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The Benefits of Oat Straw

Oat straw can provide a variety of benefits for your health. Keep reading to find out how you can incorporate it into your lifestyle to enjoy its positive effects.

You're probably familiar with the type of oats that you consume in your morning bowl of oatmeal, but oats are also great for other purposes besides satisfying your hunger. Oat straw may be able to provide a variety of health benefits, including boosting energy and libido while possibly reducing anxiety. Let's take a closer look at some of the ways that oat straw might improve your health.

What Oat Straw Is
Oat straw comes from the whole green oat plant, and it's known by the scientific name Avena sativa. The whole plant includes the leaves and stems, which are dried, chopped and used in myriad forms for medicinal purposes. Oat straw can be purchased in a hay form, and it also comes in a liquid extract, powder form or capsules.

Various Benefits of Oat Straw
Oat straw has been used for a variety of purposes that can contribute to better health, including:

By expanding the arteries in your brain, and therefore allowing more blood flow and increasing brain function, oat straw may be able to help raise your energy levels, according to Dr. Oz.

Increased blood flow to the brain can also contribute to your mental focus and alertness. According to several studies, oat straw can increase certain brainwaves and nitric oxide while inhibiting cytokine production in artery walls, which is involved with inflammation.

Oat straw may be able to provide relief from itchy skin when applied topically, and it can provide positive effects for strengthening your nails. Bathing in the soothing antipruritic properties of oat straw can help soothe irritated skin, and the high silica content found in oat straw can improve both skin and nails.

Traditionally, oat straw has been used to treat anxiety and promote relaxation, as it is part of a group of nerve tonics, or "nervines." However, oat straw's effectiveness for this purpose has not been sufficiently studied or verified.

How to Use Oat Straw
As an energy booster and stress relief product, Dr. Oz recommends adding a little oat straw extract to your morning coffee or breakfast juice. In addition, taking oat straw in capsule form can be a good way to promote optimum health for your nails, brain function, focus and libido. Chopped oat straw can also be boiled and added to a warm bath for you to soak in and help alleviate skin itchiness.

We hope you enjoyed reading about the multiple ways that oat straw can enhance your health. Have a great day, and come back tomorrow for more health news!

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