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Natural Remedies For Depression - 09/27/2012
Chinese Herbs For Depression The ancient Chinese medical science treats depression very differently as compared to conventional modern medical science. Traditional Chinese medical science believes that: 1. Depression is just another disease. 2. Each emotion is linked to the five elements - water, wood, fire, earth and metal. 3. Emotions are closely attached to the overall physical wellbeing of an individual. 4. In a diseased body the vital energy forces are blocked and need to be released. The Chinese medical theory further segregates depression on the basis of the five elements. It purports that depression symptoms can belong to three groups. 1. Earth-type depression – This is depression that is accompanied by worry, lethargy, loose stools, weight gain and fatigue. 2. Water-type depression – This depression is associated with symptoms of reluctance to get up, impotence, fear and urinary problems. 3. Wood-type depression – This type of depression is believed to be a result of stagnation and anger that is directed inwards. Natural remedies for depression like the mimosa tree are the mainstay of the Chinese remedies for depression. The entire plant - the silvery bark, young leaves and yellow flowers play some role in treating depression. 1. The bark is used as a tranquilizer for emotional disturbances, bad temper, sleep disorders and memory loss. 2. The flower is used as a sedative and helps in symptoms like heaviness in the chest. 3. The leaves also aid in inducing slee...

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