... what is a natural alternative to xanax (6 replies)
... Interstitial cystitis is a bladder problem. Why xanax?
You should go to a good urologist for this.
Xanax is only for extreme panic and anxiety.
Worse, it is the most addictive of the benzos. (11 replies)
... L- THEANINE has been lifesave for my daughter and myself. It works within 20 minutes. Do search on the web.
Let me know what you think!
NO SIDEEFFECTS :wave: (11 replies)
... I am wondering if anyone knows of a natural alternative to xanax? ... (11 replies)
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... I believe xanax is a valuim medication. A natural herbal med that acts similar to valuim is valerian. Valerian is a muscle relaxant and most people use it for sleep. ... (6 replies)
... But it is one of the weakest....you are right, Xanax is much more potent, more addictive. Prof. ... (11 replies)
... don't know about the rest of the world, but this herb has been banned in the UK as it may cause liver problrms in some individuals. try valarian root as an alternative. (11 replies)
... I have heard soooooooo many different claims for natural alternatives to xanax (kava kava, valerian root, passionflower, hops, etc), but absolutely NONE of them have worked like xanax. Xanax (in my opinion) is a wonder drug. I wish to God there was something else like it that doesn't have the addictive tendencies........ I'd be taking it in a heartbeat ! (11 replies)
... well, all of those are great. I am allergic to Valerian.
I like kava, chamomile, passion flower, California poppy.
some are those are in tinctures, capsules, teas.
also breathing, costs nothing and is the hardest thing for me to do,
sitting up feet flat on the floor, head and arms comfortable, close my eyse and breath, in through the nose out through the mouth, and one... (6 replies)
... KAVA is the best for anxiety--has been proven to be just as effective as the benzo's--without the side effects! and it's not addictive! also, gaba, valerian, 5htp, st. john's wort, taurine, theanine, b-complex, calcium with magnesium, passion flower, rhodiola and ginseng. (6 replies)
... Rescue Remedy is also good for a general calming feeling. It isn't strong. (6 replies)
... L-theanine, an amino acid, can be helpful. (6 replies)
... Also a product called "Calm".... it is Magnesium in powder form. I am sure u could find it online and also at some health food stores. I use it and it does relax.... Magnesium and Calcium are very good for relaxation of muscles.
Chamomile tea is relaxing and some people think Kava is good... also something called Holy Basil. (6 replies)
... bergamot essential oil has an analgesic, anti-spasmodic effect and is particularly useful for cystitis when used as a local wash. remember to dilute it. search on the web for more details of its properties and what strength the wash should be. it treats cystitis but also can stop cystitis developing as the condition usually starts as urethaitis and the local wash will stop it... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the suggestions! I'm going to investigate them all. I have had some relief since my surgery 10/29, thank goodness.
You are all very helpful...appreciate it!
Sidnee (11 replies)
... How about Kava Kava herb? It makes you feel relaxed. (11 replies)
... Try 5-HTP. It may help. (11 replies)
... I take calms forte my hylands. It works for me! (11 replies)
... I know of none. (11 replies)