Valerian Herbal tea is made from the root of the plant. It’s perfect for people who struggle falling asleep and it will also help you to experience the uninterrupted sleep we all crave. Valerian has a strong and characteristic smell.
Valerian has been used as a medicinal plant for over 2000 years. It is most regularly used as a sleep aid. Some people find it useful when withdrawing from using pharmaceutical sleeping pills. The herb is also used to calm anxiety and hysteria. Adding valerian to your bath water can help with restlessness and anxiety. The Chinese have also used the herb to heal injuries and treat menses as they define the herb as being able to also ease pain and stop bleeding.
Most often it can be found on the banks of water, wet meadows and in moist forests. Other names used for this plant include garden valerian, garden heliotrope, setwall and all-heal.
How To Use Valerian Root
Take 50g Valerian Root and pour 200ml of dry white wine. Leave to macerate for about 30 days. Then filter, pour into a bottle. Drink 10 drops (preferably in the morning, on an empty stomach).
Valerian: Calms the Mind, Stop Bleeding, Moves Blood, Alleviates Pain, Tranquilizes: Calms Palpations.
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This article is not intended to diagnose or assess. The information provided is not to be considered a substitute for consultation with a qualified health care practitioner.