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    Marvin7148 is offline Joe Blow
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    5 Herbal Remedies for Stress

    Hey guys,

    I found some herbal remedies for stress, take look and give me your feedback.

    The following are some herbal suggestions for stress control and amelioration:

    1. Borage is used to relieve depression and stress and is a mild diuretic.

    2. Chamomile is a gentle herb used in tea to soothe and relax the nervous system. In stressful circumstances, chamomile is used to soothe the digestive tract. It is an anti-spasmodic and has anti-inflammatory properties.

    3. Chive is said to have some natural antibiotic properties to help the immune system under stress.

    4. Echinacea is said to improve immune function and stamina, especially the body’s ability to fight off viruses and colds, by boosting the power of white blood cells to destroy invading organisms. It has long been a popular remedy among Native American peoples.

    5. Ginko Biloba is said to increase blood flow to the brain, improve neurotransmitter function, and improve the metabolism of brain fuels. It also is said to scavenge free-radicals from the circulation, thus helping to slow aging. As such, it is being touted as helpful for holding off symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. For the healthy population, it is used to increase alertness and concentration.

    Marvin.

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    Hello Marvin,

    Very helpful post thank you for sharing, I would like to add some more information to your post.

    The stressors has risen to the point your stress level is out of control when you feel like you are about to blow up inside. Those nasty little critters called stressors can wear and tear on our body and mind. Bills, hidden fears, responsibilities, bad decisions, consequences, and so forth can bring us all a wealth of stress.

    A stress management technique needs to be put into action when you feel like you cannot take anymore and your insides feel like they are about to explode. Stress can lead to serious problems if we do not learn how to manage our emotions.

    There are several ways to relieve stress, including musical, exercise, mediation self-talk, visual, contrasting and comparing, and so forth. It might be advisable to pick from the list a solution that works for you to avoid blowing a fuse and hurting someone or your self by reason of your reactions.

    Life is too short to take everything personal, so why not move ahead and deal with your troubles by relaxing a little more. Friends are also great. If you have good friends your friends will recognize your problem, help if they can, and soothe you when the cannot help.

    Thank you,

    David.

    stress-management

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    Reducing Stress in How to Get Rid of Anxiety and Panic

    Hello everyone....

    Reducing stress in how to get rid of anxiety and panic......

    In controlling anxiety and panic reducing stress or stressors can help you. Stress is changes that often cause fear, simply because people are afraid of difference. If you learn to adjust to changes, you have a chance of disposing away of anxiety and panic. To help you understand we can review fear; stressors, stress, anxiety, panic, and how they happen.

    As we drift through the paralysis of life, fear often is ingrained into our souls. Stress often occurs at what time we knowledge death in the family, injury, sickness, or other major changes. For instance, buying a home, joining in marriage and the like often make happen stress. As you can see from the changes, most times unknown fears begin enlightening self.
    Desire for Changes

    Changes should be something we want desire and need. Changes are simply modifications that occur in our life. Change is great, since we learn from changes. Changes often become diverse events in our life. Change substitutes or replaces something we are use to in our life. Change is the process of passing from one state to the next. The process of change removes something we concern, while replacing it with something we grow to relate to, thus change is good.

    David.

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    paul88 is offline In Orientation
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin7148 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I found some herbal remedies for stress, take look and give me your feedback.

    The following are some herbal suggestions for stress control and amelioration:

    1. Borage is used to relieve depression and stress and is a mild diuretic.

    2. Chamomile is a gentle herb used in tea to soothe and relax the nervous system. In stressful circumstances, chamomile is used to soothe the digestive tract. It is an anti-spasmodic and has anti-inflammatory properties.

    3. Chive is said to have some natural antibiotic properties to help the immune system under stress.

    4. Echinacea is said to improve immune function and stamina, especially the body’s ability to fight off viruses and colds, by boosting the power of white blood cells to destroy invading organisms. It has long been a popular remedy among Native American peoples.

    5. Ginko Biloba is said to increase blood flow to the brain, improve neurotransmitter function, and improve the metabolism of brain fuels. It also is said to scavenge free-radicals from the circulation, thus helping to slow aging. As such, it is being touted as helpful for holding off symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. For the healthy population, it is used to increase alertness and concentration.

    Marvin.
    Many of the conditions associated with stress are due to nutrient deficiencies. The B vitamins and vitamin C are some of the first nutrients to be depleted under stressful situations. High levels of B vitamins, vitamin C and zinc are just what your body needs to replenish nutrients and provide the adrenal and thymus glands with resources for their important functions. Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) is often called the "anti-stress vitamin."
    I also used a product specificly used for stress, and it worked great, all natural too. It provided 1500% times the RDA for pantothenic acid.

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    NBS 4life is offline Request Title Change from Admin
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    Is weed herbal? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBS 4life View Post
    Is weed herbal? lol
    Yes, though 99.99% of weed now a days is not pure. So todays weed might not be completely considered "Herbal"

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    NBS 4life is offline Request Title Change from Admin
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    Haha i was kidding man

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    (Silent) is offline Verge of Overtraining
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBS 4life View Post
    Haha i was kidding man
    Lol i know, im just posting whenever i can right now so i can crack 500 post!

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    NBS 4life is offline Request Title Change from Admin
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    heres a question, why isnt weed 100% herbal? if you grow it yourself.

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    tonymcclellan is offline Super Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin7148 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I found some herbal remedies for stress, take look and give me your feedback.

    Marvin.
    Quote Originally Posted by David26 View Post
    Hello Marvin,

    Very helpful post thank you for sharing, I would like to add some more information to your post.
    Considering you're both at the same IP, or almost identical, I bet the information would seem great.

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    sexanoe is offline Second Set
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonymcclellan View Post
    Considering you're both at the same IP, or almost identical, I bet the information would seem great.
    rofl busted

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    Measures for stress

    Stress can be quite hurting at times. Stress is some thing which is very frequent when persons are working. For reducing stress we can use fresh leaves in your salad or dried leaves in your tea. It will help in minimizing the stress from the body. This treatment I have seen in an herbal site which is having treatment of many diseases which are very normal in daily working. If someone wants to know about some other sickness then visit that site.

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    hemi57 is offline In Orientation
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    I have also heard that melatonin is a great herbal natural remedies for stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemi57 View Post
    I have also heard that melatonin is a great herbal natural remedies for stress.
    Hemi, I love ya brotha. I know you are new. But, why are you selecting all of these old threads to respond to. There are plenty of current and on-going threads to respond to.



    Best wishes

    Chillen

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    LeiYunFat is offline We are all one
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    Wait a sec...what do you mean 99.9% of weed obtained is not pure?

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