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The Benefits of Herbs — herbs for addiction

The Benefits of Rhodiola

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RHODIOLA/Rose Root (Rosea) Rhodiola is an "adaptogen". Adaptogens are substances that increase the body's overall resistance and help to normalise bodily functions. As an adaptogen, Rhodiola helps people adapt to manage stress, and give a general boost in positive thinking or well-being and energy. Rhodiola is thought to enhance immunity, increase the capacity for exercise and enhance memory, Rhodiola is also used as a main herb in breaking the addiction cycle. Reports and study shows that is is helpful for overcoming cannabis addiction. Rhodiola has a legendary history dating back thousands of years. In 77 A.D., the Greek physician Dioscorides...

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The Benefits of Mullein

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MULLEIN Mullein is one of the most versatile herbs found today. Mullein is mild-tasting and has gentle sedative properties. Mullein is commonly available and can assist with a number of ailments such as easing an irritable cough or a sore throat, and is good for acute situations such as bronchitis and sinusitis, and can play a useful role in the management of asthma. It can be used to help people stop smoking and is said to clear and refresh the lungs even when smoked. Mullein is high in iron, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur. It is considered the herb of choice...

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The Benefits of Passionflower

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Passionflower Some herbs give clues to their virtues in their names. Passionflower does the opposite; rather than raising fire, it helps to calm it down. Passionflower is the first choice for people who have difficulty sleeping. It helps to ensure a restful nights sleep without the hangover feeling in the morning, that comes with many conventional sleeping pills. Its sedative qualities also makes it useful for those who suffer from anxiety and nervousness. In any situation where stress is a factor Passionflower may be worth trying. Take it last thing at night for sleeplessness (insomnia), or regularly throughout the day...

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