You Can’t Have Beer Without Hops, But What About Health?

One of the most underrated plants in history, hops is only seen as the biggest ingredient for beer. What you didn’t know is that hops has been used in traditional remedies for a long time with researched and proven health benefits.

Don’t open the beer just yet…

As you may know, hops, a member of the Cannabaceae (marijuana) family is a perennial climbing vine cultivated worldwide. Its flowers and fruits have many benefits for medicine and food industry. Hops has been used for centuries to preserve and flavor beer adding an aromatic, bitter taste.

Hops for Health

Romans used to eat hop plants just like we eat asparagus today. The plant is used for anxiety, lack of sleep (and other sleep disorders), restlessness, and also to improve appetite.

An easier way to benefit from substances found in hop plants is to use natural supplements containing hops flower powder.

Hops and its’ best friend, valerian (plants) are used together as sleep aid herbs.

Hops is a sleep inducer with great capabilities of fighting anxiety. It is widely used for sedation.

As we said before, don’t buy just yet that 6-pack of beer cans. The secret in hops consumption is moderation. There are no reported side effects when used in moderation.

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