I appreciate your signature tag:
I found this overview of herbs, but I am skeptical about a lot of it. I have read a little about scullcap on the other threads though. Curcumin sounds sounds really promising. I am planning on adding Curcumin to a rotational regimen with other polyphenols, because I don't know about taking a whole bunch of stuff all the time... except for NAC, Lipoic Acid, vit D, multivit, and omega 3s.
Have you heard of any type of polyphenol calendar schedule? Ex: lycopene two days, quercitin two days, resveratol two days, curcumin two days, green tea two days, milk thistle two days, ect. Do you think that would work at all?
http://www.steadyhealth.com/about/herbs ... ation.html
There are several useful herbal medicines:
- Damiana: The herb treats nervous or muscular debility, especially if it’s caused by trauma and great exertion.
- Valerian Root: Valium is derived from valerian root, so if nerves are irritated from trauma or any sort of injury, valerian herb can sooth it and ease nerve pain. This is a herb that sooths already irritated nerves.
-Wood Betony: Calms down the nerves. When raw inflamed nerves do not heal properly, nerve pain creates tension and unease in the nearby muscles.
-Black Cohosh: Used as an aid in metabolism due to its sedative components of valerian that has simulative characteristics. It is recommended to have both at the same time.
- Lobelia: The herb eases inflamed and agitated nerves, in some cases of injury. It is a treatment used to relax and smooth muscles. Also, it has been used to decrease muscle convulsions.
- Blue Vervain: A herb used to regenerate and strengthen system of nerves by relieving stress and tension.
- Gotu Kola: Gotu Kola sedates the central nervous system.
-Scullcap: It supports, strengthens and relieves after acute or chronic diseases that attacks nerves.