The first topic that we’re going to talk about
is, depression. Depression can be caused by increased stress levels in hormones as in
the adrenal glands, also excess of use of smoking, intoxication and alcohol. So today,
I’m going to show you a couple of herbs that you can use in your daily life, which is going
to help you release anxiety, stress, as well as depression. First herb for depression is,
St. Johns Wort. It significantly improves anxiety, depression, and feelings of worthlessness.
Some study also show that St. Johns Wort is more powerful antidepressant than most pharmaceutical
products. It improves sleep quality, often a major problem for people, who are seriously
depressed. One of the major woman symptoms, which are, anxiety, anorexia, lack of interest
in life, and also psycomotor problems, all changed with this herb called, St. Johns Wort.
Also people who drink a lot of alcohol can take St. Johns Wort, and relieve their depression.
One of the major advantageous of St. Johns Wort, is that, unlike many anti-depressant
drugs, it does not impair your attention, concentration, or reaction time. So how can
you make a tea with St. Johns Wort? I’m going to explain you that. You can make a tea by
steeping one to two tablespoons of dried herb in boiling water, and you can just boil it
for at least 10 minutes, you can also add honey, that’s honey, and you can also add
lemon according to your taste. And simply filter the water, and take at least one to
two cups of tea every single day, to relief depression. One to two cups is more than enough
to actually relieve your stress levels, and it’s also going to help your adrenal glands,
and will help you with your depression. So you can take it once in the morning, or once
in the evening, or you can also take 900 milligrams daily, which means, 600 with breakfast, and
300 milligrams with lunch, or you can take 300 with breakfast, 300 with lunch, and 300
with dinner, it’s all up to you. But do not take everything all together, which means
that, do not take a total of 900 milligrams together, just take it, 600 with breakfast,
and 300 milligrams with lunch. Do not take St. Johns Wort if you are pregnant, and also
avoid sun exposure, which is intense sun exposure, while using it, since the herb can make skin
more sensitive to sunlight. Do not take St. Johns Wort along with amino acids, if you
just have started the treatment program. And if you’re taking any prescription drugs, please
space them out for at least 20 minutes with any of the herbs that you’re going to take.