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If you e.g. are often restless or cannot sleep, you should grow anti-stress plants. Our overview shows which plants have a calming effect.Lavender relieves tension
Gardening alone helps many people to cope better with their everyday stress. You can also optimize coping with stress by growing appropriate plants in your own garden that have stress-minimizing effects.
These are mostly herbs, which are generally quite easy to grow. So plant a few more herbs in your garden and benefit from their stress-minimizing effects.
An overview of anti-stress plants
The St. John's wort, which is also used in many medications (mood enhancer) or the lemon balm, is probably one of the best known anti-stress plants, which can be used to enrich beneficial bath additives. Further recommended anti-stress plants for your own cultivation in the garden and their effectiveness can be seen in the table below.
|roses||harmonizing and balancing|
|geraniums||balance moods, harmonizing|
|hop||Bath additive against anxiety|
|chamomile||soothing, balancing, relaxing|
|marjoram||for insomnia and stress-related migraines|
|thyme||reduces nervous appearances|
|pine||against nervousness and anxiety|
|dill||promotes sleep, promotes digestion|
|Kava kava||soothes the stomach|
|passionflower||also sleep-promoting and calming|
|Bistort||also in combination with St. John's wort, relieves anxiety|
|lavender||as a bath additive, relieves tension|
|white cabbage||against everyday stress|
|yarrow||promotes restful sleep|
|Pasque||helps with depression|
|sage||with nerve weakness of any kind|
|rosemary leaves||have a relaxing effect as a bath additive|
|Siberian ginseng||Asian root plant, acts as a tonic for enormous everyday stress|
|ginseng||similar to the taiga root, can be used for any kind of stress|
For many people, just looking at a soothing green, i.e. the garden oasis itself, is enough to reduce stress. It is therefore recommended that you stay in your own garden as regularly as possible in the evenings - and not just to work, but just to relax!
By the way:
Plants can also suffer from stress. Enormous stress factors are, for example, the transplanting and rearrangement of flower pots, because they only have to get used to their new surroundings.