Burnout, melancholy moods and even depression are among the new common diseases in our civilized world. Increasing pressure on performance and malnutrition are the breeding ground for many mental illnesses. Hildegard of Bingen recommends some anti-melancholic. They are able to neutralize “bad fluid”, i.e acids. They look basic and happy. The basis of a healthy diet is the Original Spelt. Easily digestible, it has a positive effect on the body due to the numerous vitamins, dietary fibers and minerals. The “Naturally Better for More Joyful Life” Spelt products consist of pure organic certified Original Spelt.
The Fennel has a positive mood and acts as a phytohormone especially in menopausal women.
The Nerve biscuits Boost efficiency and intelligence with its special blend of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
Chamomile protects the nerves from premature decay.
Chestnuts or sweet chestnuts according to Hildegard of Bingen “the empty brain”is filled; nerves, heart, liver and kidneys are strengthened. They are full of valuable amino acids that are responsible for nerve conduction.
Fled seeds Hildegard writes: “If one cooks psyllium (Fled seeds) and drinks them warm in wine, it eliminates the severe allergy fever, it delights the saddened mind with its sweet temperament and help the brain to regain its health.” It strengthens the brain through its cooling effect.
Licorice is the precursor of the hormone cortisol, which is formed in the body itself. It has an anti-inflammatory and calming effect. The tincture should be carried almost always. The recommendation: Take half teaspoon full three times a day.
Arum Arum root drink also works on hormone regulation disorders during menopause. Dosage: Drink a glass of liqueur several times daily.
A good helper in upsets and disturbed hormone balance is also the Rue. Eating several times daily spread on bread, “eradicates unwanted blood flashes and hot flashes.” Read more about the exact use of psychotropic drugs according to Hildegard of Bingen in our section Health.