Herbs with relaxing and anxiolytic properties, useful for combating stress, inducing a state of tranquility.
These plants, taken as herbal tea, can help in case of problems such as anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia and depression.
Hawthorn is a natural remedy known in phytotherapy as a "friendly plant of the heart", for its ability to tone the whole cardio-circulatory apparatus, to regulate the beats and to calm the anxious states.
Thanks to its special content of essential oils, lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis) has long been used as a relaxing remedy against stress and irritability. Traditional medicine recommends its use also as an herbal tea, for its digestive and soothing properties.
Chamomile is a well-known herb of herbal tradition that has always been used as a natural remedy to relax, promote sleep, improve digestion and alleviate abdominal pain.
The phytotherapeutic use of melilot (also known as yellow sweet clover, or yellow melilot) is recommended in cases of poor digestion and insomnia. It is also known and appreciated for its fluidizing properties of the blood, suitable for preventing and treating cardiovascular disorders.
In traditional medicine, roman chamomile has always been considered an excellent natural remedy to relax the mind, promote sleep, improve digestion, relieve abdominal colic and a great remedy for other digestive disorders.
Digestive and relaxing herbal tea with a gentle and delicate taste of rose petals and aromatic plants. Italian product
A mixture of lemon balm, St. John's wort and elderberry, three plants known in traditional medicine for their relaxing action of the nervous system and therefore indicated against stress, nervousness and insomnia.
In the past, St. John's wort was nicknamed "the herb that drives devils away" because of its ability to free people from depression and bad thoughts. Today in Germany it is the most used natural remedy in place of psychotropic drugs.
The taste and delicacy of spring flowers concentrated in an herbal tea. We recommend it to those who want to try a good drink, different from the usual ones.