Top five foods and suppliments to introduce into your diet to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, sleeplessness and inflammation.

Firstly though, can you relate to the below?

  • I struggle to fall asleep and wake frequently.
  • I think a lot about why I do the things I do.
  • I show little interest in things I used to enjoy.
  • I have difficulty swallowing or have a ‘lump in throat’ feeling.
  • I feel tense and on edge.
  • I feel fearful and tearful for no reason.
  • I dwell on things people have said and it worries me.
  • I feel symptoms are heightened during my menstrual cycle (female).
  • I get numbness and tingling feelings, for example on my hands and feet.
  • Excessive bloating, burping and indigestion following meals.

If you can relate to many of these statements, then it seems you are struggling to keep anxiety at bay currently. You may take medications (prescription and non-prescription) to manage your symptoms and have great people surrounding you, supporting you. But alas, the feelings continue to creep up on you, appearing at any time.

Good News!! There are additional ways you can start to manage these symptoms with effective anxiety management. This involves one other significant factor:


If you haven’t tried tweaking what you eat, and which supplements you take then you may be missing an important opportunity to beat back your anxiety.
Top 5 foods and supplements to introduce to your diet to reduce anxiety and aid sleep.


Condihemps ‘Spicy One’ Raw Curry Piri Piri paste (VE)

Turmeric has been linked to treating anxiety, depression and more due to it boosting serotonin and dopamine levels. Research has suggested it may be just as effective as Prozac with far fewer side effects.

If you’d like to try turmeric in a curry with the added benefits on organic CBD oils, then many of our raw curry pastes could really help with your anxiety management.

Cinnamon is also a key ingredient in many curries, this also can help with symptoms of inflammation.


Vitamins and food supplements that combat feelings of anxiety and low mood are:

  • Vitamin D Often referred to as ‘the happy hormone’ and can also aid restful sleep. It does this by supporting the adrenal glands which reduces stress and anxiety.
  • Vitamin B Complex Supports the adrenal glands and helps manage serotonin levels.
  • Magnesium Helps with brain function, specifically the functions that reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Valerian Root Naturally combat sleeplessness and aids unbroken sleep.
  • CBD Oils CBD is derived from the hemp plant and can be used to help ease many symptoms including anxiety, sleep issues and inflammation. One of natures best healers.


Condihemps Hot Chocolate Spoons | Condihemps Dark Chocolate Brownies

Dark chocolate contains flavanols, which are antioxidants that can benefit brain function. They do this by improving blood flow to the brain and promoting its ability to adapt to stressful situations.

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Condihemps Brekkie pots

Chia seeds contain hyptophen, an amino acid that triggers the release of serotonin in the brain and promotes feelings of calmness and sometimes sleepiness.

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Brazil nuts are high in selenium. Selenium may improve mood by reducing inflammation, which is often at heightened levels when someone has a mood disorder like anxiety.