Oatstraw, Green, Organically grown Avena sativa


Oats   ( Avena sativa  ) is organically grown in Poland


 Oats, Oatstraw, Green Oats, 

Cautions please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions.  Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.

No therapeutic claim is made or intended for this product.  Information is for educational purposes only. 

Please Note The combined weight of each individual herb powder will be packed in one bag unless you specify otherwise.  Ie if you order 2x50g, it will be packed as 1 x 100g 


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Actions: Nervine tonic, anti-depressant, nutritive, demulcent,vulnerary.
Oatstraw is one of the most common herbs found in folk medicine. Oatstraw was used as a remedy for treating conditions such as nervous exhaustion, insomnia and over all stress related problems. Teas made from Oatstraw are thought to be a useful for rheumatic conditions along with water retention. Some also believe these natural herbs can help with the withdrawal from tobacco addiction.


This particular medicinal herb is thought to be extremely nutritive and supportive of the body's nervous system. Oatstraw has long been thought of by herbalists to be one of the best herbs to build healthy bones, skin, hair and nails. While not a bona fide aphrodisiac, these dried herbs nourish the nerves and may make tactile sensations more pleasurable.

Oatstraw is commonly used as an herbal remedy for healing the central nervous system, especially during times of extreme stress. These natural herbs have been recommended in instances of nervous debility and exhaustion, especially when associated with depression. Oatstraw once was commonly used in baths as a means for treating insomnia and anxiety, along with a variety of skin conditions, such as burns and eczema.

The high levels of silicon in Avena sativa may help explain why it is thought to be a potent remedy for skin conditions, especially with external applications. The husks of Oatstraw have been used throughout history as pillow and bedding stuffing due to its sedative effect and for its potential health benefits for those with rheumatism.


Ellingwood quoting from King's considered it specific for"spasmodic and nervous disorders, with exhaustion; the nervous debility ofconvalescence, cardiac weakness from nervous exhaustion. In generalneurasthenia it promptly relieves the most unbearable occipital headache." Inaddition he recommends it for the following patholgies: nerve tremors,choreaparalysis agitansepilepsy,convalescencefollowing prostrating disease, palpitations of the heart,nervousheadaches, overworked conditions of brain workers(!), generalprostrationfrom anxiety and worry, nervous dyspepsia,sexual neurasthenia, nervous breakdown and exhaustion.


Combinations: For depression it may be used with Skullcap and Mugwort.