Lemon Balm: is classified as a stimulating nervine, or nerve tonic, and though it has a soothing effect on the nervous system and alleviates anxiety, it is not a simple sedative. Lemon balm is particularly indicated for nervous problems that have arisen from long-standing stress and for anxiety accompanied by headache, sluggishness, confusion, depression, and exhaustion. http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/natural-medicine/herbal-remedies/lemon-balm-herbal-remedies.htm
Passion Flower for Anxiety: Usually considered a good herbal remedy for mild-moderate cases of anxiety in individuals, Passionflower works in treating/controlling the condition and its associated symptoms.
Skullcap plants have been used for many years as a nerve tonic since it provides valuable nutrients to the nervous system and is mildly sedative. It is often used in formulations that help to ease the anxiety associated with withdrawals from substances like alcohol, nicotine, etc. In the garden, it adds a brilliant boost of color and is generally resistant to most major pests.
Ginseng:has been used to treat a variety of health problems,•Reducing mental stress and anxiety •Increasing mental clarity and alertness •Stimulating the immune and nervous system •Treating diabetes •Preventing the growth of certain types of cancer cells •Lowering cholesterol levels •Improving digestion •Reducing fatigue. While ginseng is a non-toxic herb, excessive and prolonged use of Ginseng can cause insomnia and hypertension.
Passion Flower / Passiflora - Sometimes referred to as nature's tranquilizer, was commonly used by many Native American tribes. It promotes restful sleep, calms nerves and reduces anxiety and agitation. According to the National Institutes of Health, there is little danger of side effects. The few incidents of reported side effects may have been due to impurities. If you decide to try passion flower for yourself, brew tea from the dried plant (organic) rather than buying commercial products.