve it.

Calming Herbs for Mental Health was written, edited, and researched by Emmalie Roberts. For more articles, check out our blog page, here, and don't forget to follow us on social media, here, for daily tips, tricks, and reminders for your path to holistic health.

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