It’s no secret that some children are allergic to certain herbs, and the list goes on and on.
But when it comes to kids, a new study suggests the safest herbal medicines may not be the ones we’ve heard about.
It found some children have been shown to benefit from herbs that are commonly used by adults and children.
A review of more than 10,000 herbs found that about half of the herbs are safe to use by children.
That includes one herb known as “herbal sleep” that can be used to relax children who are anxious and can reduce anxiety.
It also includes a medicinal herb known called “herb of the day” that helps treat pain.
The report, published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, found that herbal sleep pills and herbal pain pills have been studied for years.
They’re effective treatments for children with severe pain, according to the report.
But many of the studies have not included young children, the authors wrote.
That’s because researchers don’t know if children can tolerate the medicines.
“It’s a question that needs to be answered,” said Dr. Amy Cavanaugh, an associate professor at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
“We need to have a more in-depth understanding of what works and what doesn’t work for young children.”
Cavanaugh, who is a child neurologist, said it’s important for parents to discuss the use of their child’s medicine with their doctor.
“They’re the ones that have the knowledge and experience to decide what is best for their child,” she said.
The researchers also asked people to rank which herbs were most likely to help with symptoms, anxiety, depression, and more.
About two-thirds of the participants said they were likely to use a medicine that helped with symptoms or anxiety.
Another quarter said they’d take an herb to treat depression.
But the herbs were not the only ones listed as safe to take by children, said Dr., an associate clinical professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
It’s possible that the researchers didn’t include all the herbs that have been tested.
The most common herbs found in children were the following:The study did not examine the benefits of other herbs or the potential harms of herbs.
But the study did show that children who had used herbs had lower levels of cortisol, the stress hormone.
That could mean that kids with cortisol problems were more likely to have problems with sleep, which could worsen the effects of stress.
Other herbs used by children included:Chamomile, dill, rosemary, thyme, rosewater, sage, thymarin, borage, and borage oil.
The study authors noted that they also did not include the most commonly used herbs in children: the “herbs of the moon” and the “scent of the garden.”
That’s the herb that helps children who have an allergy to rosemary.
The authors wrote that their study was limited to herbal remedies for children because they are the most common and effective treatments.
“While herbal medicine may be useful for some children, it’s not the best treatment for all children,” the authors said.
Other herbs that may be helpful include chamomiles, sage and thyme.
They also include rosemary and lavender.