This exotic flower has a wonderful, sweet smell, and acts as a sedative. It has been traditionally used in case of hysteria, insomnia, seizures, and anxiety. According to scientists, it elevates the levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which is a chemical in our brain.
This chemical promotes relaxation, as it reduces the activity of certain cells in the brain. This efficient herb is as effective as oxazepam (Serax) in the treatments of mental disorders, but it has fewer side effects on the cognitive ability and focus.
Side effects: This plant is also regarded as safe when taken by mouth in small amounts. However, it may sometimes cause side- effects like inflamed blood vessels, dizziness, vomiting, altered consciousness, confusion, nausea, irregular muscle action, a rapid heart rate, abnormal heart rhythm.