Curing Stress With Food


Think about it: generally you’re eating 3 meals a day and a couple of snacks.

How could this not have an effect on your body, mood and feelings?

There’s a lot of truth to the phrase “you are what you eat”.

So what should we eat or drink to help manage stress?

We have all have a human instinct, that gut feeling, on what our body needs in the moment.

Think about the opposite of stress: relaxation. What foods/plants call to you…

Any flower that you find in nature has a calming, stress reliving effect.

The flower world in nature is there to calm you down, which makes sense instinctively.


  • Chamomile: has tryptophan(a relaxing protein)
  • Lavender: the plant reduces anxiety and lowers pulse rates0419a906ddb15876a9b817e361aa2f56
  • Passion flower: known as an anti-anxiety drug and sleep aid
  • Bach Rescue Remedy: extract from bach flower, removes emotional imbalances
  • Red Clover: stimulates the immune system (a traditional ingredient in treating cancer)
  • Dandelion leaves: super calming, detoxes the liver.


  • Chaga: immune boosting SUPERFOOD. very powerful antioxidant.
  • Nettle: high in calcium and magnesium, which helps calm the nerves.

Good-way to use the above mentioned is by drinking them as a tea or extract.

Tea is one of the easiest and fastest way to digest their healing properties.

Oils and incense are also effective.

Note that if your stress levels are very high, you should evaluate what the major stressors in your life. Make some appropriate changes, so that your day can flow smoothly. Apart from what you eat, there are several other wonderful remedies to reduce your stress levels.