Supplements + 3 herbal suggestions for busy professionals

Supplements + 3 herbal suggestions for busy professionals

Are you super busy juggling your work and home life?


Ok, this one is for you

Ideally we should be getting all of our vitamins and nutrients from whole foods, however, in busy times we can make use of supplements to help us. I’ve come back to these supplements multiple times, and have gotten so much help from them. One of the main one I use helps me regulate my sleep pattern. Feeling like you can’t stop thinking before sleep? Keep reading.
I’ve  made a habit to drink soothing herbal elixirs to nourish my nervous system with goodness…& so far, I’m far much better at preventative self-care than I was before in my 20’s. I’ve put together a mini kit to support your nervous system and regulate hormones in busy times.. because, as much as we want to, life is full of up and down’s. Knowing what to do in critical times can save us from getting sick. So here we go:

  • Vitamin B complex: Low energy and fatigue can contribute to irritability and 
    stress. B-complex vitamins usually contain the following: B1 (thiamine):Thiamine
    plays an essential role in metabolism because it helps convert nutrients into 
  • Magnesium:  Regulates Melatonin, which guides sleep-wake cycles in your body. 
    Magnesium helps to quiet the nervous system, and prepares you for deep sleep. 
    Magnesium helps activate neurotransmitters that are responsible for calming the 
    body and soothing the mind. 
  • Ashwaghanda Root Powder or Tea:  It is classified as an "adaptogen," meaning 
    that it can help your body manage stress. It is an ancient Ayurvedic Root that has 
    been recognized to balance hormones and help with stress levels. You can add a 
    teaspoon to your morning drinks, and you can also buy Ashwaghanda tea in health 
    stores. As with everything, take it with moderation and see how you feel.
  • Valerian Root Tea: Recognized for relieving insomnia, and anxiety, Valerian tea 
    can be an exquisite treat before going to bed.
  • Green Tea: L-theanine is found in tea-leafs which has been proven to reduce both 
    physical and psychological stress.  

These recommendations are not a prescriptions, and by all means, you are welcome to ask your physician about them if you need more clarification. I recommend having a balanced diet rich in specific whole foods that serve your bio-individuality best.  Phytonutrients or, nutrients found in plants and whole foods are proven to be more efficient and abundant in providing the right nutrition for us. Crafting a lifestyle that provides adequate nutrition, and positive lifestyle habits is key. I encourage us to work towards building a lifestyle that is preventative and happy rather than draining! For more ideas on making small changes that make a big difference please check our next posts.


Alexandra England