Herbal Remedy for Stress

I added this featured section because there were so many people emailing me wanting an herbal remedy for stress.

In addition, many ailments and diseases people experience are a result from stress. The most common being colds and flus.

So, whether you have a condition that resulted from stress or you are experiencing stress and would like to prevent a condition from happening, this article is for you.

I want to put this as simple as I can…

There is no herb or silver bullet that can take your stress away.

I have a wonderful secret that can really help you MANAGE the stress in your life…

Wouldn’t it be great if you could be at peace, instantly?

To manage stress, you need to look at your whole life. Believe it or not, I have an AWESOME solution for you that I have used myself and really love…

BUT FIRST… the herbal remedy for stress…

There are many herbs that are not only extremely nutritious, but they also have affinities for certain organ systems.

With stress, we are mostly dealing with the nervous system. You may have heard of valerian. This is a sedation herb. A powerful and useful herb if you are stressed out and can’t sleep for example, but it isn’t an herb you would want to use EVERY DAY.

If you are needing to use something as strong as valerian every day, then you REALLY need to do something about your stress. We’ll get to that in a minute…

The HERB OF CHOICE for nervous system nourishment is oatstraw.

oatstraw herbal remedy for stressNot only is oatstraw (Avena sativa) incredibly nourishing, it has an affinity for the nervous system.

It is a GREAT herbal remedy for stress.

Drinking an oatstraw infusion daily with not only nourish and tonify your nervous system, it is also builds healthy teeth and bones because it is high in calcium. So, this is also a great routine if you have osteoporosis or you are at risk for it.

An herbal infusion is a drink full of minerals. Minerals in whole, complex forms, easily absorbed and used by our bodies. It is different from a tea and is the foundation for daily herbal nourishment.

To make an oatstraw infusion…

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  1. Put 1 oz of oatsraw in a quart sized jar
  2. Pour boiling water over herb
  3. Cap with lid
  4. Needs to sit 4 to 6 hours to pull minerals into solution
  5. Strain it out. Making it before you go to bed and straining in the morning is a great idea.

Creative Fun!

Oatstraw Standard Brew is a great base for frozen concentrates, lemonade, and juices of all kinds.

Take the above and make popsicles or ice cubes.

Oatstraw loves lavender, lemon verbena, rosemary add a pinch with the oatstraw to your quart jar.

Serve your brew with frozen raspberries and sprigs of herbs.

Drink this herbal remedy for stress every day!

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