Item #: 9663
Size: 4 fl oz
Valerian Tincture, 4 fl. oz.
Valerian Tincture is a natural, non-habit forming relaxant that assists in relieving muscle tension and supports healthy circulation.
Valerian is indigenous to Europe and western Asia, but it is cultivated in many parts of the world and has become naturalized in portions of North and South America. Valerian may be found in meadowland and grassland, along banks of streams and roads. Valerian blooms from June to September. The plant attains a height of three or four feet. The tiny flowers are white, tinged at the edges with colors ranging from pink to pale purple. Valerian is cultivated in the United States in New Hampshire and Vermont. The crown of flowers are cut off as soon as they begin to appear, allowing the stem and roots more growth. Roots and stems are gathered after the leaves have fallen. Valerian is generally classified as an antispasmodic, or nerve tonic.
Valerian Root (Valeriana officinalis) has traditionally been used as an herbal favorite. Used as a natural relaxant for temporary relief of muscle spasms, tension and stress.
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