Every joyous occasion and every stressful situation affects the nervous system. At times when the nervous system is too tense, it can cause unbearable pain. Common Sense™ “Nerve Control” will help keep this system working correctly in every situation as well as providing you with restful sleep. This combination includes the following ingredients:
is one of many powerful “nervines” that does not work directly on the head. It works on the nervous system through the spine. Not only does Skullcap relax the nerves, but it will also rebuild the nerve sheath (the insulation that protects the nerves). It is also excellent for reducing pain from inflammation of the sciatic nerve and all other nerves below the waist. Scientific studies are proving this to be a valuable plant in many areas for mental disorders. Skullcap is used in the treatment of a wide range of nervous conditions including epilepsy, insomnia, anxiety, withdrawal from barbiturates and tranquilizers (drugs that act as central nervous system depressants). Skullcap is currently being used as an alternative medicine to treat ADD and a number of other nerve disorders.
helps to relax the organs in order to release toxins more efficiently. It is known to naturally ease panic attacks, anxiety, stress and headaches from tension. Catnip is very effective for managing stress, as well as alleviates coughing. It opens obstructions of the lungs, and controls shortness of breath. Catnip is good for promoting sleep while relieving digestive issues such as: upset stomach, nausea, gas, and diarrhea. Catnip has a diaphoretic effect (increasing perspiration without raising body temperature) and antipyretic effect (anti-fever). It is especially good for small children and babies. Catnip may prevent miscarriages and premature births. Catnip is an excellent herb for overall liver health, whether you are an adult or a child.
is considered a “nervine” and used mostly for its sedative effect as a sleep aid and is considered a good herb to relieve anxiety. Passion Flower is good for eye and brain tension, insomnia, alcoholism, and high blood pressure. This herb has a hypotensive effect (lowers blood pressure) and also relieves tachycardia (fast heart rate.) It is also excellent for relieving nerve pain and shingles.
is a powerful “nervine.” It quiets, calms, and promotes sleep. Valerian has a healing effect on the nervous system. It is known to reduce heart palpitations, epilepsy attacks, headaches, hangovers, menstrual cramps, and after pains from childbirth. The drug valium was derived and synthetically made from Valerian Root. Unlike valium, Valerian Root does not have any narcotic effects.
is a tonic and “nervine.” It has been used for years for its sedative effects. It works on the central nervous system due to its methylbutenol content (a natural alcohol) as a treatment for stress, anxiety, insomnia, and pain. Hops Flower is valuable in high fevers and delirium, as well as for relieving toothache, earache, and neuralgia. Hops Flower helps increase perspiration and is beneficial as an herbal pain reliever, diuretic, and to expel intestinal parasites. This plant has also been used for menstrual difficulties. Also helps tone the liver.
is referred to as the “King of the Nervines,” one of the greatest herbs of the earth used to treat nervous conditions without side effects. It helps to cleanse the lungs of mucous which cause asthma, allergies, pneumonia, and other serious respiratory problems. Lobelia reduces palpitations of the heart and is helpful in treating fevers, hepatitis, meningitis, and mumps. In cases where poison has been swallowed, use in large amounts to induce vomiting. Lobelia is excellent for reducing swelling in sprains and ligaments as well as good for relieving lockjaw, ear infections, and even epilepsy attacks. In the smallest dose, the properties of Lobelia act to stimulate, dilate and then to relax the bronchial muscles.
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