As an avid fan of homeopathic remedies, I've curated a small list of the herbs and plants that you need to start using.
Lavender is super calming and can help you relax. If you can't find fresh or dried lavender, try to find a lavender tea, or hand soap and air freshener with lavender in it.
Aloe is great for skin. It soothes bug bites, sunburn, itches, and is very hydrating. An aloe plant is super low maintenance, and you can just break off a leaf for the healing benefits, but if you're not up for plants, find an aloe gel or lotion with aloe and your skin will thank you.
Chamomile helps induce sleep. Try to find a tea with chamomile to drink before bedtime, and you'll likely find yourself sleeping better.
Mint is very refreshing. Both spearmint and peppermint help create energy and also help with memory and retention of thoughts. If you can find fresh mint at the supermarket, you can add it to your water and other beverages. If not, Mint tea is a great option, which can even settle an upset stomach. In a pinch, try chewing mint gum while studying or in class. Lip balms with peppermint are especially good for healing chapped lips because the mint provides increased blood flow to the area, promoting healing.
Eucalyptus is also energizing and can help pick you up during a mid day lull. Try a shower gel with eucalyptus for the morning, or a lotion to keep in your bag or in your desk.
Ginger helps settle upset stomachs. Try a ginger tea or cooking with ginger root. There are also ginger chews for people with frequent indigestion.
Rosemary is another great energizer. Add this to your water as well for a boost during the day.