A Conversation for Talking Point: Coping with Depression
Alfredo Started conversation Oct 20, 2004
Scince a few years I am glad to use the herbs Hypericum (yes, I know the interaction) , and Eleutherococcus (Sib. Ginseng) and the amino,
In a deep depression, two months ago, I took some dry OATSTRAW, mixed it with some yoghurt and - véry unexpectedly - a great calm came over me, while my chest went wide open=sitting straight. All by itself, completely unexpected ! I continually try things and most of it doesn't do me any good. Things have to prove themselves to me.
But this is véry strange, because I eat one KILO oats in a week, as breakfast !
It gives me lot of energy (combined with L-Taurine) but is nót a nerv-tonic at all for me.
So OAT STRAW seems to be doing a very good job. There are NO seeds in my dry oatstraw.
I just bought a kilo at a wholesaler for a few euro's.
I just took about 10 grams.(in my case, that's a little)
Latin Name; Avena Sativa
Alfredo Posted Oct 21, 2004
Oat straw (AVENA SATIVA) ánd the grain are prescribed to treat general debility and a wide range of nervous conditions.
They are mildly antidepressant, gently raising energy levels and supporting an over-stressed nervous system.
It feeds, restores ánd calms our nervesystem. End Quote
"Grain" is not the same as oatmeal. Oatmeal is obvious from the oat- plant, but it is grain that has been strongly manipluated after the harvest to make it eatable. Many ingrediënts get lost that way.
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