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Is L-theanine An Effective Anxiety Treatment?
L-theanine may sound like an unfamiliar substance, but there’s actually a good chance you have encountered it before: for example, in the cup of green tea you drank this morning. Questions have..
Taking Passion Flower for Anxiety: How Effective Is It?
The species of passion flower _Passiflora incarnata_, or “maypop,” as it is also known, is a plant with a wide variety of medicinal properties. Thought to be useful in treating everything from..
Rhodiola Rosea: a Risky Relief for Anxiety?
Rhodiola rosea is an herb that some believe can be used for anxiety. The supplement rhodiola rosea is generally taken as an anti-depressant. However, many anti-depressants are also recommended for people who..
SAM-e and Anxiety in the Body
S-Adenosyl methionine, or SAM-e, for short, is a biological compound that exists naturally within the body and is also available in supplement form. SAM-e has been sold in supplement form in Europe..
Getting to the Root of Valerian Root as Anxiety Treatment
Valerian is a flowering plant native to Europe and parts of Asia. It blooms in summer, and its pink and sometimes white flowers have a sweet scent. Though it has been used..
More Vitamin D, Less Anxiety?
Like air, food, and water, the sun is something most people take for granted. However, a lack of exposure to sunlight can not only make you cold, but can also cause you..