Valerian Root Capsule 100% Organic Herb
Valerian has been used to ease insomnia, anxiety, and nervous restlessness since the second century A.D. It became popular in Europe in the 17th century. It has also been suggested to treat stomach cramps. Some research — though not all — suggests that valerian may help people with insomnia. German Commission E validated valerian as an effective mild sedative, and the United States Food and Drug Administration listed valerian as “Generally Recognized As Safe” (GRAS).
Valerian is a perennial plant native to Europe and commonly grows to 2 feet tall. It’s commonly potted to adorn gardens and grows wild in damp grasslands. Roughly circular stems, topped by umbrella-like heads, are characteristic of the plant. Its dark green leaves are pointed at the tips, and its hairy, small roots smell sweet. Small, sweet-smelling white, light purple, or pink flowers bloom in June. The fresh root is light brownish and has little odor.
Potential benefits of valerian root
Some research suggests that valerian root may allow benefits in certain conditions.
Menstrual issues: Those who have premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or are dealing with painful menstruation can benefit from valerian. A study found valerian improved PMS’s physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms.
Restless Legs Syndrome: In 2009, a clinical study in people suffering from restless legs syndrome found that consuming 800 mg of valerian daily improved symptoms and eliminated daytime sleepiness.
What’s It Made Of?
The stem of the flowering plant is used by medical sciences and pressed into fresh juice or freeze-dried to make powder.
How to Take valerian root capsule?
Valerian can be made into a tea to take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours before bedtime, or up to 3 more times throughout the day, with the last dose taken near bedtime. It may take a few weeks before you feel its effects.
Preliminary research suggests that valerian may improve concentration and impulsivity among children. DO NOT give valerian to a child without talking to your physician first.
Valerian is generally regarded as safe. More evidence is needed on its safety, but experts believe gravid and lactating women should avoid consuming valerian.
For example, a 2020 review of valerian s safety and effectiveness in sleep and associated disorders found that none of the 60 studies reported severe adverse effects.
Herbs have been used for centuries as a traditional means to strengthen and cure illness. However, some herbs may interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications, causing side effects. For these reasons, herbs should not be taken without the guidance of a physician.
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|Net Quantity||2 Oz|
|Item Package Weight||2 Oz|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Material Feature||Organic,Certified, Non Irradiated|
|Product Certification||USDA Certified Organic|