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Natural Supplements To Support Integrated Health

By Harrison Payton

April 10, 2021


Natural Wellness-Boosting Alternatives For Integrated Health

At Danu, we’re passionate about educating and guiding our readers down natural paths to wellness, integrated health, and holistic healing. Whenever possible, it is our belief that choosing natural medicines and supplements is best. By speaking with your doctor, functional nutrition specialist, or integrated health expert, you may begin to formulate some natural ways you can take care of your body.

Below, we’ve compiled a few natural supplements that we believe are a good jumping-off point when entering the world of all-natural health. 

Try These Natural Supplements

Passion Flower

This unique and colorful-looking flower has long been used for its calming effects. Specifically, it’s known as a tranquilizer and mild sedative. It may help with muscle tension and twitching. Unlike some prescription sedatives, passion flower has not been shown to impact respiratory or psychological processes. The primary health benefits of this plant-based medicine are helping with sleep issues, easing pain, and reducing anxiety and stress, and even reducing opiate withdrawal symptoms.

Kava Kava

What is kava kava? It’s a plant that belongs to the nightshade family and it is used for stress relief. This is a potent plant-based medicine, so care must be taken. It has been studied and shown to have moderate stress-reducing abilities. It also has the added benefit of promoting sleep because of its anxiolytic effects. 

5-HTP

Your body naturally produces 5-HTP. It’s an amino acid that may have the ability to boost low serotonin levels in the body. When your body experiences low serotonin, there are a number of disorders that can be developed or worsen. Depression, weight gain, sleep disorders, and anxiety issues have all been known to affect some people because their body does not have enough serotonin. Some of the primary benefits of taking 5-HTP include weight loss, depression symptom reduction, migraine frequency reduction, and lessened Fibromyalgia symptoms.

L-Theanine

This is another amino acid similar to 5-HTP. It is found naturally in some mushrooms and green and black teas as well. L-theanine’s use is primarily for reducing insomnia, stress, and anxiety. A small study even found that when combined with caffeine it also provided a boost in focus with reduced sensations of tiredness. Another study also found that taking L-theanine may help reduce infections in the respiratory tract by improving the body’s immune functions.

Cannabidiol

With an ever-increasing base of research surrounding the benefits of cannabinoids, more and more people in America are turning to cannabidiol, also commonly known as CBD, for relief. It’s been FDA-approved to treat several forms of childhood epilepsy. Countless other people across America use it to treat various other physical and mental conditions. While CBD comes from the hemp variety of the cannabis plant, it contains no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the compound found in the cannabis plant variety commonly known as marijuana. It is responsible for the “high” that accompanies its use. CBD has the potential to relieve an extremely wide range of conditions. Besides potentially aiding with anxiety, CBD may also help with reducing joint pain and depression symptoms by influencing your body’s endocannabinoid system.

Cannabidiol is derived from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant.
Cannabidiol is derived from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant.

A Community Centered On Natural Wellness 

We’re all about helping others find ways to boost their overall natural wellness. Danu is creating a community centered on helping others find relief from joint pain, anxiety, depression, and sleep issues. Be sure to check out our purity and safety-tested CBD offerings at our shop here. We look forward to hearing how CBD may help you!

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