For the treatment of nervous tension, sleep disorders due to nervous conditions, anxiety, restlessness, cardiovascular complaints associated with menopause and neurosis.
Valerian is most often used to treat insomnia. It can be considered an alternative treatment instead of hypnotic drugs. It is also sometimes used as an alternative for sedatives, such as benzodiazepines.
In addition to being used for the treatment of insomnia and other sleep disorders, Valerian has also been used to treat anxiety and gastrointestinal pain caused by irritable bowel syndrome. It has also been used in alternative medicine to treat symptoms such as nervous tension, excitability, and stress, as well as intestinal colic or cramps and as a muscle relaxant.
The herb is native to Europe and parts of Asia.
Contains dry extract of valerian root, valerian acid, borneol, and valerian alkaloids hatinin and others. The essential oil contains ester of borneol and isovalerianic acid.
3-5 times a day after food. No more than 6 tablets a day. No more than 3 tablets at once.
Manufacturer: Panacea 2001