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How does mood affect your health?

How can mood boosting herbs help us? Our health is directly affected by our mental health, our emotional health. They say the heart is like a second brain. Mental, emotional and physical well-being are all interrelated. When we are in distress, due to external causes, we think and feel negatively. This causes various psychosomatic problems and the immune system becomes weaker. For example, when we feel stressed, we start feeling it directly in our stomach area. Some people suffer with slow digestion, bloating, pain and constipation. However, it can also speed up the digestion process, causing frequent trips to the bathroom.

Natural herbs to boost your mood

What affects your mood?

External situations such as work stress, not enough exercise and lack of sleep directly affect your mood. However, you will be surprised with how easily your mood can improve with herbs and essential oils. A simple herbal tea can just turn out to be that magic potion you have been looking for to fulfill your needs. There are plenty of mood boosting herbs that release that good old happy hormones in the human brain. These hormones help balance the stress levels and make us feel happier. So, why not make a self love ritual out of it? By taking 5-10 minutes to prepare and practice your personal mood boosting ritual, it will break the boring routine. Moreover, you will feel a sense of tranquility and happiness in a sacred moment with yourself.

Mood boosting herbs: How can herbal tea be really good for you?

The benefits of drinking tea are far more than simply making you feel better when you are sick. As mentioned above, a herbal tea can be used as a magic potion for better sleep, a healthy gut and better mood! Drinking tea is a great habit to start when you want to live a healthier life. Herbal tea can improve your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing:

  • The antioxidants help burn fat and improve endurance while exercising. This means, higher energy levels while the antioxidant properties heal your body from harmful microorganisms. Even if you don’t exercise and you are working you will feel your energy levels being hightened.
  • Drinking a warm cup of tea after having a meal can help improve digestion and avoid bloating and stomach cramps.
  • Many herbs naturally release dopamine,endocannabinoids, GABA and serotonin which are the hormones we need to feel happier, have more energy and sleep better.

So, which herbs should I use to boost my mood?

Rose, Lemon Balm and Lemon Verbena are excellent mood boosters. The naturally uplifting quality of these two herbs makes this a fantastic and delicious tea for those who are feeling down, anxious or feel physically uncomfortable in the stomach. They all release happy hormones mentioned above, and have amazing digestive qualities after a meal. They taste great together too, with sweet floral and fresh citrus notes.

Rose

One of the best mood boosting herbs! The most fragrant type of all roses, rosa damascene, is an immediate pick me up when we are feeling low. Furthermore, it is a  wonderful medicine for our spiritual heart as it soothes heartache and lifts our spirit. Rose has many other qualities as well: it helps to reduce menstrual cramps and heavy periods, as well as the mood swings accompanying it. High in vitamin C, one of the most important vitamins in our body. Vitamin C is an essential part of our immune system as it stimulates the production of white blood cells and functions as an antioxidant, effectively lowering oxidative stress.



Rose Tea



Lemon Balm Tea

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm tea can work wonders for feelings of stress and tension as well as rejuvenate the nervous system. Lemon balm has traditionally been used for relieving symptoms of anxiety and depression. Apart from its positive effect on the nervous system, lemon balm is also a powerful antiviral, antimicrobial and expectorant herb, and it helps in digestive disorders, stomachaches and nausea.

Lemon Verbena

Lemon Verbena has a fresh citrus flavor when brewed and compliments lemon balm. As soon as you smell lemon verbena, its fragrance releases serotonin into your bloodstream, the hormone which uplifts your mood. A cup of tea with lemon verbena every day can help burn fat, keep your digestive system on check and boost your mood. Because of its unique fragrance, we recommend the essential oil of it to be used as perfume or to use it in your essential oil diffuser at home.



Lemon Verbena Tea

Add these combos for more positivi-tea!

Chamomile is perhaps one of the well known mood boosting herbs! Combine more happy herbs such as chamomile and passionflower to your mix! There are so many different kinds of herbs that you can combine together so you never get bored of flavors. Together with the herbs mentioned above, you can have an amazing mood booster brew that can ease stress levels and panic attacks. It works great for children too, as it naturally calms the nervous system and reduces restlessness.

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Mood boosting herbs to kiss you goodnight

Effective herbs for inducing sleep are passionflower, chamomile, hops and lavender. Lemon balm can also function as a mild sedative, especially when combined with other herbs for sleep. Not only does this combo taste incredibly sweet like a goodnight kiss on the cheek, they will instantly relax you. If you are suffering from broken sleep patterns or insomnia, you should definitely also give St. Johns Wort a try. A natural anti-depressant and anti-anxiety herb that is best used at night only. For herbal teas to work best, you should make it a habit and have one or two cups of herbal tea before bed to notice a difference. The good thing is that with herbal teas you don’t feel drowsy the next day.

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