Rosemary displays a powerful anti-anxiety effect, similar todiazepam but without the side effects
|Rosemary displays a powerful anti-anxiety effect, similar todiazepam but without the side effects||Darrell Miller||01/30/19|
January 30, 2019 03:10 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Rosemary displays a powerful anti-anxiety effect, similar todiazepam but without the side effects
Many people suffer from anxiety and are in search of natural treatments instead of anti-anxiety drugs. According to researchers from Iran, rosemary could be a possibility. Many anti-anxiety drugs prescribed have a list of side effects making it even more difficult for people who suffer already. Rosemary is a shrub like plant found mostly in southern Europe. It is already known for killing bacteria, promoting blood flow, lowering blood sugar levels and more. The study concluded that the mice injected with rosemary appeared to have reduced anxiety similar to the mice injected with anti-anxiety medications.
- Research shows that more than 500 million people are afflicted with the psychological disorder of anxiety.
- Pharmaceutical options for anxiety often incorporate side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, low blood pressure and sexual dysfunction.
- One study, administered on mice, suggested that the herb, rosemary, showed an anti-anxiety affect on subjects on par with the drug diazepam.
"Natural products are good alternatives to anti-anxiety drugs because of their potency and safety."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-11-rosemary-displays-powerful-anti-anxiety-effect-no-side-effects.html