Anxiety Drops

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Here's a little bottle of nervous system support for times of overwhelm, to help you through the difficult days.

The Anxiety Drops contain:

Californian Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) - an anxiolytic with mild sedative, analgesic and hypnotic actions, this herb is useful for anxiety, emotional stress, panic attacks, insomnia, tension headaches and nerve-generated pain like sciatica.

Mexican Valerian (Valeriana edulis) - this herb provides the actions of anxiolytic, mild sedative and hypnotic. It is considered helpful for anxiety, iriitability, insomnia, panic attacks and emotional stress. It has also been found helpful to relieve tension headaches.

Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) - the above two herbs specifically address anxiety, stress and feelings of panic, while this herb strengthens and supports your whole system to enhance your ability to cope with stress. As an adaptogen, it supports a healthy stress response. Because of its high flavonoid content, it is helpful for dealing with chronic stress. The flavonoid content is believed to help balance cortisol levels and support the adrenal glands.

It also has analgesic, anti-depressant, anti-microbial, anxiolytic, nervine and carminative properties (settles your stomach and helps digestion). It supports the immune system and is helpful when you have a head cold too due to its expectorant actions. With such a wide range of healing benefits, everyone needs a little Holy Basil in their life! You might know it by the name Tulsi. 

If you're curious to know more about Tulsi, or Holy Basil, you may enjoy reading this article from NCBI

How to use:

Place 2 droppers-ful in a little water or juice and drink, 3-4 times daily as needed.

NOTES: Kava Kava is now unavailable in Australia, so I have replaced this herb with California Poppy.

There is not enough clear evidence on the use of Mexican Valerian during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Information on the consumption of Holy Basil (Tulsi) during pregnancy is mixed and contradictory. The Australian Mills & Bone Safety Classification system does not list Ocimum tenuiflorum as a herb of concern during pregnancy. However, observe the old watchword - "if in doubt, leave it out".

So, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, let me know in Comments at check out when you order, and choose from such herbs as Oats Green (Avena sativa), Lemon Balm, Chamomile or Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

Disclaimer: This information is based on empirical and traditional herbal medicine. It is of a general informational nature and does not constitute medical advice. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any health condition. Any health condition should be referred to your chosen health care practitioner. Check with your health care practitioner before commencing to use any herbal product, and be aware of any personal and family allergies.

A useful links:

Herbs to Avoid During Pregnancy - from the University of Texas in El Paso

Valerian - Drugs & Lactation Database

Benefits of Holy Basil & How to Use It from Mommypotamus

 


Reviews

  1. I actually like the taste
    By on August 3, 2020

    I wasn't sure what to expect. My partner ordered some Anxiety Drops and I thought that I might try it. Although an unusual taste for the first time just before writing this, I'm certain I will benefit from the healthy ingredients.

    On top of this I am a male, not that that should matter, but I wanted to let you all know that my partner Cath and I received great service and I found Julie to be very generous and happily replied to any of my queries.

    Thank you Blissful Herbs.

  2. tastes gross but helps a lot
    By on June 28, 2019

    Herbs + alcohol = yuk. But a few drops in water when feeling stressy seems to really help.


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