Antistress Valerian – The Sedative of Nature
“Active ingredients: Valerian”
It is a shrub that reaches a height of 1-15 meters and its base is velvety and simple. The leaves grow in contrast to the winged form. Its flowers are white with pink hues and bloom in mid-summer. Its roots have a strong odor. The word “valere” means health or strength and refers to the therapeutic use of the plant. Valerian has been used for over 1,000 years and is known worldwide for its ability to relax the central nervous system and promote feelings of calmness for mild sleep and decreased nervous overexertion, as well as reduce anxiety and stress levels. It acts as a balancing agent in the central Nervous System, calmingly in a state of disturbance, stimulating in conditions of extreme fatigue. It has anti-hypertensive action, relaxes the muscular lining of the gastrointestinal tract and facilitates the flow of bile. As a mild sedative, valerian should be taken 30-45 minutes before bedtime.
Although some studies have suggested that valerian improves sleep quality mainly in “normal” patients and not so much in patients with chronic problems, other studies have shown a clear improvement in sleep quality (44% of patients) and its duration (89). % of patients), and in patients with severe insomnia.
As a mild sedative, valerian should be taken 30-45 minutes before bedtime.
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Nervous hypertension
- Menstruation pains
Ingredients: Valerian root extract 6:1 (0,4% Valerian acids), Standarised plant extract 08%, Isovaleric equivalent to 500mg of herb powder, Starch maize, Cellulose caps.
No Sugar / No Iodine / No Gluten / No Preservatives / No Starch / No Lactose
No Artificial Colors & Fragrances / No Yeast / No Salt / No Animal Ingredients
Suitable for diabetics
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