5 indoor plants with powerful calming effects

Ulyana VynogradovaLife
Some of the plants can be consumed as food

Houseplants are a great interior decor. However, in addition to their aesthetic function, they also have a positive effect on people's mental health.

According to the Express, especially homegrown herbs help those who are stressed. The plant experts at B Well CBD have listed the best ones that help to cope with depression.

Chrysanthemum can be drunk as tea


Its unsurpassed scent calms and helps to relax. Experts say that the natural properties of lavender have a positive effect on irritable children, reduce anxiety symptoms and improve sleep, which will allow you to wake up completely refreshed. The smell of lavender also reduces heart rate and blood pressure.

Lavender reduces heart rate and blood pressure

Aloe vera

This plant can help with mental health problems and cope with headaches. And thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, the gel contained in the flower is often used for natural treatment. However, it is also great for purifying the air, which improves both mental and physical well-being.

Aloe vera helps to cope with headaches

Green onions

This is a great addition to any home that improves memory functions and prevents Alzheimer's disease as well as dementia. In addition to being a delicious food additive, its natural properties block a chemical that interferes with the production of serotonin and dopamine. Therefore, green onions are great for eliminating depression, fighting memory disorders, and improving sleep.

Green onions prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia


The exquisite colors of this plant add brightness to the interior and help reduce anxiety and stress. Chrysanthemums are often thrown into tea to help the body relax and speed up the metabolism process.

Chrysanthemum speeds up the metabolic process


An incredibly popular herb that is often used for medicinal purposes, it is great for fighting anxiety and depression. The vapors of the flower enter the brain and reduce tension and stress, as well as have a mild sedative effect.

Chamomile has a mild sedative effect

As OBOZREVATEL reported, he named five indoor plants that remove toxins from the air and improve sleep.

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