Having the quality of acting upon or affecting the nerves; quieting nervous excitement.
strengthens and tones nerves and the nervous system
An herb or substance that relaxes, soothes, calms, and quiets the nerves, or which acts on the entire nervous system in a beneficial manner to allay nervous excitement. (Syn: Relaxant, Tranquilizer, Sedative, Narcotic)
Nervine herbs help soothe, calm and nourish the nervous system. Some of the nervine herbs are black cohosh, blue vervain, boneset, catnip, chamomile, cramp bark. damiana, gotu kola, hops, lady's slipper, lemon balm, lobelia, oatraw, passion flower, skullcap, valerian root and wood betony.
Herbs that calm nervous tension and nourish the nerves: chamomile, hops, oats, scullcap, St. John's wort.
calms nervousness, tension, and excitement
calms nervous excitement ( nerve tonic )
An herb that relaxes and calms the nerves (e.g., chamomile, passion-flower, valerian, skullcap, lavender).
an herb that has a beneficial effect upon the nervous system
a plant remedy that has a beneficial effect upon the nervous system in some way
a plant remedy with some kind of beneficial effect upon the nervous system
acts to calm the nervous system
Strengthening or toning the nerves or nervous system.
herbs that calm, tone and nourish the nervous system.
Reduces nervous excitement
herbs used to ease anxiety and stress and nourish the nerves.
An agent which acts upon the nervous system to temporarily relax nervous tension or excitement.
Calming and soothing to the nervous system.
Helps to soothe, calm and nourish the nervous system Passion Flower, Lady's Slipper
This is an agent strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system.
Applied to herbs used to restore the nerves to their natural state.
Herbs that strengthen and tone the nervous system, easing anxiety and stress. Black Cohosh, Blue Cohosh, Catuaba, Chamomile, Cramp bark, Damiana, Guarana, Hops, Lovage, Motherwort, Oat seed, Passion Flower, Red Clover, Skullcap, Tayuya, Valerian, Wormwood.
nerve restorative, mildly tranquillising
Reduces nervous disorders.
Plants that are considered nervines reduce anxiety by nourishing and balancing the nervous system. Skullcap, Scutellaria laterifolia Parturient: Used for centuries by midwives, parturients help to prepare the body for labor and ease the birthing process. Red Raspberry, Rubus ideaus
Having an effect on the nervous system (for example, a sedative or stimulant).
nervines help the nervous system and can be subdivided into three groups. Nervine tonics strengthen and restore the nervous system. Nervine relaxants ease anxiety and tension by soothing both body and mind. Nervine stimulants directly stimulate nerve activity.
Plants that relax and sooth nerves. The stronger ones are sedatives and will induce sleep.
Acts specifically on the nervous system, stops nervous excitement, tonic.
A tonic to the nervous system.
Helps restore nerves.
an agent that calms nervousness, tension or excitement.
Affects The Nervous System - May Be Stimulating, Sedating, Or Relaxing.
acts specifically on the nervous system, stops ervous excitement.
herbs which have tranquilizing effects.
A substance that calms the nervous system
Substance that strengthens and tones the nerves and nervous system
Restores and relaxes the nervous system
strengthens and normalizes the nervous system
a nerve tonic
Affects nervous system and nerve function due to its ability to soothe the nerves and alleviate irritation and stress.
Refers to substances that are toxic to the nervous system.
A nervine herb will be in some way beneficial to the nervous system.
An agent that affects, strengthens, or calms the nerves.
(Medical term) Having the quality of acting upon or affecting the nerves. A nervine, usually and botanical substance, can act to strengthen, tonify and repair nervous tissue, or to calm and inhibit neural activity.There are three categories.