Cinnamon is a favorite herb to stir into cocoa to revive numb fingers and toes after an afternoon of snowman building. That famous effect is thanks, in a large part, to the organic compound cinnamaldehyde.
Herbalists rely on the leonurine in motherwort to help people with rapid heart beat, nerve pain, anxiety and depression.
Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata) is a nervine, anti-inflammation agent, analgesic and a sedative. It largely has iridoid glycosides to thank for its effect on the nervous system.
Reishi has a wide variety of constituents but the over 150 different triterpenoids primarily found in the mushroom's fruiting body is of the most interest currently.
Once relegated to Asian cuisine aisle in the marketplace, burdock is regaining interest in the West for it's capacity to act as a fortifying tonic.
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) is an herb commonly used for its anxiolytic (anxiety/panic reducing) effects.