Collection: Calming Staff Picks

Welcome! You're accessing a work in progress regarding stress management or being calm, warm and collected.

Below are some things to consider when researching natural treatments on being calm.

  • Linda Page's Healthy Healing, 11th Edition, by Linda G. Rector-Page, March 2000, by Linda Page, Ph.D., page 508. Suggestions include
    • Diet and Superfood Therapy
      • Vitamin B-rich foods such as brown rice
      • Magnesium-rich foods from green vegetables and whole grains
      • Foods that feed your adrenals, like sea greens
      • And more
      • Herb and Supplement Therapy
        • Crystal Star "Relax Caps"
        • Gingko biloba
        • Vitamin C with bioflavonoids
        • Licorice
        • Evening primrose oil
        • Bach's Rescue Remedy
        • And more
      • Lifestyle Support Therapy
        • Monthly massage
        • Aromatherapy
        • Daily quieting of the mind and deep breathing
        • Regular exercise for tissue oxygen
        • Rest and relaxation every day
        • And more
    • The Encyclopedia of Aromatherapy Massage and Yoga, by Carole McGilvery, Jimi Reed, and Mira Mehta, 1999, lists these essential oils (and others) for stress management (page 78 to 79)
      • Anxiety: Basil (uplifting), Bergamot (uplifting), Geranium (relaxing), Lavender (smoothing), Neroli (sedative), Sandalwood (calming)
      • Mental Fatigue: Rosemary
      • Insomnia: Chamomile, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Hyssop, Lavender, Marjoram, Melissa, Neroli, Orange, Patchouli, Rose, Sage, Sandalwood,Ylang-Ylang
    • The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, Third Edition, by Michael T. Murray, N.D., and Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.2012
      • "Eat a diverse range of colorful, whole foods" (page 212)
      • "The nutrients especially important for supporting adrenal function are vitamin C, vitamin B6, (Pyridoxine), zinc, magnesium, and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)." (page 214)
      • Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) (page 216)
    • The Feingold Cookbook for Hyperactive Children and Others with Problems Associated with Food Additives and Salicylates, by Ben F. Feingold, M.D., and Helene S. Feingold, 1979.
      • (suggestions to follow)

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