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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..
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 - it can also cause..
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..
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..
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..
Is L-theanine An Effective Anxiety Treatment?
L-theanine may sound like an unknown substance, but there’s a good chance you have encountered it before: for example, in the cup of green tea, you drank this morning. Questions have been..