Rest is the second essential issue for a better life and we can take a help through this sleep. After a bath, what can give us more freshness fine mind that is nothing but sleep. And, nowadays most of the young people confront the sleeping problem. Having trouble sleeping? Well, then maybe you don’t need expensive medicine or prescriptions, but rather one of nature’s best sleeping serums. Take a look at these plants that are proven to give you a better night’s sleep.
1. Aloe Vera:
Aloe Vera is one of the most useful healing plants in the world. It’s for more than just smelling good and healing burns. Aloe Vera is proven to increase air-flow by NASA as it emits extra oxygen, helping you breathe better!
For thousands of years, Valerian has been used as a sedative. So, it’s really no surprise people still sit it in their room for a calmer, peaceful night of sleep. You will automatically feel less stressed and can rest easier knowing the Valerian sits on your desk.
Lavender has been known to calm the nerves and is used in aromatherapy. It’s no wonder it is such a common scent for lotions, incense, and essential oils! In fact, I can almost smell it right now and already I’m feeling relaxed!
Sage is one of the safest and surefire sleep remedies known to man. You can use it in your bedtime snack, in a cup of tea, or dash around the bedroom! The earthy scent can do wonders for your respiratory system.
5. English Ivy:
It is said that this ivy can purify the air, cleansing it of harmful residue. It can remove mould and faeces from the air while at the same time relieving the symptoms of allergies and asthma. In fact, the effects are similar to a humidifier.
6. Snake Plant:
Also called Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Snake Plant is a lifesaver. It works as a filter but also works extra hard to produce oxygen for us! Sometimes, it seems snake and mothers-in-law are only trying to help!
Jasmine has been known to reduce anxiety levels, giving you a more peaceful sleep. It has been proven that such effects lead to a better day of productivity! This means you’ll be able to sue more of your brain power!
Elecampane may sound like an animal, but it’s really a mild sedative. Due to its strong scent, it works best as a herb, though it isn’t unheard of to use it simply as a sleeping plant. So I say go for it!
9. Bamboo Palm:
If you want to freshen and purify the air without using chemicals, then the Bamboo Palm is your go-to guy. The tropical feel it will give your bedroom only adds to its sweeping powers. Not to mention it’s easy to care for!
10. Peace Lily:
With a name like Peace Lily, it has to be perfect, right? Pretty much! This NASA approved flower filters out toxins and literally humidifies the air! This is great for those dry nights where you wake up with itchy eyes and a sore throat!
So, do not late and take the help of all above-mentioned plants that can be beneficial for your sound sleep.