5 flowers to help you sleep ready against cancer

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sleep aid flowers can resist cancer

Anyone who has sleep problems probably looking for help But can’t think of a good one to use. Today, UFABET recommends 10 flowers to help you sleep. Importantly, it also contains high anti-oxidants. That can help reduce the risk of cancer.

lotus flower

There are many species. But I recommend pink tiered lotus (Sattabongkot) or white (Sattabut). The highlight of the royal lotus is Contains alkaloids in pollen It helps to sleep and has antioxidant activity as well. Can eat both petals and pollen. But please choose a lotus that has not been sprayed with pesticides.

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Drink lotus tea or lotus miang menu

butterfly pea flowers

Purple flowers rich in anthocyanin Antioxidants that improve blood circulation and visual efficiency. Suitable for people who use their eyes Smartphone syndrome group And helps to sleep well as well

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drink butterfly pea tea Or eat fresh and dip in chili


In addition to the yellow substance of the safflower helps reduce blood lipid levels and prevent heart disease. It can also be used in the recipe for blood tonics as well. A warm brew before bedtime will help you fall asleep and wake up feeling refreshed. not sleepy during the day

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Drink safflower tea before bed.

Mon rose

Or Thai people call it Yi Sun flower. It is a rose with soft and thin petals. flower essential oil Contains high amounts of antioxidants such as vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, beta-carotene. It reduces stress levels and makes you more relaxed.

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inhale the scent of flowers or light an oil burner

cassia flower

bitter flower There is an important substance, Barakol, which has the effect of reducing anxiety levels. and helps to sleep well But eating it for a long time without boiling the bitterness can cause damage to the liver and kidneys.

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Boil the flowers to a minimum of bitterness. then bring to cassia curry

Information UFABET Herbs Column