Dr Oz: Lemon Balm, Passionflower & Valerian Root: Calming Cures

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Dr Oz: Lemon Balm, Passionflower & Valerian Root: Calming Cures

By on June 8, 2011

Dr Oz: Calming Natural Cures

Dr Oz did a segment on Natural Cures That Calm, such as Lemon Balm, Passionflower and Valerian Root.  So many of us want to know how to relax, how to stop our anxiety and how to remain calm.  Doctor Oz said that he came up with this list to helps us take the edge off because anxiety is harming our health!

Dr Oz: Valerian Root Capsules

Doctor Oz’s first question was: worry shows up in the form of Depression and Anxiety, which natural cure calms: Valerian Root, Eucalyptus Leaves or Dr Oz Relaxation RemediesLucky Bamboo?  The answer is that Valerian Root can help prevent you from worrying so much.  Dr Oz said to take a 200 mg Valerian Capsule 3-4 times a day, or you can try adding Valerian Root to your tea.

Dr Oz: Lemon Balm

Dr Oz’s second question was: when you worry,  your fears lead to depression and irritability, but which natural cure helps to calm you: Lemon Balm, English Ivy or Kaffir Lilly?  The answer is Lemon Balm helps to calm you down.  Dr Oz said to take 300-500 mg of Lemon Balm three times a day.

Dr Oz: Passionflower

Doctor Oz’s final question was: nervous stress causes dry mouth and sweating, but which natural remedy helps to calm you: Passionflower, Caladium or Desert Rose?  The answer is Passionflower! Dr Oz suggested brewing 1 tsp of Passionflower in a tea and drinking it three times daily.  Here is a recap from another segment where Doctor Oz spoke about how Passionflower can minimize your stress: Dr Oz Passionflower Extract.

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